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Peru vs Brazil TV coverage and live streaming options

Peru vs Brazil is the second round of World Cup Qualifying game in the marathon CONMEBOL competition, which sees all ten member nations play each other home and away. The game will be played on Tuesday night (local time) at the 43,000 capacity Estadio Nacional in Lima, Peru. Brazil arrive in the coastal capital city on an eight year unbeaten run in qualifiers, the head-to-head record doesn’t favour the hosts Peru.

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The most recent meeting was a routine 2-0 victory for the Verdeamarelha in the previous qualifiers, the only time Peru won at home to Brazil was 80 years ago in the 1953 Copa América. Both managers were relatively pleased with the opener, and are expected to field similar starting lineups as last week.

The game will be played on Tuesday, September 12th at Peru’s national stadium in Lima, with kick off scheduled for 21:00 local time.

Peru vs Brazil TV coverage and live streaming options

The complicated situation involving individual federations selling their own TV rights for the CONMEBOL World Cup Qualifiers has made it hard for fans to know where they can find their favourite side. Brazil’s game against Bolivia wasn’t available in many markets, but fortunately this match can be seen by a worldwide audience.

Peru vs Brazil TV coverage and live streaming: UK


There isn’t a way to watch Peru vs Brazil, or any of the 2026 CONMEBOL World Cup Qualifiers, on UK TV at present. However, the CONMEBOL TV app will show a selection of live games in the UK.

CONMEBOL YouTube Channel (Highlights)

The official CONMEBOL YouTube Channel put extended highlights of every game from the first matchday within a few hours of the games finishing. Therefore you can expect to find the goals and key actions from Peru vs Brazil on that channel by the early hours of Wednesday morning.

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Peru vs Brazil TV coverage and live streaming: International options


The streaming service Fanatiz has bought the streaming rights to the home games for seven of the 10 CONMEBOL nations including Peru. That means this game will only be available as a Pay Per View option on the aforementioned platform. The single match fee for viewers is $29.99 or there is an option to pick up all the available matches for a cost of $99.99.

There is a way to watch this game on TV with Spanish commentary, the Argentinian broadcaster Torneos y Comeptencias (TYC) will be showing the game via TYC Internacional which is available in the US.


The streaming app FanCode best known for providing cricket content, but they also have the rights to many international football competitions. Fans of South American football can watch this game and the other CONMEBOL qualifiers via the app.

And finally, FIFA’s very own FIFA+ app will be used to stream many 2026 World Cup Qualifiers in territories where there are no TV rights agreed. They have announced that Bolivia vs Argentina and Ecuador vs Uruguay will go live on their platform. At the time of writing it wasn’t confirmed if Peru vs Brazil could be available in those markets not previously mentioned.

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