Mexico and Chile will face off on June 18th at 10:00 p.m. ET in a quarterfinal matchup in Copa America. The match will take place in Santa Clara, California at Levi’s Stadium the home of the NFL’s San Francisco 49ers. Mexico will surely have an enormous turnout of fans and they are even considered a favorite in the tournament since a Copa America match in the U.S. is nearly considered home field. Chile is still a solid team and will make this match an incredibly exciting event to watch.
You can watch a Mexico vs Chile live stream or watch online quite easily, even if you don’t have cable. We cover all of the options for tons of events just like this match on our site and below you can find out more for watching the match online or live right on your TV!
Watch Mexico vs Chile Online through Sling TV
The number one option to get a Mexico vs Chile live stream is Sling TV. The subscription streaming service costs $20 per month and gets you live streaming access to more than 20 cable channels. FX, the channel broadcasting the match, is included in the starting package, so you can easily watch Mexico vs Chile online with Sling TV. Other channels included on the basic package are FS1, FOX Sports regional networks, TBS, TNT, CNN, and National Geographic.
If you want to watch a Spanish broadcast of the match, Sling TV also has you covered. You can sign up for the Sports Extra add-on package for $5 per month. This gets you access to Univision Deportes which will be broadcasting in Spanish. It’s another easy way to watch a Mexico vs Chile stream. Find out more about Sling TV in our full review of the service.
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Use PlayStation Vue to Watch a Mexico vs Chile Stream
PlayStation Vue came onto the market as a competitor to Sling TV and will be another option to watch Mexico vs Chile online. FX is included in the basic package that costs $29.99 per month along with FS1, FS2, ESPN, ESPN2, Comedy Central, TNT, and TBS. You can watch any live streams from PlayStation Vue on your iOS devices, PlayStation Consoles, or by using Chromecast or Amazon Fire TV. There are some limitations compared to Sling TV on streaming outside the home, but it’s still a great option.
Learn more about the premium packages and offerings of network cable channels on PlayStation Vue in our full review.
FuboTV- An Ideal Streaming Service for Soccer
FuboTV is for people who love soccer, because you can watch some of the best leagues and tournaments on the service all year long. This includes a Spanish broadcast of Mexico vs Chile live stream on Univision Deportes. The best part about FuboTV (review) is it only costs $9.99 per month, so it’s a really good deal for all of the soccer and other content you can watch on the service. Or, if you want to watch the match online free you can with a 24-hour free trial from FuboTV.
Subscribe to FOX Soccer 2GO to Watch Mexico vs Chile Live Stream
All of Copa America will be broadcast on FOX’s streaming service for soccer fans, FOX Soccer 2GO. This means you can easily watch a Mexico vs Chile stream if you subscribe along with over 1,400 live rugby and soccer matches. FOX Soccer 2GO (review) broadcasts matches from some of the best leagues and tournaments in the world including Bundesliga, UEFA Champions League, Euro 2016, and the World Cup. It is a little more expensive than a service like FuboTV with a starting price of $19.99 per month. You can get it cheaper by subscribing for a full year by paying $10 for the first month and $139.99 for the rest of the year.
Mexico vs Chile Streaming Schedule
Date: Saturday, June 18th
Time: 10:00 p.m. ET
Live stream: Sling TV
This very well may be the most anticipated game of the quarterfinals, and you won’t want to miss it. It’s also quickly become the most expensive game of Copa America so far, in terms of ticket prices. There’s no clear favorite, with two of the best teams out there facing off – which always makes for a thoroughly exciting match!