The 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup, hosted by the US and Canada, lasts from July 7 to 26 and features 12 teams trying to qualify to face the US, the 2013 Gold Cup champions, in a playoff match. The ultimate goal? Win the playoff match and represent CONCACAF in the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup. (Note: If the US wins the 2015 Gold Cup, they automatically qualify for the Confederations Cup)
Trying to figure out how you can watch the Gold Cup online? There are multiple ways to get Gold Cup live stream action without a cable contract. Below, I’ll break down all the legal options.
FOX Soccer 2Go: The Best Way to Watch the Gold Cup Online in the U.S.
FOX has full English language rights to the CONCACAF Gold Cup. How does that help someone who doesn’t have a cable subscription? Well, FOX has their own standalone soccer streaming service, FOX Soccer 2Go, that allows you to watch popular soccer matches without a cable login (review here). Noteworthy features of the service include:
- Live coverage of leagues and events such as CONCACAF Gold Cup, Champions League, Women’s World Cup, and more
- Full matches on demand
- Studio coverage before and after matches
- Additional feeds with various camera views
- Available on computer, tablet, smartphones, and more
Fox Soccer 2Go offers two different types of subscriptions. If you only care about watching the Gold Cup online, then you may be interested in the one month subscription option for $19.99. However, if you’re a soccer fan who can’t get enough of the action, then you’re going to want to go with the annual $99.99 subscription (which is only about $8 per month, a deep discount!). Whichever subscription you choose, keep in mind that there is no obligation to keep the service once your subscription is up. You can cancel at any time.
Gold Cup Live Stream for Spanish Speakers in the U.S.
Spanish language rights for the CONCACAF Gold Cup belong to Univision. Univision covers the Gold Cup across its three networks: Univision, UniMás, and Univision Deportes. Univision Deportes will broadcast 25 matches, UniMás will carry 16, and Univision will carry seven. And you can get all three stations with the Deportes Extra package on Sling TV.
Created by Dish Network, Sling TV is a new service that allows you to stream popular cable channels over your internet connection. The basic package gives you about 20 channels, including ESPN, TNT, AMC, HGTV, and more. For an extra $5 per month, you can add the Deportes Extra package, which gives you all three Univision-owned stations, along with beIN Sports (another station that carries popular soccer matches) and Azteca. You can try this out for free here for 7 days and watch on your phone, tablet, PC, or TV (with a streaming player).
Need a new streaming player to get the stream on your TV? Sling TV is also offering a special deal right now where you can get a free Roku Streaming Stick or Roku 3 streaming player 50% off when you prepay 3 months of service.
2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup Live Stream Schedule
Want to know when to catch your favorite teams? Here is the complete Gold Cup live stream schedule. A few things to keep in mind. You can watch all FOX matches online via FOX Soccer 2Go, and all Univision coverage with Sling TV. Times are in ET, and the schedule is subject to change.
Gold Cup Live Stream Options for People Living outside the U.S.
Unfortunately, if you don’t live in the US, the options above won’t do you much good. Ways to watch the Gold Cup online internationally are pretty limited. However, I have included a list below that shows which networks have broadcast rights in various countries.
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