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

All eyes turn to the Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia on Thursday, June 9 as Uruguay hope to bounce back from their defeat in the controversial game against Mexico. Meanwhile, after Venezuela’s surprise win against Jamaica earlier this week, Venezuela will be full of confidence against a tough Uruguay team.

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

Who: Uruguay vs. Venezuela
What: Copa America Centenario, Group C
When: Game kicks off at 7:30pm ET / 4:30pm PT; Thursday, June 9, 2016
Where: Live on FOX Sports 1, Univision, Univision Deportes Network, FOX Sports Go, FOX Soccer 2GO, and fuboTV (free trial)

With fuboTV, you can watch the Uruguay vs. Venezuela 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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When it comes to the Copa America, if there’s one team opponents don’t look forward to facing it’s Uruguay. And La Celeste are looking primed to reclaim the title they won so memorably in 2011.

Last summer’s edition wasn’t one to remember for Tabarez’s troops. Not only were they unable to call upon star forward Luis Suarez following his misdemeanors at the World Cup in 2014, they lost their composure at key points in the heat of battle; Edinson Cavani’s red card in the defeat to Chile summed up a poor tournament.

Of all the South American teams involved in the Centenario, it’s Venezuela who find themselves in the worst run of form. Dudamel’s men desperately need to discover some kind of impetus if they’re going to be competitive in the United States.

In 2015 La Vinotinto began their tournament with a bang, beating a Colombia side which looked lost with key men out of form. They were unable to build on that triumph, though, and since have found form very difficult to come by; they lost seven of their next eight games following their victory over Los Cafeteros.

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