Libertadores 2023

Fans already know the schedule for the 2023 Copa Libertadores. The competition, for which 47 teams are defined, will start on February 8 with the qualifiers and the big decision scheduled for November 11.
Brazil continues to be the country with the largest representative in Conmebol Libertadores: with eight (Flamengo, Corinthians, Internacional, Fluminense and Athletico – now in the group stage -, in addition to Atlético-MG and Fortaleza, in Pre-Libertadores.
Which teams compete in Pre-Libertadores 2023?
1st preliminary stage:
National (Paraguay)
El Nacional (Ecuador)
Zamora (Venezuela)
Sport Huancayo (Peru)
Potosi National (Bolivia)
Boston River (Uruguay)
2nd preliminary phase
Atlético-MG
Cerro Porteño (Paraguay)
Sporting Cristal (Peru)
Independiente Medellin (Colombia)
Millionaires (Colombia)
Huracan (Argentina)
Always Ready (Bolivia)
Strength
Catholic University (Ecuador)
Carabobo (Venezuela)
Magallanes (Chile)
United Curicó (Chile)
Deportivo Maldonado (Uruguay)
(Three teams classified from the first phase)

Where to watch Libertadores 2023 games?
For the 2023 edition, Libertadores broadcasting rights were changed. On open television, Rede Globo will be responsible for broadcasting the competition, while on pay-TV, ESPN and SporTV will be responsible. In addition to OneFootball in the app, fans can also stream the competition on Star+ and Paramount+.
OneFootball
In short, the application is a news and data center for anyone who is a fan of the sport and wants to follow everything related to the topic on a daily basis. It is available for free to use and download on Android and iOS.
The basic and original features of the platform include viewing news, scores, comments, lineups and other details about matches from around the world, including less popular championships. You can even select favorite teams or national teams to receive news notifications directly related to those teams.
How can I subscribe?
After downloading and installing Onefootball on your tablet or mobile phone, open the app and select your favorite team and country. So it is already possible to watch a game even without creating an account.
To do so, access the Games item located in the lower menu of the application. Then tap View to find out which matches the app has checked.
Star+
Star+ premiered in Brazil in 2021. Due to Disney’s purchase of Fox, the streaming service began to receive content from ESPN channels, not only with journalistic programs, but also with broadcasts of various football competitions such as: Italian League, French League and Liberators cup .

In addition to football offerings, the service streams live NBA games, fight events with ESPN Knock Out, and other sports coverage.
The Star+ monthly fee is BRL 32.90 or BRL 45.90 when combined with Disney+.
Paramount+
Paramount+ is the latest movie and series streaming service launched in the country in early March. The platform previously integrated into Prime Video has been completely overhauled and now offers one more option to watch your favorite titles in a new environment.

In addition to Libertadores and Sul-Americana, the catalog features successful films and series such as The Godfather, The Office and The Handmaids Tale, the service also features a variety of content from Nickelodeon, MTV, Comedy Central, CBS and even some series Showtime originals like Dexter and Black Monday. There are more than 150 movies and more than 2,000 series episodes in total.

Paramount+ has only a monthly plan with a starting price of R$ 19.90 after a week of free trial. The content of the service can also be accessed through Paramount partners in Latin America such as Amazon Prime Video, Apple, Claro Brasil, Oi. Free Market, Vivo and others.

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