There are a number of ways to watch beIN Sports without cable during live soccer games.
Fanatiz is the cheapest way to watch beIN Sports at $9.99 per month. You can try Fanatiz for free for a week and check out any soccer match that’s on.
But it’s not your only option to watch La Liga, Barcelona or Real Madrid.
Table of Contents
- How to Watch beIN Sports on Roku, Fire TV or Smart TV
- beIN Sports live on Fanatiz
- Watch beIN Sports on Vidgo
- beIN Sports, beIN Sports Connect on fuboTV
- beIN Sports Online with Sling TV
- Stream beIN Sports on YouTube TV
- Is beIN Sports on Comcast?
- What’s the best way to watch beIN Sports without cable?
How to Watch beIN Sports on Roku, Fire TV or Smart TV
Cutting the cord from cable TV has reached an all-time high in the United States, paving the way for new live TV options. All you need to get going is a Smart TV or streaming device, and a decent Internet connection.
A Roku will do the job. An Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV and Chromecast with Google TV will also work with the choices outlined below.
Pick a free trial with one of these services, and you can quickly start watching La Liga, Ligue 1, Serie A and the English Football League.
beIN Sports live on Fanatiz
The streaming service Fanatiz is your cheapest option at $9.99 per month in the United States.
Fanatiz has a small channel bundle that includes, beIN Sports, beIN Sports en Espanol, beIN Sports La Liga, beIN Sports Connect, TyC Sports, Fanatiz Club de Soccer, RCN, GOLTV, GOLTV Espanol, Nuestra Tele Internacional, XTREM Football and CDO (Canal del Deporte Olímpico). You can watch live soccer games, highlights and past games.
You can try Fanatiz free for a week, and see what you think about the service.
The fanatiz app is supported on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Fire Sticks, Apple TV and Chromecast. Fanatiz also has app support for iOS and Android. Or you can just watch through the fanatiz site.
There are no contracts or obligations to keep the service. And it’s easy to cancel Fanatiz online with just a couple of clicks.
Read more: Fanatiz: Plans, Pricing & Free Trials
Watch beIN Sports on Vidgo
Vidgo carries beIN Sports among a couple different channel bundles.
The English Plus package has 110+ channels. A&E, History, FS1, ESPN and ESPN2 for $59.95 per month.
The Spanish Mas package has 50+ channels, including ESPN Deportes, Azteca and Cinelatino for $29.95 per month.
Subscribers can stream live TV on up to three devices at once. Vidgo has apps on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV and Android TV devices such as Google Chromecast with Google TV.
You can look over the different channel lineups before deciding whether to sign up.
beIN Sports, beIN Sports Connect on fuboTV
fuboTV carries beIN Sports and beIN Sports en Espanol as part of its 152 channel lineup.
Aside from live TV, there is a huge roster of movies, kids shows, entertainment networks and news.
Fubo carries local NBC, CBS and FOX stations in most of the country. (You will definitely want those locals for Premier League Soccer, and Futbol Bundesliga.)
The standard fuboTV plan comes with 1,000 hours of Cloud DVR. A subscription costs $74.99 per month.
Look over the channel lineup before deciding whether you want to sign up. fuboTV also lets you activate the beIN Sports Connect.
You can live stream beIN sports and all of your other channels on just about every major streaming device. Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, NVIDIA Shield, Mi Box and Chromecast support the fuboTV app.
fuboTV offers a free 7-day trial for new customers.
beIN Sports Online with Sling TV
Sling TV carries beIN Sports, but it’s part of the Sports Extra bundle.
You’ll need to choose a base plan — Sling Orange or Sling Blue — before adding Sports Extra channels to the mix. A subscription with Sports Extra costs $51 per month.
The Orange bundle has roughly 30+ channels including ESPN, A&E, AMC, CNN and Comedy Central for $40 per month.
If you pick Sling Blue, you’ll get 45+ channels such as Bravo, TNT and AMC for $40 per month.The World bundle adds 7 more channels, including beIN Sports, Willow and Outside TV.
Sling TV works on pretty much every streaming device, including Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Apple TV, NVIDIA Shield and some Smart TVs. If you want to record a soccer match or a favorite TV show, you’ll need to add 50 hours of Cloud DVR.
Stream beIN Sports on YouTube TV
YouTube TV carries beIN Sports as part of its Sports Plus channel bundle.
A subscription to YouTube TV costs $64.99 per month and has local channels and sports networks such as ESPN. The Sports Plus plan adds beIN Sports and beIN SPORTS XTRA, FOX Soccer Plus, GOL TV and 11 more channels for $10.99 per month.
Subscribers get unlimited Cloud DVR, and can have up to six profiles in a family.
You’ll get local NBC, FOX and ABC in many parts of the U.S. A subscription is $64.99 per month. You can watch live TV on three screens at once.
TBS, TNT, FS1, FS2, MLB Network are all in the channel lineup. So is FX, National Geographic, and AMC.
YouTube TV has apps for Smart TVs, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV and Google TV.
New customers can sign up for a free 7 day trial.
Is beIN Sports on Comcast?
No. Comcast stopped carrying beIN Sports in August 2018 after the cable company got into a contract dispute.
There has been no indication that the two sides will mend fences.
What’s the best way to watch beIN Sports without cable?
So just to recap: Fanatiz is the cheapest way to live stream beIN Sports and beIN Sports en Espanol. You can watch live soccer matches and other sports using a Roku, Fire TV and Chromecast.
You can watch Fanatiz free for a week, and check out La Liga, Ligue 1, rugby, motorcycle racing, tennis, volleyball, auto racing and handball. Fanatiz costs $9.99 per month if you keep your subscription.
NOTE: This article was published on December 13, 2019, and has been updated to reflect new pricing.
Jim Kimble is a seasoned industry expert with over two decades of journalism experience. He has been at the forefront of the cord-cutting movement since 2016, testing and writing about TV-related products and services. He founded The Cord Cutting Report in 2016.
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