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2011 Copa America on the air
July 1st, 2011 1:02AM

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[TELEVISION GUIDE] The 2011 Copa America kicks off Friday with the opening game between host Argentina and Bolivia in Buenos Aires. Univision and TeleFutura will be showing the South American championship.

Group A
July 1
Argentina vs. Bolivia (TeleFutura, 8:30 pm ET)
July 2
Colombia vs. Costa Rica (Univision, 2:30 pm ET)
July 6
Argentina vs. Colombia (TeleFutura, 8:45 pm ET)
July 7
Bolivia vs. Costa Rica (TeleFutura, 6:15 pm ET)
July 10
Colombia vs. Bolivia (TeleFutura, 3 pm ET)
July 11
Argentina vs. Costa Rica (TeleFutura, 8:45 pm ET)

Group B
July 3
Brazil vs. Venezuela (Univision, 3 pm ET)
Paraguay vs. Ecuador (TeleFutura, 5:30 pm ET)
July 9
Brazil vs. Paraguay (Univision, 3 pm ET)
Venezuela vs. Ecuador (TeleFutura, 5:30 pm ET)
July 13
Paraguay vs. Venezuela (TeleFutura, 6:15 pm ET)
Brazil vs. Ecuador (TeleFutura, 8:45 pm ET)

Group C
July 4
Uruguay vs. Peru (TeleFutura, 6:15 pm ET)
Chile vs. Mexico (Univision, 8:45 pm ET)
July 8
Chile vs. Uruguay (TeleFutura, 6:15 pm ET)
Mexico vs. Peru (Univision, 8:45 pm ET)
July 12
Chile vs. Peru (TeleFutura, 6:15 pm ET)
Uruguay vs. Mexico (Univision, 8:45 pm ET)

Quarterfinals
July 16
A1 vs. 3rd 1 (#1) (Univision, 3 pm ET)
A2 vs. C2 (#2) (Univision, 6:15 pm ET)
July 17
B1 vs. 3rd 2 (#3) (Univision, 3 pm ET)
C1 vs. B2 (#4) (Univision, 6:15 pm ET)

Semifinals
July 19
#1 winner vs. #2 winner (#5) (Univision, 8:45 pm ET)
July 20
#3 winner vs. #4 winner (#6) (Univision, 8:45 pm ET)

Third-Place Game
July 23
#5 loser vs. #6 loser (TeleFutura, 3 pm ET)

Final
July 24
#5 winner vs. #6 winner (Univision, 3 pm ET)



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  1. Eric Anderson
    commented on: July 1, 2011 at 9:59 a.m.
    Also, YouTube is live streaming every match. http://youtube.com/copaamerica


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