2019 Copa America: Fixtures, results and coverage

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