Serie A, the Italian professional soccer league, will begin its 2015-2016 season on Saturday, August 22. Last year, Juventus made a dominant run to the championship and look to repeat in spite of losing a few top-tier players. Roma, AC Milan, and Inter Milan have all attempted to make some strategic moves in an effort to close the points gap from the previous season. Simply put, we’re in for one heck of a season! And if you’re a soccer fan without cable, there’s good news. Thanks to new streaming services, you can legally watch Serie A online and not miss out on any of the season’s matches.
This year, Serie A games will be broadcast on North America’s premier soccer network, beIN SPORTS, in both English and Spanish. You can watch beIN SPORTS online without a cable contract through fuboTV and Sling TV. Both streaming services provide a great way to watch Serie A online all season long.
fuboTV Provides the Most Affordable Way to Watch Serie A Soccer All Season
Soccer fans in North America (US and Canada) have a really great way to watch Serie A online with fuboTV (review here). fuboTV is a streaming service designed specifically for soccer fans. For just $6.99 a month, you can watch soccer online from a number of leagues on your TV, computer, or mobile devices.
fuboTV offers beIN Sports USA and beIN SPORTS en Espanol, which means you can watch Serie A soccer online with the service. You can also watch a number of tournaments, soccer documentaries, pre- and post-game coverage, and a whole lot more. If you love soccer, you’ll never find yourself bored with fuboTV.
At the moment, fuboTV is just $6.99 per month. Even if you’re just a casual soccer fan who only catches a few matches here and there, this is a whole lot cheaper than having cable.
fuboTV offers a free 24-hour trial, which is an excellent chance to test out the service by watching a match or two. Obviously, you can’t catch the entire nine-month Serie A season for free, but for less than $7 per month, fuboTV’s service truly is a fantastic bargain.
Sling TV Offers Multiple Ways to Watch Serie A Live Stream
Sling TV (review here) is another option to stream both beIN SPORTS’ English and Spanish stations online. The streaming service, backed by Dish Network, lets subscribers stream live cable channels using their internet connection. Its standalone Sling International package allows users to watch beIN SPORTS HD, beIN SPORTS en Espanol, and five other top international sports, news, and movie channels for just $10 per month.
For a limited time, the company is offering a free 30-day trial of Sling International when you sign up now. As with all of Sling TV’s packages, there’s no contract and no commitment for the service. With the free trial, you have the option of cancelling the service at the end of the one month. If you sign up for the 30-day trial of Sling International, it will let you watch an entire month of the Serie A season online on your TV (using a streaming player), phone, tablet, or computer.
If you are already a Sling TV user or are interested in subscribing to their $20-a-month domestic package that includes over 20 popular US channels (like ESPN and ESPN2), another option is adding either the Sports Extra or Deportes Extra package for an additional $5 per month. Both Sling packages include beIN SPORTS, which will be televising every Serie A game for the season.
Sling TV offers multiple affordable, high-quality options for fans who want to watch Serie A online. The best part about Sling TV is you can sign up now and be ready to watch the ongoing Serie A season in just minutes! Click here to get started.
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