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How to watch the Argentina – Brazil match on TV, Facebook and Twitch with Ibai Llanos: Time and channels

What a weekend to be a soccer fan. Today Saturday, the final of the Copa América. Y tomorrow Sunday the final of the Eurocup 2021. Almost nothing, right? In today’s match, the two biggest teams on the American continent – and one of the most mythical in the world – face each other in one of those matches that are more than just matches.

Watch the match Argentina – Brazil

On the one hand we have Neymar’s Brazil, who plays with the advantage of the home factor and seeks to revalidate both the title that he won for the last time two years ago, as well as the great generation of players that currently make up Canarinha. For another, Messi’s Argentina He has the option of making history by conquering the cup and defeating his greatest rival in his own fiefdom.

by TV

The final of the Copa América takes place today Saturday, July 10. The match will be played at the Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil). Below we will tell you on which TV channels you can see it in Spain and several LATAM countries:

Spain

Channel TV3 of Catalonia (You can see it for example through Movistar and Vodafone ONO) – 02:00 in the morning from Saturday 10 to Sunday 11, Spanish time.

Channel TVG2 of Galicia02:00 in the morning, Spanish time.

South America

On Argentina the game starts today Saturday 10 at 21:00 hours; on Chile at 20:00 hours; and in Colombia at 19:00 hours

Channel 7 Public TV

– DIRECTV Play Sports

– TyC Sports Play

– DIRECTV Sports Argentina

– TyC Sports Argentina

– ESPN Brazil

– SBT

– TNT Sports Stadium

– 13.cl

– Canal 13

– DIRECTV Play Sports

– TNT Sports Go

– DIRECTV Sports Chile

– DIRECTV Play Sports

– DIRECTV Sports Colombia

Mexico

On Mexico, the game starts today Saturday 10 a 19:00 hours

– SKY Sports

– Blue to Go

– Fanatiz Mexico

By Twitch with Ibai Llanos

Trained in the Moba LOL (League of Legends) competitions and with his experience as a commentator in the LVP (Professional Video Game League), in recent months, we have seen how the popular ‘caster’ Ibai Llanos has shown his talent to comment on sporting events being a commentator in games like Real Madrid – Valencia last February, or Atlético – Valencia.

But the youtuber and influencer has raised the stakes. Iba himselfi has announced on his twitter what “Tomorrow will be a historic day on Twitch. At 23:00 we will do the preview of the Copa América from Port Aventura, with Gerard Piqué and a very special guest, RONALDO Nazario. The preview can be seen in all countries of the world totally free. And to the 2:00, BRAZIL-ARGENTINA”.

So to see it for free, you simply have to enter tomorrow from 23 at night in Ibai’s Twitch, which you have in this link.

By Facebook Conmebol

Facebook Watch will broadcast the game online thanks to Conmebol, that you can see it by mobile or PC. According to the official website “Anyone with a Facebook account in eligible countries will be able to attend these games for free through the Facebook Watch icon”, being these suitable countries the ones listed below and between those not found in Spain:

– Argentina

– Bolivia

– Brazil

– Chile

– Colombia

– Ecuador

– Paraguay

– Peru

– Uruguay

– Venezuela

On mobile devices, including tablets, the broadcasts will be available in the Facebook apps for Android and iOS with the most recent updates. On laptops and desktops, streams will be available for Chrome, Firefox, and Opera in their latest versions.

See it on your mobile

  1. Enter the Facebook, Android or iOS app
  2. Click on the Attend icon locates you Assist on the menu
  3. In the search bar, Search Conmebol Libertadores and follow the page. The matches will be added to your watchlist.

View it on computer

  • Enter Facebook.com and access the page
  • Click on the facebook watch icon in the left menu or enter facebook.com/watch
  • In the search bar, Search Conmebol Libertadores and follow the page. The matches will be added to your watchlist.

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