Copa América

Copa América

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Copa América Live Stream and TV Listings, Live Scores, Fixtures, Results


Copa América Standings

Group A
1 Argentina 3 3 0 0 5 0 +5 9 WWW
2 Canada 3 1 1 1 1 2 -1 4 DWL
3 Chile 3 0 2 1 0 1 -1 2 DLD
4 Peru 3 0 1 2 0 3 -3 1 LLD
Group B
1 Venezuela 3 3 0 0 6 1 +5 9 WWW
2 Ecuador 3 1 1 1 4 3 +1 4 DWL
3 Mexico 3 1 1 1 1 1 0 4 DLW
4 Jamaica 3 0 0 3 1 7 -6 0 LLL
Group C
1 Uruguay 3 3 0 0 9 1 +8 9 WWW
2 Panama 3 2 0 1 6 5 +1 6 WWL
3 USA 3 1 0 2 3 3 0 3 LLW
4 Bolivia 3 0 0 3 1 10 -9 0 LLL
Group D
1 Colombia 3 2 1 0 6 2 +4 7 DWW
2 Brazil 3 1 2 0 5 2 +3 5 DWD
3 Costa Rica 3 1 1 1 2 4 -2 4 WLD
4 Paraguay 3 0 0 3 3 8 -5 0 LLL
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Copa América Knockout Stage

Quarter-final Semi-final Final
Jul 4, 9:00pm Houston, TX
Jul 9, 8:00pm East Rutherford, NJ
Jul 5, 9:00pm Arlington, TX
Jul 14, 8:00pm Miami Gardens, FL
Canada (P)
Argentina (AET)
Jul 6, 6:00pm Las Vegas, NV
Colombia (AET)
Jul 13, 8:00pm Charlotte, NC
Jul 6, 9:00pm Glendale, AZ
3rd place match
Jul 13, 8:00pm Charlotte, NC


Broadcast Rights

Where can you watch Copa América in United States?

Fox Sports
Fox Sports
» Seasons 2021-2026
Fox Sports holds the English-language digital and TV broadcasting rights in the United States for the Copa America 2024, following a multi-year agreement struck in 2021. The deal allows for comprehensive coverage of the Copa America matches across Fox networks, including flagship channel FOX, Fox Sports 1, and Fox Sports 2, complete with detailed pre- and post-match analysis. Fans in the USA can also stream the Copa America 2024 live via the FOX Sports mobile app and take advantage of additional features to enjoy the tournament.
Available on:

FOX Network

Fox Sports 1

Fox Sports 2

FOX Sports App

» Season 2024
TelevisaUnivision has secured exclusive American Spanish-language broadcast rights for the CONMEBOL Copa America 2024, becoming the sole provider of Spanish-language broadcasts for the tournament in the United States. TelevisaUnivision networks are broadcasting all 32 games live, featuring big names like Argentina with Lionel Messi, and other confirmed teams such as Brazil, Mexico and the United States. The coverage includes live Copa America 2024 broadcasts of the matches, along with extensive surrounding content such as preview and review shows, news, and highlights. In the United States, fans can watch the Copa America 2024 live on Univision, which has 21 matches, and on UniMás, which has 11 games. TUDN USA has agreed to televise 28 out of the total 32 games.

In addition to the traditional TV broadcast, all Copa America 2024 games are available on TelevisaUnivision’s streaming platform, ViX, which allows fans to watch the matches on digital devices. The TUDN app, available for both Android and iOS devices, along with, also has Copa America 2024 live streaming, although user authentication is required for access. Furthermore, the TUDN Radio Network has live audio coverage of the games with Spanish commentary.
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Univision NOW


TUDN Radio

» Seasons 2021-2026
SiriusXM FC
» Season 2024
SiriusXM offers extensive coverage of the Copa América 2024. Starting June 20, listeners can enjoy play-by-play commentary on FOX Sports (Ch. 83) and SiriusXM FC (Ch. 157). This coverage is complemented by pregame and postgame analysis from renowned soccer veterans. The Copa América 2024 on SiriusXM additionally features daily shows for continuous updates and in-depth discussions.


Copa América News

Euro 2024 and Copa America conclude with historic viewership numbers on Fox Sports, Univision

Live Soccer TV · 2 days ago

This summer's European Championship and Copa America finals raked in record-breaking numbers for English and Spanish-language broadcasters Fox Sports and Univision.

Enzo Fernandez issues apology as Chelsea and FIFA open investigation into racist chant during Copa America celebrations

Live Soccer TV · 3 days ago

The Chelsea midfielder went live on Instagram and was caught singing a chant with bigoted remarks aimed at the French national team's black players.

WATCH: Messi reduced to tears as he limps off Copa América final

Live Soccer TV · 5 days ago

The Argentine ace had complained during the first half of a twisted ankle, and the second half confirmed the worst fears for his supporters.

Copa América final delayed due to forced entry attempt

Live Soccer TV · 5 days ago

The issues that took place hours before the match have caused CONMEBOL to delay the start of the match until further notice.

WATCH: Colombian fans wreak havoc by trying to break into Copa América final

Live Soccer TV · 5 days ago

Hundreds of Colombian fans caused quite a stir during the admission process at Hard Rock Stadium, overwhelming security staff working at the venue.

Copa América Final: TV Schedules to watch Argentina vs Colombia

Live Soccer TV · 1 week ago

The game between La Albiceleste and Los Cafeteros promises to be one for the record books. Follow the game wherever you are with this guide.

Uruguay manager Marcelo Bielsa hits out at USA and Copa America organizers in extraordinary tirade

Live Soccer TV · 1 week ago

The Celeste boss pulled no punches during his press conference, demanding CONMEBOL apologize to his players following what happened in the stands during their semifinal while labeling the tournament organizers "a plague of liars".

About Copa América

Copa América History, Format, Organization, Media Coverage

The Copa America, also known as the "South American Championship," is a prestigious international football tournament organized by CONMEBOL, featuring South American national teams. Established in 1916, it is one of the world's oldest international competitions. The tournament boasts a round-robin group stage, followed by knockout rounds leading to a thrilling final.

Known for its high-quality football, intense rivalries, and passionate fan base, it showcases top talents from the continent, with renowned teams like Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, and Chile regularly participating. One of the unique aspects of Copa America is its role in platforming some of the greatest talents the world has ever seen, with legends like Pelé, Diego Maradona, and Lionel Messi having all left an indelible mark on the tournament's history. Luis Suarez, Neymar, Alexis Sanchez, Paolo Guerrero, and Gabriel Batistuta are other household names to have graced this competition.

Argentina hosted the inaugural Copa America tournament but missed out on the very first trophy to Uruguay. La Albiceleste and La Celeste dominated the first 20 editions of this beloved South American competition while Brazil won only two titles. Mexico and the USMNT made history in 1993 by becoming the first non-CONMEBOL nations invited to the Copa America, with El Tri going all the way to the final and finishing as runners-up.

While the inaugural Copa America in 1916 had no television broadcasting, the 1950s marked the emergence of televised coverage as technology advanced. The 1975 tournament, which had no fixed venue and was played throughout the continent, was a significant milestone, being the first edition widely broadcast in color, enhancing the viewing experience. Over time, technological innovations such as high-definition broadcasts and online streaming platforms have made it easier for viewers worldwide to follow their favorite teams and players.

In 1995, Prime Network exclusively offered matches in the Copa América to Americans through pay-per-view or closed-circuit theaters. Two years later, in 1997, PrimeStar and Fox Sports Direct distributed seventeen out of 26 matches, including all elimination games, while Fox Sports Americas aired the other eight first-round games and the third-place match via satellite. In 2001, Univision and Galavisión provided coverage of the tournament on broadcast television for the first time, with an average viewership of 1.4 million. In 2007, GOL TV secured English-language rights, and Univision's viewership grew to an average of 2.5 million, with online streaming introduced.

Fox Sports took over in 2016 just in time for Copa América Centenario, which marked the tournament’s 100th anniversary. This made the competition more accessible to Americans by broadcasting on FS1, FS2, and other platforms, attracting an average of 4 million viewers. In 2019, ESPN+ obtained both English and Portuguese-language rights, while Telemundo secured the Spanish-language U.S. TV rights. For the 2021 edition, TUDN retained the Spanish-language rights, and Fox Sports reclaimed the English-language rights under a six-year deal until 2026.

Copa America is a highly viewed sporting event in South America with significant interest in the USA due to its large Hispanic population. For the 2024 edition, Fox Sports will offer English-language broadcasts, while TelevisaUnivision networks will provide Spanish-language coverage. Both networks will offer extensive coverage of the tournament, with all games available to livestream or to watch on demand.

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