One of the fastest-growing areas of the streaming world is live sports streaming, and luckily there are more ways than ever to stream sports online. Fox Sports 1 (FS1) has stepped up as a leader in sports streaming, offering FS1 live streams of Major League Baseball, Pac-12 and Big 12 Conference football, and some of the best professional soccer from around the world. There are a wide variety of ways to watch FS1 online, from dedicated apps to numerous streaming services which stream FS1.
Want to watch FS1 without cable? Check out our list of five ways you can catch your favorite sports on FS1 streaming.
FuboTV is quickly becoming one of the go-to streaming services for sports, particularly international soccer. Aside from sports, FuboTV offers live streams of nearly 60 channels including many of the most popular cable networks.
- A dedicated FS1 live stream, plus streams of FS2, FOX, NBA TV, BeIN Sports channels, NBCSN
- Local coverage offered in many areas
- A basic subscription costs $55 a month, but you can get the first month for $45
- No monthly or yearly contract: users can unsubscribe at any time
- Compatible with a wide range of devices including iOS, Android, Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, and Chromecast
FuboTV offers a seven-day free trial for new users.
2. AT&T TV NOW
AT&T TV NOW has become one of the best values for an all-in-one streaming solution. For a monthly subscription of $65 a month, subscribers can watch watch FS1 online free, plus live streams of over 40 other channels including some of the most in-demand cable networks.
- Over 40 channels including FS1, plus many other sports networks
- Several different subscription packages available offering up to over 100 channels
- AT&T TV NOW does not require a contract
- Options to add premium cable channels a la carte
- Supported on iOS and Android mobile devices, Amazon streaming devices, Chromecast, Apple TV, some Roku models, or through web browsers
If you think AT&T TV NOW might be right for you, prospective users can sign up for a seven-day free trial period.
3. Sling TV
Sling TV has become a go-to cable-cutting option for many households thanks to the wide selection of content it offers. For a low monthly subscription, Sling TV offers several packages of dozens of channels. Plus, there are plenty of mini-packages that can be added onto a basic Sling TV subscription to offer access to premium channels from around the world.
- A $30 a month “Sling Blue” subscription offers live streams of FS1 and FS2, plus over 40 other channels
- No month-to-month contract required
- Sling TV can support simultaneous streams on multiple devices, perfect for households with multiple screens
- Compatible with iOS and Android phones and tablets, supported Roku devices, Apple TV, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Xbox, and web browsers
Sling TV is currently offering a free seven-day trial of its Sling Orange package. Details can be found here.
4. PlayStation Vue
Editor’s Note: Sadly, Vue has shut down.
PlayStation isn’t just for gaming anymore. Sony’s PlayStation Vue streaming service is now a full-fledged cable-cutting solution. With the Vue network, PlayStation owners can access an entire world of streaming video through their gaming consoles – and even take it with them on some supported mobile devices.
- PlayStation Vue subscriptions start at just under $30 per month
- Some PlayStation Vue users have access to streams of live local content, although subscriptions in these particular markets cost $39.99 a month. As of now, local content is supported in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Dallas, San Francisco, and Miami
- PlayStation Vue subscriptions can be accessed by up to five simultaneous devices, making Vue a perfect streaming solution for households
- Vue comes with a cloud-based DVR which can record content for later viewing up to 28 days after recording
- Vue is compatible on Apple TV, Roku, Fire TV, mobile devices, and more. However, some restrictions apply with mobile viewing
Want to turn your PlayStation into an all-in-one streaming hub? PlayStation Vue offers a free five-day trial.
If you already have a cable subscription and just need a stay to stream FS1 on the go, the FOXSportsGo app is just what you’re looking for. FOX Sports GO provides live streams of major sporting events, plus coverage of some local NBA and MLB teams.
- The FOXSportsGO app streams live content from FS1, FS2, FOX College Sports, regional FOX content, and other FOX sports networks
- Free for download with a cable subscription
- Compatible with many VR headsets and devices
- Supported on web browsers, Apple TV, Roku devices, Chromecast, Xbox, Fire TV, Android TV, plus iOS, Windows, and Android mobile devices
- Some regional restriction apply based on your cable provider