The return of the Copa Libertadores 2020 is a reality. The maximum club tournament in South America returns today, September 15, after a long period of more than 6 months, which originated due to the pandemic of the coronavirus. From this Tuesday the most powerful clubs in the continent will look for the coveted cup, although for this they will have to pass the group stage, eighth, quarterfinals, semifinals and finally the long-awaited final. Check below the fixture, group table, and where to watch the tournament where Peru, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay, Bolivia, Ecuador and Venezuela will seek to achieve glory.
Fixture and schedules for this week: Copa Libertadores matches- Date 3
Tuesday, September 15
- Group C | Colo Colo vs. Peñarol | 19:15 hours.
- Group C | Jorge Wilstermann vs. Athletico Paranaense | 19:15 hours.
- Group D | Binational vs. Quito League | 21:30 hours.
- Group G | Santos vs. Olimpia | 21:30 hours.
Wednesday September 16
- Group F | Merida students vs. Lima Alliance | 19:15 hours.
- Group E | International vs. America from Cali | 19:15 hours.
- Group B | Bolivar vs. Palm trees | 21:30 hours.
- Group H | Independent Medellín vs. Caracas | 21:30 hours.
- Group E | Catholic University vs. Guild | 21:30 hours.
Thursday September 17
- Group F | Racing vs. National, 5:00 p.m.
- Group G | Defense and Justice vs. Dolphin, 7:00 p.m.
- Group D | Sao Paulo vs. River Plate, 7:00 pm.
- Group A | Independent of the Valley vs. Flamengo, 9:00 p.m.
- Group H | Freedom vs. Boca Juniors, 9:00 p.m.
- Group A | Barcelona vs. Junior, 23:00 hours.
- Group B | Guaraní vs. Tigre, 11:00 p.m.
Tuesday September 22
- Group A: Barcelona vs. Flamengo, 19:15 hours.
- Group F: Students of Mérida vs. National, 7:15 p.m.
- Group B: Tiger vs. Bolívar, 7:15 p.m.
- Group D: Binational vs. River Plate, 9:30 p.m.
- Group A: Junior vs. Independiente del Valle, 9:30 p.m.
- Group D: Liga de Quito vs. Sao Paulo, 21:30 hours.
Wednesday September 23
- Group C: Athletico Parananse vs. Colo Colo, 7:15 pm.
- Group H: Caracas vs. Freedom, 7:15 p.m.
- Group G: Defense and Justice vs. Olympia, 7:15 p.m.
- Group F: Alianza Lima vs. Racing, 9:30 p.m.
- Group E: America de Cali vs. Catholic University, 9:30 p.m.
- Group B: Guaraní vs. Palmeiras, 21:30 hours.
- Group E: International vs. Gremio, 21:30 hours.
Thursday September 24
- Group C: Jorge Wilstermann vs. Peñarol, 7:00 p.m.
- Group H: Independiente Medellín vs. Boca, 9:00 p.m.
- Group G: Dolphin vs. Santos, 11:00 p.m.
What are the groups of the Copa Libertadores
Group A of the Copa Libertadores 2020
- Independent of the Valle
Group B of the Copa Libertadores 2020
- Palm Trees
Group C of the Copa Libertadores 2020
- Colo Colo
- Atlético Paranaense
- Jorge Wilstermann
Group D of the Copa Libertadores 2020
- River Plate
- Sao Paulo
- League of Quito
Group E of the Copa Libertadores 2020
- Catholic University
- Cali America
- Porto Alegre International
Group F of the Copa Libertadores 2020
- Lima Alliance
- Merida students
Group G of the Copa Libertadores 2020
- Defense and Justice
Group H of the Copa Libertadores 2020
- Boca Juniors
Where the 2020 Copa Libertadores final will be played
For this occasion, the CONMEBOL decided that the single party is played in the mythical Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro. The previous final in 2019 was played in the Monumental stadium of Sports University.
It should be remembered that the champion of this edition will play the Club World Cup 2020 and 2021, the South American Recopa 2021 against the 2020 Copa Sudamericana champion and will also advance to the group stage of the Copa Libertadores de América 2021.
How to watch CONMEBOL Libertadores matches on Facebook?
From cell phone:
- Enter the application Facebook.
- Click on the icon Watch or locate Watch in the menu.
- Type in the search engine CONMEBOL Libertadores and follow the page. With this the matches will be added to your list.
How to watch on desktop:
- First you must access the page www.facebook.com.
- Click on the Facebook Watch icon in the menu on the left side or visit facebook.com/watch.
- I searched CONMEBOL Libertadores and follow the page. The matches will be added to your list.
What is Facebook Watch?
The first thing you should know is that Facebook Watch is a platform videos created by the application itself. You can find a wide range of content – from comedies and dramas, to series, and live sports-. It’s a personalized viewing experience where you can discover new series based on what your friends are watching.
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