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The 5 Best Sports Streaming Services
The 5 Best Sports Streaming Services

The 5 Best Sports Streaming Services

Browsing the web looking for great sports content can be challenging at times, especially if you don’t know where to look. To help you with this challenge, I created this list of the five best sports streaming services currently available. Here are my picks

1) Sling TV

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2) FuboTV

fuboTV is a great sports-focused streaming service that offers tons of channels, including Fox Sports and NBCSN. For $35/month, you get 70+ channels for live sports and entertainment. You can also add Showtime for $10/month. (Here's a complete fuboTV review.) Another plus: when you sign up through our link, FanSided gets a small cut that helps support all of our coverage. Whether you're looking to watch football or MMA, college basketball or cricket, there are plenty of ways to stream it right here on FanSided without cable! If you want to know what channels fuboTV has and learn more about it, check out our fuboTV review guide!

3) Hulu with Live TV

Hulu’s live TV service offers a strong channel lineup, including major networks in some areas, and plenty of sports (including live NFL games). Hulu with Live TV also has limited DVR storage and can be watched on multiple devices simultaneously. It offers a one-week free trial, after which it costs $40 per month. Its channel lineup is also cheaper than Sling TV. However, you’ll have to add on more channels to get out of paying for commercials. If you want more flexibility than cable television can offer with its monthly subscription, Hulu’s live TV may be worth considering. For example, many professional leagues offer streaming packages only through their official websites—but it’s easy to imagine other leagues could soon follow suit.