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Colombia vs Ecuador Live Stream, TV Channel, Watch CONMEBOL Anywhere

The South American qualifiers for the 2026 FIFA World Cup are on track, and it’s time for match-day four, where two fierce rivals, Ecuador and Colombia, are set to face each other on Tuesday, October 17, at the Rodrigo Paz Delgado Stadium. Click here to watch Ecuador vs. Colombia live online CONMEBOL South American World Cup Qualifier game today.

Head to Head: Ecuador vs Colombia

Ecuador and Colombia have met 52 times since 1938. Coffee growers lead with 25 wins, 14 games ended as draws, while La Tri won 13 encounters.

If we have a look at the last 20 games between these sides, Colombia has won 11, 5 ended as draws, while Ecuador won 4 of them.

When and Where to Watch Ecuador vs Colombia on TV

Venue: Estadio Rodrigo Paz Delgado, Quito, Ecuador

Date: Tuesday, October 17

Start Time: 7:30 pm ET / 4:30 pm PT

Live Stream: Try PremiumTV

PremiumTV will livestream Ecuador vs Colombia internationally, including the USA and Canad. PremiumTV offering the best option to watch the CONMEBOL World Cup 2026 Qualifiers game from anywhere without cable and VPN on your any devices.

Croatia: Arena Sport 3 Croatia

Ecuador: Canal del Futbol

France/Monaco: L’Equipe Web

Iran: Aparat Sport

Norway: VG+

Peru: Movistar Play

Portugal: Sport TV3, Sport TV Multiscreen

Preview: Ecuador vs Colombia

Talking about La Tri first, they’re doing good in the qualifiers so far, losing one and winning two games. They started the campaign against Lionel Messi’s Argentina and became victim of his greatness as he secured all three points for his side with a beautiful free-kick in the 78th minute.

A few days later, they faced another heavyweight, Uruguay, in their second game and won by 2-1. This month, they faced Bolivia on October 13 in Laz Paz and won by the same score of 2-1, thanks to Rodríguez’s 96th-minute goal.

Coming to this game, Félix Sánchez’s men have failed to keep a clean sheet in the last four games and would like to produce an improved defensive display.

On the other hand, the Colombian team will take the field with a 14-game unbeaten streak, including nine away games. They started their campaign with a win (1-0) against Venezuela at home. They drew their second game against Chile (0-0) at away.

For their third game of the qualifiers, they returned home and faced Colombia for the second-consecutive draw (2-2), which saw their shot-stopper Camilo Vargas getting sent off who received the second yellow card of the game in the 87th minute for a bad foul.

World Cup Qualifying Starting Lineups


Wellington Ramirez
Joao Ortiz
Felix Torres
Piero Hincapié
William Pacho
John Chavez
Moisés Caicedo
Kendry Paez
Jose Cicuentes
Jordy Caicedo
Enner Valencia


Alvaro Montero
Santiago Arias
Davinson Sanchez
Carlos Cuesta
Deiver Machado
Wilmar Barrios
Mateus Uribe
John Arias
James Rodriguez
Luis Diaz
Rafael Santos Borré

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