One of the most intriguing matches of the first round of the Copa America Centenario is Brazil vs. Ecuador, which will be played at the Rose Bowl June 4th at 10PM Eastern. Even without Neymar, Brazil is a tournament favorite, but Ecuador is ranked a gaudy 12th in the world. Want to watch the Brazil vs Ecuador live stream?
The game will air in the U.S. on FS1, with millions of people from all over the world tuning in to watch the excitement. Thankfully, there are no shortage of ways you can watch Brazil vs Ecuador online – without cable or satellite. Keep reading to learn your options!
Access Brazil vs Ecuador Live Stream On Sling TV
One of the easiest, most reliable ways to watch FS1 – and a number of other channels – online is through Sling TV. Besides carrying FS1, which allows you to watch Brazil vs Ecuador online, Sling TV also gives you FX, Fox, and in many markets, the Fox regional sports network most geographically relevant to you. Sling TV is super affordable, and if you find you don’t like it, no problem; you have a full 7-day free trial to try it out. Either way, you won’t be bogged down by some contract. In fact, you can cancel anytime.
Right now, Sling TV has a sweet deal where if you sign up for 3 months of service, you get a free Roku 2. That’s a heck of a deal, nay, steal. And don’t forget that Sling TV offers a whole lot more than just the Brazil vs Ecuador live stream – with it, you’ll be able to watch many of your favorite TV shows, live sports, news coverage, and much more – all for just $20 a month!
If you’d rather enjoy the game in Spanish, you can add on the Sports Extra package from Sling TV. This package is just $5 a month, and will give you access to many popular sports networks, including Univision Deportes. This channel will host Spanish coverage of Copa America throughout the tournament, so you’ll be able to enjoy this game and the rest of the match ups live!
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Watch The Brazil vs Ecuador Stream with PlayStation Vue
PlayStation Vue also provides an easy way to watch this game online. You can watch the action on Vue from a PS3, PS4, Chromecast, iPhone/iPad, and Amazon Fire TV products. Vue has a robust number of channel options, including FS1 and all of the rest of the channels covering the Copa America Centenario. Even their most basic package offers 55+ channels, so there is a TON of stuff to watch on Vue!
PlayStation Vue, it’s important to note, comes with some restrictions. Only the iPad/iPhone applications allows you to watch away from home, and even then, only with restrictions. Still, their options start at $29.99 a month and come with a 7-day free trial. Check out our review of the Vue here.
Fox Soccer 2Go Lets You Watch Brazil vs Ecuador Online
The Fox family of networks sure has rights to a lot of soccer stuff. Besides all of the Copa America Centenario (including, of course, the Brazil vs Ecuador live stream), they have the Bundesliga, Europa League, CONCACAF Champions Leagues, UEFA Champions League, Australian Hyundai A-League, and Scottish Premier League, FIFA World Cup,Women’s World Cup, CONCACAF Gold Cup, UEFA Super Cup, and the International Champions Cup in addition to Rugby League and Aussie Rules football.
It all adds up to over 1,400 matches you can watch live on Fox Soccer 2Go, but also, crucially, on demand. All of this for just $19.99 a month or, if you have money in the bank and want to save about 100 bucks, get their annual pass, which is $10 for the first month and then $139 for a year. We reviewed Fox Soccer 2Go in full here.
Watch Brazil vs Ecuador in Spanish on FuboTV
If you’d rather watch the game in Spanish, FuboTV lets you do just that! By subscribing to this $10-a-month, no contract service, you’ll gain access to Univision Deportes, BeIN Sports, and many more popular soccer channels. Univision will host the Brazil vs Ecuador match, so you can use this service to catch the game live.
You can use Fubo on all the standard streaming devices, including Roku, Chromecast, iOS, computers, and more. For just $10 a month, FuboTV (review here) represents excellent value. It gets even cheaper if you buy a year. And, better yet, there’s even a free trial available!
Brazil vs Ecuador Streaming Schedule:
Date: Saturday, June 4th
Time: 10 p.m. ET
Channel: FS1 (or Univision Deportes for Spanish coverage)
Live Stream: Sling TV
With two top teams vying for the top spot, this is sure to be an exciting matchup. In fact, the entire Copa America tournament should be an experience to remember! Also be sure to check out our full cable-cuttin’ soccer guide here, and our full sports guide here.