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Watch CONMEBOL World Cup qualifiers on TV and streaming

Where to find CONMEBOL World Cup qualifiers on TV

Looking where to find CONMEBOL World Cup qualifiers on TV and streaming? Here are the answers to your questions:

In the latest round of World Cup qualifiers, CONMEBOL plans to squeeze three match windows into one week. That means three games per country across the continent of South America from Thursday, September 2 through Thursday, September 9. In that time, all fifteen matches will be available live to viewers in the United States featuring games that include Brazil-Argentina, Uruguay vs. Ecuador, Colombia vs. Chile, among others.

Same as the last round of CONMEBOL World Cup qualifiers, all of the streamed games are exclusive to fuboTV. The streaming service is offering all of the games in English-language and Spanish-language as well as featuring pre-match, half-time and post-match analysis.

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Price: $32.99 / month

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In addition to live and exclusive coverage of all of the CONMEBOL World Cup qualifiers, fubo Latino also includes:

• Univision
• FOX Deportes
• ESPN Deportes
• And, in all, over 30 live channels of the TV you love.

With fubo Latino, you get a ton of quality programming for $32.99 per month — which includes all 15 CONMEBOL games as well as games from Liga MX, Ligue 1 (featuring PSG’s front three of Messi-Neymar-Mbappé), MLS and more. fubo Latino also includes 250 hours of Cloud DVR space.

With fubo Latino, you can watch the game(s) on your PC or Mac as well as Roku, iPhone and Android phones, Amazon FireTV, Apple TV, Chromecast, Android TV, Samsung Smart TV and Xbox One. If you connect any of these devices to your TV, you can watch the game on your big screen.

Also, here’s information about watching the games in English-language.

All times Eastern USA


FIFA World Cup Qualifying – CONMEBOL


Monday, June 13

02:00 pm EDT
Peru vs. TBD
Telemundo, fubo TV, DirecTV Stream, Hulu + Live TV


The World Cup qualifiers are also available via pay-per-view for $29.95 per game.

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  1. Brian

    September 11, 2021 at 11:15 pm

    To those whom read the message… Are you able to watch de games in HD? I use Xbox One, Fubo Tv App and honestly the quality of the video is so poor that I am wondering if the money is well invested. I think is the channel, because Bein sports and TUDN have good quality for an streaming service. I hope they change the quality soon for the Conmebol qualifiers channels

  2. locofooty

    September 3, 2021 at 9:29 am

    Yeah, I can’t see this Brasil beating Argentina on Sunday. Clasicos are unpredictable, but on paper I can’t see that happening.

  3. Ra

    September 3, 2021 at 9:17 am

    A great commentary I read on the game —
    On a pitch below criticism, with Neymar out of shape, missing basic passes and an unmissable goal, and with goalkeeper Weverton saving Brazil in the first half, the dismantled, due to the incompetence of the CBF, the Brazilian team ended up beating the Chilean by 1 a 0, goal by Everton Ribeiro, who came off the bench to give his seventh victory in seven games for the Qatar Cup qualifiers. The selection continues with 100% success and the dear listener may ask: “And what more do you want?”, to which I will answer without blinking: “A little bit of good football”.

  4. Ra

    September 3, 2021 at 9:13 am

    The Brazilian performance yesterday was pathetic. The worst was Neymar, heavy and inaccurate. PSG will have a hard time if Pochettino decides not to bench him.
    Tite sacrificed Vini and Gabigol to give Neymar the freedom to roam around the field, to no avail.
    Brazil vs Argentina will certainly be very interesting.

  5. dave

    September 2, 2021 at 11:09 pm

    Thank you for the information. I signed up for fubo Latino today and am pleased so far with the CONMEBOL qualifiers coverage. I watched on iPad with nice video and audio (by iPad standards; I am neither a videophile nor an audiophile). The interface is intuitive and pause, rewind, and go-live functionality seem fine. Spanish commentary with crisp articulation
    If it stays like this, fubo is a keeper for the remaining months of CONMEBOL qualifying. I could also see putting this in the mix during months when I want full access to all of Liga MX – both liguillas and the last month of Clausura. It is great that fubo carry TUDN, TUDNxtra, ESPND, and FOXD

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