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Published Time: 25.06.2024 - 22:01:24 Modified Time: 25.06.2024 - 22:01:24

You can also live stream FS1 through Fubo, a sports-friendly live TV service that also offers FOX and FS2 (the other US channels that carry Copa America games) in its base package. At $79.99 a month, subscriptions are more expensive than Sling, but Fubo currently offers a one-week free trial for new users. Chile vs Argentina


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Whether you're rooting for Chile or Argentina, we've got you covered. Below, we've highlighted the best international watch options for tonight's game.

Chile vs. Argentina will air on Fox Sports 1 (FS1) on Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET in the US. If you don't have cable or your cable subscription doesn't include FS1, there are a couple of live TV options to explore. Sling TV will be your cheapest option today. To get Fs1, you'll need to opt for the Sing Blue plan. Subscriptions start at $40 a month, but new users can get their first month for half-off. 

For just the essentials without any extra fluff, Sling TV is the streaming service you're looking for. It's more customizable than other plans, with three options you can choose from, so you pay for only what you need. New members get their first month for $25 off.

You can also live stream FS1 through Fubo, a sports-friendly live TV service that also offers FOX and FS2 (the other US channels that carry Copa America games) in its base package. At $79.99 a month, subscriptions are more expensive than Sling, but Fubo currently offers a one-week free trial for new users.

Fubo is the streaming service for sports fans. Its huge library of channels includes regional and international sports leagues, setting it apart from the competition. You can also tack on additional programming to your plan, but it'll cost you extra.

Chile vs. Argentina live streams on TSN in Canada. This service, which starts at $19.99 a month, is also the Canadian home of the Euros.

In the UK, the Chile vs. Argentina match will be available through Premier Sports. Monthly subscriptions start at £10.99.

Chile vs. Argentina will live stream on Optus Sport in Australia, where subscriptions start at $24.99 a month. This is also the Australian home to the Euros, so it's a great option for soccer fans this summer. 

The Chile vs. Argentina game will stream on Globoplay in Brazil. While some Copa America matches might be free down the line, you need a subscription to watch most of them. Plans start at R$54,90 a month.

Copa America coverage is available across multiple services in Mexico, including TV Azteca, where you can find games like Chile vs. Argentina. This Spanish-language option is free when creating an account. 

If you'll be outside of Mexico when the game airs but still want to keep up with the above streaming option, you can always try out a VPN (virtual private network). VPNs let you change your device's virtual location so that you can use your usual websites from anywhere. They're popular options for looking to boost their online privacy and keep up with their apps while traveling.

Our go-to recommendation is ExpressVPN, a beginner-friendly option with a 30-day money-back guarantee. Check out our ExpressVPN review for full details.

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