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Copa America 2015 Warm Up Matches Schedule | Friendly Fixtures

Copa America 2015 Warm Up Matches Schedule | Friendly Fixtures

Copa America 2015 Warm Up Matches Schedule | Friendly Fixtures: CONMEBOL has announced the schedule of Copa America 2015 warm up matches that will be played just before the kick off of the tournament. The first friendly game will be played between Senegal and Mexico. All 12 participating football teams will take as warm up matches as there are few days to go for the final matches. Schedule of Copa America 2015 is revealed and all teams are preparing for the 44th edition of this competition. You are here, that means you are looking for warm up fixtures of CA2015 matches. So scroll down this page and get what you are searching for.

Copa America 2015 warm up matches schedule

Copa America 2015 Warm Up Matches Schedule

Given below are the fixtures of friendly games of 2015 Copa America. Have a look.

MatchDateVenue
Mexico vs Senegal30 MayEstadio Victor Manuel Reyna, Tuxtla Gutierrez
Bolivia vs Venezuela31 MayEstadio Malvinas Argentinas, Mendoza
Panama vs Ecuador03 JuneEstadio Rommel Fernandez, Panama City
Peru vs Mexico03 JuneEstadio Nacional, Lima
Chile vs El Salvador05 JuneEstadio Sausalito, Vina del Mar
Argentina vs Bolivia06 JuneEstadio del Bicentenario, San Juan
Colombia vs Costa Rica06 JuneNuevo Gasometro, Buenos Aires
Paraguay vs Honduras06 JuneDefensores del Chaco, Asuncion
Uruguay vs Guatemala06 JuneEstadio Centenario, Montevideo
Brazil vs Mexico07 JuneAllianz Parque, Sao Paulo
Ecuador vs Panama07 JuneEstadio Reales Tamarindos, Portoviejo
Brazil vs Honduras10 JuneEstadio Beira-Rio, Porto Alegre

The competition begins from 11th June 2015. Chile and Ecuador will play the opening game of the tournament after an opening ceremony. Defending champions Uruguay will be looking to defend their title, whereas the vice world cup champions are upgraded and are looking more hunger for the title win. So these are the warm up matches of Copa America 2015 football championship. Share this if you think it’s useful.

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