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Fubo Sports Packages

Explore how much sports coverage Fubo offers with our guide to Fubo’s sports channels, add-ons, and playback features.

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Price: $32.99–$99.99/mo.

Channels: 65–260+

Cloud DVR: 1,000 hrs.

Data effective as of post date. Offers and availability may vary by location and are subject to change.

As its name suggests, Fubo’s main draw is its soccer coverage, but the live TV streaming service offers much more than fútbol. Each year, you can stream thousands of live sporting events on Fubo—ranging from football and baseball to boxing and axe throwing.

If you’re already familiar with what channels your favorite teams are on, keep scrolling for a comprehensive look at what Fubo offers sports fans. Otherwise, head over to our Sports hub for league-specific viewing guides.


  • Large channel lineups
  • Wide sports coverage
  • Nifty playback features (on select devices)


  • Expensive plans
  • No TNT Sports channels
  • Regional sports fees

Is Fubo worth it for sports fans?

Fubo is worth it for sports fans who love soccer and combat sports. It’s also an excellent service if you enjoy sports that are not so mainstream (we’re looking at you, pickleball enthusiasts).

All Fubo base plans come with a diverse range of channels—including various news, entertainment, and lifestyle networks. Most importantly, you’ll get key CBS Sports, FOX Sports, ESPN, and NBC Sports channels. The service also continuously adds new channels—perhaps more frequently than Hulu + Live TV, Sling TV, and YouTube TV.

Unfortunately, Fubo has expensive plans and hidden regional sports fees. It also doesn’t include TBS, TNT, and truTV, which are crucial for watching NBA, NHL, and college basketball games.

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Fubo sports add-ons

Fubo offers several add-on packages for subscribers to customize their channel lineup. Most of Fubo’s add-ons include sports channels. The add-ons listed below focus entirely on athletics. You can also add MLB.TV and NBA League Pass to your plan for complete out-of-market baseball and basketball coverage.

Add-on Price Features
Sports Plus with NFL RedZone $10.99/mo. NFL RedZone, MLB Network Strike Zone, Pac-12 Networks, and more
Sports Lite $9.99/mo. MLB Network, NBA TV, NHL Network, and more
International Sports Plus $6.99/mo. ESPN Deportes, Fox Deportes, GolTV English, and more
Adventure Plus $4.99/mo. MAVTV, Outdoor Channel, Sportsman Channel, and more
MLB.TV $29.99/mo. Every out-of-market MLB game
NBA League Pass $14.99/mo. Every out-of-market NBA game

Data effective as of post date. Offers and availability may vary by location and are subject to change.

Fubo sports channels

In the battle between live TV streaming services, Fubo stands out for its unique channel lineups that lean heavily on sports and international programming. Below is a list of dedicated sports networks available on Fubo.

Some channels like CNBC and USA Network also air live sports, but we left those off this list. Check out our Fubo Channel Lineup page for a look at every channel the service offers.

Channel Pro Elite Premier Latino
ACC Network
ACL Cornhole TV
beIN SPORTS en Español
Big Ten Network (BTN)
CBS Sports Network
ESPN Deportes
Fox Deportes
FOX Sports 1 (FS1)
FOX Sports 2 (FS2)
Fubo Sports
Fubo Sports 2
Fubo Sports 3
Fubo Sports 4
Fubo Sports 5
Fubo Sports 6
Fubo Sports 7
Fubo Sports 8
Golf Channel
GolTV Spanish
Marquee Sports Network†
MLB Network
NFL Network
NHL Network
Origin Sports Network
Outside Television
Pac-12 Networks
Perfect Game
Real Madrid TV
SEC Network
Swerve Sports
Tennis Channel
Tigo Sports
TUDNxtra 1
TUDNxtra 2
TUDNxtra 3
TUDNxtra 4
TUDNxtra 5
TUDNxtra 6
TUDNxtra 7
TUDNxtra 8
TUDNxtra 9
TUDNxtra 10
TUDNxtra 11
TyC Sports
Women’s Sports Network
Zona Fútbol

Data effective as of post date.
†Live sports coverage on Marquee Sports Network is blacked out for those outside the channel’s regional coverage area.

Regional sports networks on Fubo

Fubo recently expanded its channel coverage to include regional sports networks (RSNs). These channels are available based on your location—providing live, in-market games from leagues like MLB, NBA, and NHL.

If your plan includes RSN coverage, you must pay an extra monthly fee, and there’s no way to opt out. Fubo determines the RSN fee by the number of RSNs you receive. One RSN is $11.99 per month, while two or more will cost you $14.99. Here’s a list of RSNs currently available on Fubo.

  • Altitude Sports
  • Bally Sports Arizona
  • Bally Sports Detroit
  • Bally Sports Florida
  • Bally Sports Great Lakes
  • Bally Sports Indiana
  • Bally Sports Kansas City
  • Bally Sports Midwest
  • Bally Sports New Orleans
  • Bally Sports North
  • Bally Sports Ohio
  • Bally Sports Oklahoma
  • Bally Sports San Diego
  • Bally Sports SoCal
  • Bally Sports South
  • Bally Sports Southeast
  • Bally Sports Southwest
  • Bally Sports Sun
  • Bally Sports West
  • Bally Sports Wisconsin
  • Marquee Sports Network
  • Mid-Atlantic Sports Network (MASN)
  • Monumental Sports Network
  • MSG
  • MSG Sportsnet
  • NBC Sports Bay Area
  • NBC Sports Boston
  • NBC Sports California
    • NBC Sports California+
  • NBC Sports Chicago
    • NBC Sports Chicago+
  • NBC Sports Philadelphia
    • NBC Sports Philadelphia+
  • New England Sports Network (NESN)
  • ROOT SPORTS Northwest
  • SportsNet New York (SNY)
  • SportsNet Pittsburgh
  • SportsNet Rocky Mountain

How to watch sports on Fubo

Watching sports on Fubo is easy and convenient because the service has an entire menu tab dedicated to sports. If you click on that menu, you can view live and upcoming events, browse schedules, and scroll through league content.

You can also use Fubo’s Game Finder tool to look up dates, times, and channels for upcoming games.

The Fubo Sports menu displays rows of live and upcoming sports programs.
Looking for a specific event? You can filter available games by sport and league in Fubo’s Sports menu, as seen on a Google Chrome web browser.

Fubo playback features

Beyond channels, Fubo takes its sports coverage to the next level through features designed to enhance the viewing experience. We particularly love its FanView playback feature, which displays real-time stats and scores alongside select events.

FanView on Fubo displays an MLB game alongside game stats and scores from across the league.
Fubo’s FanView feature as seen on a Google Chrome web browser.

Fubo also has a multiview feature, allowing you to watch up to four channels simultaneously. However, the feature is only available on Apple TV devices.

Because finding time to watch every sporting event live is difficult, Fubo includes 1,000 hours of cloud DVR storage in its English-language base plans. It’s nothing compared to Hulu + Live TV and YouTube TV’s unlimited DVRs, but it’s much better than Sling TV’s 50 hours of included storage.

What is Fubo Sports Network?

Fubo Sports Network is a free, ad-supported streaming channel owned and operated by Fubo (formerly fuboTV). From bare-knuckle boxing to poker and darts, the channel offers a diverse lineup of sports-related programming. And it’s not all old stuff, either—it has live competitions and fresh originals.

While available to all Fubo subscribers, anyone can access the Sports Network channel on the official Fubo Sports website. The channel is also available with the free streaming platforms listed below.

  • Samsung TV Plus
  • Tubi
  • Vizio WatchFree+
  • Xumo Play

Fubo sports packages FAQ

What sports are on Fubo?

Fubo features popular sports like soccer, baseball, basketball, football, hockey, golf, and tennis. It also carries tons of combat sports and motorsports. Not everyone is into mainstream sports, so Fubo also has you covered with stuff like drone racing, pickleball, and esports.

How much does Fubo sports cost?

Fubo plans start at $79.99 a month, and you can upgrade your base plan with add-on packages and premium channels. You may also pay up to $14.99 a month extra if you live in an area with an available regional sports network.

Is Fubo sports free on Roku?

No, the Fubo streaming service is not free on Roku. However, you can stream Fubo Sports Network for free in The Roku Channel app, which is available on Roku and Amazon Fire TV devices.

How do you get Fubo sports?

Fubo Sports channels are available in every Fubo TV plan. Without a Fubo subscription, you can stream Fubo Sports Network on free services like Amazon Freevee, The Roku Channel, and Tubi.

Why you should trust us

Our sports experts researched and hands-on tested Fubo over several years—including many NFL, Premier League, and NASCAR seasons. We examined the live TV streaming service’s league coverage while comparing its prices and features with other TV providers.

Check out our How We Rank page to learn more about our methods.

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