University: confirmed dates and times of the matches in Phase 2 of Copa Libertadores | PHOTOS

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Lima, December 21, 2021Updated on 12/21/2021 09:59 am

Sports University already knows the dates and times to play Phase 2 of the Copa Libertadores against the winner of the key that make up Barcelona of Ecuador and Montevideo City Torque of Uruguay in Phase 1 of the competition. This Tuesday, Conmebol released the complete information.

The debut of the meringues will be on Wednesday February 23 in Guayaquil (Banco Pichincha Stadium) or Montevideo (Centenario Stadium). In the document published by the sports institution, the schedule has not yet been confirmed, but it places as a reference the Brazilian who has two hours more than in Peru. So, the ‘U’ would premiere at 7:30 at night.

Likewise, the fixture shared by Conmebol indicates that the rematch will take place on Wednesday, March 2 at the National Stadium in Lima from 7:30 p.m. The adversary, as is known, will come out of the cross between Barcelona and Montevideo that will be measured in the first round on February 8 (first leg) and February 15 (second leg).

César Vallejo’s party

The team coached by José Guillermo del Solar will debut in Phase 1 of the Copa Libertadores against Olimpia. The ‘Poetas’ placed the Mansiche stadium (Conmebol’s confirmation is missing) as the stage to face the Paraguayans on Wednesday, February 9 at 7:30 p.m.

While the return will take place in Asunción on Wednesday February 16, also at 7:30 at night. The stage chosen by the ‘Dean’ is the Manuel Ferreira stadium. The winner of this pairing will face Atlético Nacional on Thursday, February 24 (at home) and on March 3 in Colombia, always managing the same schedule.

César Vallejo's information in Copa Libertadores.  (Photo: Conmebol)

What channels will the games broadcast?

The Copa Libertadores can be seen through all the signals available from ESPN and Fox Sports in Latin America. Likewise, Conmebol will make the broadcasts available through Facebook Watch, as has been done for some editions ago.

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