Copa America 2019 - USA, Mexico, Spain, Portugal, Japan & China

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  1. ChileanNole

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  2. gabagool

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    I doubt Spain, Portugal, Japan & China will come here to be honest
     
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  3. El_Pato

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    http://worldsoccertalk.com/2018/07/...streaming-rights-spanish-language-broadcasts/

    On the heels of a very successful broadcast of the 2018 World Cup, Telemundo Deportes has acquired the Spanish-language broadcast rights to the 2019 Copa America.

    Hosted in Brazil, the 2019 Copa America will feature Chile, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela and invited teams from Japan and Qatar. The winner of the 12-team tournament will earn the right to compete for the 2021 FIFA Confederations Cup.

    The 2019 Copa America will be the 46th edition of the quadrennial international men’s soccer championship organized by South America’s soccer ruling body CONMEBOL. Copa America is the oldest international continental soccer competition and it determines the continental champion of South America.

    While the acquisition of the Copa America rights are a big coup for Telemundo, it’s a big blow to beIN SPORTS who have televised the Spanish-language and English-language broadcasts of Copa America 2015, which reached nearly 14 million viewers in the United States.

    A decision on the English-language rights to the tournament has not yet been reached.

    “We are extremely pleased to join forces with CONMEBOL and the Copa America tournament,” said Ray Warren, President, Telemundo Deportes. “It is a world class event and perfectly aligns with our approach to partner with owners of the biggest and best global sporting events to bring them to our Spanish-language audience in the U.S.”

    Telemundo Deportes is home to two of the world’s most popular sporting events: the FIFA World Cup through 2026 and the Summer Olympic Games through 2032. In addition, Telemundo Deportes broadcasts the Premier League and FIFA World Cup CONCACAF qualifying matches for most of the region, including the Mexico and USA national teams’ away matches.
     
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  4. ChileanNole

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    No Marcelo or Vinicius
     
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  6. ChileanNole

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    Came to post that. No Icardi or Higuaín but Aguero is back. Also Argentina hasn’t won a title since 1993.
     
  7. Wu

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    Post a sched in here pls
     
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  8. El_Pato

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    Friday, June 14; Copa America TV schedule

    Brazil vs. Bolivia, 8:30pm, Telemundo, ESPN+, fuboTV and PlayStation Vue (free trial)



    Saturday, June 15; Copa America TV schedule

    Venezuela vs. Peru, 3pm, Telemundo, ESPN+, fuboTV and PlayStation Vue (free trial)

    Argentina vs. Colombia, 6pm, Telemundo, ESPN+, fuboTV and PlayStation Vue (free trial)



    Sunday, June 16; Copa America TV schedule

    Paraguay vs. Qatar, 3pm, Telemundo, ESPN+, fuboTV and PlayStation Vue (free trial)

    Uruguay vs. Ecuador, 6pm, Telemundo, ESPN+, fuboTV and PlayStation Vue (free trial)



    Monday, June 17; Copa America TV schedule

    Japan vs. Chile, 7pm, Telemundo, ESPN+, fuboTVand PlayStation Vue (free trial)



    Tuesday, June 18; Copa America TV schedule

    Bolivia vs. Peru, 5:30pm, Telemundo, ESPN+, fuboTV and PlayStation Vue (free trial)

    Brazil vs. Venezuela, 8:30pm, Telemundo, ESPN+, fuboTV and PlayStation Vue (free trial)

    Wednesday, June 19; Copa America TV schedule

    Colombia vs. Qatar, 5:30pm, Telemundo, ESPN+, fuboTV and PlayStation Vue (free trial)

    Argentina vs. Paraguay, 8:30pm, Telemundo, ESPN+, fuboTV and PlayStation Vue (free trial)



    Thursday, June 20; Copa America TV schedule

    Uruguay vs. Japan, 7pm, Telemundo, ESPN+, fuboTV and PlayStation Vue (free trial)



    Friday, June 21; Copa America TV schedule

    Ecuador vs. Chile, 7pm, Telemundo, ESPN+, fuboTV and PlayStation Vue (free trial)



    Saturday, June 22; Copa America TV schedule

    Bolivia vs. Venezuela, 3pm, Universo, ESPN+, fuboTV and PlayStation Vue (free trial)

    Peru vs. Brazil, 3pm, Telemundo, ESPN+, fuboTVand PlayStation Vue (free trial)



    Sunday, June 23; Copa America TV schedule

    Qatar vs. Argentina, 3pm, Telemundo, ESPN+, fuboTV and PlayStation Vue (free trial)

    Colombia vs. Paraguay, 3pm, Universo, ESPN+, fuboTV and PlayStation Vue (free trial)



    Monday, June 24; Copa America TV schedule

    Chile vs. Uruguay, 7pm, Telemundo, ESPN+, fuboTV and PlayStation Vue (free trial)

    Ecuador vs. Japan, 7pm, Universo, ESPN+, fuboTV and PlayStation Vue (free trial)
     
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  9. gabagool

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    Tite is an idiot so I don’t expect to win... this guy selected Cassio and Fagner. He will always show favorites to players from his old team
     
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  10. gabagool

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    Fernandinho should be no where close to this team
     
  11. JGator1

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    need to update the thread title
     
  12. SugarShaun

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  13. SugarShaun

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    Also looks like I won’t be cancelling ESPN+