If you’re trying to find out how you can watch Haiti vs. Peru in the Copa America Centenario, you’ve come to the right place.

All eyes turn to the CenturyLink Field in Seattle on Saturday, June 4 as Haiti and Peru play their first game in Group B. With Brazil and Ecuador favorites to advance from this group, it’s imperative that Haiti or Peru get 3 points in this game to try to challenge Ecuador and Brazil for the coveted second spot in the group in order to help try to advance to the quarter-finals. With Haiti and Peru both being proud soccer nations, everything is on the line for both countries.

Here are all of the details of where you can watch it on television and via legal streaming:

Who: Haiti vs. Peru
What: Copa America Centenario, Group B
When: Game kicks off at 7:30pm ET / 4:30pm PT
Where: Live on FOX Sports 2, Univision, Univision Deportes Network, FOX Sports Go, FOX Soccer 2GO, Sling Latino and fuboTV (free trial)

With fuboTV, you can watch the Haiti vs. Peru 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.

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Haiti will be featuring in a Copa America tournament for the first time in the nation’s history this summer and that’s a burgeoning excitement surrounding this squad as they get set to take on some illustrious opposition.

Neveu has a dynamic group of footballers to call upon and a pool of players which seems to be growing in quality year upon year. They tend to sit in and seek to counter-attack sides by utilizing their pace in advanced areas, and while holding firm under pressure remains an issue, Haiti are well capable of putting together some thrilling pieces of attacking play.

In 2015, for the second consecutive tournament, Peru finished in third place at the Copa America. It’s to the nation’s great credit that they were able to do so and given their fresh penchant for making runs into the latter stages of the tournament, shouldn’t be dismissed here.

What was more impressive about their progression was the fact that Gareca only took the job on in February 2015, selected a young squad and got the players organized quickly. It’s a process which he has sought to continue beyond the 2015 Copa in World Cup qualifying, with admittedly mixed results to this point.

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