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How to stream soccer: A cordcutter’s guide

Our goal at World Soccer Talk is to make it easier to find out how to stream soccer so you can watch your favorite soccer team via high-quality legal streams. Here are our pro tips on how to stream soccer.

Whether you’re new or old to streaming, we’ve created a guide to help answer your questions including everything from what services are best to what devices you need and more.

How to stream soccer

By choosing to watch legal streams, it’s safer (no malware), often more affordable than cable and satellite, better quality (no buffering) and it offers more choices — so you can pick and choose what soccer leagues and competitions you want to watch. Plus most streaming services don’t demand that you sign up for an annual contract.

To make the experience of watching legal streams as easy as possible, we’ve created a guide for you that compares the leading streaming providers as well as including FAQs, helpful videos and step-by-step instructions of how to watch your favorite teams and leagues.

How to stream soccer

If you don’t know which streaming service you want to sign up for, we’ve created two helpful ways for you to figure out which service carries your favorite league, national team or club team.

You can search by:

1. Our streaming wizard tool,
2. Download your free eBook.

Each of the 2 options above include links to free trials with the leading soccer streaming services. The free trials will give you the opportunity to see which one will be the best fit for you.

4 Best Services to Experience How to Stream Soccer

1) fuboTV

Includes: ESPN, ESPN2, NBCSN, FS1, FS2, beIN SPORTS, beIN SPORTS en Español, NBC, FOX, TUDN and more.

Features: Copa América, Premier League, World Cup, Women’s World Cup, Copa Libertadores, Liga MX, Gold Cup, MLS and more.


Replaces cable & satellite

Includes: Premier League, MLS + 84 Sports Channels

7-Day Free Trial


2) ESPN+

Features: LaLiga, Bundesliga, Championship, FA Cup, Carabao Cup, MLS and Scottish Premiership.


1000’s of soccer games

Includes: Bundesliga, La Liga, MLS & More

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3) Fanatiz

Includes: beIN SPORTS, beIN SPORTS en Español, GolTV, GolTV en Español, Real Madrid TV, Sevilla TV and more.

Features: Ligue 1, Copa Libertadores, Superliga Argentina, Copa Argentina and more.


South American soccer

Includes: Argentine league, Brasileirão & beIN SPORTS

Free Trial


4) Peacock TV

Includes: Premier League and more than 10,000 hours of NBC television shows.


Exclusive EPL games

Includes: Premier League + Goal Rush whiparound show

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If you need more resources before making a decision about streaming soccer, we have a ton more research including comparison guides, how-to videos, a daily email newsletter, and more. For example, check out our article on the top 10 streaming services to watch soccer.

All of the materials have been gathered after hundreds of hours of research and interviews, as well as hands-on use of the streaming services on a daily basis.

Plus we have a weekly podcast that discusses the latest news about streaming soccer.

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  • Starting price: $33/mo. for fubo Latino Package
  • Watch Premier League, World Cup, Euro 2024 & more
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  • Price: $35/mo. for Sling Blue
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  • Price: $4.99/mo
  • Features Champions League, Serie A, Europa League & NWSL
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  1. Sandy

    December 31, 2021 at 11:01 pm

    Also, forgot to mention that you can get some WSL games live and all games on demand on the FA Player free.

  2. Sandy Burd

    December 31, 2021 at 10:45 pm

    ParamountPlus and also show NWSL games (Live and VOD). covers many of the games from the French women’s league, British Women’s Soccer League (WSL), Women’s Bundesliga, and coverage of the Uefa Women’s Champions League Games

  3. C Timothy Murphy Jr

    November 21, 2020 at 7:40 pm

    Today’s Spurs v Man City match and tomorrow”s Liverpool v Leicester City match are both available to DirectTV customers in 4K via one of the dedicated 4K chanels Direct TV regularly broadcass in. Of course you need a Direct TV account which includes the 4K channels and a television capable of broadcasting in 4K. This is the first time two games on the same weekend have been avalable in 4K,

  4. NaBUru38

    October 28, 2020 at 9:44 am

    Hello, T-Mobile has launched the streaming service TVision.

    The Live package costs US$ 40 per month, and includes ABC, Fox, NBC, Telemundo, ESPN, ESPN2, Fox Sports 1, Fox Sports 2, NBCSN, USA Network, TNT and TBS.

  5. maria giatrakis

    September 24, 2020 at 7:02 pm

    I’m a Liverpool fan. I have FuboTv , and now, I need to add another $5 a month Peacock tv subscription on top of my $60 Fubo subscription to watch Liverpool play?

    Is there another way around this $65 monthly bill? I only watch EPL games on Fubo, that’s it.

    What’s out there that will cater to EPL fans that just want to watch the EPL and not all the other stuff.


    • Christopher Harris

      September 24, 2020 at 7:08 pm

      Hi Maria, fuboTV + Peacock is the best option for watching all of the Liverpool matches.

      If you do want to save money, Sling Blue ($30/month) can replace fuboTV. So Sling Blue ($30/month) + Peacock ($5/month) would be $35 per month, saving you $30 per month (and $360 per year).

      Here’s a link to Sling Blue:

  6. Senor Buckwheat

    September 22, 2020 at 9:02 am

    I liked when all games were on the “cord”. Steaming pretty much sucks. It will suck until streaming catches up with all the functionality I have lost from the lack of a DVR.

  7. Peter Kiehart

    September 16, 2020 at 12:15 pm

    This is OK but why not break it down to English speaking USA TELEVISED Champions league, Europa league televised, Premier league televised etc and then the same information for streaming. Futbo would be great if it were also in English but as is not much good for English speakers only. Thanks

    • Christopher Harris

      September 16, 2020 at 1:31 pm

      Hi Peter, thanks for the feedback. Most of the information we have is focused on English-language coverage. Let me know specifically where you’re seeing any information where it may be confusing.

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