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The best soccer streaming services in 2023

The eight best soccer streaming services in 2023. Subscribe to Fubo and enjoy your favorite teams, leagues and players.

In 2023, there are a multitude of ways to watch your favorite soccer teams, leagues and players if you’re a fan of the sport who is based in the United States. Fubo, for example, is considered the best soccer streaming service thanks to it carrying so many networks and channels that broadcast all of the biggest soccer leagues in the world. So if you want to watch all of the biggest soccer games between the most important clubs in the world – without cable, at that – Fubo is your best bet as far as streaming services go. Find out more below.

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The five best soccer streaming services in 2023

Since the announcement that all-time soccer great and reigning World Cup champion Lionel Messi would be joining MLS’ Inter Miami, and be joined there by former star Barcelona teammate Sergio Busquets and former Barcelona, Argentina and Mexico manager Tata Martino, every soccer fan in America has been looking for the best way to watch soccer without cable. This article will provide a guide to the best soccer streaming services for soccer, including Fubo.

Soccer channels every fan needs

For starters, you’re going to need to know the soccer channels every fan wants and needs. Knowing that information will help you because with it, you can figure out what streaming service has the most of those channels and, in turn, allow you to watch the most soccer possible through one streaming service.

Those channels include but are not limited to:

  • beIN Sports

This network carries games from France’s Ligue 1, commonly considered one of the five best soccer leagues in the world, featuring clubs like Paris Saint-Germain (home of Kylian Mbappe) and AS Monaco. It also features the Turkish Süper Lig and the African Cup of Nations.

  • ESPN

Arguably the best network for soccer fans, ESPN covers the German Bundesliga (including soccer giants Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund), La Liga (home of the biggest soccer rivalry in the world: Barcelona vs. Real Madrid), Emirates FA Cup (one of the biggest soccer competitions featuring clubs from England’s Premier League), English Football League, Carabao Cup, Scottish Premiership, United Soccer League (the second best division in American soccer), U.S. Open Cup, Eredivisie (the Dutch league featuring Ajax) and the Indian Super League, among even more.

  • FOX

Includes FOX, FOX Sports 1, FOX Sports 2 and FOX Deportes, and is home of the FIFA World Cup, FIFA Women’s World Cup (which is coming up this summer) and the CONCACAF Gold Cup (which is currently ongoing).

  • NBC

Features USA Network and CNBC and is the sole provider of the mighty English Premier League.

  • Telemundo

For Spanish speakers, Telemundo is your best bet for FIFA World Cup and English Premier League matchups in Spanish.

  • Univision

Includes Galavision, TUDN and Unmias and is home to Spanish-language coverage of the Champions League, Liga MX and Liga MX Femenil.

SIGN UP TODAY: Click here for a free trial of Fubo and watch soccer without cable using the streaming service.

How to watch soccer without cable: Eight streaming options

Carries the largest and broadest selection of channels that carry soccer games.

NBC is home of the English Premier League and Peacock, its streaming service, sometimes carries big Premier League matchups only on the streaming service.

Home to a wide variety of soccer leagues, including Bundesliga and La Liga.

Offers a wide variety of channels that carry a large bulk of soccer leagues.

Home of the Champions League, with some huge inter-league European soccer matchups taking place only on Paramount+. Also carries some Argentinean, Brazilian and Italian games.

Carries a lot of channels that offer soccer games.

Offers a wide variety of channels with various soccer leagues.

Like Sling and YouTube TV, also carries a lot of cable channels that show a variety of soccer leagues.

Take soccer to the next level with Fubo

As you can tell, Fubo is your best option as far as streaming services to watch basically all of the soccer you want without cable. For starters, you can watch the English Premier League, Liga MX, select MLS games, Champions League, Ligue 1 and much more through channels carried on Fubo. Fubo also allows up to 10 simultaneous streams in the same household and you can have separate matches streaming through your television, laptop, tablet and phone. You can even record the games you want to watch – in case you have to be at work during an important Champions League or Premier League matchup, for example – and watch them once you get home.

Fubo even offers a free trial, which you can sign up for right here, so you can see what you’ll be paying for. We trust you won’t be disappointed.


Which streaming service is the best for watching soccer?

As we just discussed, to watch soccer without cable, your best streaming service option is Fubo, as it carries the most channels that cover the beautiful game, including its biggest teams, players and leagues, like the English Premier League and Champions League. You’ll even be able to catch certain Messi games with Inter Miami on Fubo, depending on the MLS national television schedule, as well as the Leagues Cup, which is broadcast in Spanish on UniMas. Messi’s rumored first appearance for Inter Miami will be in Leagues Cup and against Cruz Azul on July 21, which can be streamed for free and live on Fubo. Don’t wait, however; sign up now so you don’t forget and miss out on the historic first appearance by Messi.

Is there a streaming service for all soccer games?

No, but you can get close to being able to watch all soccer games with Fubo, as the streaming service carries the largest bulk of channels that broadcast the widest spectrum of soccer leagues around the world, including the biggest, such as Premier League and Champions League, as well as Liga MX and some MLS games.

Can I stream soccer games for free?

Yes. Fubo offers a free trial that will allow you to watch huge soccer games for free and live using a picture-perfect, smooth stream. You can cancel once your free trial is up, no questions asked, but we trust you’ll want to stick around with Fubo for the long term.

Don’t waste another second, soccer fans.


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Frank Urbina
Frank Urbina
Writer and editor for Fubo News. Educated by Florida State University, based out of Miami, FL. To contact: furbina@fubo.tv.

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