5. FOX Soccer 2GO – This subscription-based app offers soccer matches from the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, CONCACAF Champions League, Scottish Premier League, FA Cup, England National Team (home games), Australian Hyundai A-League, and the Israeli Premier League. With FOX Soccer 2GO you can stream over 1,200 live and on demand soccer matches on your Mac or PC. Subscription fees are either $19.99 per month, or $169.99 per year.
6. Over-the-air antenna – TV antennas can offer many local channels (ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, PBS, etc.) without having to commit to cable or satellite contracts. How many specific channels your antenna picks up usual depends on what part of the country you live in (and the strength of the antenna). NBC airs some Barclays Premier League and MLS matches on the weekends and FOX has shown UEFA Champions League finals in the past. Some localized Spanish language channels show Liga MX matches as well. (I have tried different antennas in the past and I would personally suggest the Mohu Leaf).
7. Using a smart DNS service – As discussed in my article last week, using a smart DNS service to stream live Barclays Premier League matches can be done easily, along with help from BBC’s iPlayer (or iTV). Unblockus will give you simplified instructions on how to use their smart DNS service and you can quickly start to watch British soccer programing.
Do you live outside the USA? You can get any of the above streaming services. First, sign up for a free trial to Unblockus, a smart DNS service that allows you to change your IP address to the US. Then click on the ‘Sign up now’ links above.