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How to watch Argentina vs. Ecuador free: Live stream Copa America quarterfinals

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The 2024 Copa America quarterfinals kick off tonight with a match between Argentina and Ecuador. Keep reading to learn everything you need to know about how to watch Argentina vs. Ecuador, including free live streaming options.

With 15 wins, Argentina holds the record (tied with Uruguay) for the most Copa America victories, and they’re hoping to break that tie with another win this year. So far, the team has sailed through the tournament, winning all three group-stage matches in shutouts. Ecuador, who have never won Copa America, has had a rougher time so far at the tournament. They lost their first match, won their second, and came to a 0-0 draw in the third. But they still performed better than Mexico and Jamaica, narrowly passing them through to the next round.

Whether you’re rooting for Argentina or Ecuador, we’ve got you covered with worldwide watch options. Make sure to bookmark our Copa America streaming guide for info on the other quarterfinal matches.

How to watch Argentina vs. Ecuador quick links

How to watch Argentina vs. Ecuador in the US

The Argentina vs. Ecuador game will air on Thursday at 9 p.m. ET on FOX in the US. If you don’t have cable, you can still catch the game via a live TV package like Sling TV or Fubo.

For Sling, you’ll need to subscribe to Sling Blue to access local channels. This coverage is pretty selective, so you should look up your zip code beforehand to see if you can access FOX in your area. You can also check out Sling’s local channels listing for more info. Subscriptions start at $40 a month, but Sling usually has a promo going that will knock $10 to $20 off your first month. You can also try Fubo, which has even more channels and broader FOX coverage. Subscriptions cost $79.99 a month, but new users can try out the service free for one week.

How to watch Argentina vs. Ecuador in Mexico

Copa America games are available through multiple services in Mexico, including TelevisaUnivision’s ViX. ViX subscription prices vary from plan to plan, but some games, including tonight’s Argentina vs. Ecuador match, are available to stream for free.

How to watch Argentina vs. Ecuador in Canada

The Argentina vs. Ecuador match will live stream through TSN in Canada. Subscriptions start at $19.99 per month and you can also tune into the Euros here. 

How to watch Argentina vs. Ecuador in the UK

Argentina vs. Ecuador will be available to live stream on Premier Sports in the UK. Subscription prices start at £10.99 a month, making it one of the UK’s more affordable paid sports TV packages.

How to watch Argentina vs. Ecuador in Australia

Australian viewers can catch Argentina vs. Ecuador through Optus Sport. Subscriptions start at $24.99 a month, and the Euros stream here as well.

How to watch Argentina vs. Ecuador in Brazil

Argentina vs. Ecuador will be available to live stream on Globoplay in Brazil. Subscriptions start at R$54,90 monthly.

How to watch Argentina vs. Ecuador from anywhere

Fans who will be outside of Mexico when the match airs can still try keeping up with the free stream via VPN. Short for virtual private networks, VPNs allow people to alter their device’s virtual location so that they can access their usual websites no matter where they are. VPNs are especially popular among those looking to upgrade their online privacy and keep up with their go-to apps while traveling. Our go-to VPN recommendation is ExpressVPN, since it’s beginner-friendly and comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee, so there are no worries if you find that it’s not a help. Check out our ExpressVPN review for additional details.

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