The news became "official" this week, as Turner and Fox announced the acquisition of the TV rights to Argentine football.
"We are very happy to have acquired such a complete rights package, which represents the best in Argentine soccer and we promise to provide our audience across the country with a completely new experience in terms of football," said Whit Richardson, president of Turner Latin America.
In addition, Fox announced the launch of FOX Sports Premium in Argentina, a new offer to provide major First Division matches, live.
Available for all pay TV subscribers starting in August, FOX Sports Premium will be a high-quality experience with 24 hours of programming devoted exclusively to soccer, with new original productions covering debates, analysis and news, and the most renowned local talents and specialists.
"We are very proud to be able to offer something that will provide added value and more visibility to national soccer. FOX Sports Premium seeks to bring back the magic of Argentine football, so every fan can enjoy the passion of the games with the highest levels of production in the region, cutting-edge technology, the best journalists and specialists," said Hernán Donnari, COO of Fox Sports Latam.
"The acquisition of the First Division rights to Argentine soccer and the launch of FOX Sports Premium Argentina strengthen our commitment and position as FOX Networks Group Latin America in Argentina and all of Latin America. We are thankful to the AFA for trusting our company in the task of taking this content to Argentine fans," said Carlos Martínez, President of FOX Networks Group Latin America.