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Vasco joins Grupo União and strengthens the future of Brazilian football

Last Thursday, the Basque took an important step by signing a contract with the American investment fund Serengeti and the Brazilian investment manager Life Capital Partners (LCP). These investors were attracted by the strong footballan initiative aimed at creating a future league.

The club followed the same strategy adopted by Botafogo, Coritiba and Cruzeiro. Although the contracts with investors are similar to those signed by the clubs that make up Forte Futebol, these four teams chose not to join the group. Instead, they decided to adopt a center position and called themselves the “Grupo União”.

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This choice demonstrates the search for greater autonomy and the possibility of making independent decisions within the Brazilian football scenario. By coming together, these clubs aim to strengthen their position in the market and seek joint solutions to the challenges faced by the sport.

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With Vasco’s entry into this select group, it is believed that the voice of these teams will gain even more weight in discussions and negotiations related to the future of national football. The strengthening of these partnerships and the search for financially sustainable alternatives can represent an important advance for the clubs involved and, possibly, for the sport as a whole.

A strategy devised by John Textorcontroller of the SAF of Botafogo, was the signing of contracts with the same investors as Forte Futebol, however, without officially joining the group. This approach was adopted with the intention of facilitating the persuasion of other clubs in the Brazilian League to join the investors, through a speech of unity.


Liga Forte announcement through its social networks. (Photo: reproduction/LFFB/Instagram)

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The agreement involves the sale of the clubs’ commercial rights relating to the Brazilian championship, for a period of 50 years. Investors undertake to pay an amount of up to BRL 4.85 billion, and, in exchange, they will receive 20% of future revenues during the entire duration of this partnership.

This strategy seeks to consolidate a scenario in which the clubs involved can achieve financial stability and sustainable growth over time. The expectation is that the adhesion of more teams to the investors’ proposal will further strengthen the collective position and increase the attractiveness of the project as a whole.

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The approach of forming a “Union Group” allows these clubs to retain some autonomy while benefiting from the resources and support offered by investors. This strategic approach can pave the way for a more collaborative model among Brazilian clubs, enabling a significant advance in the management and development of national football.

Featured photo: Vasco signed this Thursday with investors from Forte Futebol. Playback/Site Super Vasco

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Vasco joins Grupo União and strengthens the future of Brazilian football

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