Everything you need to know about the continental decision maker, including the date and time, and TV coverage
The fourth Copa since 2015, as Lionel Messi and Neymar was in the forefront, with Argentina and Brazil among the favorites to lift the coveted trophy.
With the competition on its way to a close, Purpose gives you everything you need to know about when the final is, how to watch it on TV and more.
On this page
- When is the Copa America 2021 final?
- How to watch the Copa America 2021 final live on TV and stream online
- Which teams are in the Copa America 2021 final?
- Where will the Copa America 2021 final be played?
- How many fans can attend the Copa America 2021 final?
The Copa America 2021 final will be played on Saturday, 10 July 2021 at 21:00 local time in Brazil.
Due to time difference, in the United Kingdom (UK), it will take place strictly on Sunday 11 July at 01:00 BST.
In the United States (USA) it will be played on 20:00 ET on Saturday 10 July.
|British TV channel||British streaming|
|BBC Red Button||BBC iPlayer|
BBC has the broadcasting rights for the Copa America in the UK and it will be available to watch live on the BBC Red Button service. It will be available to stream live online via the BBC iPlayer.
|American TV channel||US streaming|
|Fox Sports 1 / Univision||TUDN app / Univision NOU / Fox Sports app|
Fox Sports 1 and Unit will show the Copa final on TV in the US, with streaming platforms such as the TUDN app, Univision NOW and the Fox Sports app also showing the game.
One of Brazil or Peru will play Argentina or Colombia in the Copa America 2021 final.
The teams will be confirmed on Wednesday 7 July (in the UK) following the second of the two semi-finals.
Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro the Copa America 2021 final is hosted.
This is the second Copa final in a row offering the iconic spot, which was last seen on stage for the Copa America final in 2019 and the third time overall.
The stadium, located in the Maracana region of Rio de Janeiro, is one of the largest soccer grounds in the world and has hosted two World Cup finals as well as the Olympic Games.
The current capacity, which was first opened in 1950, amounts to just under 80,000 football matches, but the venue has remarkably held nearly 200,000 spectators in the past.
Fans are not expected to be allowed to attend the Copa America 2021 final due to public health restrictions aimed at limiting the distribution of Covid-19.
No spectators attended any of the matches’ matches, and although there were rumors that there might be a limited number of entrants to the Maracana, no official confirmed the proposal.