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Now the groups have been decided and the Copa America Schedule has been fully announced, we can start seeing how the tournament will shape up.
For full info of the upcoming Copa America Centenario calendar, check out our handy guide which you can print out.
Colombia, Costa Rica, Paraguay, United States
June 3: United States vs. Colombia (Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara)
June 4: Costa Rica vs. Paraguay (Citrus Bowl, Orlando)
June 7: United States vs. Costa Rica (Soldier Field, Chicago)
June 7: Colombia vs. Paraguay (Rose Bowl, Pasadena)
June 11: United States vs. Paraguay (Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia)
June 11: Colombia vs. Costa Rica (NRG Stadium, Houston)
Brazil, Ecuador, Haiti, Peru
June 4: Haiti vs. Peru (CenturyLink Field, Seattle)
June 4: Brazil vs. Ecuador (Rose Bowl, Pasadena)
June 8: Brazil vs. Haiti (Orlando Citrus Bowl, Orlando)
June 8: Ecuador vs. Peru (Phoenix Stadium, Glendale)
June 12: Ecuador vs. Haiti (MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford)
June 12: Brazil vs. Peru (Gillette Stadium, Foxborough)
Jamaica, Mexico, Uruguay, Venezuela
June 5: Jamaica vs. Venezuela (Soldier Field, Chicago)
June 5: Mexico vs. Uruguay (Phoenix Stadium, Glendale)
June 9: Uruguay vs. Venezuela (Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia)
June 9: Mexico vs. Jamaica (Rose Bowl, Pasadena)
June 13: Mexico vs. Venezuela (NRG Stadium, Houston)
June 13: Uruguay vs. Jamaica (Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara)
Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Panama
June 6: Panama vs. Bolivia (Orlando Citrus Bowl, Orlando)
June 6: Argentina vs. Chile (Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara)
June 10: Chile vs. Bolivia (Gillette Stadium, Foxborough)
June 10: Argentina vs. Panama (Soldier Field, Chicago)
June 14: Chile vs. Panama (Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia)
June 14: Argentina vs. Bolivia (CenturyLink Field, Seattle)
June 16: Winner Group A vs. Runner-up Group B (CenturyLink Field, Seattle)
June 17: Winner Group B vs. Runner-up Group A (Met Life Stadium, East Rutherford)
June 18: Winner Group D vs. Runner-up Group C (Gillette Stadium, Foxborough)
June 19: Winner Group C vs. Runner-up Group D (Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara)
June 21: Winner Match 25 vs. Winner Match 27 (NRG Stadium, Houston)
June 22: Winner Match 26 vs. Winner Match 28 (Soldier Field, Chicago)
Third place play-off
June 25: Semi-final losing teams play each other to claim the third place position (University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale)
June 26: Semi-final winners play 90 minutes to claim the 2016 Copa America Centenario trophy (MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford)
Where to watch?
Now armed with your trusty Copa America Calendar, it’s time to plan where to view this summer’s events.
beIN Sports had the sole rights to the 2015 Copa America, but this year, thanks to the meteoric rise in the game’s popularity in the states, FOX Sports and ESPN also bid for English language viewing rights, with FOX and ESPN sealing exclusive coverage in the United States. FOX will also be broadcasting in Australia, for any Aussie viewers who want to follow the competition.
UK viewers will be able to view the Copa America via BT Sports.
Spanish company Univision have sealed a deal to cover the game in both South America and Spain itself. But viewers in Latin America can also view through ESPN, depending on their subscription status.
For those watching in the Middle East and Africa, beIN Sports will be offering the best coverage of the game, and some European nations, such as France, can also view through this provider.
Canadian fans will be able to find coverage via beIN Sports.
Fans who want to view the action live have a number of options available to them.
MLS season ticket holders are given a first choice option on all Copa America matches, meaning they can get early access to the biggest games, including the final.
The official United States soccer website offers fans the chance to put their name down on a waiting list, simply selecting which venue or which nation they prefer to see.
There are also a host of websites such as TicketMaster and Viagogo who offer tickets for the upcoming tournament, with prices varying widely, depending on the popularity of the match and the location of seats.
For more information on ticket options, and a comprehensive rundown of the Copa America 2016 venues, take a look at Bet O’Clock’s guide.