Copa América 2016 Live Stream Online: When, Where To Watch Argentina Vs. Chile Final Game

The Copa América Centenario is coming to an exciting end with its final game between two soccer giants: Chile and Argentina.

The teams were big favorites to win since the beginning so it will surely be an extremely tight game. Chile is the defending champion and Argentina is very avid to grab the trophy they have not brought back to their country since 1993.

Argentina and Chile already clashed in the Group rounds on June 6 and finished the game at 2-1 in favor of Argentina.

While Argentina has the best player in the world, Lionel Messi, who just scored a his historic 55th goal, plus stars like Angel di María, Chile also has big stars such as Claudio Bravo (captain), Arturo Vidal and Felipe Gutierrez.

Prior to the big game, Mexican-American songstress Becky G will perform the Copa América song, “Superstar,” which she is extremely excited about. “This opportunity is very special for me. I grew up playing soccer, my grandparents played soccer, my siblings play soccer, and there is never like a carne asada or a family get-together where we're not watching a soccer game,” the singer said.

The Chile vs. Argentina game will be at the MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, N.J., at 8:00 p.m. ET. 

For those looking to watch the game on TV, these are your channel options (check local listings): Univision, Univision Deportes (U.S. - Spanish), TV: Fox Sports 1 (U.S. - English), Azteca 13, UnivisionTDN (Mexico), DIRECTV Sports (Uruguay).

And for those looking to watch the live stream, here are some good options (check for subscription fees): Univision Deportes en vivo, Fox Sports GO, Fox Soccer 2GO, Sling, fuboTV (U.S.), DIRECTV Play Deportes (Uruguay).

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