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2019 Copa America: Fixtures, results and coverage

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Moreno: Brazil's balance and unity key to Copa triumph (2:17)

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno says Brazil came together and proved that they were the best team at the Copa America despite Neymar's absence. (2:17)

The Copa America is South America's preemptive regional tournament, and in 2019, the 46th edition of the competition returns to Brazil. All 10 South American nations, led by two-time defending champions Chile, and two invited guests (Japan and Qatar), will contest the latest edition of a tournament that is never short on passion, free-flowing football, bad blood and drama. ESPN FC has it all covered!

Content and fixtures

What you need to know: Teams, dates, host cities
Fixtures: Daily match schedule
Scores: Follow every match
Tables: All the group standings
News and features: ESPN's home for everything Copa America
Para la cobertura de la Copa América en español, visite ESPN Deportes.
Para a cobertura da Copa América em português, visite ESPN Brasil.

How to watch the Copa America (check local listings)

United States: ESPN+ (in English and Portuguese), Telemundo Deportes
Africa: StarTimes
Australia: beIN Sports
Brazil: Globo, SporTV
United Kingdom: Premier Sports

What to read and watch: Reaction

July 8

- Marcotti: Brazil prove worthy winners, but Argentina have hope

July 7

- Vickery: Brazil's Copa triumph a boost for World Cup quest
- FC TV: Should Messi be banned for calling out CONMEBOL?
- Marcotti: Messi's corruption claims cast a shadow

July 6

- Angry Messi cites 'corruption' after being sent off
- Vickery: Messi red overshadows Argentina's encouraging win
- FC TV: Messi winning at home in 2020 would be fitting

July 5

- FC TV: Alejandro Moreno breaks down Peru's defence
- Marcotti: Brazil's deep talent pool means Peru need a superhuman effort
- Vickery: Will Peru deny Tite's shot of becoming a Brazilian great?

July 4

- Vickery: Peru transformed as Chile arrive at a crossroads

July 3

- Marcotti: Why this Brazil squad is the best for a while
- Vickery: Argentina go out, but Messi's enthusiasm returns
- Stream on ESPN+: Brazil vs. Argentina on replay

July 2

- FC TV: Brazil always in the ascendancy vs. Argentina
- Argentina's progress, defects equally on display in semi loss

- Brazil boss Tite sleepless ahead of Argentina clash

July 1

- Marcotti: Pressure on Brazil, Argentina; Chile, Peru play with house money
- Vickery: Why Chile's coach has been the star of the tournament

June 30

- Marcotti: The Copa America's love affair with shootouts
- Vickery: Brazil, Argentina set up scintillating semi
- Colombia defender gets 'Escobar' death treats after miss

June 29

- Vickery: Uruguay, Suarez can only blame themselves
- Nicol: Nonstop football 'taking its toll' on Brazil

- Moreno: Argentina did 'just enough' to beat Venezuela

June 28
- Marcotti: Argentina mix good cocktail with splash of Messi

- Messi admits to struggles at Copa
- Vickery: Chile advance the hard way

June 27
- Vickery: Brazil's 'first-goal' problem persists
- Brazil fined for anti-gay chants against Bolivia

June 26
- Marcotti's Copa America quarterfinals preview
- Vickery: Paraguay already winning against Brazil

June 25
- Suarez appeals for handball ... by goalkeeper

June 24
- Vickery: Cavani gets win over old foe Chile

June 23
- Vickery: Argentina still don't have a plan around Messi

June 22
- Brazil ease the pressure with comfortable win over Peru
- Marcotti: Messi, Argentina on the brink of humiliation again

June 21
- Tite finds himself in difficult spot in pursuit of Copa title
- Uruguay still have a lot of work to do after Japan draw

June 20
- Messi ensures Argentina live to fight another day

June 19
- Brazil searching for identity after draw with Venezuela
- Venezuela's progress shows their long-term plan is working

June 18
- Chile win masks major issues for ageing side

June 16
- Uruguay send message to Copa America rivals
- Marcotti: Argentina's front three to blame for loss to Colombia
- Maradona on Argentina: 'Even Tonga can beat us'

June 15
- Messi is throwing Argentina off balance
- Brazil booed in Copa opener but bright spots emerge

What to read and watch: Preview content

- 2019 Copa America preview: Read
- Are Chile's old guard set for one last stand? Read
- Alisson, Firmino shift focus quickly to Brazil and Copa. Read
- Time for Brazil's other stars to step up without Neymar. Read
- Messi plays down Argentina title talk. Read
- Messi the one constant in much-changed Argentina. Read
- James returns to Brazil looking to rediscover 2014 form. Read
- 2020 Copa already shrouded in controversy. Read