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Copa Libertadores TV Schedule

Torneo: 2024
Tuesday Aug 13, 2024
Match
Time (PT)
Tourney
Watch
GrêmioGrêmio
vs
FluminenseFluminense
3:00 pm
Copa Libertadores
Fanatiz beIN Sports
San LorenzoSan Lorenzo
vs
Atlético MineiroAtlético Mineiro
5:30 pm
Copa Libertadores
Fanatiz beIN Sports
Colo-ColoColo-Colo
vs
JuniorJunior
5:30 pm
Copa Libertadores
Fanatiz beIN Sports
Wednesday Aug 14, 2024
Match
Time (PT)
Tourney
Watch
PeñarolPeñarol
vs
The StrongestThe Strongest
3:00 pm
Copa Libertadores
Fanatiz beIN Sports
TalleresTalleres
vs
River PlateRiver Plate
5:30 pm
Copa Libertadores
Fanatiz beIN Sports
BotafogoBotafogo
vs
PalmeirasPalmeiras
5:30 pm
Copa Libertadores
Fanatiz beIN Sports
Thursday Aug 15, 2024
Match
Time (PT)
Tourney
Watch
NacionalNacional
vs
São PauloSão Paulo
3:00 pm
Copa Libertadores
Fanatiz beIN Sports
All times PT
Last updated: 7/20/2024

Copa Libertadores U.S. Broadcast Rights

Copa Libertadores, also known as CONMEBOL Libertadores, is South America's premier soccer tournament... and because there are 32 teams and a qualifying round, it runs a good 8 months. In play and format, it's most similar to the EUFA Champions League and in the United Status, it's a very attractive event for TV broadcasters. For the 2024 season (and through 2026), beIN Sports has full and exclusive broadcast rights in both English and Spanish. The two best ways to get beIN Sports are with Fanatiz and Fubo.

Fanatiz is a streaming service that specializes in soccer coverage. From Copa Libertadores to France's Ligue 1, you'll get access to a lot of the major tourneys, all for a reasonable price of $9.99/mo for 12 high-quality soccer channels. You won't get any non-sports programming so Fanatiz is really best suited as an add-on to a regular cable, satellite or streaming plan.

If you want a provider that has Copa Libertadores and is a true replacement for cable, Fubo is an excellent option. While it runs a bit more than Fanatiz, their Latino plan features over 63 channels for $32.99/mo. That's a solid mix of movies, news, entertainment AND sports.

Where to watch Copa Libertadores in the United States

In addition to the primary beIN Sports channel, Copa Libertadores will also be broadcast on beIN Sports en Español (aka beIN Sports ñ) and beIN Sports Connect. beIN sports Connect is the streaming service that lets you follow all the action on your mobile device. So, when you're not home, simply fire up the the beIN Sports Connect app and login with your Fanatiz or Fubo credentials.

Fanatiz All matches

In the states, Fanatiz is the cheapest way to catch all the action. The carry all the beIN Sports channels in both English and Spanish. They also give you a bunch of viewing options (different broadcast teams, watching a game with NO announcers and just the stadium sounds, etc).

Channels:
beIN Sports beIN Sports ñ beIN Sports Connect
Fubo All matches

As with Fanatiz, Fubo carries the entire beIN Sports suite of channels. You'll also get beIN Sports ñ, TUDN, ESPN Deportes, FOX Deportes and much more.

Channels:
beIN Sports beIN Sports ñ beIN Sports Connect

Fanatiz and their Front Row plan cover Copa Libertadores

Fanatiz offers a few different plans. Their most popular is Front Row and it includes Copa Libertadores, Sudamericana, Recopa and a ton more soccer. You can add-on other leagues and countries as well, such as the Brasileirão Play plan (local Brazilian soccer). If you want the cheapest, LEGAL way to just watch Copa Libertadores, Fanatiz is it.

Streaming Copa-Libertadores with Fanatiz
  • Channels: 12
  • Best price: $9.99
  • Year discounts
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Fubo and Sling also work

If you want more channel and entertainment options, Fubo and Sling TV include beIN Sports in a few different plans. Fubo carries it in all their packages, starting with "Latino". Sling doesn't have beIN in their regular Blue or Orange plans, you can only get it via their Latino package. Specifically, you could order the Sling Latino plan along with the "México" add-on. That combo won't break the bank and scores you more channels than Fanatiz.

Plan
Channels
Price /mo
Bonus
Free Trial
Fanatiz Front Row
12
$9.99
Annual discounts
--
Fubo Latino
63
$32.99
Unlimited DVR
7 days
31
$15 $20
25% off permanently
7 days

Tournament Structure and Stages

The way Copa Libertadores is setup is kind of complicated, especially if you're new to the tourney. Overall, 32 teams make it to the general Group stage (4 groups of 8 teams). Four of those slots come from the Qualifying stage, which itself is broken up into three smaller stages (First, Second and Third). Here's a closer look:

Qualifying Rounds

First Stage

Team 1
Team 2
Winner Seed
Aurora
Melgar
E1 - Aurora
Academia Puerto Cabello
Defensor Sporting
E2 - Academia Puerto Cabello
Aucas
Nacional
E3 - Nacional

Second Stage

Team 1
Team 2
Winner Seed
Águilas Doradas
Red Bull Bragantino
Red Bull Bragantino
Nacional
Atlético Nacional
Nacional
Always Ready
Sporting Cristal
Always Ready
Godoy Cruz
Colo-Colo
Colo-Colo
Sportivo Trinidense
El Nacional
Sportivo Trinidense
Aurora
Nacional
Nacional
Portuguesa
Palestino
Palestino
Academia Puerto Cabello
Botafogo
Botafogo

Third Stage

Team 1
Team 2
Winner Seed
Botafogo
Red Bull Bragantino
Botafogo
Nacional
Palestino
Palestino
Always Ready
Nacional
Nacional
Sportivo Trinidense
Colo-Colo
Colo-Colo

Group Stage

The four winners from the Qualifying Stage get added to Port (Group) 4 of this stage. As a result, it's typically considered the weakest group of the four. The defending champ usually gets added to the first group and that's the case this year as well with Fluminense.

  • Fluminense
  • Cerro Porteño
  • Alianza Lima
  • Colo-Colo
  • São Paulo
  • Barcelona
  • Talleres
  • Cobresal
  • Grêmio
  • Estudiantes
  • The Strongest
  • Huachipato
  • LDU Quito
  • Junior
  • Universitario
  • Botafogo
  • Flamengo
  • Bolívar
  • Millonarios
  • Palestino
  • Palmeiras
  • Indep. del Valle
  • San Lorenzo
  • Liverpool
  • Peñarol
  • Atlético Mineiro
  • Rosario Central
  • Caracas
  • River Plate
  • Libertad
  • Deportivo Táchira
  • Nacional
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