If you want to watch the USA’s World Cup qualifying game on Tuesday night against Trinidad and Tobago, the game won’t be shown on ESPN, FOX Sports or Univision Sports. It will be shown live and legally on beIN SPORTS, NBC Universo and fuboTV. All of the details that you need to know are below:
The easiest way to watch the game is by following these steps:
Who: Trinidad and Tobago vs. USA
What: World Cup 2018 qualifying game
When: Tuesday, November 17. 6:30pm ET kickoff
Where: Live on beIN SPORTS (English-language) and NBC Universo (Spanish-language)
Pre-match coverage begins on beIN SPORTS at 6pm ET. Live coverage of the game kicks off at 7:30pm ET / 4:30pm PT.
Availability of beIN SPORTS and NBC Universo
beIN SPORTS is available on cable and satellite TV networks nationwide, including:
• DirecTV: Channel 620
• DISH Network: Channel 392
• Comcast Xfinity: Channel 400
NBC Universo is available on cable and satellite TV networks nationwide, such as:
• DirecTV: Channel 410
• DISH Network: Channel 838
• AT&T U-verse: Channel 3009 or 3010
If you don’t get beIN SPORTS or you’re a cord cutter, you can watch the game with a free 24-hour trial to fuboTV.
With fuboTV, you can watch the game live on your computer, smartphone, tablet or TV (via Chromecast, new Apple TV or select smart TVs). The setup is easy.
Plus with fuboTV, you’ll get tons of other matches including live coverage of this weekend’s el Clasico between Real Madrid and Barcelona.
SEE MORE: fuboTV FAQ
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You can watch fuboTV from your mac or windows computer, iPhone, iPad, Android Phone & Tablet. You can also watch on your television with Roku or Amazon Fire TV, as well as the new Apple TV and via Chromecast.
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