The fourth Copa since 2015, the likes of Lionel Messi and Neymar have been prominent, with Argentina and Brazil considered favorites to win the coveted trophy.
With the competition coming to an end, Goal brings you everything you need to know about when the final is, how to watch it on TV, and more.
The Copa America 2021 final will take place in Brazil on Saturday, July 10, 2021, at 9 p.m. local time.
Due to the time difference, it will take place on Sunday, July 11 at 6 a.m. NST in the United Kingdom (UK).
The Copa America will be broadcast live on the BBC Red Button service in the United Kingdom, with the BBC owning the broadcast rights. It will be available for live streaming online via the BBC iPlayer.
The Copa final will be broadcast on Fox Sports 1 and Univision in the United States, with streaming platforms such as the TUDN app, Univision NOW, and the Fox Sports app also carrying the game.
Brazil will face Argentina in the Copa America final in 2021. Following the conclusion of the second of the two semi-final games on Wednesday, July 7 (in the UK), the teams were announced.
The Copa America 2021 final will be held at Rio de Janeiro’s Maracana Stadium. The iconic venue will host the second Copa America final in a row, having previously hosted the 2019 Copa America final, and the third time overall.
The stadium, located in Rio de Janeiro’s Maracana neighborhood, is one of the world’s largest football grounds and has hosted two World Cup finals as well as the Olympics.
It was first opened in 1950 and has a current capacity of just under 80,000 for football matches, but it has previously held nearly 200,000 spectators.
How many fans can attend the Copa America 2021 final?
There have been no spectators at any of the competition’s games, and while there have been rumors of a limited number being allowed into the Maracana, nothing official confirms that.