Conmebol makes official the TV rights to Copa Libertadores and Copa Sudamericana

The Council of the South American Soccer Confederation (Conmebol) approved the allocation of TV rights for competitions for the 2019-2022 season, including the Copa Libertadores and the Copa Sudamericana.
As already announced in October, Facebook will broadcast the Copa Liberadores next year. The social network bought the exclusive rights of Thursday night matches, while the matches on Tuesdays or Wednesdays will be available simultaneously with Fox Sports for the Spanish-speaking countries of Conmebol.
Sport TV (Globosat) has the rights to games on Tuesday / Wednesday on pay TV in Brazil together with Fox Sports. Globo will broadcast games on Tuesdays or Wednesdays in FTA TV.
The final will be available on Globo and Fox Sports for Brazil, and Facebook and Fox Sports for South America in Spanish-speaking countries.
For its part, the Copa Sudamericana will be available for Latin America on DirecTV, as it was alredy announced by the operator. In Bolivia and Paraguay, where it has no operations, DirecTV will sub-license rights to pay-TV or FTA channels. In Brazil, this tournament will be available through the OTT service DAZN, which will officially launch in March 2019 in that country.