The Copa Americas 2018 – the most prestigious soccer tournament in the world – will be played from July 4-6 in Mexico City.
There are no more excuses for not watching every game.
With the tournament underway, the time zone change has been officially announced and the dates have been confirmed.
Here’s everything you need to know.
July 4-5: Mexico City, Mexico (8:30 pm local time)The tournament kicks off on the evening of July 4, when it will be hosted by Mexico’s top club, Tigres UANL, against Colombian club Santos Laguna.
The match will be broadcast live on Univision.
It will be televised by El Deportivo de Televisa (DTN), the national broadcaster of Mexico.
June 25-26: Los Angeles, California (8 pm local) El Deportico de Telegraereo will be showing the final between Los Angeles Galaxy and Portland Timbers, a friendly between Mexico’s two most successful clubs, FC Dallas and Tigres.
This match will also be televised on Univício Deportiva de Telemundo.
March 23-24: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (9:30 am local)This is the final game of the Copacabana 2017 tournament between Uruguay and Paraguay, played in Rio de, Brazil.
That game was also televised by the Univision Deportes de Telemetro (UTN), which has a strong relationship with the US national team.
April 3-4: Atlanta, Georgia (10:00 am local)(ESPN2) The first leg of the CONCACAF Champions League quarter-finals will be staged on April 3-5 in Atlanta, where the winner of the game between Manchester City and Barcelona will face the winner in the group stage.
And on that same day, there will be a game between Real Madrid and Bayer Leverkusen, the first meeting of the Champions League round of 32.
May 23-25: Columbus, Ohio (10 am local, ESPN2)The Columbus Crew and New York City FC will meet on May 23-23 in Columbus, where both sides will be playing for a spot in the quarter-final stage of the competition.
On the same day as the Columbus game, the MLS Cup final will be held in New York, where Toronto FC and the New England Revolution will face off.
August 9-10: Toronto, Ontario (10 pm local, TSN) In Toronto, the Red Bulls host the Montreal Impact on August 9-11 in a rematch of the MLS Championship, which saw the Red Wings beat the Impact 3-1 at Red Bull Arena.
Toronto’s MLS Cup-winning season has already been ended.
September 15-16: Los Angles, California, USA (10 p.m local, Univision) “El Deporter” will be on Unividad, Unividade Federal de la Unidos de Los Angeles (UEL), and UniMas in Los Angeles.
“Espanol”, the Spanish language channel, will be broadcasting the match.
October 17-18: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (10 a.m. local, CBC) A home-and-away game between Vancouver Whitecaps FC and Vancouver Whitecap FC will be shown on CBC and TSN.
Saturday’s match between the Vancouver White Lions and Colorado Rapids will also broadcast on TSN and CBC.
November 2-3: Los Gatos, California The MLS season has kicked off in LA.
Tigres UADL will be facing Tigres FC in a friendly, which will be aired on TEGEN, the Spanish-language channel of TIGRES.
Thursday’s match against Sporting KC will be seen on ESPN2, while the final will also feature on TEN.
January 14-15: Vancouver Vancouver is one of three cities in North America that will be hosting the Copas America 2018.
Its games are on TBS, TBS2, TEN and TEN+ and its MLS Cup win was last seen in 2012.
February 8-9: Atlanta Atlanta’s matches on TELUS will be watched live and streamed on TESN and TELAR.
March 8-10-11: Orlando There will be no Sunday matches for the Copases Americas.
ESPN will be televising all matches.
A number of games will be scheduled for April 12-14 in Los Banos, Puerto Rico.
In Puerto Rico, there is also a Copas Americas match on April 17-19, which is also televised on TEXAS TEN, TEXAMON, and TEXANS TELEGRAPH.
Mexico City will host the Copase Americas on April 24-26.
Brasilia is scheduled to host