Copa America 2019: Where to Watch Quarter-Finals, Live Stream, Latest Odds, TV Schedule

The Copa America comes to a boil this week as the formalities of the group phase have been exhausted and the knockout stages kick off Thursday.

There are few certainties as the tournament enters its quarter-finals, chief among them the fact Brazil and Argentina will not meet in the final, after the Albiceleste finished second in Group B.

The hosts haven't been entirely convincing but arrive at the knockout stage as Group A winners on the back of a thumping 5-0 over Peru. Argentina, meanwhile, needed a 2-0 win over Qatar in the final game of Group B to qualify after losing to Colombia and drawing against Paraguay.

The two-time World Cup winners have shown little to indicate a 26-year wait for a Copa America title could come to an end this month, but it is never wise to bet against Lionel Messi.

Elsewhere, Colombia won all its three group games without conceding a goal, reasserting its status as the tournament dark horse, while Uruguay and Chile battled it out for supremacy in Group C and have reasons for optimism and worry in equal measure.

Here's everything you need to know ahead of the quarter-finals.

Willian, Brazil
Willian of Brazil celebrates after scoring the fifth goal of his team during the Copa America Brazil 2019 group A match between Peru and Brazil at Arena Corinthians on June 22 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Buda Mendes/Getty

Which teams are in the quarter-finals?

Brazil has qualified after topping Group A, while Colombia is the only team to arrive in the quarter-finals with a 100 percent record after winning each of its three games in Group B.

Fellow group winner Uruguay has also qualified, as have Venezuela, Argentina and Chile who finished second in their respective groups.

Peru and Paraguay have progressed to the quarter-finals as the two best-ranked third teams.

When do the quarter-finals start?

The knockout stage of the Copa America gets underway on Thursday, June 27, with the last quarter-final scheduled for Saturday, June 29.

TV channel

Every game in the knockout stage will be available in the U.S., with ESPN+ providing coverage in English and Portuguese.

Meanwhile, Telemundo Deportes will broadcast every game in Spanish across their networks of Telemundo and Universo.

Live stream

All the knockout stage games will be available to be streamed via ESPN+ and Telemundo digital platforms. Live streams will also be available on fuboTV, Sling Blue, Hulu Live and PlayStation Vue.


According to VegasInsider, at 1/1 Brazil is the bookmakers' favorite to win the tournament, followed by Uruguay at 4/1 and Colombia and Argentina at 6/1.

Schedule (all times ET)

Thursday, June 27

  • Brazil vs Paraguay 8:30 p.m., ESPN+, Telemundo

Friday, June 28

  • Venezuela vs Argentina 3 p.m., ESPN+, Telemundo
  • Colombia vs Chile 7 p.m., ESPN+, Telemundo

Saturday, June 29

  • Peru vs Uruguay 3 p.m., ESPN+, Telemundo