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Wednesday, 31 March 2021

How to watch sports live without cable (or even a TV)

How to watch sports live without cable (or even a TV)

Sports and reality shows are two genres of television that have to be watched live. You don't want to be that person who missed your team's game-winning goal or any intense moments throughout the match.

In the past, you had to have a cable provider to watch all of the big games, but we live in the age of streaming and you're able to cut the cord and still catch all of the best content. You can stream movies and cartoons without cable, and live sports are no different.

Streaming services give you all the sports coverage you want on your terms. However, there are so many to choose from that it can be a little difficult deciding which one is the best fit for you. When making your selection, keep in mind which sports are the most important to you. If you're a die-hard football fan and don't really pay attention to any other athletics, NFL Game Pass might be the service you need. Or maybe you're just an ESPN enthusiast and want access to ESPN+. Read more...

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BEST OVERALL CHOICE FOR SPORTS

fuboTV

fuboTV puts sports first, but provides entertainment channels, too.

  • Price: $54.99 per month
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BEST FOR WATCHING MORE THAN JUST SPORTS

Hulu Live

Hulu Live's ability to catch up on missed games makes up for fewer local channel offerings.

  • Price: $54.99 per month
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BEST FOR COLLEGE BASKETBALL AND SOCCER

Paramount+

Paramount+ has the best coverage of men's NCAA basketball and Champions League soccer, plus CBS shows and streaming originals.

  • Price: $5.99 per month with limited commercials
  • Price: $9.99 per month commercial-free
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BEST BUDGET PICK

ESPN+

You won't get all the big games, but at a great price you get tons of ESPN content.

  • Price: $5.99 per month
  • Price: $49.99 per year
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BEST FOR CUSTOMIZED ADD-ONS

Sling TV

Sling TV's base packages don't offer tons of sports channels, but a la carte sports extras won't cost too much more.

  • Price: $30 per month (Sling Orange)
  • Price: $30 per month (Sling Blue)
  • Price: $45 per month (Sling Orange and Blue)
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BEST FOR WATCHING A VARIETY OF SPORTS

Peacock TV

Peacock TV offers sports like cycling, golf, rugby, and more â€" plus the Olympics.

  • Peacock price: Free (golf, tennis, sports talk, movies, and TV)
  • Peacock Premium price: $4.99 per month (everything in Peacock plus Premier League, cycling, skating, rugby, and snow sports)
  • Peacock Premium Plus price: $9.99 per month (everything in Premium without ads)
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BEST FOR YOUTUBE LOVERS

YouTubeTV

YouTubeTV is limited in its local offerings, but you get unlimited storage space and won't be tied to a contract.

  • Price: $64.99 per month
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BEST ESPORTS PLATFORM

Twitch

Twitch Prime is the ultimate platform for watching esports while reaping the benefits of Amazon Prime.

  • Price: $4.99 per month
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BEST FOR FOOTBALL

NFL Game Pass

You won't find live regular season, playoff, or Super Bowl games here, but die-hard NFL fans can watch games after they've aired, plus extra NFL content.

  • Price: $74.99 per year
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BEST FOR MMA FANS

UFC Fight Pass

UFC Fight Pass lets you stream live and past fights and other exclusive UFC content.

  • Price: $9.99 per month
  • Price: $95.99 per year
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BEST FREE OPTION

NBC Sports app

This one requires quite the workaround, but is a last-resort way to watch if you're broke and know somebody with cable.

  • Price: Free (with cable subscription)



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