fuboTV announced today additional programming details around its exclusive live streaming rights to the Qatar World Cup 2022 Qualifying matches of South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL).

fuboTV will launch a dedicated CONMEBOL experience where subscribers can stream all qualifying matches and shoulder programming. Every single game will be available in Spanish-language via a subscription to fubo Latino, while all of the games will be available in English-language via the CONMEBOL & More add-on package.

Select games in English-language (which ones will be determined at a later date) will be available to fuboTV subscribers who have the fubo Sports Network. The games available on Fubo Sports Network will only be available on fuboTV and not through Fubo Sports Network’s off-platform distribution partners such as Pluto TV.

Current fuboTV subscribers who have the English-language plan will have the CONMEBOL & More included for free. New subscribers will be able to get it by subscribing to one of fuboTV’s plans and then adding CONMEBOL & More for $6.99 per month.

To enhance the 70 live CONMEBOL qualifying matches, fuboTV will produce a full slate of original programming including pre-match, half-time and post-match shows. All programming, which will be available in English and Spanish, kicks off with the upcoming window of CONMEBOL qualifying matches on June 3. Several additional match windows will be held throughout 2021 and into early 2022.

SEE MORE: Schedule of World Cup qualifiers on U.S. streaming

Soccer icons Carlos Valderrama (Colombia national team), Juan Pablo Ángel (Colombia national team), Mark González (Liverpool, Chile national team, among others) and Lucas Barrios (Paraguay national team), as well as rising media star Antonella González, will join a star-studded lineup that includes previously-announced legends Pablo Zabaleta (Manchester City and Argentina national team) and Melissa Ortiz (Colombia women’s national team) as hosts of fuboTV’s original programming. More soccer stars will join fubo’s programming as guest commentators throughout the tournament.

fuboTV users can stream CONMEBOL matches and programming in several ways:

New fuboTV subscribers

Users of an English-language plan can add the CONMEBOL & More channel package, which will be available later today, to their subscription. In addition to CONMEBOL coverage, this package also includes eight other premium sports channels featuring soccer, baseball, football, basketball and more.

New subscribers will be able to stream select CONMEBOL matches and programming through Fubo Sports Network on fuboTV only (not available through Fubo Sports Network’s off-platform distribution partners) without a CONMEBOL & More subscription.

Users of a Spanish-language plan can subscribe to Latino Quarterly. In addition to all CONMEBOL coverage, the Latino Quarterly plan features the best in Spanish language TV from sports to news and entertainment.

Current fuboTV subscribers

Current English-language plan subscribers (prior to May 26, 2021) will automatically receive CONMEBOL coverage in their existing plans. Unfortunately, this doesn’t include legacy Fubo Pro subscribers.

Users who signed up for the Latino Quarterly plan after February 17, 2021 will automatically receive CONMEBOL coverage. Users who subscribed to Latino Quarterly before February 17 must add the CONMEBOL y Más channel package, which will be available later today, to their plan to receive CONMEBOL coverage.

To find out when soccer games are on, download the free Soccer TV Schedules App which includes listings of all of the live soccer matches available in the United States (available on Apple iOS devices and Android devices).