LaLiga+ (formerly LaLigaSportsTV), the official streaming service of Spanish soccer’s top-tier LaLiga, has secured exclusive domestic rights to the Copa Libertadores, South America’s premier club competition.

The platform’s coverage will begin from the round of 16 stage in early August.

The competition can be seen live with an international football package on LaLiga+.

In addition to live matches, the service will offer highlights and exclusive content from the Libertadores such as interviews, reports, and videos. 

From August, the streaming platform will also show the qualifiers for the second-tier Copa Sudamericana and the Conmebol Recopa, contested between the winners of the Libertadores and Sudamericana.

Spanish sports rights and production agency Mediapro is responsible for the production and distribution of the Libertadores after renewing its contract at the beginning of the year until 2026. 

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There will be particular Spanish interest in the competition after LaLiga giants Real Madrid recently signed 16-year-old Brazilian Endrick (pictured) from Palmeiras, while Barcelona have snapped up 18-year-old Vitor Roque from Athletico Paranaense.  

Earlier this month (July), LaLiga+ added the Concacaf Gold Cup, the men’s national teams tournament in North America, South America, and the Caribbean, and Brazilian soccer's Brasileirão, to its service.

The service also shows Asia’s AFC Champions League continental clubs competition.

­LaLiga+ launched as LaLigaSportsTV in 2019, offering free live streaming of a range of domestic sports events with different sport-specific channels.

It was made available on Android TV in 2020, adding to its existing availability via tablets, mobile phones, and smart TVs.

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