For over a century now, the Copa América has kept things interesting for football fans in the Americas. If you want to watch the 2019 Copa América online, we're going to give you a helping hand.
Copa América, or the CONMEBOL, is the oldest international continental football competition which determine the continental champions of South America, although for the past three decades teams from North America and Asia have also participated.
The 2019 Copa América is the 46th edition of the event, and it is being held in Brazil. Chile is the two-time defending champion and people can't wait to find out whether they're going to win again. This year, twelve teams are competing for the top prize - Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Japan, Paraguay, Peru, Qatar, Uruguay, and Venezuela.
The semi-finals for the Copa América are being held on July 2nd between Brazil and Argentina, and on July 3rd between Chile and Peru, with the winners scheduled to face off on July 7th. The third-place winner will be determined through a game scheduled for July 6th. The games are available in the United States via ESPN+.
How to Watch Copa América Without Cable?
In the past few years, there have been a lot of live TV services launched that help people watch TV for far less money than cable companies are asking for. On top of being cheaper, these services also come without a contract, which means that you can quit your subscription whenever you feel like it, without any issues. There's also the fact that you get to watch your shows and sporting events when they start, wherever you may be, as long as you have at least a smartphone with an Internet connection.
ESPN+ - The only platform that has the rights to broadcast Copa América is ESPN+ which is ESPN's streaming service that was launched not too long ago. You can either pay $5 per month or $50 per year for the subscription which will get you access to tons of original content, including videos and news, exclusive sporting events, and more. The platform works on many devices, including Android, iOS, Tizen, Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku, FireTV, Samsung Smart TVs, Oculus Gp, PS4, and Xbox One.
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