The MLS season kicks off on March 6th and if you are a cable cutter you’ll want to make sure you know all of your options for watching MLS streaming this season. Previously, it may have been difficult to keep up with all of the action, but now there are tons of options. Last season, the Portland Timbers bested Columbus Crew SC in the MLS Cup and the New York Red Bulls won the Supporters’ Shield for claiming the best record in the regular season.
This season, FOX and ESPN will be broadcasting a solid amount of MLS games on live TV. Even if you do not have a cable subscription you can easily gain access to the MLS live stream on these channels. Below is all of the information you need to watch MLS online or live on your TV the entire season.
Sling TV Offers Legal MLS Live Stream on Multiple Channels
Sling TV, a subscription streaming service offered by Dish Network, will be your best option to watch MLS online. You subscribe to Sling TV on a monthly basis for $20 per month and gain access to over 20 popular cable channels. The channels can even be live streamed on your TV with a device like Roku or Chromecast or you can watch them on your phone, tablet, or computer.
The main reason Sling TV (review) will be your best option is channels like ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN3 (Accessible via the WatchESPN app with your Sling TV login) are included in the basic package. These channels will broadcast a large amount of MLS games and you can easily watch plenty of MLS streaming on Sling TV.
If you want to watch even more or are interested in watching the games broadcast in Spanish, you can pay an extra $5 each month for the Sports Extra package which includes Univision Deportes, ESPNews, and beIN Sports. All three will be broadcasting MLS or other soccer games live. If you are interested you can try Sling TV out free with the 7-day free trial. If you time it right, you can even watch MLS online free for a week.
If you are interested in watching MLS streaming during the whole season, then Sling TV has a great deal for you. When you subscribe to three months of Sling TV you can choose either a free Roku 2 or 50% off a Roku 3. Either device lets you stream MLS right on your TV and both are great deals, especially the Roku 2 which normally retails at $69.99. If you do the math there you can see you get the Roku 2 for $10 off retail and get three months of Sling TV. It’s as close to a no brainer as there is.
Watch Tons of Soccer Including MLS Streaming with fuboTV
Another option that not only allows you to watch MLS online, but also a lot of other soccer leagues is fuboTV. Live channels featured on fuboTV include Univision Deportes, Univision Network, and UniMas and it will provide access to a MLS live stream in Spanish. Other leagues easily viewable on fuboTV include La Liga, Ligue 1, Serie A, Primeira Liga, and several others. Check out our full review of fuboTV to learn more.
For all this soccer, fuboTV only costs $9.99 per month without any contract required. It’s a great deal for the avid or casual soccer fan. You can try fuboTV free for a day with the 24-hour free trial.
FOX Soccer 2Go –One More Option to Watch MLS Online
Any MLS games airing on FOX Sports 1 or FOX Deportes can be watched with FOX Soccer 2Go. It is another great way to watch MLS online and catch your favorite team play live. In addition to the live streams, you can watch the games on-demand after they have aired. FOX Soccer 2Go posts them to the content library soon after the game is completed and you can watch them normally for 7 days after the last whistle.
You can stream FOX Soccer 2Go on your iPhone, iPad, computer, or on through AirPlay on your Apple TV. In addition to watching MLS streaming you can also watch Europa League, UEFA Champions League, Scottish Premier League, and CONCACAF Champions League. The cost to subscribe is either $19.99 per month or $169.99 for an annual subscription.
To learn more about FOX Soccer 2Go, head over to our detailed review.
MLS Live Lets you Watch MLS Live Stream Outside you Area
One last option, which will let you watch nearly every MLS game during the year, is MLS Live. The service, offered by MLS, lets you live stream each game that is not being broadcast in your local area. That means there are in fact blackouts, so this would not at all work if you wanted to watch your favorite team nearby online. But, it is a great option if you no longer live near your favorite team or just enjoy watching as much MLS streaming as possible. For the entire season, MLS Live costs $79.99.
Watch Even More Soccer and Sports Online
If you are surprised at how easy it is to watch Major League Soccer online you’ll be pleased to know it is just as easy to watch other soccer leagues. You can learn more about that in our guide for watching soccer online. Also, if you are interested in any other sports, check out our full guide for watching sports without cable.
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