FS1 Live Stream: How to Watch FS1 Live Without Cable

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How to Watch FS1 Online Without Cable

Watching FS1 without cable has become much easier for cord cutters compared to years past.

There are six live TV streaming services that carry FS1 in their channel lineup. So it really boils down to where and how you want to watch FS1 live.

On a smartphone? A TV? A tablet? While traveling? All of the above?

Let’s stick with all of the above.

My top two picks for doing this right now is Hulu with Live TV, and fuboTV. Both have great sports coverage that includes FS1 and FS2 in their basic channel lineup. Hulu offers a free trial that lasts a week.

So does fuboTV, which is airing the 2018 NLCS in 4K HDR.

This guide will outline the pros and cons of each of the six live TV streaming services so you can decide how exactly you want to watch a FS1 live stream without cable or satellite TV. It doesn’t matter if you’re looking to stream live sports on an Apple TV, Fire TV, Roku, Xbox One or Android TV device, you’ll have a good idea which service is best for you at the end of this guide.

You’ll never have to pay for cable again to watch MLB games, NASCAR, golf, UFC matches or soccer matches, including the FIFA World Cup and Confederations Cup.

Can I watch FS1 Live on FOX Sports Go?

Yes. Even if you’re a cord cutter, there’s an excellent chance that you can watch a FS1 live stream on the Fox Sports app, FOX Sports Go and the FOX Now app.

If you join a live TV streaming service like Hulu with Live TV, Sling TV or YouTubeTV, you can use your subscription to sign into the above mentioned apps and tap into live streams. So it’s an extra option to watch FS1 that’s especially useful when you’re traveling. I like keeping a Roku Streaming Stick with me when I’m on the road, so I can watch FS1 and other live TV channels by using my live TV subscription – even when I’m on the opposite end of the country.

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You can use FOX apps for an FS1 live stream when you sign up for a live TV streaming service.

With FOX Now I can get a live stream of FS1, FS2, Big Ten Network, a local FOX station, FOX Deportes and some key networks like FX, FXM, National Geographic and Nat Geo Wild. The app is like its own skinny bundle of live channels.

Hulu with Live TV: Watch FS1 Live Stream

Hulu with Live TV is my top pick for watching an FS1 live stream because you’re getting some nice extras for the same price as comparable skinny bundles. Hulu with Live TV carries 60+ live TV channels piped to you over the Internet, so you can watch FS1 online, or on your TV using a streaming device. Same goes for watching on an iPhone when you’re not at home.

You can watch FS1, FS2, FOX, ESPN, A&E, History, TBS, TNT and USA no matter where you are. A subscription lets you sign into 35 apps like the FOX apps described above. Many of these apps carry unique live streams that aren’t available in your Hulu Live TV lineup. So you’re getting some extra channels there.

Hulu with Live TV comes with 50 hours of Cloud DVR so you can record sports, news, movies or whatever else you want.

With Hulu, you’re not getting just live channels. You’ll also have full access to Hulu’s on-demand library that people usually pay $7.99 and up for. So there’s lots of popular TV shows, movies and Hulu Originals like “The Wrong Mans”, “11.22.63” and “Chance”.

Hulu with Live TV  works with most streaming devices, including Amazon Fire TV, Fire Stick, Roku, Apple TV, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and Chromecast. There’s apps for iPhone and Android devices too. 

So you’re getting two streaming services for $40 per month. You can try out Hulu with Live TV free for a week. If you don’t like it, you can easily cancel online. Unlike cable, there are no contracts, hidden fees or any obligations.

fuboTV: Watch FS1 Online Without Cable

fuboTV is a strong contender for streaming FS1 as well, especially if you want a local FOX station in your channel lineup too.

That’s because fuboTV has been adding local channels at a rapid pace. At last count, the live TV streaming platform topped 300 nationwide.

You get local NBC and CBS stations alongside A&E, beIN Sports, History, PAC-12 Networks and USA Network. fuboTV has coverage for 80 percent of the regional sports networks, including privately owned ones like NESN.

The Fubo base package has a live stream FS1 and FS2 and gets you 70+ channels total. That includes entertainment channels as well. AMC, HGTV, and National Geographic can all be found in the base channel package.

There’s 30 hours of Cloud DVR included, and lots of on-demand movies and TV shows. Having a fuboTV accounts lets you sign in to 39 apps like A&E and FOX Sports Go.

fuboTV has 4K Streaming on FS1 and FOX

During the World Cup in July, fuboTV became the first streaming service to launch 4K HDR. They followed up in August with a MLB matchup between the Yankees and the Red Sox.

fuboTV also aired the National League Championship Series in 4K on FS1 and FOX. So far, 4K streaming on fuboTV is for select events. 

I subscribed to fuboTV for quite a while, and I’ve really liked its mobile app for Android. You can read my review of fuboTV.

Fubo works on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Android TV devices like NVIDIA Shield and Mi Box. You can also watch on a PC or smartphone.

The base Fubo channels package costs $44.99 per month, but new subscribers can get their first month for $10 off when you sign up on the web. fuboTV has a free 7-day trial with no obligations.

Sling TV: FS1 Live Stream on a budget

Sling TV is still the cheapest way to watch FS1 live and FOX with the Sling Blue channel bundle. For $25 per month, you’ll get 47 channels. Here’s something really important to know. Sling TV isn’t a good option if you want to watch Big Ten football games on FS1 because they will be blacked out due to streaming rights. 

Local FOX stations won’t be in every market, but you can find coverage in many parts of the U.S. Want Cloud DVR? You can get 50 hours for another $5 per month.

There are add-on bundles for genre-specific channels, sports and movies that vary between $5 and $10 per month. Sling TV works on just about every major streaming device, and you can get a free Roku Express by prepaying for two months of a subscription. There’s also discounts for an AirTV Player, a 4K Android streaming box.

Sling Blue carries FOX regional sports networks, A&E, AMC, CNN, HGTV and others.

What else? You can look over the Sling Blue channel lineup, or sign up for a free 7-day trial.

DirecTV Now: Watch FS1 Online Without Cable

DirecTV Now is a popular way to live stream FS1 and other channels instead of going with a cable subscription. The base-level “Live a Little” bundle costs $35 per month for 60+ channels. Local FOX stations are available in select markets.

ESPN, AXS TV, Cartoon Network and MSNBC are in the “Live a Little” channel lineup. DirecTV Now just released its Cloud DVR feature. If you want FS2 as well, you’ll need to bump up to the “Go Big” bundle, which costs $60 per month.

Try out DirecTV Now free for a week.

PlayStation Vue: Get FS1 live stream online

PlayStation Vue has an FS1 live stream, FS2 and local FOX stations in numerous markets across the U.S.

The Access channel bundle costs $40 per month and includes unlimited Cloud DVR. Your recordings will be held for 28 days before being automatically deleted.

PlayStation Vue offers a free 5-day trial, and works on most major streaming devices like Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV and Android TV.

YouTube TV: Stream FS1 Live Without Cable

YouTube TV has a slick interface and strong channel lineup for $40 per month. Subscribers can watch 50+ live TV channels including FS1, FS2, ESPN, AMC, CNN and TNT. Whether you home or away from home with your smartphone, you can watch YouTube TV just about anywhere.

YouTube TV comes with unlimited Cloud DVR, and works with Roku, Apple TV, PCs, iOS devices and Android smartphones. YouTube TV has a free 7-day trial.

What’s the best way to watch FS1 without cable?

All of these services provide a pretty solid value, but I prefer Hulu with Live TV because you’re getting a lot of channels, an extra on-demand streaming service, app authentication and Cloud DVR for $40 per month.

You can try out Hulu with Live TV free for a week to see if you like it as a way to live stream FS1.

fuboTV has a strong lineup of regional sports channels so it’s worth exploring the channel lineup, especially if you own a 4K TV and streamng device. It’s the only streaming service that has a NLCS live stream in 4K. fuboTV offers a free 7-day trial.

Sling TV is definitely your best option if you want to spend as little as possible. You won’t get as many perks as fuboTV or Hulu. And Big Ten football games are going to be blacked out. But it’s a great budget option otherwise. Sling TV has a free 7-day trial.

What’s your favorite way to watch an FS1 live stream? Let fellow readers know in the comments below.



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