Going to the game is an experience for sports fans but sometimes we can’t make our favorite game, or we don’t want to spend the money on pricey tickets. In saying that there are some streaming services that we can use to help use feel like we are at the game when we are in the comfort of our own home.
Grab your nachos and sit back because we found some of the best sports streaming services that you can use when you’re at home and want to watch the game. Read on to see some of our favorites.
1. YouTube TV
We all love YouTube and the content they bring us but YouTube TV can offer us sports. The streaming service is $64.99/month and has numerous sports channels that you can watch including MLB Network, NBA TV, ESPN and more. You can use YouTube TV as a DVR service too in case you can’t catch the game when it streams.
2. Furbo TV
If you love international sports, then Furbo TV is for you. You can watch Real Madrid CF, Liverpool FC, and Copa America. The streaming service includes channels like BeIN Sports, TUDN, Fight Network and even more. It’s an all-around sports streaming service and even has Pac-12 championship games. There are numerous packages you can choose from, the cheapest being $54.99/month.
3. Sling TV
Sling TV offers three plans that includes a sport add on. Depending on the plan you choose you can get channels that include ESPN, TNT, NFL Network, and NBC Sports. The most affordable plan is $30/month but comes with limited options. There are also upgrades you can get so really investigate this one to see what package best suits your sports needs.
4. Hulu + Live TV
With Hulu + Live TV you get 50 hours of DVR storage and a plethora of channels that include ESPN, CBS Sports Network, the Golf Channel, and NBCSN. It does not offer NFL Network, MLB network, or NBA TV though so it might not cater to everyone. It cost $54.99/month and you get 65+ channels.
5. AT&T TV Now
This streaming service is a little pricey but it includes HBO which is great for anyone who enjoys a good boxing match. Depending on your package it cost between $55-80/month and includes more than just sports. For the sports lovers you get ESPN, NBC Sports Network, Tennis Channel, and more depending on your package.
6. Prime Video
With your Amazon Prime membership, you also get the luxury of having Prime Video. With this streaming service you get a lot of prestige content that has 4k HDR streaming and offline downloads. With Prime you can watch Thursday night football, but they also offer other great options like The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, and Fleabag. If you don’t have Prime it cost $8.99/month.
7. CBS All Access
If you love watching NFL or PGA Tour Broadcast, CBS All Access is a great choice. It will let you watch any national sports broadcast on the network, plus you get access to the other goodies that CBS has to offer. The package cost $5.99/month but you can also get a free trial.
This is a more affordable option to get select live sports and archived ESPN shows. It doesn’t offer flagship ESPN programming or live NFL or NBA games, so if that is what you have your eye on then you might need a different service. Pricing is $4.99/month.
These are the best streaming services you can get ahold of to get your sports fix from the comfort of your own couch. Each service has its own unique luxuries to them that might make them better in your book to others, but we know you will enjoy whatever service you choose.