It's time for Copa America Centenario to kick off — here's how you can keep up with the matches on your Android devices.
Whether you're trying to follow just one country or keep up with every single game, chances are you won't be able to be sitting in front of your preferred TV connected to a cable service for the next three weeks catching all of the Copa America matches.
That means you're going to have to get access to them while you're on the go on your phone or tablet, or maybe in another room or on the road with Android TV. If you're trying to watch Copa America Centenario in the U.S. this year using an Android device, we have you covered right here.
Fox Sports GO (English)
Fox is the premier broadcast partner for Copa America Centenario, spreading games out across Fox, Fox Sports 1 and Fox Sports 2 on TV. And while that's restrictive for some folks who prefer a dedicated streaming service option, it means a huge number of people can watch these matches on their Android phone, tablet or TV.
The Fox Sports GO app has been recently redesigned, and it looks great on phones and tablets. It's also a universal app that installs and works great on Android TV, which you can't say about many cable channels out there. There's no Chromecast functionality, unfortunately, and that's about the only knock you can have on it at this point.
Fox Sports GO requires that you authenticate with a supported cable provider to watch live streams of games, so it's only an option if you're already paying for a cable package (or know someone who's willing to lend you their credentials) that has these Fox channels.
Univision Deportes (Spanish)
If you have a cable subscription, but one that doesn't include Fox Sports channels for streaming in Fox Sports GO, you may have the Univision Deportes channel instead. If you do, you can sign in with your cable provider to watch Spanish-language broadcasts of every Copa America game in the Univision Deportes app on your Android phone or tablet — unfortunately, no Android TV support here.
The Univision Deportes app is also just a great overall app for following the tournament, including information on lineups, news, analysis and highlights.
Univision NOW (Spanish)
If you don't have access to a cable provider sign-in for Fox Sports GO or Univision Deportes, you may want to give the Univision NOW app a try. With Univision NOW, you can watch a live stream of the Univision broadcasts of the matches for $5.99 per month or $59.99 per year — in this case, the one month subscription would cover all of Copa America.
Univision NOW is available for phones and tablets, but unfortunately not Android TV.
No matter where or how you watch, get ready for a few weeks of great international soccer action!