Scores & Fixtures 2019 Copa América
|Group stage||1||Fri||2019-06-14||21:30||Brazil br||3–0||bo Bolivia||46,342||Estádio do Morumbi (Neutral Site)||Néstor Pitana||Match Report|
|Group stage||1||Sat||2019-06-15||16:00||Venezuela ve||0–0||pe Peru||13,370||Arena do Grêmio (Neutral Site)||Wilmar Roldán||Match Report|
|Group stage||1||Sat||2019-06-15||19:00||Argentina ar||0–2||co Colombia||Itaipava Arena Fonte Nova (Neutral Site)||Roberto Tobar||Match Report|
|Group stage||1||Sun||2019-06-16||16:00||Paraguay py||2–2||qa Qatar||Estadio Jornalista Mário Filho (Neutral Site)||Diego Haro||Match Report|
|Group stage||1||Sun||2019-06-16||19:00||Uruguay uy||4–0||ec Ecuador||Estádio Governador Magalhães Pinto (Neutral Site)||Anderson Daronco||Match Report|
|Group stage||1||Mon||2019-06-17||20:00||Japan jp||0–4||cl Chile||Estádio do Morumbi (Neutral Site)||Mario Díaz de Vivar||Match Report|
|Group stage||2||Tue||2019-06-18||18:30||Bolivia bo||1–3||pe Peru||Estadio Jornalista Mário Filho (Neutral Site)||Roddy Zambrano||Match Report|
|Group stage||2||Tue||2019-06-18||21:30||Brazil br||0–0||ve Venezuela||Itaipava Arena Fonte Nova (Neutral Site)||Julio Bascuñán||Match Report|
|Group stage||2||Wed||2019-06-19||18:30||Colombia co||1–0||qa Qatar||Estádio do Morumbi (Neutral Site)||Alexis Herrera||Match Report|
|Group stage||2||Wed||2019-06-19||21:30||Argentina ar||1–1||py Paraguay||Estádio Governador Magalhães Pinto (Neutral Site)||Wilton Sampaio||Match Report|
|Group stage||2||Thu||2019-06-20||20:00||Uruguay uy||2–2||jp Japan||Arena do Grêmio (Neutral Site)||Andrés Rojas||Match Report|
|Group stage||2||Fri||2019-06-21||20:00||Ecuador ec||1–2||cl Chile||Itaipava Arena Fonte Nova (Neutral Site)||Patricio Loustau||Match Report|
|Group stage||3||Sat||2019-06-22||16:00||Peru pe||0–5||br Brazil||Estádio Governador Magalhães Pinto (Neutral Site)||Fernando Rapallini||Match Report|
|Group stage||3||Sat||2019-06-22||16:00||Bolivia bo||1–3||ve Venezuela||Arena Corinthians (Neutral Site)||Esteban Ostojich||Match Report|
|Group stage||3||Sun||2019-06-23||16:00||Qatar qa||0–2||ar Argentina||Arena do Grêmio (Neutral Site)||Julio Bascuñán||Match Report|
|Group stage||3||Sun||2019-06-23||16:00||Colombia co||1–0||py Paraguay||Itaipava Arena Fonte Nova (Neutral Site)||Víctor Carrillo||Match Report|
|Group stage||3||Mon||2019-06-24||20:00||Chile cl||0–1||uy Uruguay||57,442||Estadio Jornalista Mário Filho (Neutral Site)||Raphael Claus||Match Report|
|Group stage||3||Mon||2019-06-24||20:00||Ecuador ec||1–1||jp Japan||7,623||Estádio Governador Magalhães Pinto (Neutral Site)||Jesús Valenzuela||Match Report|
|Quarter-finals||Thu||2019-06-27||21:30||Brazil br||(4) 0–0 (3)||py Paraguay||44,902||Arena do Grêmio (Neutral Site)||Roberto Tobar||Match Report||Brazil won on penalty kicks following extra time|
|Quarter-finals||Fri||2019-06-28||16:00||Venezuela ve||0–2||ar Argentina||50,094||Estadio Jornalista Mário Filho (Neutral Site)||Wilmar Roldán||Match Report|
|Quarter-finals||Fri||2019-06-28||20:20||Colombia co||(4) 0–0 (5)||cl Chile||Arena Corinthians (Neutral Site)||Néstor Pitana||Match Report||Chile won on penalty kicks following extra time|
|Quarter-finals||Sat||2019-06-29||16:00||Uruguay uy||(4) 0–0 (5)||pe Peru||Itaipava Arena Fonte Nova (Neutral Site)||Wilton Sampaio||Match Report||Peru won on penalty kicks following extra time|
|Semi-finals||Tue||2019-07-02||21:30||Brazil br||2–0||ar Argentina||Estádio Governador Magalhães Pinto (Neutral Site)||Roddy Zambrano||Match Report|
|Semi-finals||Wed||2019-07-03||21:30||Chile cl||0–3||pe Peru||Arena do Grêmio (Neutral Site)||Wilmar Roldán||Match Report|
|Third-place match||Sat||2019-07-06||16:00||Argentina ar||2–1||cl Chile||Arena Corinthians (Neutral Site)||Mario Díaz de Vivar||Match Report|
|Final||Sun||2019-07-07||17:00||Brazil br||3–1||pe Peru||Estadio Jornalista Mário Filho (Neutral Site)||Roberto Tobar||Match Report|
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