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Liga MX TV schedule and streaming links
The Liga MX TV schedule for the most-watched soccer league in the US features games televised across a range of networks. These include Univision, TUDN, UniMas, Telemundo, Universo, FOX Deportes, ESPN+ and ESPN Deportes. Plus games are streamed via several legal streaming services.
From Club America and Chivas de Guadalajara to Santos Laguna and all clubs in between, almost every single Liga MX game is shown live on US television and streaming. The packed stadiums and exciting style of soccer will certainly entertain soccer fans, no matter what language you speak. It’s got a lot to offer, although promotion and relegation from Ascenso MX isn’t happening.
We’re continually updating the Liga MX TV schedule throughout the season, so bookmark the page and keep returning to stay on top of all of the latest listings.
In 2020 and moving forward, Telemundo Deportes acquired the English-language and Spanish-language rights to Chivas home games.
FOX Deportes and FOX Sports share the rights with ESPN Deportes and ESPN+ for home games featuring Monterrey, Santos Laguna and Club Tijuana.
Liga MX Games
Since July 2016, Univision launched 3 live games every Saturday night in primetime in a 6-hour block of Liga MX action. The first game is on Univision Deportes Network, followed by the second and third games on Univision. The name of the Liga MX programming is Sabado Futbolero. Read more details about it.
Starting with the Liga MX’s 2020 Torneo Guardianes that began in July 2020, the league and TUDN have debuted games on Mondays with the debut of Lunes de Fútbol (Soccer Mondays) and telecast live across Univision Networks – Univision, UniMás, and TUDN – and streamed on TUDN.TV and the TUDN app with English-language commentary available via TUDNxtra.
Now that TUDN struck a long-term agreement with Atlético San Luis to telecast their matches, TUDN has the rights to 14 of the 18 Liga MX clubs.
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Liga MX Commentators and Analysts
Coverage of Liga MX’s Guardianes 2021 on TUDN will feature a roster of award-winning sportscasters including:
Game Play by Play and Commentators: Carlos Aguilar, Enrique Bermúdez, Jesús Bracamontes, Aldo Farías, José Luis López Salido, Raúl Pérez, Pablo Ramírez, Andrés Vaca, and Paco Villa
English-language TUDNxtra Play by Play and Commentators: José Hernández, Luis Alberto Martinez, and Ramses Sandoval
Studio Analysts: Enrique Borja, Marc Crosas, Félix Fernández, Kikín Fonseca, Moy Muñoz, Oswaldo Sánchez, Damián Zamogilny, and Iván Zamorano
Studio Hosts: Alejandro Berry, Lindsay Casinelli, Alex de la Rosa, Val Marín, and Adriana Monsalve.
How to watch Liga MX
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League: Liga MX
Looking to watch Liga MX online from your office, home or on the go? If you live in the USA, there are several options to catch all the action.
Liga MX TV schedule
All times Eastern.
Saturday, December 4
10:00 pm EST
León vs. Tigres UANLUnivision, TUDN
Sunday, December 5
08:00 pm EST
Atlas vs. Pumas UNAMUnivision, TUDN
MLS vs. Liga MX All-Stars result, highlights: MLS wins first-ever matchup in penalty shootout
In the first-ever matchup between All-Stars from rival leagues MLS and Liga MX, it was the MLS squad that won bragging rights, taking a penalty-kick shootout 3-2 following a 1-1 draw during regulation.
Liga MX took the lead on a sensational strike by Cruz Azul forward Jonathan "Cabecita" Rodriguez in the first half. MLS equalized on a second half corner-kick header by Jesus Murillo, who scored in front of his LAFC supporters at Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles.
Neither side was able to find the back of the net for the rest of the match, although it was the MLS team that looked most likely to score in the latter stages. The match went straight to penalty kicks after regulation, and in the shootout United States national team goalkeeper Matt Turner came up with two saves as Liga MX only converted two of their five spot kicks. Turner, who was named the best goalkeeper at the CONCACAF Gold Cup, won the game's MVP award.
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It was 18-year-old All-Star Ricardo Pepi who won the shootout for MLS, converting the fifth and final attempt.
Pepi, an FC Dallas forward and product of the club's academy, is also set to earn his first-ever USMNT call-up for World Cup qualifying on Thursday, according to a report by Fox Sports analyst Stu Holden.
The match adds to an increasing number of showdowns between not only MLS and Liga MX, but also the U.S. and Mexican national teams. Just this summer, the United States won two major finals against Mexico's senior team (Nations League and Gold Cup). On the club level, Liga MX has the upper hand so far on MLS in the CONCACAF Champions League and Leagues Cup. The Philadelphia Union and Seattle Sounders are MLS's only hope when it comes to both those competitions. The champions of both leagues — Columbus Crew (MLS) and Cruz Azul (Liga MX) — will face off in a single-game Campeones Cup on Sept. 29 in Columbus.
MLS vs. Liga MX final score
LMX: Jonathan 'Cabecita' Rodriguez (Jorge Sanchez) — 21st minute
MLS: Jesus Murillo (Eduard Atuesta) — 53rd minute
(All times Eastern)
Penalty kick shootout (MLS wins 3-2 in PK shootout)
Rd 5 — MLS: And Ricardo Pepi scores!!! MLS wins it on the final kick! (LMX 2, MLS 3)
Rd 5 — Liga MX: Luis Romo scores and ties it up for Liga MX. (LMX 2, MLS 2)
Rd 4 — MLS: Nani skies it! Liga MX with hope! (LMX 1, MLS 2)
Rd 4 — Liga MX: Turner blocks another shot by Salvador Reyes! (LMX 1, MLS 2)
Rd 3 — MLS: Eduard Atuesta what are you doing? He went for the finesse shot and Nahuel stopped it (LMX 1, MLS 2)
Rd 3 — Liga MX: Erik Lira skies it! Terrible kick! (LMX 1, MLS 2)
Rd 2 — MLS: Daniel Salloi scores his penalty. No shot for Nahuel (LMX 1, MLS 2)
Rd 2 — Liga MX: Rogelio Funes Mori's shot is stopped by Matt Turner! (LMX 1, MLS 1)
Rd 1 — MLS: Damir Kreilach also scores down the middle (LMX 1, MLS 1)
Rd 1 — Liga MX: Rubens Sambueza is up first, and scores down the middle (LMX 1, MLS 0)
Stand by for a kick-by-kick rundown of the penalties as they happen.
Regulation: MLS All-Stars 1, Liga MX All-Stars 1
92nd min.: And that's it! We're heading to penalty kicks. It's Liga MX 'keeper Nahuel Guzman up against PK specialist Matt Turner.
90th min.: MLS's Daniel Salloi with a header that's wide of the target. It wasn't strong enough to cause any danger. Pepi chased it down, but it goes out of play. We're into the two minutes of stoppage time.
87th min.: Yellow card! It's Luis Romo getting cautioned for shoving Sebastian Lletget in the back for no reason at all! Liga MX players don't seem happy to be going to penalty kicks.
85th min.: MLS's Ricardo Pepi fires from 30 yards out and Guzman gives up the rebound. Then Pepi gets another shot off, but can't find the target. Penalty kicks just minutes away.
80th min.: Todd Gurley in the house:
79th min.: Liga MX brings on its last two subs — Victor Guzman (for Alexis Vega) and Erik Lira (for Javier Salas).
77th min.: Great play by James Sands to clear a ball off the foot of Rogelio Funes Mori for a corner. Luis Romo's header on the corner is right at goalkeeper Matt Turner.
76th min.: And there's Nani coming on for Quakes youngster Cade Cowell. He has a penchant for dramatic finishes in MLS. Let's see if he finds a way to get it done here. This game could use a spark again.
73rd min.: Bob Bradley confirms that Nani is going to come on to help decide this game. He wants to avoid penalty kicks. The 3252 is having a good time no matter what:
67th min.: A check on the Liga MX lineup (4-3-3): Nahuel — Reyes, Tesillo, Aguilar, Escobar — Sambueza, Salas, Romo — Canelo, Funes Mori, Vega
66th min.: Big block by MLS's Miles Robinson on Alexis Vega and the ball goes out for a corner. That was a dangerous chance for Liga MX. There's a sense the match is heating up at Banc of California.
60th min.: Here's the MLS lineup with the 60th minute changes (4-3-3): Turner — Bello, Robinson, Sands, Araujo — Kreilach, Atuesta, Lletget — Salloi, Pepi, Cowell.
53rd min.: Reminder that it goes straight to penalty kicks if the teams are deadlocked after 90 minutes.
53rd min.: Goal MLS! After a great combination by Cowell and Salloi leads to an MLS corner kick, LAFC center back Jesus Murillo heads home the Atuesta corner kick in front of his home supporters. We're tied up at 1-1.
50th min.: Ricardo Pepi, who's on the field as an 18-year-old to start the second half for the MLS All-Stars, is about to have himself a memorable day tomorrow:
46th min.: Second half is underway. Tons of changes on both sides.
Halftime: MLS All-Stars 0, Liga MX All-Stars 1
Halftime: It was a first half of spurts and Liga MX was the most dangerous on their moments, a sign of the quality on that team. The MLSers were dependent on Lucas Zelarayan to start and then Gustavo Bou, but those two didn't get much help. It'll have to be Nani, Ricardo Pepi or Daniel Salloi to help the MLS team get an equalizer in the second half.
45th min.: Moments after Fernando Gorriaran barely misses the target, it's Bou again on the other end creating havoc but his ball into the Liga MX box crosses the face of the goal. No teammates in proximity.
41st min.: And on the other end of the field Andre Blake makes a great stop, diving to take the ball off the feet of Santi Gimenez who was running in on goal. Great play by the veteran.
40th min.: And Bou again for MLS, but the ball gets away from him as he was breaking in on goal! He couldn't take advantage of a giveaway and Talavera scoops it up.
38th min.: Gustavo Bou with the cleanest shot of the first half for the MLS team so far. But it doesn't trouble Talavera.
30th min.: SUBS — MLS is beating Liga MX in the subs department. Five changes: Rodolfo Pizarro (for Zelarayan), Cade Cowell (Ruidiaz), Kai Wagner (Nouhou), Jesus Murillo (for Yeimar) and goalkeeper Andre Blake (Pedro Gallese).
28th min.: SUBS — First three subs from the Liga MX side: Alfredo Talavera in for Ochoa in goal, Orbelin Pineda in for Angel Mena and Santi Gimenez comes in for Ibanez at forward.
22nd min.: The goal came against the run of play. Team MLS was probing, but it never actually threatened the Liga MX side.
21st min.: Goal for Liga MX! Cross comes in from the right and Cabecita Rodriguez takes it down expertly off his chest and fires home. Classy goal.
11th min.: The homophobic chant is heard coming from the stands and the referee Armando Villarreal immediately holds up play. The players are at the center circle waiting for his cue to restart. The action resumes after about a minute.
8th min.: Seconds later Jorge Sanchez clears a sure MLS goal off the line! What an acrobatic play! MLS's Diego Rossi robbed!
7th min.: Fans want a penalty kick called for a foul in the MLS box on Liga MX's Diego Valdes, but the ref rules that he was the one who committed a handball.
3rd min.: The Univision reporter says that each player on the Liga MX side will get 25 minutes in this game.
1st min.: We're off! Liga MX kicks off and the first foul comes after 45 seconds! Gustavo Bou committed the infraction.
9:36 p.m.: Up-close look at the helicopter flyover:
9:32 p.m.: Teams are out and we're getting both national anthems.
9:20 p.m.: Scenes from the pregame ceremonies:
9:17 p.m.: An injury kept LAFC's Carlos Vela out of the game, but he's at his home stadium and in an interview with TUDN, confirming he's in the last year of his contract with the MLS club and could return to Europe:
9:09 p.m.: Wow. Liga MX starting with Cabecita Rodriguez, Mena and Ibanez up top and they have the likes of Funes Mori and Alexis Canelo coming off the bench. "We're going to win" is the translation of one of the lines in this tweet:
9:08 p.m.: Diego Rossi getting the start for the MLS All-Stars in place of Cade Cowell:
8:30 p.m.: A reminder that Seattle's Cristian Roldan will be captaining the MLS All-Stars against Liga MX. Cool night for him. He'll also get to share the field with his brother and fellow Sounder, Alex Roldan:
MLS-Liga MX player rosters
With 27-man rosters on both sides, expect both teams to use their full squad with unlimited substituted permitted for the match.
MLS coach Bob Bradley (LAFC) will be able to select from a 27-man roster of MLS talents:
Goalkeepers (3): 26-Andre Blake (Philadelphia Union), 1-Pedro Gallese (Orlando City), 30-Matt Turner (New England Revolution)
Defenders (10): 2-Julian Araujo (LA Galaxy), 3-George Bello (Atlanta United), 28-Yeimar Gomez Andrade (Seattle Sounders), 94-Jesus Murillo (LAFC), 5-Nouhou Tolo (Seattle Sounders), 12-Miles Robinson (Atlanta United), 13-Alex Roldan (Seattle Sounders), 16-James Sands (NYCFC), 27-Kai Wagner (Philadelphia Union), 25-Walker Zimmerman (Nashville SC)
Midfielders (7): 20-Eduard Atuesta (LAFC), 8-Damir Kreilach (Real Salt Lake), 18-Sebastian Lletget (LA Galaxy), 6-Joao Paulo (Seattle Sounders), 15-Rodolfo Pizarro (Inter Miami), 23-Cristian Roldan (Seattle Sounders), 11-Lucas Zelarayan (Columbus Crew)
Forwards (7): 7-Gustavo Bou (New England Revolution), 44-Cade Cowell (San Jose Earthquakes), 17-Nani (Orlando City), 24-Ricardo Pepi (FC Dallas), 21-Diego Rossi (LAFC), 9-Raul Ruidiaz (Seattle Sounders), 19-Daniel Salloi (Sporting Kansas City)
Liga MX All-Stars
The coach for the Liga MX squad is Juan Reynoso of reigning Mexican champs Cruz Azul, and he'll have six of his own players to choose from on matchnight. The full 27-man squad follows below:
Goalkeepers (3): 1-Nahuel Guzman (Tigres UANL), 13-Guillermo Ochoa (Club America), 12-Alfredo Talavera (Pumas UNAM)
Defenders (9): 23-Pablo Aguilar (Cruz Azul), 17-Kevin Alvarez (Pachuca), 2-Matheus Doria (Santos Laguna), 24-Juan Escobar (Cruz Azul), 34-Victor Guzman (Club Tijuana), 4-Cesar Montes (Monterrey), 26-Salvador Reyes (Club America), 3-Jorge Sanchez (Club America), 6-William Tesillo (Leon)
Midfielders (7): 5-Pedro Aquino (Club America), 11-Fernando Gorriaran (Santos Laguna), 18-Erik Lira (Pumas UNAM), 27-Luis Romo (Cruz Azul), 16-Javier Salas (Puebla), 14-Rubens Sambueza (Toluca), 19-Diego Valdes (Santos Laguna)
Forwards (8): 25-Alexis Canelo (Toluca), 7-Rogelio Funes Mori (Monterrey), 29-Santiago Gimenez (Cruz Azul), 9-Nicolas Ibanez (Pachuca), 15-Angel Mena (Leon), 8-Orbelin Pineda (Cruz Azul), 21-Jonathan Rodriguez (Cruz Azul), 10-Alexis Vega (Chivas Guadalajara)
How to watch MLS vs. Liga MX All-Star Game
- Date: Wed., Aug. 25, 2021
- Time: 9:30 p.m. ET
- TV Channel: FS1
- Spanish-language TV: Univision, TUDN
- Streaming:fuboTV , Fox Sports app, TUDN app, TUDN.tv
- In Canada: TSN, TVA Sports
The 2021 MLS-Liga MX All-Star Game from Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles will be broadcast on FS1 (English) and Univision (Spanish) in the USA. Both networks can be streamed on fuboTV (free 7-day trial) . The match can also be streamed on the Fox Sports app, TUDN app and TUDN.tv, but only for authenticated subscribers.
TSN (English) and TVA Sports (French) will carry the match in Canada.
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2021 Copa América
47th edition of the football championship
International football competition
The 2021 Copa América was the 47th edition of the Copa América, the international men's football championship organised by South America's football ruling body CONMEBOL. The tournament took place in Brazil from 13 June to 10 July 2021. The tournament was originally scheduled to take place from 12 June to 12 July 2020 in Argentina and Colombia as the 2020 Copa América. On 17 March 2020, CONMEBOL announced that due to the COVID-19 pandemic in South America, the tournament had been postponed for a year, in conjunction with UEFA's decision to also postpone UEFA Euro 2020 to 2021. This was the first time since 1991 where no guest nation took part in the tournament.
On 20 May 2021, Colombia was removed as co-host amid ongoing protests against PresidentIván Duque Márquez, and Argentina was then removed on 30 May due to COVID-19 issues. The following day CONMEBOL confirmed Brazil as the new host of the tournament.
Hosts Brazil were the title holders, having won their ninth title in 2019, which they also hosted. Argentina won their fifteenth title after defeating Brazil 1–0 in the final, their first senior title since the 1993 edition of the same tournament. They also equalled Uruguay's overall record of Copa América titles.
In March 2017, CONMEBOL reportedly proposed that the Copa América take place in 2020 as part of a calendar change. Following the 2019 edition in Brazil, the quadrennial tournament would move from odd to even years starting in 2020, with the following edition taking place in Ecuador in 2024. This would move the tournament in line with the UEFA European Championship, which is also held in even years with a 2020 edition taking place. Reports suggested that the United States may host the tournament, having previously held the one-off Copa América Centenario in 2016, which celebrated the centenary of CONMEBOL and the Copa América. On 18 September 2018, plans for a calendar change were confirmed by CONMEBOL president Alejandro Domínguez after submitting an official request to FIFA.
On 26 October 2018 at the FIFA Council meeting in Kigali, Rwanda, the request was approved for the Copa América to take place in even years, starting with the 2020 edition. The tournament was originally scheduled to take place between 12 June and 12 July 2020, the same dates as UEFA Euro 2020.
On 13 March 2019, CONMEBOL announced Argentina and Colombia as co-hosts of the 2020 event after the United States bid was rejected. It was officially announced the same day when CONMEBOL approved of the joint hosting. It was officially awarded on 9 April 2019 at the CONMEBOL Congress in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
On 20 May 2021, due to security concerns amid protests against the government of President Iván Duque Márquez, Colombia was dropped as co-host of the tournament.
Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic
See also: COVID-19 pandemic in South America
In March 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic in South America began impacting football. FIFA announced that the first two rounds of the South American qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup, due to take place in March, were postponed, while CONMEBOL temporarily suspended the Copa Libertadores. On 17 March 2020, CONMEBOL announced that the Copa América would be postponed to the following year, taking place from 11 June to 11 July 2021, in order to protect the health and safety of the teams, media, visitors and host cities. On the following day, the Bureau of the FIFA Council approved the date change in the FIFA International Match Calendar. As a result, the expanded FIFA Club World Cup, which was due to take place in June and July 2020, was rescheduled to 2021.
On 22 May 2021, Argentina went under a nine-day lockdown due to soaring COVID-19 cases, which included the suspension of all domestic football. On 30 May 2021, CONMEBOL announced that due to the current circumstances in the country, Copa América would be pulled from Argentina, and that they were looking at bids from other countries to host the tournament. This reportedly included a bid from the United States, after that bid was initially rejected. It was reported that the Argentine government had made increasing demands for biosecurity protocols that CONMEBOL found unreasonable. On 31 May Brazil was confirmed as the new host.
All matches in the tournament were held behind closed doors, except the final, where 10% of Maracanã Stadium's capacity was allowed for guests with a negative COVID-19 test before entering. All delegations, each limited to 65 members, were vaccinated, as were the match officials.
On 1 June 2021, the Brazilian government and Brazilian Football Confederation announced the cities of Brasília, Goiânia, Cuiabá and Rio de Janeiro as the host venues of the competition, with the Maracanã, Mané Garrincha, Pantanal and the Olímpico stadiums used for matches. On 2 June, the CBF decided to use the Nilton Santos as the second stadium in Rio de Janeiro. The government also allocated resources in the federal budget to provide the necessary support for the CONMEBOL's tournament logistics and security.Mané Garrincha hosted the opening match on 13 June, and the final was held at the Maracanã on 10 July.
On 20 November 2019, CONMEBOL published a document confirming eight venues, Estadio Mario Alberto Kempes in Córdoba, Estadio Malvinas Argentinas in Mendoza, Estadio Monumental in Buenos Aires and Estadio Ciudad de La Plata in La Plata for Argentina and Estadio Olímpico Pascual Guerrero in Cali, Estadio Atanasio Girardot in Medellín, Estadio Metropolitano Roberto Meléndez in Barranquilla and Estadio El Campín in Bogotá for Colombia. Moreover, Estadio San Juan del Bicentenario in San Juan and Estadio Hernán Ramírez Villegas in Pereira were also nominated but not confirmed, being finally dismissed.
On 3 December 2019, prior to the draw, it was known that Estadio Único in Santiago del Estero was included as one of the Argentine venues.
On 15 March 2020, the Estadio Ciudad de La Plata, La Plata venue was ruled out as a result of the schedule shortening.
Colombia would have hosted the North Zone group, while Argentina would have hosted the South Zone group. Each country would also have hosted two quarter-finals and one semi-final. The third place match and final would have been played in Colombia.
All ten CONMEBOL national teams participated in the competition, divided into two geographical zones for the group stage.
In June 2019, the CONMEBOL Council officially approved the participation of Australia and Qatar as the two invited teams, who were the previous two winners of the AFC Asian Cup. Australia would have made their debut appearance in the Copa América, while Qatar would be making their second appearance, having participated in the previous edition. However, on 23 February 2021, Football Australia and the Qatar Football Association announced their withdrawal from the tournament, due to the postponement of the remainder of the AFC Second Round of 2022 FIFA World Cup qualification to June 2021. Following the withdrawals, a CONMEBOL spokesperson said that there was a calendar issue that stopped Australia and Qatar, that he had already seen interest from other national teams to play as guests in their place and that he would like to have 12 teams. The spokesperson added that if no replacements were found, the tournament would be played with 10 teams (for the first time since 1991).
The team allocations of the CONMEBOL members, divided into North Zone and South Zone, were announced on 9 April 2019. The group stage draw was held on 3 December 2019, 19:30 COT (UTC−5), in Cartagena. Original co-hosts Argentina and Colombia were automatically allocated to positions A1 and B1, respectively. After the draw, the zones for the two invited nations and the positions of teams within the groups were as follows:
|Matchday||Dates||Group A matches||Group B matches|
|Matchday 1||13–14 June 2021||A1 v A5, , A6 v A3||B1 v B5, B2 v B4,|
|Matchday 2||17–18 June 2021||A1 v A4, , A5 v A3||B1 v B4, B6 v B2,|
|Matchday 3||20–21 June 2021||A1 v A6, , A4 v A5||B1 v B6, , B4 v B5|
|Matchday 4||23–24 June 2021||, A3 v A4, A5 v A6||B2 v B1, , B5 v B6|
|Matchday 5||27–28 June 2021||A3 v A1, , A4 v A6||, B5 v B2, B4 v B6|
On 2 June 2021, Argentina and Brazil were allocated to positions A1 and B1, respectively, in the competition calendar update.
Main article: 2021 Copa América squads
Each team had to submit a list of up to 28 players (expanded from 23), including at least three goalkeepers.
On 21 April 2021, CONMEBOL announced a total of 14 referees, 22 assistant referees, 16 video assistant referees (VAR), and 10 support referees appointed for the tournament. This edition featured the participation of a Spanish refereeing team as part of the memorandum of understanding signed by CONMEBOL and UEFA in February 2020, which included a referee exchange programme.
On 5 June 2021, Uruguayan video assistant referees Leodán González and Daniel Fedorczuk were replaced by Andrés Cunha, also from Uruguay. In addition, Juan Soto from Venezuela and Jhon Alexander León from Colombia replaced the video assistant referee Nicolás Gallo and the assistant referee Miguel Roldán respectively, both from Colombia. Nicolás Gallo and Miguel Roldán had previously been suspended indefinitely as a result of their performance in the match between Uruguay and Paraguay valid for the CONMEBOL World Cup qualifiers.
Later, Leodán González and Daniel Fedorczuk were summoned again to join the Uruguayan referee team.
The original schedule and kick-off times for the tournament were announced on 3 December 2019 and 4 March 2020 respectively. On 17 March 2020, the tournament was postponed until 2021 and the new schedule was announced on 13 August 2020. Following the withdrawals of Qatar and Australia, the schedule was shortened and it was announced on 15 March 2021. The final match schedule with Brazil as host country was announced on 2 June 2021.
All match times listed are in BRT (UTC−3), as listed by CONMEBOL. Cuiabá is located in a different time zone, AMT (UTC−4), so the local time is also given.
The top four teams of each group advanced to the quarter-finals.
The ranking of teams in the group stage was determined as follows (Regulations Article 10.6):
- Points obtained in all group matches (three points for a win, one for a draw, none for a defeat);
- Goal difference in all group matches;
- Number of goals scored in all group matches;
- Points obtained in the matches played between the teams in question;
- Goal difference in the matches played between the teams in question;
- Number of goals scored in the matches played between the teams in question;
- Fair play points in all group matches (only one deduction could be applied to a player in a single match):
- Yellow card: −1 points;
- Indirect red card (second yellow card): −3 points;
- Direct red card: −4 points;
- Yellow card and direct red card: −5 points;
- Drawing of lots.
Group A (South Zone)
Main article: 2021 Copa América Group A
Group B (North Zone)
Main article: 2021 Copa América Group B
Main article: 2021 Copa América knockout stage
In the knockout stage, if a match was tied after 90 minutes:
- In the quarter-finals, semi-finals, and third place play-off, extra time would not be played, and the match would be decided by a penalty shoot-out (Regulations Article 9.3).
- In the final, extra time would be played. If still tied after extra time, the match would be decided by a penalty shoot-out (Regulations Article 9.4).
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Does fuboTV have channels like ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC?Yes, fuboTV has ABC*, CBS*, FOX* and NBC* as well as ESPN, AMC, MTV, VH1, SHOWTIME, HGTV, MSNBC, FX, USA, Comedy Central, TLC, Food Network, E!, Discovery Channel, Hallmark Channel and Disney Channel among others. *Regional restrictions apply.
What are some shows I can watch on fuboTV?fuboTV gives you live and on-demand access to top shows like This Is Us, The Simpsons, The Walking Dead, The Bachelor, Shark Tank, Keeping Up with the Kardashians, House Hunters, Saturday Night Live, Chopped, Tucker Carlson Tonight, The Rachel Maddow Show, The Conners, Family Guy, Atlanta, The Masked Singer, American Horror Story, Billions, Shameless, Ray Donovan… the list keeps growing.
Are leagues like the NFL, NBA, MLB and others available?Absolutely! Not only does fuboTV have the NFL, NBA and MLB, but you can also watch NHL, NASCAR, MLS, golf, tennis, boxing, MMA, college sports and more. Plus, we have every golf major, tennis major and Triple Crown race as well as full coverage of specials like the Super Bowl, World Series, NBA Finals, Stanley Cup Playoffs and Olympics.
Is fuboTV available where I live?fuboTV is currently available in the United States, Canada and Spain. Packages and pricing differ per country.
Can I record games & shows?Yes, every fuboTV account includes Cloud DVR space at no extra charge. You can hit record from one devices, start watching on another, and finish in another.
How much does fuboTV cost?Prices vary based on your plan and selected add-ons. Our most popular plan in the United States includes 100+ channels at $64.99 per month.
Do I have to sign a contract?No. fuboTV is strictly on a month-to-month basis. Your subscription will automatically renew until you choose to cancel your account in your profile.
What if I want to cancel?We’d hate to see you go, but we understand. That’s why we’ve made it easy. Cancel online anytime without paying fees.
What devices can I watch fuboTV on?You can watch fuboTV on your computer, iPhone, iPad, Android phone and tablet, Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, Samsung Smart TV, Xbox and Amazon Fire TV.
Can I stream shows on my TV?Yes. The easiest way to watch fuboTV on your TV is with a Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV or Chromecast. Simply install the fuboTV app on your device to stream on your TV.
How many devices can I simultaneously watch on?fuboTV can be actively streamed on two devices at the same time. Need a third stream? Add Family Share to your account for an additional $5.99/mo.