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Copa América 2019 - A qué hora es el partido Brasil vs. Bolivia

Mira el horario del partido inaugural de la Copa América 2019.

VIERNES, 14 JUNIO

BRA - BOL
SÃO PAULO
ESTADIO MORUMBI
21:30 (hora local BRA)

Dónde verlo
Argentina: TV Publica, TyC Sports, TyC Max, DirecTV Sports
- Brasil: SporTV, Rede Globo, Rede Bandeirantes
- Bolivia: Tigo Sports, Tigo Sports +, DirecTV Sports
- Canadá: TSN
- Chile: Canal 13, TVN, DirecTV Sports
- Colombia: Caracol Television, RCN Television, Win Sports, DirecTV Sports
- Costa Rica: Teletica
- Ecuador: Gama TV, TC Television, DirecTV Sports
- El Salvador: Canal 4
- Estados Unidos: Telemundo
- México: 
Televisa, TV Azteca, TDN – Más Información
- Paraguay:
Telefuturo, Tigo Sports, Tigo Max, DirecTV Sports
- Perú: America Television, DirecTV Sports
- Uruguay: Teledoce, Tenfield, campo deportivo, DirecTV Sports
- Venezuela: Venevision, DirecTV Sports

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