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7 Ways You Can Watch Worldwide Sports Easily

Sun 08 August 2021 | 4:43

The Olympics, Euro 2021, Canadian football, snooker, cricket, British horse racing. NBA Championships—the world is full of sports tournaments. In fact, there’s always a sports event happening somewhere in the world at any given time.

Luckily, you can watch most sports events in the world at the comfort of your home. No. you don’t need cable TV to watch sports in 2021. Instead, you need to invest in high-speed Internet, a VPN and an account at a sports streaming website.

You need high-speed Internet for obvious reasons—a buffering free streaming experience. On the flip side, a

Virtual Private Network

can help you access Geo-restricted sports content. It can also help you access geo-restricted streaming services like ESPN+, Sky Sports, Hulu and YouTube TV.

That said, below is a list of the best streaming networks for watching International sports stress-free.

#1: FuboTV

Founded in 2015, FuboTV is a relatively new streaming network based in the US. It was created with a focus on sports broadcasting. However, it also provides TV shows, movies and non-sports content.

Like many sports-streaming networks, FuboTV uses a monthly subscription system. The best plan, which provides access to all major sports events, cost $59.99. This lets you watch sports events traditionally broadcast on Fox Sports, NBC, ESPN, ABC, NBA TV, FS1 and CBS Sports.

The beauty of FuboTV is that it broadcasts both American and International sports. Many of its competitors, by comparison, focus on American sports only. With that in mind, a standard subscription on FuboTV gives you access to 100+ channels.

If you want to enjoy non-sports content, you can subscribe to the Family Plan at $64.99 or the Elite Plan at $79.99. The Elite plan includes international networks like BBC World News, SCI and FXM.

Hulu+ Live TV

Hulu Plus is one of the fastest growing streaming services in the US. It focuses on movies and TV shows. But it also features an extensive catalog of sports providers. That means it’s an excellent choice for people who love entertainment content in general.

The standard Hulu+ Live TV plan costs $64.99 per month. It gets you 50 hours of DVR storage, 65 channels and over 8000 movies.  For sports fans, Hulu Plus gives you access to the Big Ten Network, CBS, ESPN, FOX, FS1, FS2, Golf Channel and NBC.

Thanks to this catalog, you can watch all major sports events in the NFL, NBA, NHL, MLS and MLB. Hulu Plus also gives you the option to pay $61.99 for access to Disney+, ESPN+ and Hulu+ Live TV. This comes the added benefit of streaming all major international sports events.

Sling TV

Sling TV is one of the cheapest sports streaming networks in the US. Naturally, this means it compromises on the number of TV shows and sports networks it provides in exchange for budget-friendly plans. But don’t sleep on it, though.

Sling TV has two plans: Orange and Blue. The Orange Plan has 33 channels that include news networks like CNN, BBC and AMC. When it comes to sports, the Orange Plan focuses on ESPN while the Blue Plan gives you NBC Sports, the NFL Network and FOX.

While Sling TV has a decent catalog of sports channels, it’s not the right choice for people looking to stream International sports. The company is miles behind its competitors when it comes to sports broadcasting. And considering its two plans offer different sports channels, you would have to buy both plans for access to all the sports networks on the platform.

Sky Sports Online

Sky Sports Online is the go-to website for watching British sports events online. It offers plans that

focus on the English Premier League

, 900-non-Premier League matches, cricket, boxing and MMA events, rugby and darts.

Interestingly, Sky Sports and provides free matches. All you need is to create a free account on its website. Then you can watch Sky Sports Mix and Sky Sports News. With that in mind, some sports events are accessed through one-time subscription fees.

BT Sport Online

BT Sport is Sky’s biggest rival in the UK. It’s a popular choice among people that like to watch sports events based in the UK and internationally. Precisely, this company holds a monopoly when it comes to UEFA Champions League Matches.

UEFA aside, BT Sport also broadcasts Bundesliga, the Scottish Premier League, Italian Serie A, Motorsports and cricket. Subscriptions for BT Sport starts at £10 if you’re already subscribed to BT TV. If not, you pay from £16 if you have BT Broadband and £29.99 sans broadband.

YouTube TV

Let’s cut the chase. You can watch numerous international sports events on YouTube free of charge. So, before you purchase a paid plan, check whether a sport even you want to watch is available on YouTube for free.

If it’s unavailable, then consider subscribing to YouTube TV. It costs $65 per month and gives you access to 85 networks. Many of these channels broadcast regular TV content. But there’s a decent range of networks dedicated to sports, from NC to NBA TV. It also features ESPN, CBS Sports, MLB Network and FOX.

If you love to stream movies and TV shows, then you’ll love YouTube TV. It features nearly all major entertainment networks, from CW and AMC to MTV and BET.

Amazon Prime Video

Amazon Prime

is arguably the best sports coverage network for people looking for a little bit of everything. Let’s start with shopping benefits. You get fast, free shipping. Then you get access to the best discounts on Amazon.com.

On top of that, Amazon Prime provides access to 2100+ TV shows and 24000 movies. All this comes at the cost of $8.99 per month or $119 per year. When it comes to sports, Amazon Prime is famous for featuring Thursday Night football, sports documentary series, English Premier League football and sports breakdowns.

Like many streaming services, you can pay for add-ons to watch shows and movies broadcasted by Hulu, CBC All Access, Showtime, Starz and Comedy Central Now.


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