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How to Watch Copa America 2024: TV, Streaming

Fans throughout the United States and across the world can watch the Copa America 2024 on TV or on multiple streaming platforms as Lionel Messi and Argentina look to defend their title.

The Copa America 2024 consists of 32 matches that will be played across the United States throughout June and July. The 16 qualified teams, including Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, and the United States, all hope to take home the $10 million winning prize and become the new Copa America champions.

With so many storylines ahead of the tournament, including Messi’s record-breaking 35th Copa America appearance, fans will not want to miss a second of the competition.

Here’s a breakdown of how to watch Copa America 2024 so you can catch all the action, starting with the Group Stage.

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Argentina defeated Brazil in the 2021 Copa America final. / NELSON ALMEIDA/GettyImages

To watch the Copa America 2024 on TV, fans must tune in to the broadcasts on FOX or FS1. Most U.S. TV packages come with both channels, no matter what TV provider you use.

Since FOX Sports owns the rights to the tournament, each match will air on one of their two channels in the United States for English speaking audiences. TUDN and Univision own the Spanish speaking rights.

Check out the full Copa America 2024 match calendar so you know the exact date and time of every match in the exciting tournament.

Those in the United States can watch the Copa America 2024 on multiple streaming apps, including the FOX Sports App. If you do not have cable TV, you can find an identical broadcast on the app, as well as FOXSports.com.

You must sign in with your TV provider to access the full stream, or else you will only get a 60-minute free preview.

For soccer fans without access to FOX, the best way to stream the Copa America is by purchasing a Sling TV package. For $45 a month, Sling TV offers FOX, and therefore provides all the coverage you need of the 2024 tournament. First-time subscribers also get 50% off for the first month of Sling Blue, bringing the cost down to $22.50.

FuboTV also offers FOX Sports to subscribers, but for a much higher fee of $79.99 per month. Fans looking for the Spanish speaking coverage of the Copa America can purchase the Latino Plan, which includes Univision and TUDN, for just $32.99 per month.

The good news about either streaming package is that you can cancel them at any time, so you only technically need to pay for one month to catch the entire Copa America.

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