How to Watch Ligue 1 Online without Cable

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Ligue 1, the French professional soccer league, will kick off its 2015-2016 season on Friday, August 7. The offseason has seen its fair share of drama after league president Frederic Thiriez proposed to alter the relegation and promotion regulations, which have been in place since 1933. The France Football Federation annulled the move, and now the focus can be on getting ready for the exciting season ahead when Paris Saint-Germain tries to defend their title. For US soccer fans without cable, you can watch Ligue 1 online and not miss any of the 380 matches, thanks to the growing internet TV coverage.

This year, Ligue 1 will be broadcast on North America’s premier soccer network, beIN SPORTS, in both English and Spanish. This is great news for the avid soccer fan, because beIN SPORTS is now easily available without a cable contract through both fuboTV and Sling TV. In mere minutes, you can sign up for either streaming service and be ready to watch Ligue 1 online all season long.


fuboTV Provides an Affordable Way to Watch Ligue 1 Streaming All Season Long


Soccer fans throughout North America (US and Canada) have a great option to live stream Ligue 1 online with fuboTV (read my review here). In addition, the service provides fans a huge selection of live HD soccer matches from other leagues worldwide, including La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Primeira Liga. You can watch Ligue 1 online with fuboTV on your computer, mobile device, or TV (using a streaming player like Roku, Chromecast, or Amazon Fire TV).

beIN SPORTS and beIN SPORTS en Espanol are both available on fuboTV’s live streaming service. Right now, fuboTV is just $6.99 per month, making it the most affordable Ligue 1 streaming option. At just a few bucks a month, fuboTV is a great deal for even the casual soccer fan. If you intend to watch live soccer throughout the year, this is a great chance to really see the savings add up.

fuboTV offers a 24-hour free trial, an excellent opportunity to test out the service by catching a match or two. Obviously, you will not be able to watch the entire 10-month Ligue 1 season for free, but for just $6.99 per month, the service truly is a great bargain.

Click here to learn more about fuboTV.


Sling TV Offers a Few Options for Those Wanting to Watch Ligue 1

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Sling TV is another option for watching beIN SPORTS’ English and Spanish stations online. It offers live pay TV channels over the internet, and its Sling International package gives subscribers full live access to beIN SPORTS HD, beIN SPORTS en Espanol, and five other popular international sports, news, and movie channels for just $10 per month.

For a limited time, you can get a free 30-day trial of Sling International when you sign up now. There are no commitments required, and you have the option of cancelling the service at the end of the one-month trial. The free trial of Sling International will allow you to watch the entire first month of the Ligue 1 season online on your TV (using a streaming player), phone, tablet, or computer.

Click here to learn more about Sling International and to sign up for your free 30-day trial.

If you already have Sling TV or want to subscribe to their basic domestic package that includes over 20 popular channels (like ESPN and ESPN2), another option is adding on either the Sports Extra or Deportes Extra package for only an additional $5 per month. Both packages allow you to stream beIN SPORTS, which will televise every match of the Ligue 1 season.

Simply put, Sling TV offers a number of options for fans who want to watch French Ligue 1 online. You can sign up now and be ready to watch the ongoing Ligue 1 season in less than five minutes!


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