ESPN+ is the home of Copa America’s quarterfinal action this week. That includes Brazil vs Paraguay on June 27, Venezuela vs Argentina and Columbia vs Chile on June 28, and Uruguay vs Peru on June 29.
During the Group Stage of Copa America, we’ve already seen Everton shining bright for Brazil, after he became the starter when Neymar got injured. Everton proved his worth through the Group Stage. Argentina barely escaped an embarrassing Group Stage elimination. Argentina is still looking to make it to the final and hope to end a 26-year title drought.
If you’re not into soccer (or football, as the rest of the world calls it), Wimbledon starts next week. ESPN+ will have daily coverage starting July 1 going through the finals on July 14. Wimbledon is the oldest tennis tournament int he world. Many tennis players regard Wimbledon as the most prestigious tournament too. It has been held at the All England Club in Wimbledon, London since 1877.
With Wimbledon, ESPN+ will have daily outer court coverage, throughout the tournament. This includes singles, doubles and juniors matches.
If that wasn’t enough for you, ESPN+ has a number of other big events coming up, that will be exclusive to the streaming service. Next weekend, UFC 239 will be taking place. Which features Jon Jones vs Thiago Santos, Amanda Nunes vs Holly Holm and ben Askren vs Jorge Masvidal. This is being pit as one of the best PPV’s the UFC has put on in quite a while – perhaps since UFC 200 when Brock Lesnar made his return.
Speaking of the UFC, Dan White Contender Series will be coming to ESPN+. New episodes will be available weekly, starting on Tuesday, July 9. UFC Fight Night Sacramento is also taking place on July 13. And UFC 240 will be taking place on July 27. Making July a pretty busy month in the world of ESPN+.
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