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CONCACAF Enters Media and Content Partnership

CONCACAF Enters Media and Content Partnership

North American football’s governing body, CONCACAF, has agreed a deal with OneFootball, giving the media outlet rights to CONCACAF news and content.

The partnership will see OneFootball publish CONCACAF’s editorial content, as well as match commentary and statistics for both national and club competitions.

OneFootball will offer English and Spanish language options, taking North America’s best football to the 100 million OneFootball users worldwide.

CONCACAF have finalised the partnership in time for a lucrative 2023 schedule, including the CONCACAF Champions League, the Nations League Finals and the Gold Cup.

Commenting on the potential of the deal, CONCACAF chief commercial officer, Heidi Pellerano, said: “This strategic agreement with OneFootball allows us to continue our digital expansion globally, bringing content from our member associations directly to our fans across the globe.”

“This content sharing deal will provide us with a greater platform for our major tournaments such as the Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League, the Nations League and the men’s and women’s Gold Cups.”

“It will also help us continue the long-term international growth and commercial expansion that we’ve been experiencing as excitement builds ahead of the FIFA World Cup 2026, which will be held across three of our member nations.”

“We’re hugely excited to be on board with OneFootball and can’t wait to see the increased engagement with fans,” she concluded.

The agreement follows OneFootball’s expansion into South American football with the CBF.

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