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Drake Reportedly Bets $300k on Canada Beating Argentina in Copa America Match: Here’s How to Watch the Soccer Game Online Free

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Copa América 2024 is approaching a climactic end with the finals set to take place on Sunday (July 14), featuring a performance from Shakira. Four teams currently remain as we enter the semifinals and kicking off the matches will be Lionel Messi and Argentina who will face off against Canada tonight, Tuesday (July 9).

Drake is making it known who he’s hoping takes home the victory, as the rapper reportedly bet $300,000 for Canada to win over the Lionel Messi and the Argentinian team, according to ESPN FC on X.

You still find tickets to watch Copa América semifinals, but in case you can’t travel to the soccer match in person at the MetLife Stadium in Rutherford, N.J., you can livestream Canada vs. Argentina to see who will move on to the finals and take on either Uruguay or Colombia.

The semifinal match will air live on FS1 and the easiest way to watch the soccer match is through cable. If you’ve recently cut the cord, you don’t have to spend hundreds of dollars on a cable package to watch Canada vs. Argentina, there are some live TV streaming platforms that offer the channel — and for a fraction of the cost.

Keep reading to learn the streaming options available to watch Argentina vs. Canada online without cable.

How to Watch Canada vs. Argentina Online for Free

FS1 will be livestreaming the first semifinal game on Tuesday (July 9) at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT. You can stream the soccer match for free through promos and free trials offered by live TV streamers that ShopBillboard has listed below.

DirecTV Stream

Watch Canada vs. Argentina on DirecTV Stream, which includes FS1 as part of the hundreds of channels available in its lineup. New users can score a five-day free trial when you subscribe to one of the four packages offered. Every single package includes FS1, FS2 and Fox in addition to more sports and local channels. Additional savings: save $30 when you combine a streaming package with a “Sports Pack.” Currently, the Entertainment + Sports Pack is $85 (reg. $95) for the first three months.

Other benefits include unlimited DVR storage and no cap on the amount of devices you can stream on at once.

Sling Tv

You can watch Canada vs. Argentina semifinal game on Sling TV for as little as $30 (reg. $40) when you sign up for one of the three packages as a new user. The streaming platform is offering a promo that gives you $10 off your first month, but you’ll only get access to FS1 through the Blue package or the Orange + Blue package. For $35 (reg. $45), the Blue plan will give you access to local channels, FS1 and more live entertainment and sports content as well as up to 50 hours of DVR storage.

Get even more content when you combine the Blue and Orange plans for $50 (reg. $60) and get all 48 channels including FS1 and the NFL Network, and the ability to stream on up to three devices at once.

FuboTV

Fubo is another free streaming option to watch Canada vs. Argentina online, as it comes with a sevenday free trial when you sign up. You’ll be able to livestream Copa América games and more than 100 channels at no cost during the trial period. Once your free trial is over, you’ll be charged based on the package you choose at checkout.

Plans start out at $79.99 a month, which will give you 199 channels to flip through, 1000 hours of DVR storage and the ability to watch content on up to 10 screens at once. Expand your options when you upgrade to the Premier plan for $99.99 a month that includes everything in the Elite plan as well as access to Showtime and 275 channels.

Hulu + Live TV

Hulu + Live TV is offering a rare three-day free trial for new users who sign up. Along with getting access to the entire Hulu library, you’ll also receive more than 75 live channels (including FS1) to watch whenever. Once the free trial is over, you’ll be charged $77 a month (with ads) or go ad-free for $90 a month.

Hulu + Live TV will automatically be bundled with ESPN+ and Disney+ expanding your program offerings and giving you access to the most content out of all of the options listed here. In addition to FS1, you’ll be able to watch exclusive content offered on ESPN+.

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