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Eyes will turn to South America as the continent’s heavyweights battle it out for glory, headlined by superstars such as Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez, Philippe Coutinho, Sergio Aguero, James Rodriguez and Edinson Cavani.

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However the host nation will head into battle without their biggest name. After some of the craziest weeks of his career, Neymar misses the tournament with an ankle injury picked up just days after he was accused of rape and stripped of the national team captaincy.

But according to odds, it’s still Brazil’s tournament to lose, with the traditional powerhouse installed as short favourites to win their ninth Copa America crown. They’ll face heavy competition from the likes of Argentina, Uruguay and Colombia as well as reigning champs Chile.

Interestingly, a pair of teams rather familiar to Aussie fans lurk as dark horses after nabbing an invite to crash the South American party. Japan and Asian champions Qatar will take their places in the group stage – and the Socceroos will reportedly do the same in next year’s edition, but more on that later.

The tournament will be played at six stadiums across Brazil, with the final set to be hosted at the Maracana in Rio de Janeiro.

And there are plenty of storylines to sink your teeth into. With Cristiano Ronaldo lifting the inaugural Nations League title with Portugal this week, it’s Lionel Messi’s chance to respond as he attempts to finally hoist a major trophy with Argentina.

They haven’t won the Copa since 1993, and last time around the Barcelona superstar sensationally missed a spot kick in the final before announcing his retirement from the national team. Obviously, he later reneged!

Without Neymar, Brazil will need a new hero to emerge. Coutinho will be hoping to fill the creative void, no doubt keen to show his worth after a less than impressive season in La Liga. In a similar predicament is Chile’s Alexis Sanchez – now copping worldwide criticism after an appalling campaign with Manchester United.

The race is on to be crowned Kings of South America.

HERE’S YOUR ULTIMATE GUIDE TO THE COPA AMERICA…

HOW DOES IT WORK?

The 2019 Copa America is a 12-team tournament, with three groups of four teams.

At the end of the group stage, the winners and runners-up progress straight to the quarter-finals, along with the two best third-placed teams. These teams are ranked based on points, then goal difference, goals scored, head-to-head result, head-to-head goal difference, head-to-head goals scored, fair play and finally if they still can’t be split, drawing of lots.

WHO’S THERE?

Group A: Brazil, Bolivia, Venezuela, Peru

Group B: Argentina, Colombia, Paraguay, Qatar

Group C: Uruguay, Ecuador, Japan, Chile

WHY ARE JAPAN AND QATAR THERE?!

With only 10 teams in the South American federation, additional invites are handed out to create a workable tournament structure. Initially six extra teams were to be invited, as was the case in 2016, but instead CONMEBOL opted to stick with 12 teams with Japan and Qatar invited.

The Japanese will feature in their second edition of the tournament, having picked up just one point in their exploits in 1993. It’s the first time Qatar will appear. Other teams to have taken part in the past include USA, Costa Rica, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico and Panama.

Reports suggest the Socceroos will join the gulf outfit in the 2020 iteration of the Copa America, after being invited to take part.

WHEN AND WHERE ARE THE GAMES?

Games will take place in six stadiums across five cities.

The tournament opener is at Estadio do Morumbi in Sao Paulo, while the final will be held at the Maracana in Rio de Janeiro.

Other venues include: Estadio Mineirao in Belo Horizonte, Arena do Gremio in Porto Alegre, Itaipava Arena Fonte Nova in Salvador and the Arena Corinthians in Sao Paulo.

Most matches are at very watchable times for Australian fans, with every match scheduled to kick off between 5am and 10:30am AEST.

Highlights with favourable viewing times include Argentina vs Colombia at 8am on June 16, Brazil vs Venezuela at 10:30am on June 19 and Chile vs Uruguay at 9am on June 25.

Some of football’s biggest stars will be on display as the 46th Copa America gets underway in Brazil on June 15.

Eyes will turn to South America as the continent’s heavyweights battle it out for glory, headlined by superstars such as Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez, Philippe Coutinho, Sergio Aguero, James Rodriguez and Edinson Cavani.

Stream every game of the 2019 Copa America LIVE with beIN SPORTS on KAYO. Get your 14 day free trial & start streaming instantly >

However the host nation will head into battle without their biggest name. After some of the craziest weeks of his career, Neymar misses the tournament with an ankle injury picked up just days after he was accused of rape and stripped of the national team captaincy.

But according to odds, it’s still Brazil’s tournament to lose, with the traditional powerhouse installed as short favourites to win their ninth Copa America crown. They’ll face heavy competition from the likes of Argentina, Uruguay and Colombia as well as reigning champs Chile.

Interestingly, a pair of teams rather familiar to Aussie fans lurk as dark horses after nabbing an invite to crash the South American party. Japan and Asian champions Qatar will take their places in the group stage – and the Socceroos will reportedly do the same in next year’s edition, but more on that later.

The tournament will be played at six stadiums across Brazil, with the final set to be hosted at the Maracana in Rio de Janeiro.

And there are plenty of storylines to sink your teeth into. With Cristiano Ronaldo lifting the inaugural Nations League title with Portugal this week, it’s Lionel Messi’s chance to respond as he attempts to finally hoist a major trophy with Argentina.

They haven’t won the Copa since 1993, and last time around the Barcelona superstar sensationally missed a spot kick in the final before announcing his retirement from the national team. Obviously, he later reneged!

Without Neymar, Brazil will need a new hero to emerge. Coutinho will be hoping to fill the creative void, no doubt keen to show his worth after a less than impressive season in La Liga. In a similar predicament is Chile’s Alexis Sanchez – now copping worldwide criticism after an appalling campaign with Manchester United.

The race is on to be crowned Kings of South America.

HERE’S YOUR ULTIMATE GUIDE TO THE COPA AMERICA…

HOW DOES IT WORK?

The 2019 Copa America is a 12-team tournament, with three groups of four teams.

At the end of the group stage, the winners and runners-up progress straight to the quarter-finals, along with the two best third-placed teams. These teams are ranked based on points, then goal difference, goals scored, head-to-head result, head-to-head goal difference, head-to-head goals scored, fair play and finally if they still can’t be split, drawing of lots.

WHO’S THERE?

Group A: Brazil, Bolivia, Venezuela, Peru

Group B: Argentina, Colombia, Paraguay, Qatar

Group C: Uruguay, Ecuador, Japan, Chile

WHY ARE JAPAN AND QATAR THERE?!

With only 10 teams in the South American federation, additional invites are handed out to create a workable tournament structure. Initially six extra teams were to be invited, as was the case in 2016, but instead CONMEBOL opted to stick with 12 teams with Japan and Qatar invited.

The Japanese will feature in their second edition of the tournament, having picked up just one point in their exploits in 1993. It’s the first time Qatar will appear. Other teams to have taken part in the past include USA, Costa Rica, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico and Panama.

Reports suggest the Socceroos will join the gulf outfit in the 2020 iteration of the Copa America, after being invited to take part.

WHEN AND WHERE ARE THE GAMES?

Games will take place in six stadiums across five cities.

The tournament opener is at Estadio do Morumbi in Sao Paulo, while the final will be held at the Maracana in Rio de Janeiro.

Other venues include: Estadio Mineirao in Belo Horizonte, Arena do Gremio in Porto Alegre, Itaipava Arena Fonte Nova in Salvador and the Arena Corinthians in Sao Paulo.

Most matches are at very watchable times for Australian fans, with every match scheduled to kick off between 5am and 10:30am AEST.

Highlights with favourable viewing times include Argentina vs Colombia at 8am on June 16, Brazil vs Venezuela at 10:30am on June 19 and Chile vs Uruguay at 9am on June 25.

Eyes will turn to South America as the continent’s heavyweights battle it out for glory, headlined by superstars such as Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez, Philippe Coutinho, Sergio Aguero, James Rodriguez and Edinson Cavani.

Stream every game of the 2019 Copa America LIVE with beIN SPORTS on KAYO. Get your 14 day free trial & start streaming instantly >

However the host nation will head into battle without their biggest name. After some of the craziest weeks of his career, Neymar misses the tournament with an ankle injury picked up just days after he was accused of rape and stripped of the national team captaincy.

But according to odds, it’s still Brazil’s tournament to lose, with the traditional powerhouse installed as short favourites to win their ninth Copa America crown. They’ll face heavy competition from the likes of Argentina, Uruguay and Colombia as well as reigning champs Chile.

Interestingly, a pair of teams rather familiar to Aussie fans lurk as dark horses after nabbing an invite to crash the South American party. Japan and Asian champions Qatar will take their places in the group stage – and the Socceroos will reportedly do the same in next year’s edition, but more on that later.

The tournament will be played at six stadiums across Brazil, with the final set to be hosted at the Maracana in Rio de Janeiro.

And there are plenty of storylines to sink your teeth into. With Cristiano Ronaldo lifting the inaugural Nations League title with Portugal this week, it’s Lionel Messi’s chance to respond as he attempts to finally hoist a major trophy with Argentina.

They haven’t won the Copa since 1993, and last time around the Barcelona superstar sensationally missed a spot kick in the final before announcing his retirement from the national team. Obviously, he later reneged!

Without Neymar, Brazil will need a new hero to emerge. Coutinho will be hoping to fill the creative void, no doubt keen to show his worth after a less than impressive season in La Liga. In a similar predicament is Chile’s Alexis Sanchez – now copping worldwide criticism after an appalling campaign with Manchester United.

The race is on to be crowned Kings of South America.

HERE’S YOUR ULTIMATE GUIDE TO THE COPA AMERICA…

HOW DOES IT WORK?

The 2019 Copa America is a 12-team tournament, with three groups of four teams.

At the end of the group stage, the winners and runners-up progress straight to the quarter-finals, along with the two best third-placed teams. These teams are ranked based on points, then goal difference, goals scored, head-to-head result, head-to-head goal difference, head-to-head goals scored, fair play and finally if they still can’t be split, drawing of lots.

WHO’S THERE?

Group A: Brazil, Bolivia, Venezuela, Peru

Group B: Argentina, Colombia, Paraguay, Qatar

Group C: Uruguay, Ecuador, Japan, Chile

WHY ARE JAPAN AND QATAR THERE?!

With only 10 teams in the South American federation, additional invites are handed out to create a workable tournament structure. Initially six extra teams were to be invited, as was the case in 2016, but instead CONMEBOL opted to stick with 12 teams with Japan and Qatar invited.

The Japanese will feature in their second edition of the tournament, having picked up just one point in their exploits in 1993. It’s the first time Qatar will appear. Other teams to have taken part in the past include USA, Costa Rica, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico and Panama.

Reports suggest the Socceroos will join the gulf outfit in the 2020 iteration of the Copa America, after being invited to take part.

WHEN AND WHERE ARE THE GAMES?

Games will take place in six stadiums across five cities.

The tournament opener is at Estadio do Morumbi in Sao Paulo, while the final will be held at the Maracana in Rio de Janeiro.

Other venues include: Estadio Mineirao in Belo Horizonte, Arena do Gremio in Porto Alegre, Itaipava Arena Fonte Nova in Salvador and the Arena Corinthians in Sao Paulo.

Most matches are at very watchable times for Australian fans, with every match scheduled to kick off between 5am and 10:30am AEST.

Highlights with favourable viewing times include Argentina vs Colombia at 8am on June 16, Brazil vs Venezuela at 10:30am on June 19 and Chile vs Uruguay at 9am on June 25.

Some of football’s biggest stars will be on display as the 46th Copa America gets underway in Brazil on June 15.

Eyes will turn to South America as the continent’s heavyweights battle it out for glory, headlined by superstars such as Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez, Philippe Coutinho, Sergio Aguero, James Rodriguez and Edinson Cavani.

Stream every game of the 2019 Copa America LIVE with beIN SPORTS on KAYO. Get your 14 day free trial & start streaming instantly >

However the host nation will head into battle without their biggest name. After some of the craziest weeks of his career, Neymar misses the tournament with an ankle injury picked up just days after he was accused of rape and stripped of the national team captaincy.

But according to odds, it’s still Brazil’s tournament to lose, with the traditional powerhouse installed as short favourites to win their ninth Copa America crown. They’ll face heavy competition from the likes of Argentina, Uruguay and Colombia as well as reigning champs Chile.

Interestingly, a pair of teams rather familiar to Aussie fans lurk as dark horses after nabbing an invite to crash the South American party. Japan and Asian champions Qatar will take their places in the group stage – and the Socceroos will reportedly do the same in next year’s edition, but more on that later.

The tournament will be played at six stadiums across Brazil, with the final set to be hosted at the Maracana in Rio de Janeiro.

And there are plenty of storylines to sink your teeth into. With Cristiano Ronaldo lifting the inaugural Nations League title with Portugal this week, it’s Lionel Messi’s chance to respond as he attempts to finally hoist a major trophy with Argentina.

They haven’t won the Copa since 1993, and last time around the Barcelona superstar sensationally missed a spot kick in the final before announcing his retirement from the national team. Obviously, he later reneged!

Without Neymar, Brazil will need a new hero to emerge. Coutinho will be hoping to fill the creative void, no doubt keen to show his worth after a less than impressive season in La Liga. In a similar predicament is Chile’s Alexis Sanchez – now copping worldwide criticism after an appalling campaign with Manchester United.

The race is on to be crowned Kings of South America.

HERE’S YOUR ULTIMATE GUIDE TO THE COPA AMERICA…

HOW DOES IT WORK?

The 2019 Copa America is a 12-team tournament, with three groups of four teams.

At the end of the group stage, the winners and runners-up progress straight to the quarter-finals, along with the two best third-placed teams. These teams are ranked based on points, then goal difference, goals scored, head-to-head result, head-to-head goal difference, head-to-head goals scored, fair play and finally if they still can’t be split, drawing of lots.

WHO’S THERE?

Group A: Brazil, Bolivia, Venezuela, Peru

Group B: Argentina, Colombia, Paraguay, Qatar

Group C: Uruguay, Ecuador, Japan, Chile

WHY ARE JAPAN AND QATAR THERE?!

With only 10 teams in the South American federation, additional invites are handed out to create a workable tournament structure. Initially six extra teams were to be invited, as was the case in 2016, but instead CONMEBOL opted to stick with 12 teams with Japan and Qatar invited.

The Japanese will feature in their second edition of the tournament, having picked up just one point in their exploits in 1993. It’s the first time Qatar will appear. Other teams to have taken part in the past include USA, Costa Rica, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico and Panama.

Reports suggest the Socceroos will join the gulf outfit in the 2020 iteration of the Copa America, after being invited to take part.

WHEN AND WHERE ARE THE GAMES?

Games will take place in six stadiums across five cities.

The tournament opener is at Estadio do Morumbi in Sao Paulo, while the final will be held at the Maracana in Rio de Janeiro.

Other venues include: Estadio Mineirao in Belo Horizonte, Arena do Gremio in Porto Alegre, Itaipava Arena Fonte Nova in Salvador and the Arena Corinthians in Sao Paulo.

Most matches are at very watchable times for Australian fans, with every match scheduled to kick off between 5am and 10:30am AEST.

Highlights with favourable viewing times include Argentina vs Colombia at 8am on June 16, Brazil vs Venezuela at 10:30am on June 19 and Chile vs Uruguay at 9am on June 25.

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