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Chapocoense have appointed a new coach following the plane crash that killed most of their players and coaching staff.
Barcelona have invited Chapecoense to play at the Nou Camp in the Joan Gamper Trophy next year.
South American football confederation CONMEBOL have awarded the Copa Sudamericana to Chapecoense.
Eidur Gudjohnsen is the latest player to offer to play for Chapecoense following last week's devastating plane crash.
Fans packed into Chapecoense's Arena Conda on Saturday to say goodbye to the 19 players killed in Tuesday's air crash in Colombia.
Supporters of Chapecoense gathered at the club's stadium on Wednesday to honour the players killed in Monday's plane crash.
Chapecoense will not have to play their final match of a tragic season after Atletico Mineiro decided to forfeit the points.
The acting president of Chapecoense says his side's final game of a tragic season could take place as soon as next week with youth players.
Saturday's La Liga clash between Barcelona and Real Madrid will be preceded by a minute's silence for victims of the Colombian air crash.
Brazil's leading clubs have pledged to loan players to Chapecoense for free after the majority of their squad was killed in a plane crash.
A plane carrying members of a Brazilian football team, Chapecoense, has crashed in Colombia, killing 71 people.
Pele and Neymar led tributes to tragic Brazilian side Chapecoense, while English football also paid respects to the plane crash victims.
The son of Chapecoense's manager, who died in the Colombia plane crash, missed the flight as he had forgotten his passport.