Where to Live Stream Copa America Centenario
Copa America will begin June 3 for the 100th anniversary of the tournament. This year’s matches will be hosted in the United States and it is one of the biggest soccer tournaments the country has hosted since the 1990s.
The U.S. Men’s National Team led by Coach Jurgen Klinsmann has set a goal of reaching the Semifinals round. But, that might be easier said than done as they sit in a very difficult Group A. Columbia are likely the favorites in the group and Costa Rica led by some talented stars are likely not far behind. It will be an uphill battle for the U.S. team and they can hopefully perform well following a tough 2015 season.
FOX owns the broadcast rights to the entire Copa America tournament. This used to mean you were out of luck to watch any of the matches without a cable package, but now this could not be farther from the truth. But now, there are tons of ways to watch a legal Copa America live stream. Let’s take a look.
Live Stream Copa America Centenario with Sling TV
Live access during the entire Copa America can be found on Sling TV. For a $20 per month price tag you get access to more than 20 streaming cable channels. Plenty of the Copa America matches will be on Copa America Centenario and FX, which are both included on Sling TV’s starting package. In fact, about 21 of the 32 matches will be on FOX Sports 1, so having access to that channel is key. In general, you can watch tons of great content on FS1 and there are multiple ways to watch it. Other channels featured are TBS, CNN, TNT, AMC, and regional FOX Sports Networks.
Some locations even have access to FOX, but it is limited for the most part. You can check if it’s available for you on the Sling TV site. Streams can be watched either online or on your TV with devices like Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV sticks, and Roku. Plus, compatibility with nearly every popular mobile device and tablet is convenient for mobile streaming.
Watch Matches Live on PlayStation Vue
PlayStation Vue features nearly the exact same ways to watch Copa America. FOX’s main network is available in Philadelphia, Chicago, Dallas, Miami, New York City, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. Elsewhere, it’s available on-demand. Nationwide FS1, FS2, and FX are included, so there will be plenty of Copa America matches on those channels.
The streams from the service can be watched on PlayStation Consoles, iPads, iPhones, or on the big screen with Chromecast or Amazon Fire TV. PlayStation Vue is costs a little more, $29.99 per month in most areas and $39.99 if you are in a location with FOX available.
FOX’s Own Streaming Services Gives Live Access
FOX Soccer 2GO markets itself as the ultimate streaming service for soccer fans. It makes sense, considering there are 1,400 soccer and rugby matches live streamed. Copa America will be streamed every game on the service as FOX does own total broadcast rights in the U.S. Other matches during the year will be from the Europa League, Bundesliga, UEFA Champions League, the CONCACAF Gold Cup, and Euro 2016 Qualifiers. It was a great option for streaming the Champions League final match as well, that Real Madrid won over Atletico Madrid. It costs $99.99 for a full-year subscription or you can pay $19.99 per month and cancel anytime.
Watch in Spanish on FuboTV
Spanish rights go to Univision. So if you want to watch in Spanish, fuboTV is your best bet. At only $9.99 per month, you get live soccer, a cloud DVR, and more. There’s even a free 24-hour trial. Learn more about fuboTV’s Copa America coverage here.
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