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Copa America: Mexico vs. Ecuador and Chile vs Bolivia TV times

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Day 9 of Copa America kicks off today featuring Mexico against Ecuador and Chile vs Bolivia in the final games in the Group Stage for the respective teams.

For viewers in the United States, the game (and entire tournament) are being shown live and exclusively on beIN SPORTS.

Here’s the TV schedule for viewers in the United States:

Mexico vs Ecuador, 5pm ET, beIN SPORTS, beIN SPORTS Espańol and fuboTV

Chile vs Bolivia, 7:30pm ET, beIN SPORTS, beIN SPORTS Espańol and fuboTV

Programming note: In the United States, beIN SPORTS has the exclusive English-language and Spanish-language rights to the tournament. If your cable or satellite provider doesn’t offer beIN SPORTS, or you want to watch the games on your computer, mobile phone, tablet or Roku, sign up for a free trial to fuboTV to watch the games. And if you like what you see, fuboTV is just $6.99 per month. It’s completely legal and features HD-quality streams, but is only available to soccer fans in the United States.

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  1. Ivan

    June 19, 2015 at 10:02 pm

    Wow, didn’t see any of tonight’s games…based on the highlights, and what I’ve seen so far from this group, everybody wants Bolivia in the 1/4 finals…Chile should go to the semis’s, at least, host nation and a decent quality side.

    With Neymar’s extended suspension, that Venezuela game may be the last game they play in the tournament…

  2. shajib

    June 19, 2015 at 7:06 pm

    The Chileans need three points to win Group A, and they will have the chance to do so against surprising Bolivia. Check out the live streaming & TV info for Chile vs Bolivia below.

    After what has been a complicated week for the hosts, Jorge Sampaoli’s men will try to win one more time in front of their home crowd when they meet Bolivia in Group A’s final match. With both teams winning one game and drawing another (both were unable to beat Mexico), a draw could place them in the next stage of the tournament, but a loss by either one could jeopardize their presence in the knockout stages.

    This hasn’t been an easy Copa América edition for Chile. Added to the media hype, the pressure to show quality football, and their not so wonderful display on the pitch, the last few hours have been surrounded by controversy after Arturo Vidal crashed his car into a ditch while driving under the influence. Fans were displeased by the authorities “soft” punishment on Vidal, while coach Sampaoli did not even consider excluding the player. Now more than ever, La Roja needs to leave this all behind them and focus on the pitch, where a win will guarantee them the first place. Vidal’s performance in this game will be crucial, since he leads La Roja with three goals in two games.

    For Bolivia, this tournament has given them the chance to emerge. Led by striker Marcelo Moreno and midfielder Jhasmani Campos, the Bolivians shocked Ecuador with a 3-2 win, and managed to draw their first match against Mexico, practically winning their place in the final eight teams. A draw against the hosts could give them their first quarter-final spot since 1997, when they hosted the tournament and reached the finals. Coach Mauricio Soria, who won the silver medal with the team in 1997, surely knows how to motivate them for such a task, and the chance to make history is too close to ignore.

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