Mexico and Venezuela will face off in a Copa America group stage match on June 13th at 8:00 p.m. ET in Houston, Texas. Mexico entered the tournament as the group favorite and is considered a favorite in this matchup as well. The team is playing on what is essentially home soil in Texas as many Mexico fans can easily get to the game. In order to catch the Mexico vs Venezuela live stream, you’ll want to read the guide below!
Uruguay is another favorite in the group and Venezuela could make progress on advancing instead of Uruguay if they can somehow pull out a victory against Mexico. Uruguay already dropped a match against Mexico 3-1, so this offers a great opportunity for Venezuela.
No matter how the match turns out, it looks to be an exciting one to watch. Whether you want to watch Mexico vs Venezuela online on your computer or stream it on your TV, we have got you covered. Read our below guide on the match to learn more!
Sling TV Offers a Mexico vs Venezuela Live Stream
The top option to watch Mexico vs Venezuela online will be Sling TV, a subscription streaming service. FOX Sports 1 will be broadcasting the match in English and is included in the starting package of Sling TV costing $20 per month. There are in total 20 cable channels included like FS1, FX, FOX Sports regional networks, National Geographic, TBS, TNT, and FOX in certain locations. You can find out here if you would get FOX on Sling TV.
In addition, you can watch a Mexico vs Venezuela live stream in Spanish through Univision Deportes and Sling TV. You need to sign up to the Sports Extra package to get Univision Deportes, but it only costs $5 more per month if you are hoping for a Spanish broadcast. Learn more about Sling TV in our review or test out the service with a 7-day free trial now!
You can watch a Mexico vs Venezuela stream right on the big screen with Sling TV if you have a device like a Roku or Chromecast. At the moment, you get a free $70 Roku player when you sign up for Sling TV for just three months. It is one of my favorite deals out there for cable cutters.
Use PlayStation Vue to Watch Mexico vs Venezuela Online
Sony’s PlayStation Vue is another streaming service that offers a live stream of the match. The service costs $29.99 per month and you get over 50 streaming channels including FS1, FS2, FX, TBS, TNT, ESPN, and ESPN2. If you are in Philadelphia, New York City, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, Miami, or Dallas you can also watch channels like ABC, NBC, CBS, and FOX for a starting price of $39.99 per month.
There is no way to watch a Spanish broadcast on PlayStation Vue (review) and there are some limitations on streaming options. A Mexico vs Venezuela live stream can be viewed from a number of devices, including on PlayStation Consoles, your TV with Chromecast or Amazon Fire TV, or iOS devices.
FuboTV – The Cheapest way to Watch a Mexico vs Venezuela Live Stream
At a starting cost of only $9.99 per month, FuboTV is a great option to watch a Mexico vs Venezuela stream. It is only available in Spanish though, as FOX Sports 1 is not included on FuboTV. But, Univision Deportes is available for streaming the match. Check out more details on the service including all of the different leagues and tournaments that can be watched on FuboTV in our detailed review. Or, you could test out the service yourself with FuboTV’s free 24-hour trial.
FOX Soccer 2GO – A Simple Way to Watch the Mexico vs Venezuela Stream
FOX Soccer 2GO will be live streaming the match on its service and will actually stream every single game of Copa America as well. FOX has full broadcast rights for any English language broadcast of the tournament. FOX Soccer 2GO offers similar live streaming options for matches from the CONCACAF Gold Cup, Euro 2016 Qualifiers, FIFA World Cup, and much more. In total, there are over 1,400 soccer and rugby matches live streamed on the service each year.
Mexico vs Venezuela Streaming Schedule:
Date: Monday, June 13th
Time: 8:00 p.m. ET
Channel: FS1 (Univision Deportes for Spanish coverage)
Live Stream: Sling TV
With Argentina ranked as a favorite in the Copa America tournament, Mexico will have a tough time overcoming this dominant team. Still, though, the Mexican National Team is currently holding the #16 World Fifa Rank, which is impressive to say the least. Time will tell who comes out on top in this exciting match. You can learn how to watch the rest of Copa America in our streaming guide here.
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