The FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup is held every two years and features 16 national teams. From July 9 to July 19, you can watch your favorite teams play soccer in a very different environment than you’re used to seeing them in. Want to catch all the fun? Below, learn how you can see all the matches online without cable in our FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup live stream guide.
Watch the Beach Soccer World Cup Live Stream with FOX Soccer 2Go
The FOX network owns the rights to broadcast the 2015 Beach Soccer World Cup, which is great news for cord cutters. Why? Because FOX has their very own streaming service devoted solely to soccer: FOX Soccer 2Go.
FOX Soccer 2Go has some great features including:
- Ability to stream to multiple devices
- Multiple camera views
- Coverage (commentary and analysis) before and after many matches
- Two subscription choices — pay $19.99 a month or just $99 for a year (about $8 a month)
Check out my full FOX Soccer 2Go review here.
The signup process is a breeze. Create your account, enter your billing information, and you’ll be watching in a matter of minutes. Click here to learn more about FOX Soccer 2Go and to see the 2015 FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup Schedule.
What about Spanish-Language Coverage to Watch Beach Soccer World Cup Online?
Spanish-language broadcast rights are owned by NBC. That’s both good and bad news for cord cutters. The bad news is that most of the coverage is not available online as NBC doesn’t have a legal live stream service available without a cable subscription.
However, NBC does own Telemundo, a popular broadcast network. Telemundo will be airing 4 2015 FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup matches over the air. These include: the semi-finals, third place, and finals — in other words, the most exciting coverage.
What does that mean to you? All you need is an antenna with good reception, and you can watch these matches for free in HD. I recommend you check out the Mohu Leaf 50, a great, dependable antenna.
Sign Up Now and Watch the CONCACAF Gold Cup Too
Of course, FOX Soccer 2Go isn’t only for watching a Beach Soccer World Cup live stream. From July 7 through July 26, the streaming service will also give you access to extensive CONCACAF Gold Cup coverage. Learn more about that event by clicking here.
Learn More about How to Watch Soccer Online
Are you a huge soccer fan? If so, then you need to check out my in-depth guide on how to watch your favorite soccer without cable.
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