After visiting the fuboTV website, we just noticed that they’ve launched their new streaming product in beta.
While the official announcement regarding the launch is expected soon, fans of Premier League clubs and world soccer can get a head start on all of the new channels and programming that are now available to soccer fans in the United States.
The headline news is that fuboTV now offers channels from NBC Sports and FOX Sports which, combined with their previous staple of beIN SPORTS, Univision Deportes and a multitude of other channels, brings sports fans in the United States the most comprehensive selection of soccer channels and games.
By subscribing to the re-launched fuboTV product (“fubo Premier”) for the introductory price of $34.99/month (discounted from the $49.99/month list price), the legal streaming service provides practically everything you need to go ahead and cut the cord on your cable or satellite TV service, thereby saving you literally hundreds of dollars (or more in many cases) a year. With the fuboTV product and an Internet connection, you can finally cut the cord and watch all the soccer you want as well as news, entertainment and movie channels.
For Premier League fans specifically, here are the new channels that fuboTV has added to bring you the best of the EPL: NBC (in select cities), NBCSN, CNBC, USA, NBC Universo, Telemundo and (in the near future) NBC Sports App.
So for a typical weekend of Premier League soccer, you’ll be able to watch all of the Premier League games that are televised across NBCSN, CNBC and USA. And, if you’re in a city where NBC owns their local affiliate, you can watch any EPL games that are on the NBC network. If you’re not one of those cities, you can purchase an indoor HD TV antenna for $10 as a workaround.
At the same time, fuboTV now includes FS1, FS2, FOX Soccer Plus, FOX Sports Net, FOX (in select cities) and FOX Deportes. With those channels, you’ll be able to watch all of the UEFA Champions League matches on TV as well as World Cup 2018, World Cup 2022, World Cup 2026, MLS, Europa League, Bundesliga, FA Cup, and much more.
The complete list of soccer channels as well as leagues and competitions that fuboTV now streams to sports fans in the United States is pretty exhaustive, which is why we’ve listed the details below for your reference.