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Friday, 3 June 2016
Live
+9:30pm Group A
6:30pm local (Santa Clara)
Levi's Stadium
USA National TeamUSA 0 - 2 ColombiaUSA National Team
Saturday, 4 June 2016
Live
+5:00pm Group A
5:00pm local (Orlando)
Camping World Stadium
Costa Rica National TeamCosta Rica 0 - 0 ParaguayCosta Rica National Team
Live
+7:30pm Group B
4:30pm local (Seattle)
CenturyLink Field
Haiti National TeamHaiti 0 - 1 PeruHaiti National Team
Live
+10:00pm Group B
7:00pm local (Pasadena)
Rose Bowl
Brazil National TeamBrazil 0 - 0 EcuadorBrazil National Team
Sunday, 5 June 2016
Live
+5:00pm Group C
5:00pm local (Chicago)
Soldier Field
Jamaica National TeamJamaica 0 - 1 VenezuelaJamaica National Team
Live
+8:00pm Group C
8:00pm local (Glendale)
University of Phoenix Stadium
Mexico National TeamMexico 3 - 1 UruguayMexico National Team
Monday, 6 June 2016
Live
+7:00pm Group C
10:00pm local (Santa Clara)
Camping World Stadium
Panama National TeamPanama 2 - 1 BoliviaPanama National Team
Live
+10:00pm Group C
8:00pm local (Houston)
Levi's Stadium
Argentina National TeamArgentina 2 - 1 ChileArgentina National Team
Tuesday, 7 June 2016
Live
+8:00pm Group A
8:00pm local (Chicago)
Soldier Field
USA National TeamUSA 4 - 0 Costa RicaUSA National Team
Live
+10:30pm Group A
10:30pm local (Pasadena)
Rose Bowl
Colombia National TeamColombia 2 - 1 ParaguayColombia National Team
Wednesday, 8 June 2016
Live
+7:30pm Group B
7:30pm local (Orlando)
Camping World Stadium
Brazil National TeamBrazil 7 - 1 HaitiBrazil National Team
Live
+10:00pm Group B
10:00pm local (Glendale)
University of Phoenix Stadium
Ecuador National TeamEcuador 2 - 2 PeruEcuador National Team
Thursday, 9 June 2016
Live
+7:30pm Group C
7:30pm local (Philadelphia)
Lincoln Financial Field
Uruguay National TeamUruguay 0 - 1 VenezuelaUruguay National Team
Live
+10:00pm Group C
10:00pm local (Pasadena)
Rose Bowl
Mexico National TeamMexico 2 - 0 JamaicaMexico National Team
Friday, 10 June 2016
Live
+7:00pm Group D
7:00pm local (Foxborough)
Gillette Stadium
Chile National TeamChile 2 - 1 BoliviaChile National Team
Live
+9:30pm Group D
9:30pm local (Chicago)
Soldier Field
Argentina National TeamArgentina 5 - 0 PanamaArgentina National Team
Saturday, 11 June 2016
Live
+7:00pm Group A
7:00pm local (Philadelphia)
Lincoln Financial Field
USA National TeamUSA 1 - 0 ParaguayUSA National Team
Live
+9:00pm Group A
9:00pm local (Houston)
NRG Stadium
Colombia National TeamColombia 2 - 3 Costa RicaColombia National Team
Sunday, 12 June 2016
Live
+6:30pm Group B
6:30pm local (East Ruherford)
MetLife Stadium
Ecuador National TeamEcuador 4 - 0 HaitiEcuador National Team
Live
+8:30pm Group B
8:00pm local (Houston)
Gillette Stadium
Brazil National TeamBrazil 0 - 1 PeruBrazil National Team
Monday, 13 June 2016
Live
+8:00pm Group D
10:00pm local (Santa Clara)
NRG Stadium
Mexico National TeamMexico 1 - 1 VenezuelaMexico National Team
Live
+10:00pm Group D
7:00pm local (Orlando)
Levi's Stadium
Uruguay National TeamUruguay 3 - 0 JamaicaUruguay National Team
Tuesday, 14 June 2016
Live
+8:00pm Group D
8:00pm local (Philadelphia)
Lincoln Financial Field
Chile National TeamChile 4 - 2 PanamaChile National Team
Live
+10:00pm Group D
10:00pm local (Seattle)
CenturyLink Field
Argentina National TeamArgentina 3 - 0 BoliviaArgentina National Team
Thursday, 16 June 2016
Live
+9:30pm Quarter-finals
9:30pm local (Seattle)
CenturyLink Field
USA National TeamUSA 2 - 1 EcuadorUSA National Team
Friday, 17 June 2016
Live
+8:00pm Quarter-finals
8:00pm local (East Rutherford)
MetLife Stadium
Peru National TeamPeru 0 - 0P ColombiaPeru National Team
Saturday, 18 June 2016
Live
+7:00pm Quarter-finals
7:00pm local (Foxborough)
Gillette Stadium
Argentina National TeamArgentina 4 - 1 VenezuelaArgentina National Team
Live
+10:00pm Quarter-finals
10:00pm local (Santa Clara)
Levi's Stadium
Mexico National TeamMexico 0 - 7 ChileMexico National Team
Tuesday, 21 June 2016
Live
+9:00pm Semi-finals
9:00pm local (Houston)
NRG Stadium
USA National TeamUSA 0 - 4 ArgentinaUSA National Team
Wednesday, 22 June 2016
Live
+8:00pm Semi-finals
10:00pm local (Chicago)
Soldier Field
Colombia National TeamColombia 0 - 2 ChileColombia National Team
Saturday, 25 June 2016
Live
+8:00pm Third Place
10:00pm local (Glendale)
University of Phoenix Stadium
USA National TeamUSA 0 - 1 ColombiaUSA National Team
Sunday, 26 June 2016
Live
+8:00pm Final
8:00pm local (East Rutherford)
MetLife Stadium
Argentina National TeamArgentina 0 - 0P ChileArgentina National Team

Table

Pos.TeamMPWDLGFGAGDPForm
Copa America Centenario Grp. A
1 USA 3 2 0 1 5 2 +3 6 WWL
2 Colombia 3 2 0 1 6 4 +2 6 LWW
3 Costa Rica 3 1 1 1 3 6 -3 4 WLD
4 Paraguay 3 0 1 2 1 3 -2 1 LLD
Copa America Centenario Grp. B
1 Peru 3 2 1 0 4 2 +2 7 WDW
2 Ecuador 3 1 2 0 6 2 +4 5 WDD
3 Brazil 3 1 1 1 7 2 +5 4 LWD
4 Haiti 3 0 0 3 1 12 -11 0 LLL
Copa America Centenario Grp. C
1 Mexico 3 2 1 0 6 2 +4 7 DWW
2 Venezuela 3 2 1 0 3 1 +2 7 DWW
3 Uruguay 3 1 0 2 4 4 0 3 WLL
4 Jamaica 3 0 0 3 0 6 -6 0 LLL
Copa America Centenario Grp. D
1 Argentina 3 3 0 0 10 1 +9 9 WWW
2 Chile 3 2 0 1 7 5 +2 6 WWL
3 Panama 3 1 0 2 4 10 -6 3 LLW
4 Bolivia 3 0 0 3 2 7 -5 0 LLL

 

Top Scorers

PlayerTeamGoalsPenalties
Copa America Centenario Qualification
Blas Perez Panama 1 0
Gabriel Gomez Panama 1 0
Luis Tejada Panama 1 1
Armando Cooper Panama 1 0
Pascal Millien Panama 1 0
Copa America Centenario Grp. A
Clint Dempsey Panama 2 1
James Rodriguez Colombia 2 1
Cristian Zapata Colombia 1 0
Frank Fabra Colombia 1 0
Bobby Shou Wood Colombia 1 0
Johan Venegas Costa Rica 1 0
Victor Ayala Costa Rica 1 0
Graham Zusi USA 1 0
Carlos Bacca Colombia 1 0
Celso Borges Costa Rica 1 0
Jermaine Jones USA 1 0
Marlos Moreno USA 1 0
Copa America Centenario Grp. B
Philippe Coutinho Brazil 3 0
Renato Augusto Brazil 2 0
Enner Valencia Ecuador 2 0
Lucas Lima Brazil 1 0
Edison Flores Peru 1 0
James Marcelin Peru 1 0
Raul Ruidiaz Peru 1 0
Jose Paolo Guerrero Peru 1 0
Christian Cueva Peru 1 0
Christian Noboa Ecuador 1 0
Jaime Ayovi Ecuador 1 0
Miller Bolanos Ecuador 1 0
Antonio Valencia Ecuador 1 0
Gabriel Ecuador 1 0
Copa America Centenario Grp. C
Rafael Marquez Mexico 1 0
Josef Martinez Venezuela 1 0
Jesus Corona Mexico 1 0
Jose Velazquez Venezuela 1 0
Abel Hernandez Uruguay 1 0
Oribe Peralta Mexico 1 0
Javier Hernandez Mexico 1 0
Mathias Corujo Uruguay 1 0
Diego Godin Uruguay 1 0
Jose Salomon Rondon Venezuela 1 0
Hector Herrera Mexico 1 0
Copa America Centenario Grp. D
Lionel Messi Argentina 3 0
Blas Perez Panama 2 0
Alexis Sanchez Panama 2 0
Arturo Vidal Panama 2 1
Eduardo Vargas Chile 2 0
Victor Leandro Cuesta Chile 1 0
Nicolas Otamendi Argentina 1 0
Ever Banega Argentina 1 0
Erik Lamela Argentina 1 0
Jhasmany Campos Bolivia 1 0
Miguel Camargo Bolivia 1 0
Jose Fuenzalida Chile 1 0
Angel Di Maria Argentina 1 0
Sergio Aguero Argentina 1 0
Ezequiel Lavezzi Argentina 1 0
Copa America Centenario Final Rounds
Eduardo Vargas Chile 4 0
Gonzalo Higuain Argentina 4 0
Lionel Messi Argentina 2 0
Edson Puch Argentina 2 0
Erik Lamela Argentina 1 0
Carlos Bacca Colombia 1 0
Michael Arroyo Colombia 1 0
Jose Salomon Rondon Venezuela 1 0
Ezequiel Lavezzi Argentina 1 0
Charles Aranguiz Argentina 1 0
Alexis Sanchez Argentina 1 0
Jose Fuenzalida Chile 1 0
Clint Dempsey Chile 1 0
Gyasi Zardes USA 1 0

 

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How to watch the USA vs. Argentina men's soccer match on TV and online - Quartz
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Copa America: A team-by-team look at each group - Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times
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Centenario edition is most successful Copa America in history - Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times
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About Copa América

What is the Copa América Centenario?

The 2016 edition of the Copa América Centenario will be held to celebrate 100 years since the tournament was launched in 1916, hence the word "Centenario" which translates to a period of 100 years.

Who is the host country?

For the first time in its history, this tournament will be hosted outside South America in order to celebrate the 100 years of the CONMEBOL and the Copa América Centenario. It will be hosted in the USA across 10 host cities.

The tournament will kick off on June 3rd and end on June 26th, 2016. The opening ceremony will be held at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California and will feature performances from Canadian band Magic!, American RnB sensation Jason Derulo and Colombian J Balvih.

This will be the 45th edition of the tournament. Traditionally, Copa América Centenario is contested by 12 South American national teams, but this year's edition will follow an expanded 16 team format with ten countries from CONMEBOL and six from CONCACAF (including USMNT, Mexico and Costa Rica). However, the winner of this tournament will not participate in the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup as is in normal circumstances. Chile have already qualified for the Confederations Cup as winners of the 2015 Copa América Centenario.

Which US TV channel is showing the Copa América Centenario on TV / Online?

In the USA, watch the Copa América Centenario live on TV in the following channels:

International TV channels showing the Copa América Centenario on TV?

Copa América Trivia. Did you know?
  • Uruguay is the country with the most appearances in this tournament (40)
  • Uruguay has also won it the most number of times (15)
  • Argentina have appeared in the final the most number of times (26)
  • Ecuador have conceded the most number of goals in the history of this tournament (296)
  • Argentina have scored the most number of goals in Copa América"s history (422)
  • Chile have lost the most number of times (81)
  • Argentina have the most number of wins (111)
  • Lionel Messi has the most number of assists in the history of the tournament (9)
  • The Argentine also has the most number of man-of-the-match awards (6)
  • Copa América is the oldest international continental football competition

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