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Where to find Colombia vs. Argentina on US TV and Internet


Colombia vs. Argentina will battle against each other in the 2015 Copa America tournament today, and there’s only place you can watch the game live on television — in either English-language or Spanish-language.

Every game in the tournament is being shown live on beIN SPORTS. The network will feature commentators and analysts such as Ray Hudson, Phil Schoen, Ruud Gullit, Christian Vieri, Juan Pablo Angel, Andy Gray and Richards Keys, Francisco ‘Kikin’ Fonseca, Sergio Goycochea, and Tony Meola.

beIN SPORTS is available on most cable and satellite TV providers. But if your provider doesn’t offer it, or if you want to watch the games on your smartphone, tablet, Chromecast, Roku or Android Fire instead, sign up for a free trial to fuboTV, the completely legal streaming option to residents in the US.

Colombia vs. Argentina kicks off at 7:30pm ET / 4:30pm PT today. Pre-game coverage begins at 6:30pm ET.

Programming note: In the United States, beIN SPORTS has the exclusive English-language and Spanish-language rights to the tournament. If your cable or satellite provider doesn’t offer beIN SPORTS, or you want to watch the games on your computer, mobile phone, tablet or Roku, sign up for a free trial to fuboTV to watch the games. And if you like what you see, fuboTV is just $6.99 per month. It’s completely legal and features HD-quality streams, but is only available to soccer fans in the United States.


Don’t miss the tournament! Catch the first match of Copa America on us with fuboTV’s 24-hour free trial. And if you like what you see, it’s only $6.99 for the entire tournament.


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  1. Ivan

    June 26, 2015 at 9:14 pm

    Watch Colombia win on penalties.

    A couple of points on the first 2 1/4 finals…

    Uruguay playing at Santiago, Cavani should have known better. The ref was waiting for every opportunity to influence the game in favor of the hosts. Silly on his part, and from then it was Chile’s to win, the second yellow/red was a joke…I hate it when the hosts in every major competition are being pushed to advance far in the tournament (see Canada’s women side going to the semis’; they are really awful).

    Peru-Bolivia was enjoyable; annoying from the commentators going on and on about the Bolivia penalty that never was. Never a penalty; the player’s feet were on the ground before the goalie made any contact. God I hope Peru spoils the party for Chile, cause you see Sanchez and Vidal are just so great! They are ok, both are on the overrated side of the spectrum as far as I am concerned…

  2. Christopher Harris

    June 26, 2015 at 7:47 pm

    Anyone else having issues with Sling TV screen going black during Argentina vs Colombia game?

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