The national soccer teams of Mexico and Uruguay will meet in a Copa America match on Sunday, June 5th at 8:00 p.m. ET. As part of the United States hosted tournament, one of the biggest soccer tournaments hosted on U.S. soil in two decades, the match will be played at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. Coming into the match, both teams have been relatively impressive as Uruguay has only lost one of its last five matches and Mexico has won all five of its last matches. Want to watch the Mexico vs Uruguay live stream?
It will surely be an exciting matchup between two talented teams. If you are worried about missing out on the action because you don’t have cable, worry no longer. There are multiple options out there to watch Mexico vs Uruguay online or live streaming on your TV on FOX Sports 1 even though you do not have cable. Read on to learn more.
Sling TV- The Best Way to Watch A Mexico vs Uruguay Live Stream
Sling TV is our highest recommended option to watch a Mexico vs Uruguay live stream on Sunday. The subscription streaming service lets you watch more than 20 popular cable channels live streaming for only $20 per month. One of the packages includes channels like FS1, regional FOX Sports networks, FX, TBS, TNT, AMC, and in some locations FOX’s main channel (You can find out if FOX is available in your location here). The inclusion of FS1 means you can watch Mexico vs Uruguay online on your computer or streaming on a mobile device or tablet. You can even watch it for free with Sling TV’s free 7-day trial.
In addition to those streaming options you can watch a Mexico vs Uruguay stream on your TV with devices like Roku, Chromecast, or Amazon Fire TV. The Roku is one of the best and you can actually get a Roku for free if you sign up for Sling TV for three months. It’s an awesome deal and you can learn even more about Sling TV in our detailed review here.
For Spanish speakers, you’ll also be able to catch the Mexico vs Uruguay live stream in Spanish. All you need is a basic Sling TV subscription and the Sports Extra add-on, which will give you Univision Deportes, among many other great sports channels. The channel is also available in the Deportes Extra package – each of which are just $5 a month extra.
Get a Mexico vs Uruguay Stream on PlayStation Vue
Sony’s PlayStation Vue has become a direct competitor with Sling TV and is another solid option to watch Mexico vs Uruguay online. The starting package, costing $29.99 per month, includes channels like FS1, FS2, FX, TBS, TNT, ESPN, ESPN2, and nearly 50 more. It will be a solid option to watch Copa America online during the entire tournament, as you can see in our Copa America streaming guide.
The streaming compatibility is more limited than Sling TV, but you can still watch with PlayStation Consoles, iOS devices, Chromecast, or Amazon Fire TV. There is a ton of content available live and on-demand on PlayStation Vue and you can learn more about it in our full review.
FOX’s own streaming service, FOX Soccer 2GO, will be broadcasting a Mexico vs Uruguay live stream. In fact, it will broadcast every single game during the Copa America tournament. The service starts at $19.99 per month, but can also be subscribed to for the full year at a discounted rate. FOX Soccer 2GO (review) provides access to almost 1,400 rugby and soccer matches each year from Bundesliga, the UEFA Champions League, the Europa League, and many more. Plus, big tournaments are broadcast each year including the CONCACAF Gold Cup, the FIFA World Cup, and the UEFA Super Cup.
Enjoy Mexico vs Uruguay Spanish Streaming with fuboTV
fuboTV remains a great way to watch soccer online, and it doesn’t disappoint with its inclusion of Univision Deportes, the channel that is set to host the entire Copa America tournament. If you’d rather watch these games in Spanish, fuboTV (review) is a great way to do it!
The service works on just about any device that’s capable of streaming video, includes many great sports channels, and costs just $10 a month. You can even try it out free for a day with their free trial.
Mexico vs Uruguay Streaming Schedule:
Date: Sunday, June 5
Time: 8 p.m. ET
Channel: FS1 (Univision Deports for Spanish coverage)
Live Stream: Sling TV
This match is sure to be a must-watch, so don’t miss it! If you’re someone who likes to keep up with the news before each game, this site will help. If you are interested in watching even more sports online check out our guides to watching soccer online or our full sports guide for cable cutters!
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