We chat with different types of Roku customers every day – some cord cutters who strictly stream, others who have cable, and many cord shavers who fall somewhere in between. To share his perspective and expertise on cord cutting, we’ve invited Chris Brantner for a guest blog post series.
One of the best parts of being a soccer fan is there always seems to be a great game to watch. The beauty of soccer being a global sports means there are competitive leagues all around the world.
Since soccer matches happen all over the world, it’s tough to watch a bunch of matches with just a basic cable package. Thankfully, the trend of streaming TV has blown up and with that so has the options to stream soccer from around the globe.
Roku TVs and Roku streaming players have become a one stop shop for all your soccer streaming needs, whether you decided to cut cable or have a cable subscription. Here are some of the best Roku channels to stream soccer matches live!
FuboTV – This is one of the top streaming services for soccer fans and does not require a cable subscription. You can watch matches from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, MLS, Primeira Liga, Ligue 1, Liga MX, Russian Premier, Brazilian League, and Uruguayan League. Plus, there are plenty of live matches you can stream during some of the biggest tournaments in the sport.
FuboTV also has tons of other TV channels to watch, for just $34.99 per month. It’s still early days on this version of the service, which was launched in beta early in 2017. There’s definitely a heavy focus on watching sports and there’s even some club TV channels available to stream. You can test out the service for a day with the 24-hour free trial.