Mediapro, the Spanish media rights and production agency, will once again handle the host broadcast for South American soccer’s 2023 Copa Libertadores Femenina club competition after striking an agreement with the continental governing body Conmebol.

Under the agreement, Mediapro’s Colombia arm will be responsible for producing and broadcasting all 32 games during the tournament, totaling more than 1,800 hours of live content. The competition is currently being held in Bogota and Cali from October 5 to 21.

The agency’s Outside Broadcast units will deploy 11 to 21 high-definition cameras, depending on the stage of the match, including mini-, super-slow, and ultra-slow-motion cameras, significantly enhancing the quality of coverage compared with previous editions of the championship.

The competition will be aired by Pluto TV, the free streaming service owned by international media giant Paramount Global, across Brazil (PlutoTV Esportes) and the wider Latin America region (PlutoTV Deportes).

The FC Diez Media agency handles media and commercial rights for South America’s various club soccer competitions, through a deal running until 2026 struck with the Conmebol governing body for soccer.

This will be the second time Mediapro has acted as the host broadcaster of the Copa Libertadores Feminina after being appointed for the delayed 2020 edition played in Buenos Aires, Argentina from March 5 to 21, 2021.

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That edition was originally awarded to Chile and scheduled to take place between September 25 and October 11, 2020. However, it was postponed by Conmebol due to the Covid-19 pandemic and eventually awarded to Argentina.

The Spanish media group has a long-running relationship with Conmebol. It has produced four consecutive men’s Copa Libertadores competitions and was also responsible for producing and transmitting the Copa America Feminina last year.

Mediapro also has a contract in place with Conmebol to provide Video Assistant Referee (VAR) services for its club competitions through 2026, which includes a total of 1,245 matches in the men’s Copa Libertadores and Copa Sudamericana across 10 South American countries.