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How to watch and live stream Copa Libertadores in the 2023-24 season

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If you want to keep up with the South American Copa Libertadores competition this year, GOAL have you covered. Flamengo, who have won the title three times, will be looking to defend their title as last year's champions after they beat Athletico Paranaense in the final.

Argentina's Independiente and Boca Juniors are the most successful teams in the competition's history, winning it seven and six times, respectively.

Which channels have the rights to Copa Libertadores?

Copa Libertadores English and Spanish coverage is available on beINSPORTS, who have the rights for the tournament from 2023 to 2026. The rights for beINSPORTS are for games shown on television in the United States and Canada.

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You can also stream games via FuboTV, Sling TV and Vidgo.

Here is a list of TV channels and streaming platforms where you can watch Copa Libertadores across the world:

CountryTV channel & stream
USAbeIN Sports, Sling TV, FuboTV, Fanatiz
CanadabeIN Sports
Spanish-speaking South American countriesESPN, Paramount, Fox Sports (Argentina)
BrazilESPN, TV Globo, Paramount+
UKBBC iPlayer

Upcoming Copa Libertadores schedule

Below is a handy guide to all the upcoming Copa Libertadores games and, more importantly, how you can watch them:

DateGameKick-off time TV Channel
Aug 22Bolívar vs Internacional23:00beIN SPORTS, fuboTV, SlingTV
Aug 24Boca Juniors vs Racing Club1:30beIN SPORTS, fuboTV, SlingTV
Aug 24Deportivo Pereira vs Palmeiras1:30beIN SPORTS, fuboTV, SlingTV
Aug 25Fluminense vs Olimpia1:30beIN SPORTS, fuboTV, SlingTV
Aug 29Internacional vs Bolívar23:00beIN SPORTS, fuboTV, SlingTV
Aug 31Palmeiras vs Deportivo Pereira1:30beIN SPORTS, fuboTV, SlingTV
Aug 31Racing Club vs Boca Juniors1:30beIN SPORTS, fuboTV, SlingTV
Sept 1Olimpia vs Fluminense1:30beIN SPORTS, fuboTV, SlingTV

If you're confused about which streaming service you should subscribe to, don't worry. GOAL breaks down all the essential information like subscription packages and prices so you can make the best decision for all your Copa Libertadores viewing needs: