Argentina FA joins forces with OneFootball to create a global content partnership
Argentina FA has joined the OneFootball club, following in the footsteps of the Brazilian FA and Ligue 1. All editorial content published on the AFA website will now be available on the OneFootball website and app. Not only that, but material from OneFootball’s Publisher Network of over 110 premium publishers will be available to fans wherever they are.
OneFootball will oversee all editorial content on the AFA website. This new material will feature the most recent news from Argentina’s national soccer teams, as well as live stats and score updates. There will also be video coverage from Argentina’s National League, which includes world-famous teams like Boca Juniors and River Plate. Finally, as if that wasn’t enough, we’ll see breaking news alerts and push notifications to reach fans all around the world.
Learn the latest in Argentina FA news as they sign a two-year global sponsorship agreement with Bybit.
A deal for digital expansion
This announcement comes after a year in which OneFootball has begun to expand its sports streaming offerings. They recently acquired the rights to nine European leagues, as well as the Indian Super League, through Eleven Sports. This strategic partnership with OneFootball enables them to continue their global digital expansion. As part of this, they are providing fans and the sponsors who support them with a direct communication channel.
Discover the latest OneFootball deals including Bahia signing a global agreement with the digital platform.
This newly formed partnership will certainly result in new and inventive extra releases for all Argentine National Team fans in the near future. Argentina is a football-loving country, so it’s only natural that they’ll be OneFootball’s first full Federation partner in Latin America. Official AFA content will now reach a new audience of young football enthusiasts in Argentina, as well as millions more around the world, thanks to the AFA’s affiliation with the OneFootball network.