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    Where to watch Uruguay vs. Colombia free: Live stream Copa America semis anywhere

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    Federico Valverde of Uruguay scores in the penalty shoot-out during a 2024 Copa America quarterfinal match against Brazil.

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    The 2024 Copa America semi-finals conclude tonight with a match between Uruguay and Colombia. We’ve put together everything you need to know about where to watch Uruguay vs. Colombia, including a free live streaming option.

    15-time Copa America winner Uruguay will go up against Colombia tonight to decide which team makes it to the Final against Argentina. Colombia won Copa America once in 2001, and they haven’t appeared in the final since, but the team has had an excellent undefeated run at this year’s tournament. Uruguay has played similarly well so far, so tonight is shaping up to be a tight competition.

    Whether you’re rooting for a final Argentina vs. Uruguay match or you’re hoping to see Colombia push through, we’ve got you covered on all of the viewing options for tonight’s game. Don’t forget to bookmark our Copa America streaming guide for info on this weekend’s matches for third place and the final.

    See also: Where to watch Euro 2024 free | How to watch Wimbledon free | How to watch Tour de France free

    Where to watch Uruguay vs. Colombia quick links

    Access streaming from anywhere via ExpressVPN (30-day money-back guarantee)US: FS1 on Sling TV ($20 off first month) or Fubo (one-week free trial)Mexico: TelevisaUnivision/ViX (FREE)Canada: TSN ($19.99)UK: Premier Sports (£10.99)Australia: Optus Sport ($24.99)When: Wednesday, July 10 at 8 p.m. ET / 1 a.m. BST / 8 a.m. AWST (next-day) on FS1

    How to watch Uruguay vs. Colombia in the US

    The Uruguay vs. Colombia game will air on Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET on Fox Sports 1 (FS1) in the US. Cord-cutters can live stream the match through a live TV package like Fubo or Sling. For Sling TV, you’ll need to subscribe to the Sling Blue plan to stream FS1. Subscriptions go for $40 a month, but new users can get their first month for half-off. Fubo, which costs $79.99 a month, also carries FS1, in addition to FS2, FOX, and tons of other channels. While subscriptions are a bit more expensive, new users can get a one-week free trial. 

    How to watch Uruguay vs. Colombia in Mexico

    Uruguay vs. Colombia will stream on TelevisaUnivision’s ViX for free. Copa America coverage is spread across multiple services in Mexico, but select games — like tonight’s — are free on ViX. Keep reading to learn how to tune in via VPN if you happen to be outside the country at the moment.

    How to watch Uruguay vs. Colombia in Canada

    Copa America, including the Uruguay vs. Colombia match, will live stream through TSN in Canada. Subscriptions start at $19.99 a month, and you can also watch the Euros here.

    How to watch Uruguay vs. Colombia in the UK

    Uruguay vs. Colombia, along with the rest of Copa America, will live stream on Premier Sports in the UK. Subscriptions, which start at £10.99 a month, will also give subscribers access to NHL games, NASCAR races, and much more.

    How to watch Uruguay vs. Colombia in Australia

    Copa America, including tonight’s Uruguay vs. Colombia game, live stream on Optus Sport in Australia, where subscriptions start at $24.99 a month. This will also give subscribers access to the Euros.

    How to watch Argentina vs. Canada from anywhere

    Fans who will be away from Mexico when the game starts can still access the free streaming options highlighted above using a VPN (virtual private network). VPNs allow people to temporarily alter their electronic device’s virtual location so that they can access their usual websites from anywhere. They’re particularly popular options for those looking to boost their online privacy and keep up with their usual apps while traveling abroad.

    If this sounds like something that might be a good fit, our go-to VPN pick is ExpressVPN. It’s easy to use and has a 30-day money-back guarantee, so it’s no sweat if you find that it’s not what you’re looking for. For additional details, you can check out our ExpressVPN review.

    Note: The use of VPNs is illegal in certain countries, and using VPNs to access region-locked streaming content might constitute a breach of the terms of use for certain services. Insider does not endorse or condone the illegal use of VPNs.

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