Schedule of the Copa Betplay quarter-final second legs

Schedule of the Copa Betplay quarter-final second legs

The Betplay Cup began its development in the first months of the year with the participation of the teams from the second division, which is through direct elimination, they left only four teams.

Subsequently, the twelve Betplay League teams that did not enter international tournaments entered and (added to the four of the ‘B’) in eight keys they left the same number of clubs.

See also: BetPlay Cup 2022: Schedule of the first leg of the quarterfinals

Already in the round of 16, the eight teams that were in the Copa Libertadores and Sudamericana entered, allowing confrontations against those from the previous phases, and everything is ready for the quarterfinals.

Thus the things, the Dimayor announced the schedule for the second leg of the quarterfinals of the tournament that brings together the first and second division teams, where there is only one team from ‘B’.

Betplay Cup 2022: Schedule of the quarterfinals

Wednesday, August 17

Independent Medellin vs Sports Tolima
Time: 6:00 p.m.
Stadium: Atanasio Girardot
Television: WinSports+

Fortress CEIF vs Millionaires
Time: 8:15 p.m.
Stadium: Metropolitan Roof
Television: WinSports+

Thursday, August 18

Union Magdalena vs. La Equidad
Time: 5:30 p.m.
Stadium: Sierra Nevada
Television: WinSports+

Athletic National vs. Junior
Time: 8:00 p.m.
Stadium: Atanasio Girardot
Television: WinSports+

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It should be remembered that the team that becomes champion of the Betplay Cup will be Colombia 4 in the Copa Libertadores 2023which gives him room to play the continental tournament from the second preliminary phase, as well as the one who accesses by way of reclassification.

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