Argentina vs Venezuela Live Stream, Copa America 2016: Watch Online

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Saturday, June 18th, the national teams of Argentina and Venezuela will face each other during the Copa America Quarterfinals. Want to watch the Argentina vs Venezuela live stream?

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Along with Peru, Venezuela is the surprise of the Copa America Centenario. They are the only South American confederation squad to never make the World Cup, but they shocked Uruguay and handled Jamaica to make it to the knockout round of this tourney. Their next task? The best team in the world, according to the FIFA rankings, Argentina. The match will be June 18th at 7 Eastern on FX and Univision Deportes. You won’t want to miss the Argentina vs Venezuela live stream – and you won’t have to!

There are no shortage of ways to watch the Argentina vs Venezuela live stream online and legally. Here are 4 ways to do it.


Watch The Argentina vs Venezuela Live Stream on Sling TV

Sling TV

One of the most popular ways to cut the cord in the US is to sign up for Sling TV. Is it their 7-day free trial? Their low $20 a month price? The fact that there’s no contract to sign so you can cancel anytime?

Probably a little bit of all of these, but perhaps also because they offer so. many. deals. As of this writing, they have deals if you’re an Apple TV guy. They have deals if you’re a T-Mobile subscriber. They have deals to give you a free Roku 2. At any given time, the chances that they have a deal that can benefit you is right about 100%.

They have 2 different “Best of Live TV” packages, and the one with FX is on their package with more channels, you lucky duck. In fact, it has over 30 channels and, besides FX, gives you staples like CNN, BET, and Comedy Central.

If you’d rather see Argentina vs Venezuela online in Spanish, all you gotta do is sign up for their Sports Extra package for a mere $5 a month. It will give you several great sports channels including Univision Deportes, which will cover not just the Argentina vs Venezuela stream in Spanish, but every match of the tournament. We tell you more about Sling TV in our review.


PlayStation Vue Lets You Watch Argentina vs Venezuela Online

Playstation Vue

PlayStation Vue is a new streaming service that offers a ton of different channels. Even their most basic service, the “Access” package, has over 50 channels, and their most tricked-out package, called “Elite,” has over 100.

All of their packages carry FX, so it will be easy to watch the Argentina vs Venezuela live stream, regardless of your package. Said packages start at $29.99. Viewers in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, New York, Dallas, Miami and Philadelphia get an extra perk: the local affiliates, live, of NBC, ABC, CBS, and Fox. Viewers in the rest of the country needn’t fret though, because they get the national programs of those networks too (save CBS), just the next day on demand.

PlayStation Vue works on Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV products, iPhone, iPad, and of course, PS3/PS4. There’s a small caveat regarding PlayStation Vue though, and that is that it doesn’t allow mobile or on-the-go viewing. You have to be at your home base. There are some exceptions to that caveat for iPhone and iPad, but very fre. We talk about all things PlayStation Vue here.


FuboTV Is Great For Budget-Minded Soccer Fans


That’s because not only is fuboTV just $9.99 a month, less than half of most other cord-cutting services, but boy, do they like soccer at fuboTV. Besides Univision Deportes so you can watch the Argentina vs Venezuela stream, they give you GolTV, Bein Sports, and even their own in-house soccer channel.

But fuboTV is also great for non-soccer loves with channels like Revolt, Pivot, El Rey, and more.

There’s a little bit for everyone at fuboTV, and they even have a 24-hour free trial before you part ways with your hard-earned tenner. Oh, and yes, there’s no contract to sign and you can cancel anytime.


Fox Soccer 2Go: When All You Care About Is Soccer, And You Want A Ton

FOX Soccer 2Go

Fox Soccer 2Go might be the greatest option for watching the Argentina vs Venezuela live stream for a certain audience, because they don’t futz around with anything but soccer (okay, a little rugby league and aussie rules football too). Because all Fox Soccer 2Go brings you is live and on-demand matches of every soccer match in the Fox system of networks. That means the entire Copa America Centenario. That means the FIFA World Cup, both men’s and women’s. That means the UEFA Champions League and Europa League.That means domestic leagues ranging from the Bundesliga to the top-level leagues of Scotland, Australia, and Japan. That means so much more.

All in all, they have in their on-demand library over 1,400 matches for you to watch. So I’d get started if I were you.

Fox Soccer 2Go is $19.99 a month, or if you want to save a little scratch, sign up for their alternative pricing model, which is $10 for the first month and then $139.99 upfront for the next 12 months. Find out more here.


Argentina vs Venezuela Streaming Schedule

Date: Saturday, June 18th
Time: 7:00 p.m. ET
Channel: FX
Live stream: Sling TV


Argentina’s manager, Gerardo Martino, has confirmed that Lionel Messi will play in this game. Widely considered to be one of the best players in the world, Messi was injured in a friendly before Copa America began, but has since made short appearances in several games. He is scheduled to feature in this upcoming game, which means Argentina will have their work cut out for them. It’s going to be an exciting game, and you won’t want to miss it!

Further reading for you: Our cord-cutting guide to all things soccer, and our cord-cutting guide to all things sports. Also, don’t forget to read our Copa America streaming guide for more information on the rest of the tournament.


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