The 22nd edition of the CONMEBOL Libertadores Men’s Futsal 2024 will take place in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Twelve South American clubs will compete for the title in the most exciting tournament on the continent at the Tortuguitas Arena in the Malvinas Argentinas municipality, from Sunday, May 19 to Sunday, May 26, 2024.

San Lorenzo and Central Barracks from Argentina, Moral Ghosts Moralitos from Bolivia, Cascavel -current two-time champion- and Magnus from Brazil, Santiago Wanderers From Chile, Independent Barranquilla from Colombia, SS Bocca from Ecuador, Cerro Porteño from Paraguay, Panta Walon from Peru, Penarol of Uruguay and Centaurs from Venezuela will represent the ten Member Associations of Conmebol.

In Argentina, the channel that owns the television rights is TyC Sports.

Tickets are only available at the stadium and their value is 1500 pesos for the full day (six games). In addition, the AFA announced that the residents of Malvinas Argentinas will enter for free by presenting your ID with the address of the municipality.

Competition format of the Libertadores de Futsal 2024

The CONMEBOL Libertadores Men’s Futsal 2024 will be played in 2 phases: the Preliminary Phase (Group Phase) and the Final Phase (Quarter, Semifinals, Final and the disputes from 5th to 12th place). All phases will be played in a single round of matches.

In group A there will be Cascavel, Centauros, Cerro Porteño and Barracas Central; in B will be San Lorenzo, Panta Walon, Fantasmas Morales Moralitos and Independiente Barranquilla; while in C were Magnus, Bocca, Peñarol and Santiago Wanderers.

Argentine participation

Two Argentine teams will participate in this edition. San Lorenzo -the only team in the country to be champion of the Libertadores, in 2021- is the current champion of the AFA First Division tournament.

Central Barracks -who has just participated in the last two editions of the tournament- is the champion of the National Futsal League, which was played last March.

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