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Updated Copa América 2021 bracket

Bolivia and Venezuela have been knocked out of the 2021 Copa América tournament, which leaves eight teams moving into the quarterfinals of the competition that is hosted in Brazil.

All of the games will be shown live across English-language and Spanish-language television. This weekend, the following teams will face each other in the final eight: Peru vs. Paraguay, Brazil vs. Chile, Argentina vs. Ecuador and Uruguay vs. Colombia. Most experts are predicting a Brazil versus Argentina final, but there’s a long way to go before that may happen.

To make sure you don’t miss a match, we’ve updated our Copa América bracket for you. See below for more details.

Click the image to download it to your computer or mobile phone:

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Designed by graphic artist Aram Gumusyan (@aghease), the 2021 Copa América bracket features the TV listings for viewers in the United States.

Have any questions about the 2021 Copa América bracket? Let us know in the comments section below.


Copa America TV schedule

All times Eastern.



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  1. locofooty

    July 2, 2021 at 1:55 pm

    @dave True. The bracket would be a bit more balanced in theory, but the outcome could still be rematches from the Group Stage. Just not enough teams to avoid each other.

  2. dave

    July 2, 2021 at 12:19 pm

    @locofooty the odd part of the Copa bracket is that chalk would lead to A1-A2 in one semifinal and B1-B2 in the other. I think @NashRambler is suggesting they could have placed A1/B4 and B2/A3 on one side, and B1/A4 and A2/B3 on the other side. Chalk would then produce A1-B2 and B1-A2 in the semifinals. Agree with your main point that 4 of 5 qualifying for the knockouts is other than optimal

  3. locofooty

    July 2, 2021 at 10:05 am

    @NashRambler CONMEBOL is a mess, organizationally speaking. 4 out of 5 teams qualified. Kinda hard to avoid seeing the same team you saw in the Group stage.

  4. NashRambler

    July 1, 2021 at 6:15 pm

    It seems odd that the bracket is set-up such that if the 1st and 2nd place teams from each of the 2 groups win in the quarterfinals they will play a second time in the semi-finals. Tournaments seem to usually be set up so that teams who play each other in the group stage will not play a second time unless they make the final.

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