FuboTV is an online streaming service mostly focused on soccer that is perfect for soccer fanatics. I’ve been a subscriber of the service for a over a year and I’ve been very happy with the quality of the streams, quantity of games available every week and the various features they’ve released to improve the consumer experience.
Networks included in Fubo Pro
Leagues & tournaments available
Spain’s La Liga
Italy’s Serie A
United States’ MLS
Portugal’s Primeira Liga, Argentina’s Primera and Brazil’s Serie A [Available as part of Add-on package]
Concacaf Champions League
Spain’s Copa del Rey
England’s EFL Cup
How can I watch FuboTV?
Much like other streaming services, FuboTV has a mobile app so you can watch on your phone or tablet and is integrated with streaming hardware like Roku, Apple TV and Fire TV. In addition you can cast from a device by using chromecast.
Fubo Pro is $9.99 per month. There are add ons for certain leagues (Brazilian, Portuguese and Argentine). No contract is required meaning you can cancel at any time.
DVR function to record games – I’ve used this function a couple of times and it’s nice but I haven’t used it as much as I should.
Weekly emails – FuboTV sends it’s subscribers a weekly emails listing the upcoming games. I like the emails since they made it very easy to scan through a list of games by including logos of the teams playing.
For $9.99 a month you’ll be able to watch Ray Hudson go crazy while calling a Barcelona or Real Madrid game while at the same time being able to a top italian team. In my particular case, I’m able to watch my favorite teams (Club Leon from Mexico and SD Eibar from Spain) with FuboTV, so based on my viewing habits FuboTV is the best option. It is worth mentioning the service does have it negatives like not having the Premiership or the Bundelisga or having to pay extra to see the Portuguese, Brazilian & Argentine leagues. If you’re a fan of an English or German team, Sling might be a better fit than FuboTV.
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