Copa America 2021: From groups to schedule - all the details you need to know before kick-off
The Copa America 2021 would be the 47th edition of the Latin American football championship. As Brazil defends the title for the ninth time, we present all the details you need to know before things kick off tonight in Brazil.
The 2021 Copa America is set to light up Latin America, while the UEFA Euro 2020 has already gripped Europe in football fever. Being held in Brazil for the sixth time, the nation is also the nine-time defending champion.
With this being the 47th edition of the oldest continental football tournament, it would once again see ten teams battle it out. In the same light, we present all the details you need to know before it officially kicks off in Brazil on Sunday night.
- Estádio do Maracanã, Rio de Janerio (Capacity: 78,838)
- Estádio Nilton Santos, Rio de Janerio (Capacity: 46,931)
- Estádio Nacional Mané Garrincha, Brasilia (Capacity: 72,788)
- Arena Pantanal, Cuiabá (Capacity: 44,000)
- Estádio Olímpico, Goiânia (Capacity: 13,500)
North Zone: Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela
South Zone: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay
June 14: Brazil vs Venezuela (2.30 AM, Brasilia) and Colombia vs Ecuador (5.30 AM, Cuiaba)
June 15: Argentina vs Chile (2.30 AM, Rio de Janeiro) and Paraguay vs Bolivia (5.30 AM, Goiania)
June 18: Colombia vs Venezuela (2.30 AM, Goiania) and Brazil vs Peru (5.30 AM, Rio de Janeiro)
June 19: Chile vs Bolivia (2.30 AM, Cuiaba) and Argentina vs Uruguay (5.30 AM, Brasilia)
June 21: Venezuela vs Ecuador (2.30 AM, Rio de Janeiro) and Colombia vs Peru (5.30 AM, Goiania)
June 22: Uruguay vs Chile (2.30 AM, Cuiaba) and Argentina vs Paraguay (5.30 AM, Brasilia)
June 24: Ecuador vs Peru (2.30 AM, Goiania) and Brazil vs Colombia (5.30 AM, Rio de Janeiro)
June 25: Bolivia vs Uruguay (2.30 AM, Cuiaba) and Chile vs Paraguay (5.30 AM, Brasilia)
June 28: Ecuador vs Brazil (2.30 AM, Goiania) and Venezuela vs Peru (5.30 AM, Brasilia)
June 29: Uruguay vs Paraguay (2.30 AM, Rio de Janeiro) and Bolivia vs Argentina (5.30 AM, Cuiaba)
July 3: B2 vs A3 (2.30 AM, Goiania) and B1 vs A4 (5.30 AM, Rio de Janeiro)
July 4: A2 vs B3 (3.30 AM, Goiania) and A1 vs B4 (6.30 AM, Brasilia)
July 6: QF1 vs QF2 (4.30 AM, Rio de Janeiro)
July 7: QF3 vs QF4 (6.30 AM, Brasilia)
July 10: SF1 loser vs SF2 loser (3.30 AM, Brasilia)
July 11: SF1 winner vs SF2 winner (5.30 AM, Rio de Janeiro)
Date and day: June 13 - July 11
Host nation: Brazil
Where to watch (TV): Sony Sports Network (Sony Ten 2 - English, Sony Ten 3 - Hindi, Sony Ten 4 - Tamil and Telugu). Also available in HD.
Where to watch (Online): Sony LIV
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