4 Best Ways to Watch Fox Deportes Without Cable

Fox Deportes is a Spanish-language cable TV channel that carries Major League Soccer (MLS), Liga MX, Major League Baseball and “WWE SmackDown.” 

Independently owned and reader-supported, The Cord Cutting Report offers in-depth, hands-on testing of TV-related products and services. Learn about our ethics and review process in our review policy and how we may earn affiliate commissions.

Fox Deportes is a Spanish-language cable TV channel that is available on four live TV streaming services. 

You can watch Fox Deportes without cable on: DIRECTV STREAM, Fubo, Hulu Live TV and YouTube TV.

There are two other ways to watch Fox Deportes through the Fox Sports app and website by using a pay TV subscription.

The network is a key channel for watching the Spanish-language simulcast of Major League Soccer (MLS), Liga MX, Major League Baseball and “WWE SmackDown.” 

This article explains how to watch Fox Deportes live on a Smart TV, Roku streaming devices, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV or Google Chromecast with Google TV. I’ve rigorously evaluated each streaming service offering FOX Deportes, considering all aspects from channel diversity to cost efficiency.

Streaming ServiceProsCons
FuboOffers Latino bundle with over 47 channels, 250 hours of Cloud DVR, simultaneous streaming on two devicesHigher cost post first month, limited English channels in Latino plan
Hulu Live TVOver 75 channels including local and TV channels, unlimited Cloud DVR, includes Disney+ and ESPN+No free trial, additional cost for Spanish-language channels
DIRECTV STREAMOver 100 channels with a mix of Spanish and English, unlimited screens, 3-month free trial for premium channelsHigher monthly cost, no free trial for the main service
YouTube TVTwo plan options for Spanish content, over 85 channels in base plan, unlimited Cloud DVRHigher cost for base + Spanish Plus bundle, limited local channel coverage in some areas
Fox Sports App/WebsiteAccess with existing subscriptions, convenient for mobile and web usersRequires subscription through other services, limited to FOX Deportes content

How to Watch Fox Deportes without cable

There are a number of live TV streaming services similar to cable TV packages.

These streaming platforms are used by cord-cutters to watch local broadcast channels and popular TV channels, including ESPN, ESPN Deportes, FS1 and Telemundo.

You just need an Internet connection or data plan to get started. Once you pick a streaming service, you can sign up for a free trial. Not all streaming services give free trials, but many do.  

Download the app to your Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Google Chromecast or Apple TV. Samsung Smart TVs and Smart TVs from LG and Sony work with many of these services. You can also use a Xbox or PlayStation game console instead of a streaming device. 

You can stream TV networks on an iPhone, iPad, Android tablet or web browser. Every service offers a slightly different channel lineup. 

With each of these services, you can cancel online and try a competing service whenever you want. Here’s a quick look at each of these services.


  • Free trial
  • 1,000 hours Cloud DVR
  • 10 simultaneous streams
Elite $84.99/month248
Premier$94.99/month257 & Showtime
Device support: Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast with Google TV, Xbox One, along with Smart TVs by Hisense, Samsung, LG, Sony Bravia and VIZIO SmartCast TV. Android, iPhones and iPads with current iOS.

Fubo (formerly fuboTV) offers two TV packages that carry FOX Deportes. 

The Fubo Latino bundle has more than 47 channels. The Latino plan has beIN Sports, ESPN Deportes, Galavision, UniMás and 11 TUDNxrta sports networks. 

A subscription costs $24.99 for the first month, and $32.99 per month afterwards. You can sign up for a free 7-day trial. 

Subscribers get 250 hours of Cloud DVR. You can watch TV on two screens at once.

The Fubo Pro plan has more than 182 English and Spanish channels that resembles a traditional pay TV package. Fubo also has NBC regional sports networks in some parts of the U.S. The Pro plan costs $74.99 per month.

Fans of the MLB Network will find it in the Extra bundle, which costs another $7.99 per month. 

There is an on-demand library of movies and TV shows. Best suited for sports enthusiasts, especially those interested in soccer, Fubo’s Latino bundle includes ESPN Deportes and TUDN. Compared to Hulu Live TV, Fubo offers more sports-focused channels but lacks the extensive entertainment and news options that Hulu provides.

fuboTV works on Fire TV devices, Roku, Apple TV and Android TV. You should look over the channel lineup for your area before giving fubo a try. 

You can sign up for a 7-day free trial if you’re a new customer. There are no contracts or obligations. 

Hulu + Live TV

  • Sign up & get Disney+ and ESPN+ included
  • Unlimited Cloud DVR (9 mos.)
  • Two simultaneous streams
Hulu + Live TV$76.99/month90+
Español bundle (Add-on)$4.99/month7
Device support: Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Chromecast with Google TV along with Smart TVs by Samsung, VIZIO SmartCast, Sony Bravia, PlayStation, XBox, Xfinity Flex and Xumo TV.

Hulu Live TV has a channel lineup that is pretty close to what you will find on a cable TV package. Hulu Live has over 75 local and TV channels, including A&E, CNBC, ESPN, and USA Network. 

Hulu Live has local channels such as ABC, CBS and FOX. 

Bravo, Comedy Central, NickelodeonParamount Network, and USA Network are among the entertainment channels on Hulu. CNNMSNBC and FOX News are a few of the cable news networks. 

Hulu offers one main channel bundle for $76.99 per month. If you want Spanish-language channels, you can add the Español bundle for another $4.99 per month.

The Español bundle adds seven channels, including:

  • CNN en Español
  • Discovery en Español
  • Discovery Familia
  • ESPN Deportes
  • FOX Deportes
  • History Channel en Español
  • NBC Universo

Subscribers get unlimited Cloud DVR storage. You will get unlimited access to Disney+, ESPN+ and Hulu’s streaming library. An excellent choice for a well-rounded entertainment experience, Hulu Live TV offers a blend of over 75 channels, including Nickelodeon and CNN. In contrast to YouTube TV, Hulu provides more comprehensive local channel coverage.

Hulu supports Roku, Fire TV and Fire Stick, XBox One and Xbox 360 consoles, and iOS and Android devices. You can watch TV or on-demand content on two screens at a time. 


Óptimo Más$79.99/month100+
Device support: Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Chromecast with Google TV along with Smart TVs by Samsung, Sony Bravia

DIRECTV STREAM carries Fox Deportes in its Óptimo Más channel package.

Subscribers get over 100 TV channels total. More than 55 TV channels are in Spanish, and over 40 are in English. 

You get TNTHGTV, and FS1 with local channels such as NBCCBSFOX and ABC. Spanish-language channels include CNN en Español, and Discovery Familia.

You get unlimited Cloud DVR for recordings, and 40,000 on-demand shows. You can watch TV on unlimited screens at once. A subscription costs $79.99 per month. 

New customers can choose to get a free trial of Max, Showtime, STARZ, EPIX and Cinemax. The free trial for these premium channels lasts for three months if you keep your subscription. 

The regular rate for those four channels kicks in after the three-month free trial ends.

DIRECTV STREAM offers a mix of Spanish and English channels, including CNN en Español and Discovery Familia. This service stands out in comparison to Fubo Latino, which primarily focuses on sports and Spanish content.

You can watch DIRECTV STREAM on Smart TVs, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Google Chromecast with Google TV and Apple TV.

Just be sure to cancel before the free trial ends if you don’t want to get billed. Subscriptions run month to month. There are no contracts or obligations. 

YouTube TV

  • Free trial
  • Unlimited Cloud DVR
  • Three simultaneous streams
YouTube TV$72.99/month128
Spanish Plan$34.99/month28
Spanish Plus (Add-on)$14.99/month25
Device support: Android TV, Google TV, Smart TVs by Samsung, LG, VIZIO, Hisense, Sharp and Sony; Chromecast, Google TV, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Xbox, PlayStation and Google Nest Hub; Android and iOS devices.

YouTube TV has FOX Deportes in a couple of different plans. 

The Spanish plan costs $34.99 per month, and has more than 28 live Spanish-language channels. Antena 3, TyC Sports and Nat Geo Mundo are included in the channel lineup. 

The Spanish Plus bundle has more than 25 channels and costs $14.99 per month.

The other option is to add the Spanish Plus bundle to a base subscription. A subscription to the base plan is $72.99 per month.

The base plan has more than 128 TV channels in the base plan, including ESPN and NBA TV, TBS, truTV, Big Ten Network. You’ll get local NBC, FOX and ABC in many parts of the U.S. You can watch TV on three screens at once.

Perfect for sports aficionados seeking extensive coverage, YouTube TV includes ESPN and NBA TV in its base plan. While similar to DIRECTV STREAM in sports content, YouTube TV offers a more flexible plan structure.

Subscribers get unlimited Cloud DVR. ACC Network, FS1, and ESPNews are all in the channel lineup. There are apps for Smart TVs, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV and Google TV. New customers can sign up for a free trial.

Fox Sports website and Fox Sports app

Two other ways to watch Fox Deportes programming live is through the Fox Sports app and Fox Sports website. 

You can use your subscription to YouTube TV, DIRECTV STREAM, Fubo, and Hulu Live TV to activate the Fox Sports app or website. You must subscribe to FOX Deportes through your TV streaming service to watch the channel live through the FOX Sports app or website. 

How to Watch Fox Deportes Without Cable FAQ

Here are questions readers often ask while searching for ways to stream Fox Deportes live without a TV provider.

Where can I watch Fox Deportes?

fuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, DIRECTV STREAM (Óptimo Más package), and YouTube TV all carry Fox Deportes stations and local broadcast channels.  

How do I stream Fox Deportes on my Smart TV?

You can sign up for DIRECTV STREAM (Óptimo Más package), fuboTV, Hulu Live TV, and YouTube TV.  

How do I watch Fox Deportes on Roku without cable?

You can get Fox Deportes on Roku devices and Roku TVs by signing up for a live TV streaming service. 

DIRECTV STREAM (Óptimo Más package), fuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, and YouTube TV all carry the network within their channel lineups. But plans and pricing does vary among these TV streaming services. 

Can I use the Fox Sports app without cable?

Yes. You can use your DIRECTV STREAM (Óptimo Más package), fuboTV, Hulu Live TV, and YouTube TV subscription to activate the Fox Sports app and watch FOX Deportes as a live TV channel. 

How to stream Fox Deportes live on Amazon Fire TV

Fire TV and Fire Stick owners can subscribe to DIRECTV STREAM (Óptimo Más package), fuboTV Hulu Live TV, and YouTube TV.

How to watch Fox Deportes on Apple TV without cable

You can watch Fox Deportes on Apple TV and iOS devices through DIRECTV STREAM (Óptimo Más package), fuboTV, Hulu Live TV, and YouTube’s TV streaming service.

Does Sling TV have Fox Deportes?

No. Sling TV carries mostly English-language cable TV channels, including sports, news and entertainment networks. 

How to watch Fox Deportes online

You can watch FOX Deportes online through a TV streaming service, including fuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, DIRECTV STREAM (Óptimo Más package), and YouTube TV.

All five of these TV streaming services carry the network in various channel packages.

Can you watch Fox Deportes on Peacock?

No. Peacock is part of NCBUniversal, so it only streams programming from NBC and other cable networks owned by the company.

What’s the best way to watch Fox Deportes without cable?

For those prioritizing a comprehensive channel lineup with a focus on sports, DIRECTV STREAM’s Óptimo Más package is a strong contender, despite its higher cost. It offers a robust mix of over 100 Spanish and English channels, including sports-focused ones, and the convenience of watching on unlimited screens.

Alternatively, Hulu Live TV is a suitable option for those seeking a balance between sports, news, and entertainment channels, complemented by unlimited Cloud DVR and the inclusion of Disney+ and ESPN+.

For more news on streaming, how-to guides and reviews, head over to the main page of The Cord Cutting Report or follow the CCR on Google News.

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, and serves as the editor.

Major publications, including MarketWatch, Forbes, and South Florida Sun Sentinel, have interviewed Kimble for his years of expertise. He gives advice on the complexities consumers are navigating with streaming options, and over-the-air TV. Kimble has been a staff writer or correspondent for several award-winning, daily newspapers, including The Boston Globe.