Start date:Oct 8 2020 at 4.45 am 2020
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If you re trying to find out how you can watch Uruguay vs. Chile you’ve come to the right place.
With the national teams in the CONMEBOL region beginning their path to qualify for the 2022 World Cup the latest game in the World Cup qualifying features Uruguay vs. Chile live on U.S. streaming and pay-per-view television.
Here are all of the details of where you can watch it via legal streaming and pay-per-view television:While the pay-per-view match option is $29.95, the two match bundle for $49.95 offers several advantages
1) You get to choose between two bundles – La Celeste bundle or La Roja bundle
2) Two matches are included. So if you select La Celeste bundle you’ll have live and on-demand access to Uruguay-Chile and Ecuador-Uruguay (on Tuesday). If you choose La Roja bundle you get Uruguay-Chile and Chile-Colombia (Tuesday)
3) You get three free months of the Fanatiz Basic Plan which includes action from LaLiga Ligue 1 Copa Libertadores Portuguese Primeira Liga Ecuadorian League Copa de Ecuador Bolivian League Turkish Super Lig Liga Águila Copa Águila and more.SAO PAULO BRAZIL – OCTOBER 10: Players of Chile pose for official photo before the match between Brazil and Chile for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia Qualifier at Allianz Parque Stadium on October 10 2017 in Sao Paulo Brazil. (Photo by Alexandre Schneider/Getty Images)
After missing Russia 2018 will Chile get back to the world stage?La Roja won the Copa América for the first time in 2015 doing so on home soil before adding the Copa América Centenario a year later.
Despite this they failed to qualify for Russia 2018 missing out on a dramatic final day.
At last summer’s Copa América in Brazil Chile finished fourth but now the pressure is on Reinaldo Rueda’s team to get to Qatar 2022.
They face a very tough start though.Uruguay of course are one of just eight nations to win the FIFA World Cup doing so in 1930 and 1950.But la Celeste only qualified for two tournaments between 1978 and 2006 but have since made it to three in a row.
Óscar Tabárez has now been Head Coach for 14 years with the Copa América triumph of 2011 the pinnacle of his success.
More recently, they were eliminated in the quarter-finals of the 2019 tournament, losing to Chile on penalties.
In CONMEBOL World Cup qualifying, all ten teams play each other home and away, with the top four qualifying automatically and the fifth placed side advancing to inter-confederation play-offs.
These two both have serious aspirations of a top four finish so who will make a winning start at Estadio Centenario?On Fanatiz games will be available live as well as on-demand for 72 hours after each game ends.
With Fanatiz, even if you currently have a subscription to their Basic Plan, that won’t include the CONMEBOL World Cup qualifying games. The CONMEBOL World Cup qualifying games are above and beyond what you currently get with Fanatiz if you already subscribe to the streaming service. Again the only exception is that Venezuela-Paraguay game that will be available via the free beIN SPORTS XTRA streaming channel.
FITE is a new entry to the world of streaming soccer games. The streaming service specializes in boxing, wrestling, MMA and motorsports. Its coverage of the CONMEBOL World Cup qualifiers is their first entry into the world of streaming major soccer games. Originally scheduled to be played in March 2020, the matches have been delayed several times due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Round 1 of the matches begin Thursday, October 8 (see schedule below). With the games being the first stage on each country’s pathway to qualify for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, these games have massive implications. Round 2 begins Tuesday October 13 so the games are coming thick and fast.
Obviously for the vast majority of soccer fans the prices to watch these games will come with a sticker shock. In previous years, beIN SPORTS acquired the rights to the majority of CONMEBOL World Cup qualifiers. But during the past 12 to 24 months, beIN SPORTS have avoided bidding on a lot of rights that were available to them due to the amount of lost revenue they saw from people watching games illegally. With beIN SPORTS out of the picture it allowed Integrated Sports Media to step in where their business model is based primarily on pay-per-view events.