When it launched it January 2015, fuboTV quickly became one of the premier streaming services for casual and fanatical soccer fans alike. The affordable monthly service had everything soccer fans needed to watch their favorite clubs, players, and leagues online, with live soccer games streaming to all their favorite devices. But now, fuboTV is rapidly growing to become more than just a niche soccer streaming service — it is evolving into a sports-first live streaming service that offers both sports and entertainment channels and can serve as a true cable TV replacement.
So, what is fuboTV now?
With the new fuboTV (currently in Beta), you’ll be able to enjoy over 70 channels, including FS1, FS2, regional FOX Sports Networks, regional NBC Sports networks (CSN), Big Ten Network, NBCSN, NBA TV, FX, FXX, Bravo, A&E, FOX News, The Weather Channel, and more — anytime you want on internet-connected TVs, mobile devices, game consoles, streaming players, computers, and an always-growing selection of devices.
Check out my complete fuboTV review below.
What are the Top fuboTV Features?
When it was just a soccer streaming service, fuboTV was priced at $9.99 a month or $95 for an annual pass (that’s less than $8 a month). It was a great deal for soccer fans, but most other sports fans were left out.
But now that the streaming service is growing to appeal to a broader audience, it’s believed that fuboTV will be doing away with this package in the coming weeks and enticing current subscribers to sign up for the new, more robust version of its live streaming product. This package will start at $34.99 a month, and will give you a great bang for your buck.
Here are some of my favorite features:
- Watch live TV online anywhere you go–Access premium programming on your TV (w/ connected devices including Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Chromecast), phone, tablet, game console, or computer.
- Enjoy stunning HD quality–fubo TV offers high-quality, live streams in HD (when available).
- Record shows and games with fuboTV DVR service–As of September 2015, fubo has launched a DVR service, allowing you to record games and entertainment, so you never miss a thing.
Want to try fuboTV? Click here to sign up for a free 24-hour trial to test out the service.
How Much Does fuboTV Cost?
fuboTV is the perfect solution for sports fans who don’t want to pay an expensive cable bill just to watch games and some of their other favorite channels. With fubo, you can watch TV online at a low cost, without cable.
The subscription starts at $34.99 monthly (cancel anytime) and gives users live access to multiple channels constantly broadcasting all sorts of sports and entertainment, including NBA and college basketball games, soccer (fuboTV has more soccer than any other streaming service), baseball, college football, cricket, golf, tennis, and pro wrestling, as well as entertainment and news.
There’s no contract necessary. You pay month-to-month (like you do with Netflix or any other streaming service), and you can cancel any time you feel like it. It’s a fraction of the price of cable, and it’s a great replacement, particularly for sports fans who want a service that puts their interests first.
Right now, you can try fuboTV FREE for 24 hours. This is a great way to test out the service to see how you like it. Click here to sign up for your free trial to watch fubo live today.
fuboTV Channel List
Now that the service has expanded into a full live streaming offering, there are more than 70 fuboTV channels subscribers can enjoy. What does $34.99 a month get you? The fuboTV channel list includes the following:
Regional FOX Sports Networks, regional NBC Sports channels (Comcast SportsNet), FOX Soccer Plus, Big Ten Network, NBCSN, FS1, FS2, Fox Deportes, Fox College Sports, NBA TV, Golf Channel, NBC Universo, Universal HD, BeIn Sports HD in English and Spanish (great for an El Clasico live stream and tons more soccer coverage), GolTV in English, Univision, Univision Deportes, UniMas, El Rey Network, Pivot, the fuboTV network, Revolt, TyC Sports, GolTV Spanish, and Galavision, Sport TV Americas, Benfica TV, Antena 3, Telehit, BandaMax, Ritmoson, and Football Report TV. Additionally, fuboTV partners with specific soccer teams to offer their club TV channels. These teams are Everton, Ajax, FC Barcelona, Benfica, and Real Madrid.
Entertainment & Lifestyle
FOX (select markets), NBC (select markets), FX, FXX, FXM, A&E, FYI, History, Bravo, Lifetime, LMN, Viceland, Cloo, Chiller, E!, El Rey Network, Esquire, Oxygen, Sprout, Syfy, USA Network, Fuse, FM, Hallmark Channel, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, Revolt, National Geographic, Nat Geo Mundo, and Nat Geo Wild.
News & Information
Fox News, Fox Business, MSNBC, CNBC, Local Now, The Weather Channel, NECN, and more.
While the fuboTV channels are definitely sports-forward, they still include a good assortment of other popular entertainment and news networks, which makes it a really well-rounded offering that can suit the entire family.
Which Soccer Leagues Can You Watch With fuboTV?
fuboTV lets you keep up with your favorite soccer leagues across the world. It also provides access to several cup tournaments. You can watch live football online from the following leagues: Premier League, La Liga, Ligue 1, Serie A, Liga MX, MLS, Primeira Liga, Russian Premier, Brazilian League, and Uruguayan League. On top of that, you can also catch great tournament play in Copa America, Scottish Cup, Africa Cup of Nations, Portuguese Cup, and Coppa Italia. In all, you can watch some of the best soccer matches from all across the world on one platform.
Which Devices Can You Watch fuboTV On?
You can watch fuboTV on your TV, phone (iOS and Android), tablet (iOS, Android, and Kindle Fire), game console, or computer. You’ll need a streaming player to stream fuboTV onto your television. Currently, the fuboTV app is available on the following streaming devices: all Roku players, Apple TV, Chromecast, and Amazon Fire TV.
Can You Try fuboTV for Free?
Yes, fubo TV currently offers a one-day trial absolutely free. You can view their entire premium programming package and test out the service for 24 hours to see if it’s right for you. Click here to sign up for your trial now.
Of course, at just $34.99 month, fubo is already very affordable and one of the best ways to watch sports online.
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