Summer of Soccer 2016

Clint Dempsey / Getty Images
Clint Dempsey / Getty Images


For the second summer in a row, the best of the soccer world will be on your screens. Beginning on June 3, Comcast customers will be able to enjoy two of the biggest international soccer tournaments on the planet: Copa America Centenario and the Euro 2016 (starts June 10).

Copa America Centenario (June 3-26)

Clint Dempsey (USA), Lionel Messi (Argentina), Javier ‘Chicharito’ Hernandez (Mexico), Neymar (Brazil) and James Rodriguez (Colombia), among others, are the guests of honor of the 100th anniversary of the world’s oldest national team tournament. For the first time ever the Copa America will be played in 10 different U.S. cities, and all major superstars are confirmed for rosters.

Group play kicks off on Friday, June 3, and Univision Deportes will broadcast ALL of the Spanish-language matches on TV (along with its sister stations Univision and Unimás). You won’t miss a single minute of the action anywhere you are thanks to Xfinity TV Go, an app that allows you to live stream the matches on your mobile devices. And Xfinity’s TV Everywhere experience doesn’t end there. You can also stream the games live on our Xfinity website as well as tune to live matches and enjoy next-day replays and extended video and analysis on our X1 platform. You can even catch any match in Spanish just minutes after it airs using X1’s Instant Video On Demand feature. Simply go to the Latino section on X1 Instant Video On Demand and queue up the match you want to watch

Additionally, X1’s sports app brings you an enhanced match companion with real-time scoring updates and stats, plus player bios, lineups and more.

All of the matches will also be available in English on the FOX family of networks.

Euro 2016 (June 10 – July 10)

Cristiano Ronaldo (Getty Images)
Cristiano Ronaldo (Getty Images)

All 51 games of the most exciting national team tournament in Europe will be available live and direct from the 10 French cities where the games are taking place in both English and Spanish on ESPN and ESPN Deportes.

And without a doubt this year’s event is full some major names, including: Paul Pogba (France), Wayne Rooney (England), Xherdan Shaquiri (Switzerland), Gareth Bale (Wales), Thomas Müller (Germany), Robert Lewandowski (Poland), Andrés Iniesta (Spain), Arda Turan (Turkey), Petr Cech (Czech Republic), Luka Modric (Croatia), Eden Hazard (Belgium), Gianluigi Buffon (Italy), Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Sweden) and Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal.)

Just like Copa America, you can live stream Euro 2016 in English and Spanish across your devices. Don’t miss a single minute of one of the most prestigious soccer tournaments in the world!