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Estadio Centenario in Montevideo takes the spotlight, as the two 1950 World Cup finalists clash in this qualifier for the 2026 edition. Our guide to Uruguay vs Brazil TV coverage gives you all the live TV and streaming coverage options at home and abroad.
Uruguay vs Brazil TV coverage
These two CONMEBOL heavyweights never fail to capture the crowd’s fervour when they meet.
La Celeste are hoping to get their qualification campaign back on track after going winless in two matches. They will hope that Darwin Nunez can be at his ruthless best to unsettle the Brazilian backline and get them a huge win against uncharacteristically shaky opposition.
The Selecao are still unbeaten in the qualifiers, but were held to a dull draw recently by rank outsiders Venezuela, while duly seeing their 100% win-record at home broken. They also lost vital ground on CONMEBOL qualification table leaders Argentina.
TV coverage and Live streaming in the UK
Unfortunately for the fans in the UK, the Uruguay vs Brazil clash will not be shown on any television channels. There is no live-streaming availability for this match, which kicks off at a daunting 1:00 AM in England.
Official highlights will be available on YouTube shortly after full-time.
TV coverage and Live streaming in Brazil
SporTV will be telecasting this huge World Cup qualifier in Brazil. It will also be watchable on live stream on Canais Globo, the platform to which the supporters can subscribe to for only R$22.90 per month to watch this one. ClartoTV+ is another possible option for watching the game.
Uruguay vs Brazil TV coverage and live streaming: International options
With so many prominent footballers from both the Uruguay and Brazil national teams playing for major Premier League clubs like Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal, international football followers will surely give this one a lot of attention.
Football enthusiasts in the USA will be able to live-stream this game live on Fanatiz USA on their phone, computer or tablet, as there is no TV coverage for this one. An annual plan for Fanatiz will cost you around $79.99 per year, while a monthly plan for the same is around $9.99.
The game kicks off at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT time in the USA.
The Nigerian fanatics will be gutted to know that this match will not be broadcast in the country. There is no available live-streaming for this clash, which also has a 1:00 AM kickoff as well.
Football lovers in Kenya are also not going to be able to watch this on any TV channel because nobody will be displaying it. This 3:00 AM start game doesn’t have any live streaming options either.
The only way that the Indian faithful will be able to watch this match will be on the FanCode app, which is the home of streaming all the CONMEBOL qualifiers in the country. However, any Indian fan will need to wake up really early for this, with the game beginning at 6 AM in India.
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