Ahead of the 2022 World Cup, South America’s next qualifying matches will be broadcast on fuboTV in the United States.
The live television service acts as a hub for football, providing coverage for matches from around the world. As the company has already released the previous game series, it has now added the games for September 2, 5 and 9 to its schedule.
During these three match days, fuboTV will cover 14 matches from across the continent, highlighted by Brazil hosting Argentina.
fuboTV describes itself as the premier streaming site for football fans. With their coverage of these World Cup qualifiers, it’s clear to see why.
The company is aimed at an international audience. Therefore, they broadcast games in multiple languages. For the English-speaking audience, Fubo Sports Network will cover all 14 matches, while fubo Latino will broadcast the matches with commentary and analysis in Spanish.
The service is available on virtually any device, which makes it fairly easy to access.
There are several ways that fuboTV users can stream CONMEBOL matches and programming:
New fuboTV subscribers
Customers who subscribe to the Basic English Starter ($ 64.99 / month), Pro ($ 69.99 / month) or Elite ($ 74.99) plans starting August 30, 2021 can add the CONMEBOL and more bunch of channels to see all CONMEBOL matches. In addition to CONMEBOL coverage, this package also includes eight other premium sports channels featuring football, baseball, soccer, basketball and more.
Spanish speaking customers can subscribe to fuboTV’s Latino plan to see all CONMEBOL coverage. In addition to all of the CONMEBOL coverage, the Latino Quarterly plan features the best of Spanish-language television, from sports to news and entertainment.
Current fuboTV subscribers
Customers who purchased a basic package in English or Spanish before August 30, 2021 will automatically benefit from CONMEBOL coverage in their existing packages.
FuboTV World Cup qualifying coverage
In addition, it will broadcast pre-game, half-time and post-game studio shows on fuboTV and Fubo Sports Network.
These in-house programs feature a talented team of analysts and former players discussing CONMEBOL World Cup qualifiers.
For the cover, the audience will see former professional players Juan Pablo Angel, Mark Gonzalez, Melissa Ortiz, Gilberto Silva and Roque Santa Cruz. Media personality Fernando Fiore also joins the crew. To conclude the on-air talent, the hosts of Fubo Sports Network are Julie Stewart-Binks and The Cooligans.
However, the coverage of qualifying for the World Cup doesn’t stop in South America. The “best streaming destination” for world football also covers other football federations through its network partners.
In addition, the coverage of CONMEBOL by fuboTV does not only exist until September 2, 5 and 9. The distributor covers the South American qualifiers until March 2022. At that point, the World Cup qualifiers for CONMEBOL come to an end.
READ MORE: How to watch football with fuboTV.
CONMEBOL 2022 World Cup qualifiers
Commonly one of the most contested qualifiers in world football, qualifying for Qatar 2022 is intense.
While the games are also available via pay-per-view, fuboTV offers another way to watch the 10 teams compete against each other.
In South America, 10 nations compete for four guaranteed places at the World Cup. Each team plays one home match and one away match against all the other nations in the group. As a result, each team plays 18 games. At the end of all team matches, the top four teams advance directly to the World Cup group stage. The fifth-ranked team then enters an international qualifying match to advance to the group stage.
In recent years, the drama has persisted until the last day. Notably, Lionel Messi’s hat trick against Ecuador on the final matchday saw Argentina take third, securing a place in Russia.
This season there is just as much drama, if not more.
Five teams are seated within three points of each other after six matches. Ecuador, Uruguay, Colombia, Paraguay and Chile are fighting for three to five places. Brazil is a perfect six of six wins. Argentina are in second place with a three-point cushion over Ecuador.
Match days 9, 6 and 10
The next round of matches will start in early September. Officially, these matches represent days nine, six and ten. COVID-19 and other forces have pushed back those dates. It blurred the previous schedule.
FIFA World Cup Qualifiers – CONMEBOL
Hourly Eastern United States