Canada vs Venezuela Copa America 2024 Time, Live Stream, TV Channel, Lineups for Quarter-Final Match

In the quarterfinals of the Copa America on Friday in Arlington, Texas, Venezuela and Canada will compete for a place in the last four, where they will face either Argentina or Ecuador.

Although Canada has only taken part in two World Cups and has not yet scored any points, it has already made its mark by reaching the knockout rounds in its first Copa America season.

Venezuela, which has never played in a World Cup and has rarely made it past the quarter-finals of the Copa America, is now hoping to reach the semi-finals. The team has improved significantly in recent decades and is just one win away from a possible clash with Argentina.

Can they make it to the end? Venezuela's only defeats last year were against Colombia and Italy, and their form suggests they have a chance of winning another title in this tournament.

With both teams having their own historic milestones at stake in this game, an exciting battle is expected in Arlington, Texas.

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When is kick-off Canada vs Venezuela?

This Copa America match kicks off at 8:00 p.m. on Friday, July 5 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

This is how the time is converted in all time zones in North America:

Date Kick-off time
Easter time Fri., 5 July 9.00
Central Time Fri., 5 July 8:00 pm
Mountain time Fri., 5 July 19.00
Pacific Time Fri., 5 July 18:00 hrs
Alaska ST Fri., 5 July 5.00
Hawaii ST Fri., 5 July 3:00 p.m.

Canada vs Venezuela Live Stream, TV Channel

  • TV channels (USA): FS1, Univision, TUDN
  • Streaming (US): Fubo, Fox Sports App, Univision Now, TUDN App/Website, ViX
  • TV channels (Canada): TSN 1, 4, CTV 2, RDS
  • Streaming (Canada): TSN+, CTV app, RDS app

UNITED STATES: Canada vs. Venezuela at AT&T Stadium will be broadcast in the U.S. on FS1, with Spanish-language coverage on Univision and TUDN. All three channels can be streamed on Fubo, with the latter offering a FREE seven-day trial.

Canada: All Copa America matches can be watched in Canada on the respective TV channel and TSN's live streaming services. CTV also owns the rights to this match, while RDS offers French-language options.

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Lineups and team news for Canada vs. Venezuela

Canada suffers a significant setback with Tajon Buchanan Unavailable due to a broken tibia that required surgery. Ismael Konewho recently signed with Ligue 1 side Marseille, is likely to return to the team after missing the final group match.

JonathanDavidwho scored Canada's only goal in the group stage, continues to be a key player for the Canucks. Goalkeeper Maxime Crepeau will look to maintain his impressive form after failing to concede a goal in two games.

Canada’s expected starting lineup (4-2-3-1): Crepeau (GK) – Johnston, Bombito, Cornelius, Davies – Kone, Eustaquio – Ahmed, David, Laryea – Larin.

Venezuela must Darwin Machiswho received his second yellow card on the third matchday. Nahuel Ferraresi And Miguel Navarro should return to the starting line-up after being kept off the field against Jamaica to avoid further yellow cards.

Yeferson Soteldo is expected to regain his place in midfield and replace Machis. Jefferson Savarino And Christian Casseres are also pushing for a place in the starting eleven in attacking midfield.

Salomon RondonVenezuela's record goalscorer will be looking to improve his goal tally after scoring his second goal of the competition against Jamaica. Edward Bello And Eric Ramirezwho both scored a goal on matchday three, are also important attacking options for La Vinotinto.

Venezuela’s expected starting lineup (4-2-3-1): Romo (GK) – Aramburu, Ferraresi, Y. Osorio, Navarro – Martinez, Herrera – Bello, Casseres, Soteldo – Rondon.

Prediction Canada vs. Venezuela

  • Result prediction: Canada – Venezuela 1:1 (Venezuela wins on penalties)

The Canadians have shown resilience throughout the tournament, but Venezuela's experience and composure will be crucial, especially from key players like Salomon Rondon.

We expect Venezuela to hold their nerve in a thrilling penalty shootout and advance to the semi-finals.