If you’re trying to find out how you can watch Bolivia vs. Panama in the Copa America Centenario, you’ve come to the right place.
All eyes turn to the Citrus Bowl in Orlando, Florida on Monday, June 6 as Panama and Bolivia play their first matches of the Copa America Centenario. Both teams are in a difficult group alongside Argentina and Chile, so a win in the first game will be a huge plus for Panama or Bolivia.
Here are all of the details of where you can watch it on television and via legal streaming:
Who: Bolivia vs. Panama
What: Copa America Centenario, Group D
When: Game kicks off at 7pm ET / 4pm PT; Monday, June 6, 2016
Where: Live on FOX Sports 1, UniMas, Univision Deportes Network, FOX Sports Go, FOX Soccer 2GO, and fuboTV (free trial)
With fuboTV, you can watch the Bolivia vs. Panama game with a free 24-hour trial. With the legal streaming service, you can watch the game on your computer, smartphone, tablet, Roku or hook it up with your smart TV or Google Chromecast or Amazon Fire.
Plus with fuboTV, the legal streaming service also includes Liga MX, Brasileiro, Ligue Un, Serie A, MLS, Argentina Primera Division, NASL, World Cup qualifiers and much more.
The FOX Soccer 2GO app is available for iOS and Android phones and tablets.
While Panama will fancy their chances of picking up a win at this centenary edition of the Copa America, the draw did little to enrich their chances of qualifying for the knockout stages.
That’s because after an opening game against Bolivia, Gomez’s men will face last year’s runners-up Argentina, followed by finalists Chile in their last group game. It means Los Canaleros will have to produce something very special indeed if their Centenario stay is to extend beyond June 14, when they face the holders.
There have typically been two different sides to the Bolivia national team. For a long time, on home soil they were extremely difficult to beat, with visitors unable to cope with altitude of the Estadio Hernando Siles Stadium in La Paz, 3,637 meters above sea level; they went seven games unbeaten on home soil between 2012 and 2013.
But away from that haven their lack of quality is often exposed, with away victories—or draws for that matter—very difficult to come by. Indeed, their smash-and-grab 3-2 win over Ecuador in last summer’s Copa America was their first win on foreign soil in eight years.