Tweeeeeeeeeeeeet! What’s the best way to watch soccer on TV? Our picks all offer a lot of soccer in both English and Spanish.
fuboTV is our overall pick for the best streaming service for soccer. Cable provider Spectrum offers the best value. ESPN+ is hands-down the cheapest way to watch. And if your piggy bank holds only pennies and pocket lint, there’s always Pluto’s free MLS channel.
So it’s player’s choice: You can’t go wrong with any of these providers. Pick one that’s right for you.
How to watch soccer on TV FAQ
Where can I watch soccer on TV?
Soccer is the world’s most popular sport, so there are a lot of ways to watch it. You can find cable, satellite, and streaming services that offer a lot of live soccer matches as well as analysis and news.
We recommend ESPN+, which covers a wide range of pro soccer leagues for only $5.99 a month. (Pro tip: You can bundle ESPN+ with Disney+ and Hulu Basic for $12.99 a month.)
Another great option is Peacock Premium, which has on-demand access to all 380 Premier League matches plus soccer shows, highlights, and analysis—not to mention a lot of non-soccer related movies and series. And it’s only $4.99 a month (or $9.99 per month for no ads and offline viewing).
What soccer leagues does ESPN have?
ESPN+ has a bunch of soccer leagues. You’ll be able to watch matches and tournaments from Serie A, MLS, Copa America, The Emirates FA Cup, English Football League (EFL), Carabao Cup (EFL), Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, Eredivisie, Copa Italia, Superliga, Indian Super League, Hyundai A-League, International Champions Cup, FA Cup, UEFA Nations League, and more.
Can you watch ESPN+ on TV?
Yes, you can watch ESPN+ on a TV as long as you use one of these supported devices: AppleTV (Generation 3 & 4), Roku, Chromecast, FireTV, Xbox One, Playstation 4, Oculus Go, and Samsung connected TVs (Tizen).
What is the best channel for soccer?
The best channel for soccer is the one where you can find the most action from your favorite leagues.
If you want the most live soccer, along with analysis and commentary, look into a subscription service like FOX Soccer Plus ($15 a month) or MLS Direct Kick ($22.25 a month). But you’ll need to find a cable, satellite, or streaming TV provider that offers them. Unfortunately, that means you’ll probably have to subscribe to a standard TV package too.
A much cheaper alternative is ESPN+, which gives you tons of live soccer for about five bucks a month.
Can you watch soccer games on Hulu?
You can watch live soccer games on Hulu + Live TV, but it’s not the best streaming service for the sport. You’d do better with fuboTV or Sling TV. Both services offer more soccer channels at a better price.