Fubo TV is a newer streaming service that gives American cord cutters access to soccer or “football” from the United States and around the world. You also can get access to a long list of live TV channels in English and other languages.
The service comes with a DVR service that allows you to record any game and watch it for up to 72 hours after it finishes. Perfect for catching games that happen when you are at work.
- Live games
- Live channels
- Low price
- Great user interface
Fubo TV is available on Roku, Fire TV, Chromecast, Apple TV third and fourth generations, Android, iOS, and more.
ChannelsLive channels include networks like beIN SPORTS, Univision, Univision Deportes Network, Galavision, UniMás, El Rey, TyC Sports, GolTV, Benfica TV, Pivot, REVOLT, Sport TV, and Antena 3 among others.
The streams come in in HD quality similar to WatchESPN, and the streams seemed to be stable during our testing—even during big games.
You can sign up for a free trial of the service for 24 hours, allowing you to try out the service before you pay.
If you want access to soccer content without the need to agree to a two-year contract, Fubo TV is a great service that you should check out.
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