The men’s national soccer teams of Brazil and Peru will face off on June 12th at 8:30 p.m. ET in Foxborough, Massachusetts. Even after a slew of injuries Brazil is the favorite to advance out of Group B and Peru is labeled as a “longshot” along with Haiti. This matchup will be Peru’s opportunity to make an impact on the world stage, which can be done even by playing an impressive Brazilian team closely in the match. A win or draw for Peru would be a huge victory and a real hit to the pride of Brazil. If you want to watch the Brazil vs Peru live stream, you can learn how in the guide below.
Any time Brazil plays it is an exciting match to watch as they are one of the more talented national teams in the world. You need to make sure you can watch the match even if you decided to cut cable. Thankfully, there are plenty of options out there to watch Brazil vs Peru online, and below you can find them in more detail.
Sling TV is The Best Option to Watch a Brazil vs Peru Live Stream
The number one way to watch Brazil vs Peru online will be subscription streaming service Sling TV. For only $20 per month you get access to more than 20 cable channels live streaming. FOX Sports 1 is included in the starting package and that will be your source for watching a Brazil vs Peru stream.
Another option on Sling TV (review) is the Sports Extra package, which costs $5 more per month, and gives you access to Univision Deportes. This channel will be playing a Spanish broadcast of every Copa America game. Channels included on Sling TV are FS1, Fox Sports regional networks, FX, TBS, TNT, and in some locations FOX. You can test out Sling TV free for a week with the 7-day free trial!
Sling TV will offer nearly every game of the Copa America tournament, which is why it’s our #1 recommendation if you’re looking to watch Copa America online. In fact, this service is our favorite choice for cord-cutters overall, because it offers so much awesome content for the whole family.
Streaming can be done on computers, phones, tablets, or on the TV with Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and Chromecast. The Roku player, which retails at $70, actually comes free with a three month Sling TV subscription. It’s one of my favorite deals out there, because the value is awesome when you consider you’re basically getting the Roku player and Sling TV for $10 less than the Roku costs alone.
Get a Brazil vs Peru Stream on PlayStation Vue
PlayStation Vue, Sony’s cable alternative, is a similar way to watch Brazil vs Peru online. The service has streaming cable channels including FS1, FS2, FX, ESPN, ESPN2, TBS, TNT, and nearly 50 others. The subscription costs $29.99 for month in most areas and $39.99 per month in areas where you get access to channels like ABC, NBC, FOX, and CBS.
You can watch a Brazil vs Peru live stream on your PlayStation Consoles, iOS devices, or with a streaming device like the Chromecast or Amazon Fire TV. Streaming options are more limited than Sling TV, but it’s still a viable option for a cable alternative. You’ll be able to watch the Brazil vs Peru live stream with Vue, but only at home as mobile viewing is restricted.
You can learn a lot more on the service including information on the premium packages in our PlayStation Vue review.
Watch Brazil vs Peru Online in Spanish on FuboTV
Similar to Sling TV’s Sports Extra package, FuboTV gives you access to Univision Deportes. At a cost of only $9.99 per month it is a great service for casual or avid soccer fans to watch tons of live matches without cable. Some of the most popular leagues in the world are accessible on FuboTV and you can learn more about which ones in our full review of the service. If you want to watch a Brazil vs Peru live stream in Spanish it is obviously the cheapest option or you can test out the service free for a day with the 24-hour free trial!
FOX Soccer 2GO Offers the Entire Copa America Live Stream
One of the premier streaming service for soccer fans, FOX Soccer 2GO will be another way to watch a Brazil vs Peru stream. The service will stream the entire Copa America tournament since FOX has broadcast rights for the entire tournament in the U.S. In a single year, FOX Soccer 2GO gives subscribers more than 1,400 live soccer and rugby matches along with tons of highlights, analysis, and on-demand content. On a monthly basis, FOX Soccer 2GO costs $19.99 per month. Or, you can pay $10 for the first month and $139.99 for the rest of the year and save some money in the long run.
Check out more details on the service in our review here.
Brazil vs Peru Streaming Schedule
Date: Sunday, June 12th
Time: 8:30 p.m. ET
Channel: FS1 (Univision Deportes for Spanish coverage)
Live Stream: Sling TV
With Brazil currently holding the #7 FIFA world ranking, while Peru is ranked just 48th, this will be a tough match to win for the Peruvian team. But even a strong showing from Peru will be a great sign for their chances in this tournament, as Brazil is a dominant force in Copa America.
As cable cutting has grown the options for sports fans to watch live games or matches online has grown as you can see in our sports guide for cable cutters. One of the sports that have benefited the most has been soccer and you can learn about all of the different options to watch soccer online here.
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