Copa Libertadores final moved from Santiago to Lima by CONMEBOL
One-leg final clash between River Plate of Argentina and Brazil's Flamengo remains scheduled for November 23, but it will now take place in Peru's capital instead of Santiago's Estadio Nacional stadium.
Chile has been in political turmoil for almost 20 days since demonstrations began last month after the government announced a hike in subway fares. The protests have expanded to include demands over education, health services and economic inequality.
Many protesters scheduled a demonstration for the day of the final, in another attempt to force Chilean President Sebastián Piñera to resign.
Argentinian and Brazilian football executives also took part of the meeting in Asunción.
Last year, the deciding Copa Libertadores game between River and archrivals Boca Juniors had to be moved to Madrid because of violent incidents in Buenos Aires. River won 3-1 at Real Madrid's Santiago Bernabéu stadium.
Thousands of match tickets had already been sold and hotel reservations made before the protests began.