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How to Watch the Soccer Game Online for Free

Copa América 2024 is heading towards an exciting conclusion with the finals scheduled for Sunday, July 14. The event will also feature a performance from Shakira. As the semifinals loom large, four teams remain in contention. The opening semifinal clash, scheduled for tonight, Tuesday, July 9, will see Lionel Messi and Argentina take on Canada.

Drake has made his support for Canada clear by reportedly betting $300,000 on the Canadian team to win against Lionel Messi’s Argentina, as per ESPN FC on X.

You can still find tickets to the Copa América semifinals. However, if you can’t make it to MetLife Stadium in Rutherford, N.J., you can watch the live stream of the Canada vs. Argentina match. The winner of this semifinal will proceed to the finals to face either Uruguay or Colombia.

The semifinal match will be broadcast live on FS1, and the easiest way to watch it is through cable television. For those who have cut the cord, you don’t need to invest heavily in a cable package, as several live TV streaming platforms offer the channel at a lower cost.

Here are some options to watch Argentina vs. Canada online without cable.

FS1 will livestream the first semifinal game on Tuesday, July 9, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT. You can stream the match for free via promotions and free trials offered by several live TV streamers.

One option is DirecTV Stream, which includes FS1 among its hundreds of channels. New users can get a five-day free trial with any of the four packages offered. Each package comes with FS1, FS2, Fox, and more sports and local channels. The Entertainment + Sports Pack currently costs $85 for the first three months, down from the regular price of $95.

Additional benefits of DirecTV Stream include unlimited DVR storage and no limits on the number of devices you can stream on simultaneously.

Another option is Sling TV, which offers a way to watch the Canada vs. Argentina semifinal for as little as $30, down from the regular $40 price when signing up as a new user. The streaming service is offering a $10 discount on your first month but note that FS1 is only available through the Blue package or the Orange + Blue package. The Blue plan costs $35 down from $45 and includes local channels, FS1, live entertainment, sports content, and 50 hours of DVR storage.

Combining the Blue and Orange plans will cost $50, down from $60, and will provide all 48 channels, including FS1 and the NFL Network, and the ability to stream on up to three devices at once.

FuboTV is another free streaming option for watching Canada vs. Argentina online. The platform offers a seven-day free trial upon sign-up, allowing you to livestream Copa América games and access over 100 channels at no cost during the trial period. Plans start at $79.99 per month, which includes access to 199 channels, 1000 hours of DVR storage, and the ability to watch on up to 10 screens simultaneously. Upgrading to the Premier plan at $99.99 per month includes everything in the Elite plan plus access to Showtime and 275 channels.

Hulu + Live TV is also offering a rare three-day free trial for new users. Along with access to the Hulu library, you’ll receive over 75 live channels, including FS1. Once the trial ends, the service costs $77 per month with ads, or you can go ad-free for $90 per month.

Hulu + Live TV also bundles with ESPN+ and Disney+, expanding your programming options and providing access to exclusive content on ESPN+.

Source: Particlenews, ESPN FC