Turn to Twitter for all things Copa América

By ‎@Luisa‎

Copa América Centenario begins tomorrow in the United States with some of the best teams and players in the world vying for supremacy. And of course Twitter, Vine and Periscope will put you in the middle of the live @CA2016 action on and off the pitch.

Here’s our how to follow guide.

Teams and players
The tournament will feature the 10 teams that make up the @Conmebol as well as 2015 Gold Cup Champion México (@fmf), 2014 Copa champion Costa Rica (@fedefutbol_cr), 2014 Caribbean champion Jamaica (@ItsTheJFF), the host country United States (@ussoccer), and two more @Concacaf selections in Haiti (@fhfhaiti) and Panama (@fepafut).

Many of the top players are active on Twitter. The graphic below features the most followed players on Twitter who are competing at Copa América: 

Turn to Twitter for all things Copa América

And this graphic highlights the most followed teams on Twitter who are competing at Copa América:

 Turn to Twitter for all things Copa América

Follow all Copa teams below:

Join the conversation

Soccer fans turn to Twitter to talk about the matches as they happen, as well as to discuss moments off the pitch. To join and follow the convo and to add color to your Tweets, we have launched Twitter hashtag triggered emoji for the official event hashtags: #CA2016 and #CopaAmerica. And there are also Twitter emojis for #RedCard and #YellowCard.

Turn to Twitter for all things Copa América

Be sure to follow these official Twitter accounts for live coverage of Copa America Centenario:

Fans should also follow official broadcasters, who will bring Twitter integrations to TV and provide live updates on Twitter. Follow these accounts for great content:

#CA2016 will be live, full of suspense and fun. And there’s no better place to join and follow the conversation than on Twitter, Vine and Periscope.