Top 10 Reasons To Watch Copa America

#10. A Century

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In 1916 Europe was tearing itself apart in what you might know as First World War. On the other side of the Atlantic, in South America, Argentina, Chile, Uruguay and Brazil were setting their differences on the football pitch. South America 1-0 Europe


#9. Best Fans

#9 Best fans

No explanations needed here.


#8. Something Crazy Is Bound To Happen


We’ll see the most unique (or horrendous) hairstyles in international soccer on display, or we could have a referee send off four players in five minutes(again).


#7. Best Players

#7James Rodriguez

Sure, there will be many top class players in this summer’s European Championship, however there will be more superstars in USA starting June 3rd delighting the crowds. And, the best part, Germany isn’t taking part, so everyone has a chance at the trophy. South America 2-0 Europe.


#6. Once In A Lifetime

#6 Centenario

Copa America Centenario is something apart, it’s not every day, every year, or even every four-year’s tournament, it’s 100 years! It’s history in the making. We’re not trying to be morbid or anything, but chances you’ll see the next Centenario in 2116 live are pretty slim. Go one, tune in for this one. Copa America Centenario 1-0 Future


#5. How Brazil Performs Without Neymar

#5 Neymar

Brazil’s captain has decided to forego this tournament in favor of the Olympics. Although, Brazil is talented from top to bottom it will be interesting to watch who will step up in his absence. Players such as Hulk, William or Douglas Costa could make a difference. Brazil 1-0 All the time.


#4. Lionel Messi

#4 Lionel Messi

Having Europe and Barcelona at his feet is one thing, having the whole of Argentina worshiping him as a god in footballing form is another. Leo Messi knows that, so expect to see him drag Argentina (again!) to the final of a major tournament. Leo Messi 1-0 Internet Warriors.


#3. Played In The USA

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Everything is bigger in the United States. The skyscrapers, the canions, the burgers, the stadiums! All the venues spanned across ten cities have a minimum capacity of 50 thousand and all 32 matches will air in prime-time. Football fan convenience 1-0 Geographic positioning.


#2. Reggae Boys

#2 Wes Morgan

The man who captained Leicester City to Premier League glory sets foot on US soil to captain Jamaica’s aspirations. After ending as runners-up at last year’s Gold Cup, the Reggae Boys have high hopes. Jamaica 1-0 Odds to Win Copa America


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#1 fuboTV

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