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Argentina vs. Canada rematch in Copa America 2024: How to watch Messi for free



Argentina vs. Canada rematch in Copa America 2024: How to watch Messi for free

Four matches remain in the 2024 Copa America, and kicking off the semi-finals is a familiar matchup. Just as they began the entire tournament, Argentina and Canada will meet again to begin the semi-final round. Back on June 20, Argentina bested Canada 2-0 to kick off the Copa America.

Lionel Messi will play his second consecutive game for Argentina after sitting out the final group-stage match with a thigh injury. Argentina punched their ticket to the semis in a tense 1-1 match against Ecuador that was decided in penalty kicks (including the rare Messi miss).

Canada also landed in the semi-finals thanks to a round of PKs that went their way against Venezuela.

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Both teams will play once more regardless of the result; the winner will play in Sunday’s final while the loser will play on Saturday to determine third and fourth place. Their opponents will be decided during tomorrow night’s Colombia vs. Uruguay match.

The match is set to air on Fox Sports 1 (FS1), but those without cable can stream it on Sling TV and DIRECTV Stream, among other live TV streaming services.

When is the Spain vs. France match at Euro 2024?

Kick-off for Argentina vs. Canada is set for 8:00 p.m. ET today, July 9.

What channel is Argentina vs. Canada airing on?

In the United States, you can watch Argentina vs. Canada on FS1. If you have cable, all you’ll have to do to is turn FS1 on at 8:00 p.m. tonight or download the Fox Sports app and sign in with your cable log-in credentials.

How to watch Argentina vs. Canada for free:

There’s less than a week left in the Copa America, but you still may not be able to watch the whole tournament for free. DIRECTV Stream offers a five-day free trial for new subscribers that’ll take you through Saturday. When the trial is over, you’ll pay $79.99/month for over 90 live channels.

Other ways to stream Argentina vs. Canada:

If you plan on watching the rest of the Copa America and want to get a little bit of Olympic action in later this month, the most cost-effective way to stream it is without taking advantage of a free trial at all since they end before the final on July 14.

Sling TV’s Blue plan includes FS1, and right now, you can get your first month for 50% off. Instead of $45, you’ll pay $22.50.

Where is Argentina vs. Canada being played?

Argentina and Canada are headed to the NY Metro area; they’ll play at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ.

Copa America squads: Who is playing for Argentina vs. Canada?

Argentina’s roster for the 2024 Copa America


  • Franco Armani (River Plate)
  • Gerónimo Rulli (Ajax)
  • Emiliano Martínez (Aston Villa)


  • Gonzalo Montiel (Nottingham Forest)
  • Germán Pezzella (Real Betis)
  • Nicolás Otamendi (Benfica)
  • Cristian Romero (Tottenham)
  • Nicolás Tagliafico (Lyon)
  • Lucas Martínez Quarta (Fiorentina)
  • Lisandro Martínez (Manchester United)
  • Nahuel Molina (Atlético Madrid)
  • Marcos Acuña (Sevilla)


  • Guido Rodríguez (Real Betis)
  • Leandro Paredes (AS Roma)
  • Alexis Mac Allister (Liverpool)
  • Rodrigo de Paul (Atlético Madrid)
  • Exequiel Palacios (Bayer Leverkusen)
  • Enzo Fernández (Chelsea)
  • Giovani Lo Celso (Tottenham)
  • Ángel Di María (Benfica)
  • Valentín Carboni (Monza)


  • Lionel Messi (Inter Miami)
  • Alejandro Garnacho (Manchester United)
  • Nicolas González (Fiorentina)
  • Lautaro Martínez (Internazionale)
  • Julián Álvarez (Manchester City)

Canada’s roster for the 2024 Copa America


  • Maxime Crépeau (Portland Timbers)
  • Thomas McGill (Brighton & Hove Albion)
  • Dayne St. Clair (Minnesota United)


  • Alphonso Davies (Bayern Munich)
  • Alistair Johnston (Celtic)
  • Richie Laryea (Toronto FC)
  • Moïse Bombito (Colorado Rapids)
  • Derek Cornelius (Malmö)
  • Luc de Fougerolles (Fulham)
  • Kyle Hiebert (St. Louis City SC)
  • Kamal Miller (Portland Timbers)
  • Ali Ahmed (Vancouver Whitecaps)
  • Joel Waterman (CF Montréal)


  • Mathieu Choinière (CF Montréal)
  • Stephen Eustáquio (FC Porto)
  • Ismaël Koné (Watford)
  • Jonathan Osorio (Toronto FC)
  • Samuel Piette (CF Montréal)


  • Tajon Buchanan (Internazionale)
  • Liam Millar (FC Basel)
  • Jacob Shaffelburg (Nashville SC)
  • Thelonius Bair (Motherwell)
  • Jonathan David (Lille)
  • Cyle Larin (Mallorca)
  • Tani Oluwaseyi (Minnesota United)
  • Jacen Russell-Rowe (Columbus Crew)

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