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By: Dave Nash December 13, Back in the day, you had to be locked into expensive cable TV plans to catch the latest sports games before anyone else.
These days Internet TV services let you stream all your favorite sports channels for a fraction of the cost. Another great option is satellite TV which is more affordable than cable and offers tons of great sports packages.
So read on so you can catch as many games as possible and learn about some really good options. FuboTV FuboTV began as a sports-only streaming service that specialized in soccer, but recently it has added more mainstream entertainment as well.
Over 30 of these channels broadcast sports, and over 20 of these are sports-only. They start with three options for your base subscription.
So, I understand why the ability to watch live sports keeps many people locked in to expensive cable contracts. If you want to know how to watch live sports without cable , this post is for you.
Sling TV has a lot of add-on plans to customize your channel lineup. You can watch games played outside your local area. If you are a fan of international sports Sling Tv is a great option.
Hulu subscription with Live TV Hulu is a decent service for those looking for more sports as well. Six are sports-only.
The Just Right plan gets you five more sports channels, while the Go Big plan gets you five more sports-only networks. If you want basic sports that are on the big four networks this is probably the best choice for you.
So as you can see, you have more choices than ever for watching sports without cable. These are just a few options that we consider to be worthy of your time.