How to Use a VPN to Watch the Copa America
This year marks the 45th year of the Copa America. With 15 titles, Uruguay has the most wins, but this year Argentina has a secret weapon: Lionel Messi. That’s right. Messi’s skipping the 2016 Rio Olympics this year in hopes of leading Argentina to gold.
The matches begin on June 3rd as USA squares off against Columbia. (Gulp. Good luck, ‘Merica.) The finals happen on the 26th.
There are many different ways to watch the Copa America with a VPN. Some may require a subscription while others are free.
Check our guide below.
Step-by-Step Guide to Getting a VPN
Broadcasts differ per country, so it’s entirely possible that you may not be able to stream the Copa America based on your location. Not to worry! With a VPN DNS proxy service, you can secure your Internet and stream the Copa America from anywhere in the world.
- Sign Up for an ExpressVPN account.
- Install the VPN client software on your device. Guides are available to help you set up ExpressVPN on your Windows, Mac, Android, and your iOS device.
- Connect to a server where matches are being broadcast.
- Start watching!
How and Where to Watch the Copa America
Now that you have a VPN, you can stream all the Copa America matches, wherever you are! In the US, Fox Sports has acquired the rights to stream all 32 matches via the Fox Sports Go site.
To watch, simply:
- Connect to any VPN server in the US.
- Head to Fox Sports Go. (Note a valid US cable subscription may be required.)
- Scroll to the Copa America matches and enjoy!
New’s flash: Sprint users in the US can stream the matches at no extra charge on their mobile devices from FuboTV. GOALLLLLLLL!
Stream the Copa America Abroad
Don’t have a valid US address or cable subscription? No problem. You can stream the Copa America from other countries as well.
- From a UK server, you can stream the Copa America with BT Sport.
- From a Canadian server, you can stream from Univision Canada.
- From an Australian server, you can stream from Fox Sports
The Competition Starts June 3rd. Don’t Be Late!
10 stadiums will be hosting 32 games throughout 23 days. Here’s the order:
- June 3-14: Group Stage
- June 16-18: Quarterfinals
- June 21-22: Semifinals
- June 25: 3rd place
- June 26: Finals
You can check the entire 2016 Copa America schedule on the main website.
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Let us know if the following guide was helpful, and be sure to leave your predictions for this year’s winner below.