The Copa América, South America’s biggest football tournament, heads to Brazil for the first time in 30 years with Chile looking to be crowned champions for the third time in a row. Regardless of where you are on the planet, our guide below for getting a Copa América 2019 live stream will ensure you don’t miss a kick.
While the hosts will be missing talisman Neymar, the tournament won’t be short of big name stars from across the continent, with Argentina’s Lionel Messi, his Barcelona teammate Luis Suárez and Brazilian/Liverpudlian Roberto Firmino all due to set to be in action.
Having failed to mirror his trophy-laden club career with Barcelona on the international stage, all eyes will be on Lionel Messi to once again attempt to end his tournament hoodoo and lead Argentina to some silverware. His country are a long overdue some glory in the competition having not won the Copa América since 1989.
Despite having won the competition twice on the spin, Chile come into the tournament way down the list of favourites according to Betfair, thanks to an ageing side and star player Alexis Sánchez struggling for form at Manchester United.
After recent tournament disappointments, Brazil will be looking to gain ground on their great South American rivals Argentina who have lifted the trophy 14 times in comparison to the samba stars eight triumphs in the Copa America. A major plus for the hosts will be home advantage – they’ve won the tournament on the four previous occasions that they’ve held it.
If you want to know where you’ll be able to watch every single match, we’ll tell you exactly where you can catch them online with our 2019 Copa América live stream guide.
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How to watch the 2019 Copa América 2019 from outside your country
Below we have a full rundown of your viewing options for the 2019 Copa América in different countries – check out how to watch in the US (where ESPN+ will be streaming the tournament in its entirety), the UK, Canada and Australia.
The problems start when you try to watch your domestic coverage online while out of the country. Give it a go and you’ll quickly find your stream in geo-blocked.
That’s super annoying, but not unavoidable. We’ve found that using a Virtual Private Network – or VPN – to be a handy solution. You select a server in your home country and then watch as if you were sat back at home on your couch.
How to watch the Copa América: US live stream
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2019 Copa América fixtures
Saturday 15th June
Brazil v Bolivia (1:30am BST)
Venezuela v Peru (8:00pm
Argentina v Colombia (11:00pm BST)
Sunday 16th June
Paraguay v Qatar (8:00pm),
Uruguay v Ecuador (11:00pm BST)
Tuesday 18th June
Japan v Chile (00:00am BST)
Bolivia v Peru (10:30pm BST)
Wednesday 19th June
Brazil v Venezuela (1:30am BST)
Colombia v Qatar (10:30pm)
Thursday 20th June
Argentina v Paraguay (1:30am BST)
Friday 21st June
Uruguay v Japan (00:00am BST)
Saturday 22nd June
Ecuador v Chile (00:00am BST)
Peru v Brazil (8:00pm)
Bolivia v Venezuela (8:00pm BST)
Sunday 23rd June
Qatar v Argentina (8:00pm)
Colombia v Paraguay (8:00pm BST)
Tuesday 25th June
Chile v Uruguay (00:00am BST)
Ecuador v Japan (00:00am BST)
Friday 28th June
Group A winner v Group B/C third place (1:30am BST)
Group A runner-up v Group B runner-up (8:00pm BST)
Saturday 29th June
Group B winner v Group C runner-up (0:00am BST)
Group C winner v Group A/B third place (8:00pm BST)
Wednesday 3rd July
QF1 winner v QF2 winner (1:30am BST)
Thursday 4th July
QF3 winner v QF4 winner (1:30am BST)
Saturday 6th July
SF1 loser v SF2 loser (8:00pm BST)
Sunday 7th July
SF1 winner v SF2 winner (9pm)
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