Get ready for the thrill of the CONMEBOL World Cup 2026 qualifiers! As the road to the 2026 World Cup unfolds in South America, home to legendary players like Lionel Messi, Diego Maradona, and Pele, it promises to be a spectacle of top-tier football.
Stay updated with fixtures, results, and the table as teams battle for their spot on the grand stage. From the iconic names to rising stars, South America continues to shape the global soccer landscape. Tune in for the latest updates and immerse yourself in the heart of football excellence.
Everything you need to know about the state of play in the CONMEBOL World Cup 2026 qualifiers, including fixtures, and TV Streaming details.
World Cup qualifying schedule today
|Nov 21, 2023||Paraguay vs Colombia||Estadio Defensores del Chaco, Asunción||LIVE STREAM|
|Nov 21, 2023||Uruguay vs Bolivia||Estadio Centenario, Montevideo||LIVE STREAM|
|Nov 21, 2023||Ecuador vs Chile||Estadio Rodrigo Paz Delgado, Quito||LIVE STREAM|
|Nov 21, 2023||Brazil vs Argentina||Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro||LIVE STREAM|
|Nov 21, 2023||Peru vs Venezuela||Estadio Nacional, Lima||LIVE STREAM|
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How to watch South America World Cup qualifiers
In the United States, broadcast deals for CONMEBOL qualifiers are shared between Telemundo, Universo, Fubo, Vix and Fanatiz and PremiumTV In the United Kingdom, a selection of games can be watched live through the pay-per-view streaming service. Stream anywhere any CONMEBOL LIVE here
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1. Can anyone stop Argentina?
Unbeaten in World Cup qualifying since Lionel Scaloni took over the squad, this process is like clockwork for La Albiceleste. While Messi’s fitness is a concern as he missed time with Inter Miami due to fatigue and a knock, this is still a supremely talented team. Messi was able to come off the bench during Argentina’s victory over Paraguay, raising hopes that he may start in their trip to face Peru, but even without him, Argentina had no issues creating chances. The finishing will need to improve though.
2. Chile needs to turn it around now
After missing the 2022 World Cup, Chile are now winless in their last six matches against South American opposition, since defeating Bolivia in February of 2022. An aging squad, all of Chile’s hopes are on Ben Brereton putting the ball in the back of the net. It doesn’t feel like enough has been done to bring along the next generation in Chilean soccer. While it’s easier to qualify for the World Cup thanks to expansion, that doesn’t mean that sliding teams like Chile will walk into the tournament without improving. They’re off to a good start after blanking Peru, but with three teams now on four points, it would be a good time for Chile to separate themselves.
3. Who is the third best team in South America?
Behind Argentina and Brazil, there is a void to fill for who the next power is in South American soccer. Currently, Colombia occupies the spot behind the duo in the table, but it’s something that Ecuador were pushing for before getting hit with a points deduction. Early signs are even positive for Uruguay under Bielsa but not knowing which version of Liverpool’s Darwin Nunez will show up during each game leaves a lot up to chance. By the end of this window, four games will have been played so sample sizes will get larger as teams look to separate themselves.