If you want to know where to watch 2024 Copa America on US TV, find out here how to catch all the electrifying action of the oldest soccer tournament in the world on your favorite devices. | Photo by Canva / Depor Composition
If you want to know where to watch 2024 Copa America on US TV, find out here how to catch all the electrifying action of the oldest soccer tournament in the world on your favorite devices. | Photo by Canva / Depor Composition

Gear up for electrifying football (or soccer) as the prestigious explodes onto American soil from June 20th to July 14th, 2024! Just a week after Euro 2024 began, this soccer tournament promises thrilling matches featuring top national teams from North and South America. Need a guide to catch all the action? We’ve got you covered! Find out about the broadcast schedule on TV, free streaming options, and everything else you need to know about it.

All eyes will be on Lionel Messi (Inter Miami CF) as he leads defending champions Argentina in their quest for a record-extending 35th Copa America appearance. The team also known as ‘La Albiceleste’ team enters as the clear favorite, but other powerhouses like, , , and the host nation will be hungry for glory. The US will host this mega-tournament across 14 stadiums in 10 states, with 32 matches scheduled to keep fans on the edge of their seats.

Where to watch 2024 Copa America on TV in the US

If you have cable, the 2024 Copa America matches will air across the FOX networks like FOX, FOX Sports 1 (FS1) and FOX Sports 2 (FS2) and DirecTV, but if you don’t have cable, don’t worry because you can still watch it live subscribing to streaming services like Fubo and Sling TV by following these steps:

  • not only will get you access to FOX and FS1 to watch the 2024 Copa America, but is the best way to watch the Euro 2024 matches in the US. Also, you will get at least another 190 other live channels. So if you’re a sports fan looking for one simple subscription, Fubo might be the right option for you. Fubo subscribers also get 1000 hours of cloud DVR storage. And the best part? This platform offers a free trial period, so you can stream the start of the Copa America 2024 tournament totally free (but you will have to pay later).
  • offers one of the cheaper packages, costing $40 per month for the Blue package offering Fox Sports. There aren’t a huge number of channels you get with that, but it will allow you to live stream the 2024 Copa America soccer matches. If you like to see the coverage in Spanish, check out Sling’s Latino package for just $10 per month. Unfortunately, this last option doesn’t offer access to TUDN (Mexico’s Canal 5) but does offer access to Univision, where games throughout the oldest national team tournament in the world will be broadcast.
  • is another option where you will pay a premium fare but receive a whole lot of soccer streams to enjoy in return. Fox Sports 1 is available on the brand’s cheapest package of $64.99 per month, but you won’t find Fox Sports 2 on there, which may show some 2024 Copa America matches. To get this channel, you will need to subscribe to the brand’s bigger packages like the Ultimate plan, that will give you both Fox Sports channels, priced at $109.99 per month.

2024 Copa America Group Draw results

The United States will host the 48th edition of the CONMEBOL Copa América 2024, following the draw held on December 7th. The schedule of the oldest national team tournament in the world includes exciting clashes in the group stage, that will be played from June 20 to July 2, the quarterfinals from June 4 to 6, the semifinals from June 9 to 10, the third-place match on July 13 and the grand final on July 14.

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The Road to 2024 CONMEBOL Copa America

Argentina, the reigning champions of the Americas and the world, will begin the defense of their title won in 2021 against Canada in Atlanta at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium on June 20th.

In the history of the CONMEBOL Copa América, Uruguay and Argentina lead the table with 15 trophies each. Brazil follows with nine, while Peru, Paraguay and Chile have two titles each.

Bolivia and Colombia have also lifted the cup once since the tournament began in 1916.


Estudió Ciencias de la Comunicación en la Universidad San Martín de Porres y ejerce el periodismo desde hace 10 años en las ediciones web de varios medios nacionales. Actualmente se desempeña como Analista SEO del Núcleo de Audiencias del Grupo El Comercio.



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