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GolTV acquires Copa America English-language TV rights
May 17th, 2007 8:54AM

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GolTV has secured the English-language broadcast rights to televise the 26 matches of the 2007 Copa America.

GolTV acquired the rights from soccer agency Traffic Sports Marketing. Univision holds the U.S. Spanish-language rights.

The United States is one of 12 teams competing in the tournament, which begins June 26 in Venezuela.

First-round schedule:
 
Group A
6/26 Uruguay vs. Peru - 4:00 pm ET
6/26 Venezuela vs. Bolivia - 8:45 pm ET
6/30 Bolivia vs. Uruguay - 4:00 pm ET
6/30 Venezuela vs. Peru - 6:15 pm ET
7/3 Peru vs. Bolivia - 6:30 pm ET
7/3 Venezuela vs. Uruguay - 8:45 pm ET
 
Group B
6/27 Ecuador vs. Chile - 6:30 pm ET
6/27 Brazil vs. Mexico - 8:45 pm ET
7/1 Brazil vs. Chile - 4:00 pm ET
7/1 Mexico vs. Ecuador - 6:15 pm ET
7/4 Mexico vs. Chile - 6:30 pm ET
7/4 Brazil vs. Ecuador - 8:45 pm ET

Group C
6/28 Paraguay vs. Colombia - 6:30 pm ET
6/28 Argentina vs. U.S. - 8:45 pm ET
7/2 U.S. vs. Paraguay - 6:30 pm ET
7/2 Argentina vs. Colombia - 8:45 pm ET
7/5 Colombia vs. U.S. - 6:30 pm ET
7/5 Argentina vs. Paraguay - 8:45 pm ET



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