FuboTV is an online streaming service that began as a soccer streaming service but it has recently turned into a full streaming service. Although it’s considered a full streaming service that offers all of the major US sports (MLB, NFL, NBA & NHL), it’s also one of the best streaming services, if not the best, for soccer fans so this review will focus on it’s soccer content. I’ve been a subscriber of the service since 2015 and I’ve been very happy with the quality of the streams, quantity of games available every week and the various features they’ve released to improve the consumer experience.
Leagues & tournaments available
|Premier League (England)||LigaMx (Mexico)||UEFA Champions League|
|La Liga (Spain)||Bundesliga (Germany)||MLS (United States)|
|Serie A (Italy)||Concacaf Champions League||EFL Cup (England)|
|Brasileirão (Brazil)||Primera Division (Argentina)||Ligue 1 (France)|
Portugal’s Primeira Liga, Argentina’s Primera and Brazil’s Serie A [Available as part of Add-on package]
How can I watch FuboTV?
Just like any other streaming provider, internet connection or a mobile network is required to stream Fubo.tv. FuboTV offers a variety of options to view it’s content as it has a mobile app so you can watch on your phone or tablet and is integrated with streaming hardware like Roku, Apple TV and Fire TV. In addition you can cast from a device by using chromecast. It’s fairly easy to watch on your tv or any other device.
The are 4 different packages with prices ranging from $6.99 per month to $34.99 per month. With these options it’s easy to sign up for a package that fits consumers watching needs without breaking the bank.
Leagues Included: UEFA Champions League, Premier League, Bundesliga, La Liga, Ligamx, Serie A, MLS, Ligue 1, Concacaf Champions League, Copa Del Rey, EFL Cup, Primera Division & Brasileirão
This is the most robust offering by Fubo.tv. With the Premier package you’d be able to watch every major soccer league & competition, US major sports, and additional popular content like Food network, Travel Channel, History Channel and HGTV. The Premier package has the potential to replace your entire cable or satellite provider on it’s own.
This package is perfect for soccer fanatics of the major european leagues and US sports. A major benefit of this package is providing content for non-sports fanatics in the household so the Premier package is perfect for everyone in the household for only $34.99/month.
Leagues Included: La Liga, Ligamx, Serie A, MLS, Ligue 1, Concacaf Champions League, Copa Del Rey, EFL Cup, Bundesliga, Primera Division & Brasileirão
The futbol Latino package is perfect for La Liga, Ligamx, MLS, Argentina’s Primera Division, Brasileirao and Concacaf fans. If your favorite team is Barcelona, Real Madrid or any other La Liga team, this is the package for you because it include both Bein Sports and Bein Sports in Spanish. In addition the coverage of MLS & Ligamx with Univision will include most games every weekend. The bonus of this package is having Fox Deportes which does include some UEFA Champions League & Bundesliga matches.
This package is perfect for fans of La Liga, Ligamx and MLS. It does include some UEFA Champions League matches so for casual UEFA fans it provides some coverage. Since there is less content that the Premier package, the Latino Package does comes at a discount at $14.99/month.
Fubo Legacy [Only available to legacy Fubo Subscribers]
Leagues Included: La Liga, Ligamx, Serie A, MLS, Ligue 1, Concacaf Champions League, Copa Del Rey, Primera Division & Benfica (only home games)
The Legacy package is the lowest priced package and it comes with the least amount of channels. Bein sports and the Univision family of Networks (UDN, Galavision, Unimas) make this package perfect for fans that are mainly interested in La Liga and/or Ligamx. The biggest drawback to this package is not having UEFA Champions League content but it does come at a very low price.
DVR function to record games – I’ve used this function a couple of times and it’s nice but I haven’t used it as much as I should.
Weekly emails – FuboTV sends its subscribers a weekly emails listing the upcoming games. I like the emails since they made it very easy to scan through a list of games by including logos of the teams playing.
Easy to find game for the day or upcoming week. Typically I’m logging into Fubo.tv knowing my team is playing but there are days I’ll log into to take a peek at the days for the game.
Starting at $14.99 a month ($6.99 for Legacy Fubo subscribers) you’ll be able to watch Ray Hudson go crazy while calling a Barcelona or Real Madrid game while at the same time being able to a top italian team. In my particular case, I’m able to watch my favorite teams (Club Leon from Mexico and SD Eibar from Spain) with FuboTV, so based on my viewing habits FuboTV’s Fubo Latino package for $14.99 per month is the best option.
Regardless of what teams or leagues you root for, Fubo.tv will be able to provide an affordable viewing option to watch most or all of the games you need to watch.
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