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Here’s how you can catch the final match of this year’s iteration of the world’s oldest international continental soccer/football competition.The Copa América schedule began one June 3 and saw the teams play through the group stage, which consisted of four groups from which the most successful advanced to the knockout state, a traditional tournament bracket.As for Argentina, they faced the United States in the semifinals and …well, there’s no polite way to describe how they made the American team look out there.While this summer's scorching temperatures—combined with the growing trend of going iced, iced baby for your morning cup o' joe—has made cold brew more popular than ever, clearly, people are already ready for fall: So far this year, searches for the Pumpkin Spice Latte have surpassed those for the trendy drink.It may seem difficult but it’s actually quite simple. The final match between Argentina and Chile is scheduled to take place on Sunday, June 26. You’ll be wanting to be set to watch the game when it starts at p.m. If you still want to go to a game while you can and cost is an issue, tickets for the third-place game between the U. and Colombia on Saturday, June 25, in Glendale, Arizona, are also available.In fact, given that the tournament is being held in the United States this year, it’s possible you could even attend the game in person! If a search for “Copa América final preview” or “Chile Argentina preview 2016” bring up year-old results, don’t be surprised; in a mirror of the recent NBA finals, this is a rematch from last year’s championships, which Chile won 4-1.And while they’ve looked similarly strong throughout this year’s tournament, the current Argentina team has shown a far better overall performance than in 2015 and looks more than strong enough to win (having Lionel Messi doesn’t hurt either).
Chile advanced with a 2-0 win over Colombia on Wednesday in a game that featured two-and-a-half hours between the first and second half due to a terrible thunderstorm.The extra planning time did little to help Colombia’s chances as Chile, coming off a 7-0 domination of Mexico in the quarterfinals and already having scored their two goals, maintained offense and even got more physical to control the pace of the game.