If you’re a South American soccer fan, you’re ready to stream CONMEBOL World Cup qualifiers, which start Tuesday. Fanatiz lets you do that through a pay-per-view package.
How do CONMEBOL teams qualify for the 2022 World Cup?
CONMEBOL, the soccer federation governing 10 major South American soccer teams, uses a home-and-away, everyone plays everyone approach to World Cup qualification. That means that qualification starts in October 2020 and continues through March 2022. (The range was supposed to be March 2020 through November 2021, but the pandemic pushed the schedule back.)
How to stream CONMEBOL World Cup qualifiers on Fanatiz
Fanatiz allows you to stream the South American qualifiers for the World Cup, available in the U.S. as pay-per-view matches. They’ve softened the blow of paying nearly $30 for an individual match, by offering a $49.95 two-match package featuring the team of your choice. They’re also throwing in three months of Fanatiz free—bringing you La Liga, Ligue 1, Copa Libertadores, and other engaging soccer competitions.
Available two-match packages for the October 2020 international break
- Argentina (Albiceleste bundle)
- Bolivia (La Verde bundle)
- Brazil (Canarinha bundle)
- Chile (La Roja bundle)
- Colombia (Cafeteros Bundle)
- Ecuador (La Tri bundle)
- Peru (La Blanquirroja bundle)
- Uruguay (La Celeste bundle)
CONMEBOL World Cup Qualifier schedule: Matches on Fanatiz
Thursday, Oct. 8
- Paraguay vs Peru: 6:30pm ET
- Uruguay vs Chile: 6:45pm ET
- Argentina vs Ecuador: 8:30pm ET
Friday, Oct. 9
- Colombia vs Venezuela: 7:30pm ET
- Brazil vs Bolivia: 8:30pm ET
Tuesday, Oct. 13
- Bolivia vs Argentina: 4pm ET
- Ecuador vs Uruguay: 5pm ET
- Peru vs Brazil: 8pm ET
- Chile vs Colombia: 8:30pm ET
CONMEBOL World Cup Qualifier schedule: Match on BeIn Sports
One CONMEBOL match, the Tuesday match between Venezuela and Paraguay, will be available on BeIn Sports.
Tuesday, Oct. 13
- Venezuela vs Paraguay: 4pm ET
How to stream BeIn Sports
FuboTV started as a streaming service geared toward sports fans. It’s since evolved into a broadly-appealing option with entertainment and news options alongside its robust sports choices. It starts at $59.99 a month, and depending on the package, you can access as many as 180+ FuboTV channels. Fubo can entertain you with Bravo, IFC, MTV, and VH1 at even Fubo’s most basic tier.
The Fubo channel list still includes plenty of sports, including the Fubo Sports Network, which has original programming mixing sports and humor. Fubo added the ESPN suite of channels in an agreement that also brought ABC and the Disney Channel. Pretty much every sports channel you could think of is available through Fubo, including BeIN Sports, CBS Sports Network, and TUDN.
To get the most sports, consider adding the Sports Plus with NFL RedZone add-on at $10.99 a month to a robust Fubo Elite package.
If you’re looking for a streamlined, cost-effective streaming package, check out Sling TV. It offers two basic cable packages, Sling Orange and Sling Blue, each of which costs $30 per month. There’s also the third option of getting Sling Orange + Blue for just $45 per month. You’ll get more Sling TV channels by choosing Sling Blue, with its 40 channels including sports favorites like FS1 and NBCSN and cable mainstays like Food Network and Discovery Channel. But Sling Orange brings must-haves Disney Channel and ESPN as part of its package.
There’s also a Sports Extras option for Orange + Blue subscribers, with MLB Network, NBA TV, and NHL Network part of the plan. There’s also a Sports Extra add-on for the Sling Blue package, and another one for the Sling Orange package.
You can get BeIN in English and Spanish via the World Sports package for $10 a month, and you can get just the Spanish version for the same price in Sling’s Best of Spanish package.
|Orange + Blue||$45|
Fanatiz is a streaming service created specifically for the soccer fan. It importantly carries La Liga and Ligue 1 action via BeIN Sports. (As soccer fans know, BeIN is essential yet absent from most of the big streaming services.) Fanatiz also carries Gol TV and TyC Sports, giving access to competitions like the CAF Confederations Cup, the Copa Libertadores, the Copa Sudamericana, and the Copa del Rey. Plus, it has additional content that will appeal to Boca Juniors and Real Madrid fans in particular.
Plus, there’s a daily pass option, so if you’re just trying to catch an El Clasico or Madrid Derby match, you can pay $4.99 and have access for a 24-hour period.
If you’re into Serie A, there’s a new package for you. Club Italia, for an additional $7.99 a month, gives you access to RAI Italia broadcast of Italy’s top-flight league the way Italians watch it. If you like what you’ve seen from Juventus, Inter Milan, Napoli, and the surprising Atalanta this season in Champions League, you can now see them week in and week out in Serie A via Fanatiz.
Fanatiz has also just come out with a package covering the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A, better known as the Brasileirão. For $7.99 a month, you can access Fanatiz-produced coverage of Brazil’s top-flight league, which is home to a number of rising stars in one of the world’s most soccer-loving nations.
It also has created packages for fans of South American national teams to watch CONMEBOL World Cup qualifiers.
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*First Published: Oct 8, 2020, 12:18 pm
Phil West is a veteran professional writer and editor, and the author of two books on soccer, ‘The United States of Soccer,’ and ‘I Believe That We Will Win,’ both from The Overlook Press. His work has appeared most recently in MLSSoccer.com, Pro Soccer USA, Texas Highways, and Howler. Based in Austin, he is also a lecturer in the Writing Program at the University of Texas at San Antonio.