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Copa Centenario Sprint #FanHQ Houston events



The much anticipated Copa Centenario is finally here and Houston folks, we have things to do! 

Sprint Latino is the official sponsor of Copa Centenario and is hosting some fun and interactive events in town and I can't wait to be there, will you join me?!


Copa America Centenario FanHQ presented by Sprint is the official fan destination for the tournament, offering a celebratory and free of charge experience for all soccer fans in town for the once-in-a-lifetime event to be played June 3-26 across the United States and featuring some of the world's best teams and players!

With an atmosphere of live music, merchandise, food and beverage, tournament décor and other entertainment, FanHQ provides a fun place to hangout and extends the fan's interaction ahead of the match.

See you there, Houston!

#Copa100 #FanHQ


Venue: Lucky's Pub - Downtown
Address: 801 St Emanuel St., Houston, TX 77003

Friday, June 10
Time: 7-11pm

Sunday, June 12
Time: 4:30-8:30pm

Monday, June 20 (Semifinal)
Time: 6-10pm
Click here to RSVP to this event


Plus the fun doesn't stop there, Mexican soccer legend Luis "El Matador" Hernandez will be meeting and greeting fans on Tuesday, June 14th:

 Sprint Store
14095 Northwest Fwy
 Houston, TX 77040
4-6 PM



And because you guys are amazing - I am hosting a giveaway to the Mexico vs Venezuela Copa America game --- so head on over to my Instagram for your chance to win!!

I also encourage you to enter the national giveaway on Sprint.com/Copa for a chance to win a VIP trip to the FINAL. 
(people actually win, so enter!)



 AND BECAUSE SPRINT LOVES YOU: 

For ALL SPRINT customers who want to watch the game LIVE on their phone or device you
CAN watch COPA for no additional data charges! 

fuboTV, a streaming service that bundles live sports and entertainment channels, will stream the Spanish-language broadcasts via Univision for all of the Copa América Centenario matches with no extra data charges to you...so enjoy it!


This is a sponsored post in collaboration with Sprint. All opinions are my own 

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