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Copa América Centenario Live on Sling TV

2016 Copa América Centenario Live on Sling TV digital platform

May 19, 2016
Watch Copa América Centenario Live on Sling TV in the US - TV, Streaming & On-Demand Coverage

A special version of the CONMEBOL Copa América will be hosted in the US this summer as the centennial anniversary of the tournament is celebrated. The event will take place from June 3rd to June 26th with six national teams from CONCACAF being invited to participate with the 10 CONEMBOL nations. The Copa América Centenario will be the biggest soccer event to take place in the United States since the 1994 World Cup.

Watch the Copa América 2016 on Sling TV

Not able to snag a ticket to see your favorite stars live? No problem. You can stay on top of all the action by streaming the 2016 Copa América through Sling TV, and Live Soccer TV’s Copa América broadcast guide is here to help.

What is the 2016 Centennial Copa América?

As the name itself implies, this competition will mark the 100th year celebration of the Copa América, which first took place in 1916. However, unlike the past 44 editions of this quadrennial tournament which are normally contested in South America, this one will be hosted by the USA. If the tournament is successful from a marketing and profitability perspective, it may become a future model for soccer in the Americas. The unification of soccer in the Americas through the merging of the CONCACAF and CONMEBOL organizing bodies makes very good sense. Such a change would no doubt help raise the bar for the professional development and competitiveness of soccer in the USA.

What countries are involved in the Copa América Centenario?

The change of location is not the only new thing about this summer’s tournament. Instead of the usual 12 teams, the format has been expanded to include 16 teams. Ten sides will be from CONMEBOL and six from CONCACAF.

Here are the teams (listed in alphabetical order): Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Haiti, Jamaica, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, United States, Uruguay, Venezuela

Who’s grouped with whom?

  • Group A: United States, Colombia, Costa Rica, Paraguay
  • Group B: Brazil, Ecuador, Haiti, Peru
  • Group C: Mexico, Uruguay, Haiti, Venezuela
  • Group D: Argentina, Chile, Panama, Bolivia

When does the Copa América Centenario start?

The first match kicks off on June 3rd, with the USMNT taking on Colombia. The event will run for approximately three weeks culminating with the final which will take place on June 26th at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. There will be a total of 32 matches played in the Copa América.

Where will the Copa América games be played?

The Copa América matches will be played across the United States in ten host cities. Some fans may be fortunate enough to live close by one of these stadiums. Others will be logging in some serious air mileage. However, if you don’t fall into one of those categories, do not worry. As we promised earlier, our Sling TV broadcast guide will give you all the information you need so you do not miss out.

Here’s a quick list of the ten stadiums and cities that will be rocking the Copa América this summer:

  1. Gillette Stadium - Foxborough, Massachusetts
  2. MetLife Stadium - East Rutherford, New Jersey
  3. Lincoln Financial Field - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  4. Camping World Stadium - Orlando, Florida
  5. NRG Stadium - Houston, Texas
  6. University of Phoenix Stadium - Glendale, Arizona
  7. Rose Bowl - Pasadena, California
  8. Levi's Stadium - Santa Clara, California
  9. CenturyLink Field - Seattle, Washington
  10. Soldier Field - Chicago, Illinois

Watching the 2016 Centennial Copa América on Sling Streaming Service

First of all, the awesome thing with Sling TV is that you can take the game everywhere. No, really. This summer, you will be able to tune in to the Copa América Centenario no matter where you find yourself over the course of a day.

Here’s an example. You have a slow day at the office, followed by a long commute home. You are frustrated that you are missing out on seeing your favorite teams in action and do not want to have to watch replays later – especially during the group stages when there are multiple games in one day.

This is where Sling TV comes into play. With this simple streaming service, you can watch the games from your computer at work during that boring day. You can then tune in from your tablet or phone on the train/public transit en route home. Finally, once in the comfort of your place, you just power on your TV and you’re right there in all the action without missing a beat. And just like last year with Copa América 2015, Sling TV will be streaming all matches live from this summer’s event.

The main Sling TV packages you should consider to watch Copa America are:

Paquete Total - This Spanish geared package costs only $12/month, and includes 23 channels. The major ones for Copa America and futbol in general are:

  • Univision - You'll watch: Copa America, International Friendlies, Gold Cup, MLS, Liga MX & more.
  • UniMás - Copa America, Gold Cup, CONCACAF Champions League and MLS.
  • Univision Deportes - World Cup Qualifiers, International Friendlies, Copa America, CONCACAF Gold Cup, CONCACF Champions League, MLS, Liga MX, Copa MX, Portugal – Primeira Liga.
  • Azteca - Liga MX
  • beIN SPORTS ñ - World Cup Qualifiers, La Liga, Copa del Rey, Serie A, Ligue 1, Coupe de France & more.

Or you may consider a more general package such as:

Best of Live TV- Beta Multi-stream for $20/month. Some highlights include:

  • FS1 - Fox Sports 1 - FIFA Women’s World Cup Qualifying, FIFA Women’s World Cup, FIFA Men’s World Cup Qualifying, FIFA Men’s World Cup, FIFA International Friendlies, FIFA U-20 World Cup, FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup, FIFA Women’s U-17 World Cup, FIFA U-17 Men’s World Cup, FIFA Confederations Cup, Copa America, CONCACAF Gold Cup, UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, UEFA Super Cup, CONCACAF Champions League, Copa Libertadores, MLS, Bundesliga and the English FA Cup.
  • FOX & FOX Regional Channels - Bundesliga, Euro 2016, Champions League, Copa America & more
  • FX - Copa America
  • UniMás - Spanish and Portuguese (*when noted) language coverage of the following competitions: Copa America, International Friendlies, CONCACAF Gold Cup, CONCACAF Champions League*, MLS, Liga MX.


Sling TV add-on packages:

Once you select a main package for your Sling TV subscription you can enhance it with an affordable add-onto that suits your needs. We recommend the following packages to enhance the $20 Best of Live TV- Beta Multi-stream package.

The Best of Spanish TV, Deportes Extra or Peliculas & Novelas Extra are great add-ons for the soccer fan or Spanish speaking use. As it relates to watching soccer these add-ons include some very good channels for soccer programming. With ESPN Deportes, Univision channels and the beIN Sports channels you will have an excellent list of sports channels to cover many of the top soccer leagues and competitions.


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