Argentina is playing in a pair of friendlies to commemorate its World Cup success, and both games are exclusively available on Fanatiz for viewers in the US and Canada. As part of the March international break, Argentina is playing against Panama on Thursday, March 23, at the Monumental in Buenos Aires. Then, on Tuesday, March 28, Argentina will take on Curacao in Santiago del Estero. Both games kick off at 7:30 p.m. ET.

This pair of friendlies is only available via pay-per-view on Fanatiz. The streaming service is providing a bundle of both games, in addition to a seven-day free trial on Fanatiz. That bundle costs $29.99. In this bundle, Fanatiz will broadcast the two games live and ‘Porteros de Selección,’ a docuseries about each of the Argentina World Cup winners.

The two games, though, are available in three ways for viewers in Canada and the United States. Fans can watch in English, Spanish or with no commentary at all, instead listening to crowd noise. Argentina’s support was rapturous at the World Cup, it should be the same when the side plays its first games back in Argentina since lifting the trophy after beating France.

Many of those World Cup stars are back in the squad for this pair of friendlies. Lionel Messi, Angel Di Maria, Emiliano Martinez, Enzo Fernandez and Julian Alvarez will all feature for La Abilceleste.

Argentina friendlies exclusively on Fanatiz

The only way to see these celebrations, though, is through the PPV option on Fanatiz. Argentina’s games could give potential new subscribers a view into what Fanatiz is like. The coverage on the services does include beIN SPORTS in a cost-effective way. That way, you can watch competitions such as Messi in Ligue Un or South American teams in Copa Libertadores.

Or, the Argentina interest could lead new fans to the Argentine Primera Division, the top flight in Argentina. Fanatiz offers the Argentine league in English- and Spanish-language.

Subscriptions to Fanatiz after the seven-day free trial with this PPV bundle are $9.99 per month.

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