How to watch the Copa America in the US and UK as Liverpool stars in action

Alexis Mac Allister #20 of Argentina passes the ball in the first half during an International Friendly between Guatemala and Argentina at Commanders Field on June 14, 2024 in Landover, Maryland.
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Liverpool's new head coach Arne Slot has revealed that he is waiting for his players to return from international commitments before properly introducing himself. As well as the Euros, the Copa America is getting underway — and here's how you can watch it, whether you're based in the UK or the US.

First of all, the timings. The tournament gets underway in the USA with Argentina vs Canada, and Alexis Mac Allister, Lionel Messi and Co. will be in action from 1AM UK time (8PM eastern, 5PM pacific).

That's the only game of the day, before they start to come thick and fast. There's a bit of a wait for the next Liverpool representative, though, with Darwin Nunez and Uruguay in action in the early hours of Monday morning — or late on Sunday, for those in the US.

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Luis Diaz plays the following night, followed a little later by Alisson. He is now the sole Brazil representative from Liverpool, after Fabinho and Roberto Firmino moved on (tellingly, neither have made the squad anyway).

So how can you watch this upcoming feast of South American football? In the UK, the rights to the tournament have been secured by Premier Sports, a subscription service costing £9.99 a month. It will broadcast every game of the competition.

In the US, assuming you aren't attending any of the games in person (the venues are spread far and wide, from New Jersey to California), you can catch the TV broadcasts on FOX, FS1 and FS2. Spanish-language coverage is available on TUDN, UniMás and Univision.

Luis Diaz #7 of Colombia is tripped by Hector Cuellar #22 of Bolivia during the second half of their international friendly match at Pratt & Whitney Stadium on June 15, 2024 in Hartford, Connecticut.

Fox will provide live streams for those wishing to watch over the internet. Meanwhile, games will also be available to stream via Fubo.

The tournament will run for a little under a month. The final is set to be played on July 15 — a full fortnight after the first players will report back for pre-season under Slot at Liverpool. says: We're very excited for the tournament to get underway. Slot revealed that he is rooting for the players who are away at tournaments to go far with their countries (giving a special mention to the Netherlands!), and we would echo that, even if it would be nice to have them back at the training center as soon as possible.

It will be very interesting to see how Nunez in particular fares. He has been on fine form for his country, as Slot prepares to inherit the dilemma of how to get the best out of him.