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How to Watch Copa América Live Online

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Copa América is one the biggest football competitions after the FIFA World Cup and UEFA EURO. Find out how to enjoy Copa América live streaming online

Copa América Live Stream 3 Steps

If you are not lucky enough to buy tickets to live matches or can’t go to a nearby pub to watch fixtures, you can stream Copa América live online and get front row seats to every match. Here’s what you need to do: 

  1. Get: the PureVPN Chrome extension
  2. Connect: to a United States server
  3. Enjoy: Copa América live on ESPN.

Where to Watch Copa América 2021

To ensure you have an amazing experience following all the live fixtures, below are all the broadcasters that will show Copa América live in your country. 

CountriesLive Broadcasters
AustraliabeIN Sports
BrazilRede Globo
CanadaTSN
JapanDAZN
Romania Eurosport
Spain Canal+
United States FOX Sports (Changed to Bally Sports)
United KingdomBT Sport
IndiaSonyLiv 
RussiaSport 1 

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Stream Copa América Matches in the United States

ESPN and FOX Sports hold exclusive rights to show all live matches online in the US. If you are away during the Copa América tournament or are living abroad, use a VPN to get full access from anywhere in the world. Further, you can get a new ESPN subscription for only $5.99 a month and stream live football fixtures in English commentary no matter where you are. 

Copa América in the United Kingdom

If you happen to be in the UK, try BT Sport and watch all upcoming football fixtures live online. Use a VPN to bypass regional restrictions and enjoy Copa América coverage on BT Sport from outside the UK. The best part is you can stream the tournament for free on BT Sport app and enjoy your favorite match in the office or while traveling. You can easily get a BT Sport pass for £25 a month and get quick access to the channel with ease. 

Copa América Live Online in Canada

TSN is Canada’s home to live sports, including international football tournaments. You can get TSN via your cable package or online subscription, or use a VPN to access TSN content from abroad. If you don’t have a TSN subscription yet, get a monthly pass for only $19.99 a month and watch Copa América 2021 without any trouble. TSN supports many devices such as Samsung Smart TV, iOS and Android, Apple TV, Xbox One, Windows machines, and Google Chromecast. 

Watch Copa América Live Stream in Europe

Subscribe to beIN Sports and get exclusive coverage of Copa América 2021 from any country in Europe. Just a quick heads up: beIN Sports may not work in a few regions. To avoid this problem, use a VPN. Moreover, you can get beIN Sports for only $19.99/month and enjoy the best sporting content available from the likes of 100 channels.  

Get Copa América 2021 Streaming in India 

Besides Sony Ten, you can also enjoy live streaming of all Copa América matches on SonyLIV, an online streaming service that offers live sports and on-demand TV in India. If you happen to be outside India, a VPN can help you get full access to your SonyLIV account. However, you need a premium SonyLIV account to access live sports which costs 299 INR (USD $4). Not much!

Stream Live Matches on fuboTV Anywhere

As the perfect mix of both live sports and on-demand TV, you can watch Copa América on fuboTV in the United States, or use a VPN app to access fuboTV content from outside the region. Enjoy live football fixtures with full commentary and access many channels including NBC, FOX, and ABC. Additionally, fuboTV offers a free trial for 7 days so you can watch a few Copa América games for free.   

Watch Copa América Tournament on YouTube TV

You can enjoy the full tournament on YouTube TV, a live streaming service without cable TV that is available in the United States, or for those who have a VPN at their disposal who connect to US-based servers. The service brings content from ESPN, FOX, CBS, TNT, and 85 more channels to entertain you from the comfort of your home. YouTube TV costs $64.99 but it is definitely worth it if you are a sports fan. 

Enjoy Live Copa América Streaming on Sling TV 

Looking for a cheap option to watch live sports? Sling TV is the best place to enjoy sporting events like Copa América and other football tournaments online. The only caveat is that Sling TV is available only in the US. But hey, with a VPN, you can bypass restrictions in a jiffy no matter where you are in the world. If you are not an existing Sling TV subscriber, get either Sling Orange or Sling Blue for $35 a month. 

How to Watch Football Matches Online on Hulu

Catch live sports on Hulu at home or on the go including Copa América. The service is popular in the US and allows cord cutters like you to cut the cord and enjoy every minute of entertainment on the internet. Get a monthly subscription for only $64.99 a month and never miss a single Copa América match. For regional restrictions, use a VPN and connect to a US server. 

How to sign up for BBC iPlayer to watch Copa America

If you want to watch the Copa America tournament that is being held in Brazil this year, you will need to sign up for an account with BBC iPlayer. This is a streaming service that is provided by the British Broadcasting Corporation, and it offers a wide variety of programming, including live sports. 

However, BBC iPlayer is only available in the United Kingdom due to licensing requirements and regional limitations. You can always watch Copa America on BBC iPlayer with a premium VPN on your device. Here’s how: 

  1. Sign up for a PureVPN subscription.
  2. Install the app on your device. 
  3. Log in and connect to a UK server from the list.
  4. Watch Copa America fixtures on BBC iPlayer hassle-free.

Copa América 2021 Fixtures and Complete Schedule 

Take a look at the upcoming Copa América fixtures and never miss a big match. 

  • June 13: Argentina vs Chile, 5 p.m.
  • June 13: Paraguay vs Bolivia, 8 p.m.
  • June 14: Brazil vs Venezuela, 7 p.m.
  • June 14: Colombia vs Ecuador, 10 p.m.
  • June 17: Chile vs Bolivia, 5 p.m.
  • June 17: Argentina vs Uruguay, 8 p.m.
  • June 18: Colombia vs Venezuela, 7 p.m.
  • June 18: Peru vs Brazil, 10 p.m.
  • June 20: Uruguay vs Chile, 4 p.m.
  • June 20: Argentina vs Paraguay, 7 p.m.
  • June 21: Venezuela vs Ecuador, 6 p.m.
  • June 21: Colombia vs Peru, 9 p.m.
  • June 23: Bolivia vs Uruguay, 5 p.m.
  • June 23: Chile vs Paraguay, 8 p.m.
  • June 24: Ecuador vs Peru, 6 p.m.
  • June 24: Colombia vs Brazil, 9 p.m.
  • June 27: Argentina vs Bolivia, 5 p.m.
  • June 27: Uruguay vs Paraguay, 5 p.m.
  • June 28: Ecuador vs Brazil, 9 p.m.
  • June 28: Venezuela vs Perú, 9 p.m.
  • July 2: No. 2 Group A vs No. 3 Group B, 5 p.m. (Quarter Final 1)
  • July 2: No. 1 Group A vs No. 4 Group B, 8 p.m. (Quarterfinal 2)
  • July 3: No. 2 Group B vs No. 3 Group A, 6 p.m. (Quarterfinal 3)
  • July 3: No. 1 Group B vs No. 4 Group A , 9 p.m. (Quarterfinal 4)
  • July 5, Quarterfinal 1 Winner vs Quarterfinal 2 winner, 9 p.m. (Semi Final 1)
  • July 6, Quarterfinal 3 Winner vs Quarterfinal 4 winner, 7 p.m (Semi Final 2)
  • July 9: Semifinal 1 Loser vs Semifinal 2 Loser, 8 p.m. (Third-Place Match)
  • July 10: Semi Final 1 Winner vs Semi Final 2 Winner, 8 p.m (Final)

Copa América 2021 Teams with Full Squad List

CONMEBOL North Zone

Brazil: Alisson, Ederson, Gabriel Brazão, Miranda, Filipe Luís, Marquinhos, Danilo, Alex Sandro, Dede, Fabinho, Pablo, Willian, Paulinho, Philippe Coutinho, Renato Augusto, Arthur, Wallace, Allan, Rafinha, Neymar (Captain), Douglas Costa, Roberto Firmino, Gabriel Jesus, Richarlyson.

Colombia: David Ospina, Alvaro Montero, Santiago Arias, Jeison Murillo, Davinson Sanchez, Oscar Murillo, Felipe Aguilar, Helibelton Palacios, Cristian Borja, Deiver Machado, Juan Cuadrado, James Rodriguez, Edwin Cardona, Juan Fernando Quintero, Wilmar Barrios, Mateus Uribe, Juan Daniel Roa, Sebastian Villa, Didier Moreno, Radamel Falcao (Captain), Carlos Bacca, Miguel Borja, Yimmi Chara

Perú: Pedro Gallese, Jose Carvallo, Patricio Alvarez, Christian Ramos, Luis Advincula, Miguel Trauco, Aldo Corzo, Anderson Santamaria, Miguel Araujo, Nilson Loyola, Luis Abram, Yoshimar Yotun, Andre Carrillo, Edison Flores, Renato Tapia, Pedro Aquino, Andy Polo, Cristian Benavente, Christofer Gonzales, Horacio Calcaterra, Jefferson Farfan, Raul Ruidiaz, Yordy Reyna.

Venezuela: Wuilker Fariñez, Rafael Romo, Roberto Rosales, Wilker Angel, Jhon Chancellor, Luis Mago, Yordan Osorio, Ronald Hernandez, Bernardo Anor, Nahuel Ferraresi, Tomas Rincon (Captain), Jhon Murillo, Junior Moreno, Yangel Herrera, Sergio Cordova, Luis Gonzalez, Jefferson Savarino, Yeferson Soteldo, Aristoteles Romero, Salomon Rondon, Josef Martinez, Darwin Machis, Andres Ponce.

Ecuador: Alexander Dominguez, Maximo Banguera, Juan Carlos Paredes, Gabriel Achilier, Arturo Mina, Cristian Ramirez, John Narvaez, Xavier Arreaga, Christian Cruz, Antonio Valencia, Jefferson Montero, Renato Ibarra, Carlos Gruezo, Jefferson Orejuela, Ayrton Preciado, Romario Ibarra, Jhegson Mendez, Jefferson Intriago, Edison Vega, Beder Caicedo, Enner Valencia, Miller Bolanos, Jhon Cifuente, Brayan Angulo, Manu Balda.

CONMEBOL South Zone

Argentina: Sergio Romero, Agustin Marchesin, Geronimo Rulli, Paulo Gazzaniga, Gabriel Mercado, Ramiro Funes Mori, Marcos Acuna, Nicolas Tagliafico, Walter Kannemann, Emanuel Mammana, Renzo Saravia, Juan Foyth, Erik Lamela, Roberto Pereyra, Giovani Lo Celso, Maximiliano Meza, Leandro Paredes, Franco Cervi, Santiago Ascacíbar, Rodrigo De Paul, Angel Di María, Ever Banega, Lionel Messi, Sergio Aguero, Gonzalo Higuain, Paulo Dybala, Mauro Icardi.

Bolivia: Guillermo Vizcarra, Jorge Arauz, Ruben Cordano, Jose Sagredo, Gabriel Valverde, Luis Haquin, Oscar Ribera, Carlos Anez, Harry Cespedes, Ronny Montero, Sebastian Reyes, Jhasmani Campos, Rudy Cardozo, Danny Bejarano, Erwin Saavedra, Leonel Justiniano, Diego Wayar, Juan Ribera, Cristian Arano, Moises Villarroel, Juan Salvador Mercado, Marcelo Moreno, Gilbert Alvarez, Leonardo Vaca, Henry Vaca.

Chile: Johnny Herrera, Brayan Cortes, Fernando de Paul, Yerko Urra, Gary Medel, Mauricio Isla, Jean Beausejour, Guillermo Maripan, Sebastián Vegas, Oscar Opazo, Benjamin Kuscevic, Augusto Barrios, Arturo Vidal, Pablo Hernandez, Erick Pulgar, Lorenzo Reyes, Diego Valdes, Cesar Pinares, Marcos Bolados, Alexis Sanchez, Esteban Paredes, Nicolas Castillo, Angelo Sagal, Junior Fernandes, Andres Vilches.

Paraguay: Antony Silva, Alfredo Aguilar, Santiago Rojas, Bruno Valdez, Junior Alonso, Fabian Balbuena, Juan Patino, Lorenzo Melgarejo, Juan Escobar, Omar Alderete, Santiago Arzamendia, Richard Ortiz, Rodrigo Rojas, Celso Ortiz, Miguel Almiron, Cecilio Dominguez, Alejandro Romero Gamarra, Cristhian Paredes, Hector Villalba, Blas Caceres, Derlis Gonzalez, Federico Santander, Angel Romero, Antonio Sanabria.

Uruguay: Martin Silva, Martin Campana, Martin Caceres, Diego Laxalt, Mauricio Lemos, Diego Godin (Captain), Bruno Mendez, Mathias Suarez, Emiliano Velazquez, Erick Cabaco, Nicolas Lodeiro, Carlos Sanchez, Matias Vecino, Giorgian De Arrascaeta, Rodrigo Bentancur, Lucas Torreira, Federico Valverde, Gaston Pereiro, Edinson Cavani, Luis Suarez, Jonathan Rodriguez, Maxi Gomez.

Copa América Venues

  • Estádio Maracanã (Rio De Janeiro, Capacity: 74,750)
  • Arena Fonte Nova (Salvador, Capacity: 52,000)
  • Estádio Mineirão (Belo Horizonte, Capacity: 58,200)
  • Allianz Parque (São Paulo, Capacity: 43,725)
  • Estádio Morumbi (São Paulo, Capacity: 67,425)
  • Arena Do Grêmio (Porto Alegre, Capacity: 55,660)

Copa América 2021 Live Score Apps

You can track the latest information, check highlights, and see the live scores of every game on many different mobile apps. Some of the best apps for checking live Copa América score are mentioned below:

  • BBC: iOS and Android
  • ESPN: iOS and Android
  • Sofascore: iOS and Android
  • Flashscore: iOS and Android
  • Livesoccertv: iOS and Android

Best Players to Watch Out in the Tournament

South America is brimming with football talent. World-class players like Lionel Messi and Neymar Jr. were born and raised in South America after moving to European clubs for the glory. Here are a few top-rated players who are part of Copa América 2021: Angel Di María, Lionel Messi, Sergio Aguero, Gonzalo Higuain, Neymar, Roberto Firmino, Gabriel Jesus, Radamel Falcao, and Diego Godin. 

When is the Copa América 2021 Final? 

The final game will be played on July 10 in Brazil While it was initially planned to be hosted in Colombia, due to civil unrest, the CONMEBOL have decided to change the venue. 

Who Won Copa América 2019? 

Brazil won the previous Copa América final after thrashing Peru by 3 goals and became one of the most successful teams in the South American football tournament besides Argentina and Uruguay. 

Watch Every Special Moment on the Go

Now you can stream Copa América live from any part of the world whether you are in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, England, Spain, France, Germany, Malaysia, or anywhere else. Follow our guide and enjoy live streaming with ease.

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June 20, 2023

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