The Copa America football tournament is the main competition for the national teams of South America. In 2024, the games will be held in Ecuador from June 10th to July 12th. The tournament should have taken place a year earlier but was rescheduled to coincide with the UEFA Euro 2024 which will take place during the same time period. There are several channels that will be airing coverage of the tournament worldwide including live streams. Will the defending champs, Argentina be able to repeat? You can use a VPN to stream every match live from anywhere in the world. Take a look at our list of the best VPNs for Copa America.
How to Watch Copa America Matches from Anywhere
You can sign up for a free trial of FuboTV to watch the tournament. Simply follow our guide:
- Sign up for ExpressVPN (includes a 30-day risk-free money-back guarantee)
- Next you will want to download the ExpressVPN app to your desktop or mobile device. You can also use their MediaStreamer feature to watch matches on your set top box or game console.
- Connect to any ExpressVPN server in the United States. We recommend their servers in New York and Los Angeles.
- Sign up for FuboTV streaming service which includes TUDN for Spanish-language coverage. Those seeking English coverage will find it on Fox Sports.
- This will give you access to the Copa America tournament. Just remember to connect to a VPN server in the United States anytime you want to use FuboTV from outside the country.
- The ExpressVPN support team is available 24 hours a day if you ever need help.
With its roots starting originally in the mid-1800s, the first official contest was held in 1916 and was called the South American Championship. In 1975, The tourney acquired the name Copa America and has since become one of the most watched sporting events around the world. Many consider this event to be equivalent to an abbreviated version of the World Cup.
Twelve teams play in this tournament in it’s current form. The South American league only has 10 teams so two other teams get invited to fill in. Since 1993, there are six teams that have been invited to fill the gap. Those teams are Costa Rica, Honduras, Japan, Mexico, USA, and Jamaica. This year, the fill in teams are Mexico, and Jamaica. These games will be played in nine different stadiums in eight different cities in Chile this year.
Though team Argentina is the defending champion, they may not be the favorite to win this event. The most favored team will likely be Brazil. They made a run to the finals last time around before being defeated by Argentina. The big questions come when we hit the knockout rounds. The answers to those questions will be answered fairly quickly and early on in the Tournament and here is where you may see a full schedule of the games.
Here is a list of 5 channels covering Copa America games worldwide.
- Fox Sports (U.S. & Canada — English)
- TUDN (U.S. — Spanish)
- TV Publica (Argentina)
- Globo (Brazil)
- Premier Sports (U.K.)
You can stream the games live online on BeIN Sports Connect as well as Caracol TV. If you are outside of these areas, you would need a VPN. VPNs allow you to connect to areas that may be geo-blocked. Geo-blocking is used to restrict access to broadcast outside of a certain area. Please be aware that even with a VPN, you may still need a premium subscription to cable, satellite, or even FuboTV. If you have FuboTV, Fox Sports and TUDN are included in the package and you would be able to watch the games there.