Are there any channels for @RokuPlayer where I can watch Copa America games on demand? I really want the kidlet to see Argentina play. .
It looks like I'd have to pay $20 for a subscription to FoxSoccer2Go in order to watch them on demand, and, even then, I could only watch them through the computer or iPad (and potentially stream them through the chromecast). That sucks. ‎· Mr. Noodle
The sad thing is, Fox Sports 1 on Sling does have OnDemand programming, but it's basically all drag racing and UFC. None of the Copa America matches are available. They run the games live (which happens to be ~9:30-11 pm on the east coast), and then they replay the matches at like 3 am EDT. That doesn't give the kidlet a lot of choices. ‎· Mr. Noodle
I would recommend watching on Univision Deportes -- also available on Sling. ‎· Julian
Good call, @julian2. They are available on demand through Univision Deportes. Thanks. ‎· Mr. Noodle
And every "GOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAL!" will make it more fun. ;) ‎· April
We started a subscription to FuboTV, which has a Roku channel, so our kidlet #2 can watch games. Not sure how many are available on demand by default but you can use their service to save up to 3 matches at a time (i.e., you can "DVR" them). I just set up the system to save the Argentina vs Panama match so the kid can get his fill of Messi. ‎· Stephen Francoeur
Thanks, @stephenfrancoeur. I'll check that out. $9.99/month for access to a bunch of matches isn't nearly as bitter a pill to swallow as $20/month for the crap that Fox Sports makes available on demand. ‎· Mr. Noodle
@stephenfrancoeur Are the FuboTV Copa America matches available in English, or are they only available in Spanish? Looking at their website; it appears that the Copa America matches are all provided through various Univision channels. ‎· Mr. Noodle
It looks like they're all in Spanish, which is good for kidlet #1, who could use some practice with his Spanish. ‎· Stephen Francoeur