The Copa Améri­ca, South Amer­i­ca’s biggest foot­ball tour­na­ment, heads to Brazil for the first time in 30 years with Chile look­ing to be crowned cham­pi­ons for the third time in a row. Regard­less of where you are on the plan­et, our guide below for get­ting a Copa Améri­ca 2019 live stream will ensure you don’t miss a kick.

While the hosts will be miss­ing tal­is­man Ney­mar, the tour­na­ment won’t be short of big name stars from across the con­ti­nent, with Argenti­na’s Lionel Mes­si, his Barcelona team­mate Luis Suárez and Brazilian/Liverpudlian Rober­to Firmi­no all due to set to be in action.

Hav­ing failed to mir­ror his tro­phy-laden club career with Barcelona on the inter­na­tion­al stage, all eyes will be on Lionel Mes­si to once again attempt to end his tour­na­ment hoodoo and lead Argenti­na to some sil­ver­ware. His coun­try are a long over­due some glo­ry in the com­pe­ti­tion hav­ing not won the Copa Améri­ca since 1989.

Despite hav­ing won the com­pe­ti­tion twice on the spin, Chile come into the tour­na­ment way down the list of favourites accord­ing to Bet­fair, thanks to an age­ing side and star play­er Alex­is Sánchez‎ strug­gling for form at Man­ches­ter Unit­ed.

After recent tour­na­ment dis­ap­point­ments, Brazil will be look­ing to gain ground on their great South Amer­i­can rivals Argenti­na who have lift­ed the tro­phy 14 times in com­par­i­son to the sam­ba stars eight tri­umphs in the Copa Amer­i­ca. A major plus for the hosts will be home advan­tage — they’ve won the tour­na­ment on the four pre­vi­ous occa­sions that they’ve held it.

If you want to know where you’ll be able to watch every sin­gle match, we’ll tell you exact­ly where you can catch them online with our 2019 Copa Améri­ca live stream guide.

How to watch the 2019 Copa América 2019 from outside your country

Below we have a full run­down of your view­ing options for the 2019 Copa Améri­ca in dif­fer­ent coun­tries — check out how to watch in the US (where ESPN+ will be stream­ing the tour­na­ment in its entire­ty), the UK, Cana­da and Aus­tralia.

The prob­lems start when you try to watch your domes­tic cov­er­age online while out of the coun­try. Give it a go and you’ll quick­ly find your stream in geo-blocked.

That’s super annoy­ing, but not unavoid­able. We’ve found that using a Vir­tu­al Pri­vate Net­work — or VPN — to be a handy solu­tion. You select a serv­er in your home coun­try and then watch as if you were sat back at home on your couch.

How to watch the Copa América: US live stream 

- Dis­cov­er our pick of all the US’s best sports stream­ing sites

How to stream the Copa América live in the UK 

How to watch Copa América: Canada live stream 

How to live stream the 2019 Copa América in Australia 

2019 Copa América fixtures

Sat­ur­day 15th June
Brazil v Bolivia (1:30am BST)
Venezuela v Peru (8:00pm
Argenti­na v Colom­bia (11:00pm BST)

Sun­day 16th June
Paraguay v Qatar (8:00pm),
Uruguay v Ecuador (11:00pm BST)

Tues­day 18th June
Japan v Chile (00:00am BST)
Bolivia v Peru (10:30pm BST)

Wednes­day 19th June
Brazil v Venezuela (1:30am BST)
Colom­bia v Qatar (10:30pm)

Thurs­day 20th June
Argenti­na v Paraguay (1:30am BST) 

Fri­day 21st June
Uruguay v Japan (00:00am BST) 

Sat­ur­day 22nd June
Ecuador v Chile (00:00am BST)
Peru v Brazil (8:00pm)
Bolivia v Venezuela (8:00pm BST)

Sun­day 23rd June
Qatar v Argenti­na (8:00pm)
Colom­bia v Paraguay (8:00pm BST)

Tues­day 25th June
Chile v Uruguay (00:00am BST)
Ecuador v Japan (00:00am BST) 

Fri­day 28th June
Group A win­ner v Group B/C third place (1:30am BST)
Group A run­ner-up v Group B run­ner-up (8:00pm BST)

Sat­ur­day 29th June
Group B win­ner v Group C run­ner-up (0:00am BST)
Group C win­ner v Group A/B third place (8:00pm BST)

Wednes­day 3rd July
QF1 win­ner v QF2 win­ner (1:30am BST) 

Thurs­day 4th July
QF3 win­ner v QF4 win­ner (1:30am BST) 

Sat­ur­day 6th July
Third-place play-off
SF1 los­er v SF2 los­er (8:00pm BST)

Sun­day 7th July
SF1 win­ner v SF2 win­ner (9pm)

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