Chile will take part in the upcoming Copa America to take home the trophy for the third time in its history. Check out the La Rojas tournament schedule here.
SoccerChile’s Gary Medel celebrates a goal (Getty).
Chile will face it America’s Cup 2021 with the illusion of achieving the success they achieved in 2015 and 2016 when they defeated Argentina in the final in a row. However, Martin Lasarte’s team did not have the best run in preparation for the tournament.
Chile have drawn their last two games in the World Cup qualification. And both competed against rivals in their group. La Roja will travel to Brazil to regain the consistency shown in other years to at least reach the semi-finals as they did in 2019.
Chile was grouped with Argentina, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay. They will play in the cities of Rio de Janeiro, Goiânia, Cuiabá and Brasilia. It will certainly not be an easy group, but La Roja shouldn’t have any problems reaching the quarter-finals. See the schedule of Chile in America Cup 2021.
Chile versus Argentina – June 14th June
The second day of the Copa America will open with an exciting game between Chile and Argentina. The games of these two national teams are always close, as the last draw shows. You will be in. play Olympia Nilton Santos in Rio de Janeiro 5.00 (AND).
Chile v Bolivia – June 18 June
Your second game will be against Bolivia at the Pantanal Arena in the city of Cuiabá at 5:00 p.m. (ET). These two national teams came from a draw in the Conmebol World Cup Qualifiers 2022. This is an important match for both sides in terms of classification.
Chile – Uruguay – June 21st June
Chile will be back on the Pantanal Arena for matchday 3. But this time they face Uruguay umay 5:00 p.m. (ET). The last time they faced each other was in World Cup qualifiers and Uruguay beat Chile 2-1 in Montevideo.
Chile – Paraguay – June 24th June
Chile and Paraguay end the 4th matchday on Brasilia National Stadium at the 8:00 pm (ET). They have not faced each other since 2017, when Paraguay defeated Chile 3-0 for the 2018 World Cup qualification in Santiago.