How to Stream FOX Sports West Live Without Cable


EDITOR’S NOTE: On Oct. 23, 2020, Hulu with Live TV stopped carrying regional Fox Sports Networks due a contract dispute with it’s owners. Marquee Sports Network and YES Network were also removed from Hulu + Live TV as a result.

How to Stream FOX Sports West Live on Roku, Fire TV

FOX Sports West is no longer on DISH. But you don’t need a satellite TV or even cable to watch the Los Angeles Angels or Anaheim Ducks. 

In this guide, I’ll show you how to quickly cut the cord, and live stream games on an Amazon Fire TV, Roku, game console or smartphone.

All you need to start is a streaming device such as a Roku, Amazon Fire TV or Apple TV and a decent Internet connection. By the way, you don’t have to pay a lot to get Internet without cable. I’m paying about $40 per month right now and have all the Internet bandwidth that I need for streaming.  

My top pick for streaming FOX Sports West right now is Hulu with Live TV, especially if you already subscribe to Hulu’s on-demand service. 

Hulu’s Live TV package carries FOX Sports West,  ESPN, ESPN2, FS1 and FS2 among a number of other sports channels. Local NBC, ABC, CBS and FOX stations, news and entertainment stations are part of the 65+ channel lineup. 

There are 50 hours of Cloud DVR. And you can stream live TV on up to two devices at once. 

A subscription costs $54.99 per month, and includes the full on-demand library that people pay $5.99 per month for. So you’re essentially getting two streaming services for the price of one. 

Hulu subscribers can activate about 38 TV Everywhere apps on streaming devices and smartphones. 

It’s easy to check the availability of FOX Sports Midwest in your area. 

Just head over to Hulu’s Live TV page and click on the link that says “View all channels in your area”. Punch in your zip code to get your channel lineup. 

AT&T TV NOW: Watch Los Angeles Angels Live Stream

AT&T TV Now carries FOX Sports West, but it’s not your cheapest option. The Max bundle has 65 channels including HBO, Cinemax and ESPN for $80 per month. 

The Max bundle comes with HBO, Cinemax, ESPN and local ABC, CBS and NBC stations. An account comes with 20 hours of Cloud DVR. 

AT&T TV Now’s RSN search tool is the best way to get a read on what regional sports channels are in your area. Punch in your zip code to get a list of available channels. 

AT&T TV Now has a free trial that lasts a week.

Is FOX Sports West on YouTube TV?

YouTube TV no longer carries FOX Sports West, Prime Ticket and YES Network. 

Sinclair Broadcast Group negotiated a new deal that allowed YouTube TV to carry most, but not all regional FOX Sports networks.

Sinclair failed to reach agreements with Sling TV and fuboTV in recent months. As a result, FOX RSNs have been dropped completely from Sling TV and fuboTV.

What’s the best way to live stream FOX Sports West? 

Hulu with Live TV is the best deal right now for live streaming FOX Sports West. 

Subscribers get 70+ live channels, including key sports networks such as ESPN and Big Ten Network. You’ll be able to activate the FOX Sports GO app for extra live feeds. Unlimited access to Hulu’s on-demand library is included for $54.99 per month. 

Look over the local channels and regional sports networks on Hulu Live to see if it’s a good fit. You can also get a free trial of Hulu with Live TV. Just cancel online before the end of the trial if you don’t like it. 

How are you going to live stream FOX Sports West on your TV? Tell fellow readers in the comments below. And be sure to check out free tips and how-to guides on the main page of The Cord Cutting Report.

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