A Guide To The Copa America Centenario

Chile’s goalkeeper Claudio Bravo lifts the Copa America trophy after defeating Argentina in the final soccer match at the National Stadium in Santiago, Chile in 2015.
Chile's goalkeeper Claudio Bravo lifts the Copa America trophy after defeating Argentina in the final soccer match at the National Stadium in Santiago, Chile in 2015. The South American soccer championship is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. Luis Hidalgo, File / AP Photo
Chile’s goalkeeper Claudio Bravo lifts the Copa America trophy after defeating Argentina in the final soccer match at the National Stadium in Santiago, Chile in 2015.
Chile's goalkeeper Claudio Bravo lifts the Copa America trophy after defeating Argentina in the final soccer match at the National Stadium in Santiago, Chile in 2015. The South American soccer championship is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. Luis Hidalgo, File / AP Photo

A Guide To The Copa America Centenario

On this week’s Weekend Passport, we’re turning our attention to the Copa America Centenario. The South American soccer championship will be celebrating its 100th anniversary with its first ever competition in the United States featuring North American teams.

Soldier Field in Chicago will play host to three matches, including the Semifinal.

Freelance sports writer Dan Shalin and Worldview intern Reuben Unrau join Nari Safavi to preview the summer soccer extravaganza.