9 Best Sports Streaming Services To Watch Live Sports Without Any Interruptions

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The feeling that you get by watching your favorite team win right in front of your eyes is amazing. But this feeling quickly turns into a nightmare once the monthly services, taxes, and regional programming fees snowball your bill. As a result, you have to bid farewell to your favorite sports to cut the expenses.

But what if you get plenty of live sports and on-demand DVR services to rewatch games without breaking the bank? It sounds like hitting the jackpot, doesn't it? Whether you love watching Sunday college football or want to knock out MMA fights, there is a streaming service for every sports fanatic.

In this article, we have listed the 9 best sports streaming websites based on fans' preferences and budgets. So, without further ado, let’s dive right into it!

For Readers In A Hurry, Here Is A Super Quick Overview Of Our List!

  1. Best Overall: FuboTV
  2. Best Value for the Money:ESPN+
  3. Budget-friendly:DirecTV
  4. Sling TV
  5. Hulu+ Live TV
  6. Youtube TV
  7. Peacock
  8. DAZN
  9. Spectrum TV

1. Fubo


With sports coverage from 50 sports channels, FuboTV gives you a never-before sports experience. This streaming service has everything a sports lover needs, from MLB and MMA to golf and college football. It comes in 4 packages-Starters, Pro, Elite, and Latino Quarterly, with the first three offering around 150+ channels and the last one offering only 30+ channels.

Moreover, the Sports Plus add-on allows you to enjoy NBA TV, Tennis Channels, NFL RedZone, Zona Fútbol, PAC-12 channels. FuboTV gives you access to  Ginx Esports Tv, TyC Sports, BeIN Sports, TUDN, and much more for all those international sports fans.

2. ESPN+


About 27% of adults aged 18-29 years prefer streaming services. If you are one of them, you might already be familiar with ESPN+. It is a new streaming site that helps you cut the cord on expenses and enjoy a wide variety of sports programs.

Moreover, ESPN+ allows you to enjoy several live sports events from MLB, NHL,  MLS, and other college sports. So, you will get to enjoy several live sports events. ESPN+ has all the shows such as SportsCenter, NFL Lives, and SportsNation that you could not watch due to the ESPN flagship.

This sports streaming service also supports iPhone, Android, tablets, iPad, Chromecast, PS4,  Roku, Xbox One, etc.

3. DirecTv


Want a sports streaming site with a variety of lifestyle and entertainment shows, along with sports? DirecTV is your best buddy. You can enjoy live and on-demand content with the DirecTV stream. You can get up to 20 simultaneous streams and RSNs from Comcast, AT$T, and Sinclair.

Moreover, the DirecTV stream offers 4 entertainment, Choice, Ultimate, and Premier packages. The basic/entertainment package offers 65+channels with ESPN+, where you can enjoy sports channels like CBC,  FOX, NBC, ABC. Check out the channel lineup to see which package fits you the best.

The downside of this streaming service is that it is also comparatively expensive. Also, the DVR storage is limited, which can be a problem if you want to record all your favorite matches.

4. Sling TV

Sling TV

Sling, just like fuboTV, offers access to a variety of sports channels. However, Sling comes with only two packages, Blue (News and Entertainment channels) and Orange (Sports and Family.) So, you can choose one package, or you can combine them to access more channels. This combination also provides access to ESPN, FS1, NFL Network.

In addition, Sling comes with many add-ons that offer various content such as news, comedy, sports, and many others. Plus, the best thing about Sling is that it allows you to add kid-friendly programming and get Spanish content. Getting all these benefits while just paying for one package is definitely a dream come true.

5. Hulu+ Live TV

Hulu+ Live TV

By subscribing to Hulu+Live TV, you’ll get 75+ channels, 2 simultaneous streams, and 6 user profiles. Hulu’s monthly package also offers sports coverage from national and local sports networks like CBC, FOX, NBC, ABC, and NFL.

Moreover, Hulu allows you to add ESPN+ to the package for a very low cost. Other than that, you’ll have access to its on-demand library. Hulu+ Live TV offers a recording space of around 50 hours, which, compared to FuboTV, is not enough.

6. Youtube TV

Youtube TV is an excellent streaming service for family shows, sports channels, and DVR capacity with the perfect dollar-channel ratio. It is one of the only streaming services that offer live streaming from three major sports channels at affordable rates. You can access MLB, NFL, NBA TV, ABC, NBC, FOX, CBS, and PBS.

Moreover, YouTube TV comes with a free trial, which is great if you are confused about it. You can stream it on 3 different devices and create 6 profiles. Doesn’t that sound dreamy?

7. Peacock


Keeping up with your favorite sports team is never easy on the pocket. However, Peacock has got your back if you are low on budget. Peacock comes with a free plan, but if you want to enjoy every sports event available, we suggest you get their Premium plan.

Peacock Premium also broadcasts Winter Olympics or Super Bowl LVI, so you don’t miss out on any of it. Peacock live sports events include PGA Tour, AMA Supercross, NFL, and Premier League. Also, Peacock was one of the top streaming apps to watch the Super Bowl in 2022.


To all those MMA fans, DAZN is not an unfamiliar name. Now, the good news is that this fight-tailored streaming service is no longer only for MMA fans. It offers 8k+ events each year, including NBA, MLB, NFL, MMA, F1, NH1, and Premier League soccer.

DAZN (Da Zone) supports various devices such as Apple TV, Android,  iOS, Chromecast,  Xbox One, and Roku. However, since the site is new to non-fighting sports, there is limited sports coverage on DAZN. Also, the display resolution of live streams is restricted to 720p only.

9. Spectrum TV

Spectrum TV

Spectrum TV has the most affordable sports packages, such as the standard package offering 13 channels under $10. These standard channels include NFL RedZone, ESPN, NBA. Something that we love about Spectrum TV is the lineup of out-of-market games and regional sports.

Moreover, you can access plenty of sports channels such as MLB and Tennis Channel. Besides Android and iOS, you can also install the Spectrum TV app Android’s Fire TV Stick.


From ESPN+ to DAZN, these were the 9 best sports streaming services of all time. Luckily few of them have free trials, which is a great way to know whether you want to get a monthly subscription or not.

And don’t forget, you’ll need a smart TV or a streaming device to access these channels.

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