Q: What is go90?
A: go90 is a streaming app from Verizon Wireless that features live and on-demand programming from sports, action, comedy, drama, reality TV, fashion and more. That includes soccer matches — lots and lots of them!
Q: Is it legal?
A: 100% yes. Unlike illegal streaming sites that put your computer at risk with malware and pop-up ads, go90 is a completely free and legal streaming service that brings you a wide array of live and on-demand programming to choose from. For soccer fans, that includes many games from beIN SPORTS and Univision Deportes.
Q: Who can watch soccer games and other content on go90?
A: Anyone in the United States with a smartphone or tablet can access go90. If you are a Verizon Wireless customer, you can stream all video content with the go90 app without it impacting your data usage.
Q: Other than World Cup qualifiers, what other soccer games, leagues and competitions can I watch with go90?
A: go90 features games from World Cup qualifiers (including Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Uruguay, etc), La Liga (Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, etc), Serie A (Juventus, etc), Championship (Newcastle, Aston Villa, etc), Ligue Un (Paris Saint-Germain, etc), NASL and League Cup, as well as all of your favorite shows from beIN SPORTS (The Express, The Keys and Gray Show, The Xtra, etc).
Just as one example, go90 will be streaming the Atletico Madrid vs. Real Madrid derby on Saturday, November 19 from 2:45pm to 4:45pm ET.
Q: What are the benefits of go90 to soccer fans?
A: While beIN SPORTS is more available than in the past, there are still many soccer fans that don’t subscribe to beIN SPORTS. But with go90, you can watch 1,000 matches per year in La Liga, Serie A, Ligue 1, CONMEBOL and CONCACAF World Cup qualifiers, Liga MX and NASL via beIN SPORTS and Univision Deportes (Verizon Wireless only). That includes huge World Cup qualifiers such as Costa Rica vs. USA, Argentina vs. Colombia, Chile vs. Uruguay and Panama vs. Mexico (as well as many more).
Q: Where can I get go90?
Q: Can I cast go90 to my TV?
A: Absolutely. If you have Google Chromecast or Apple TV plugged into your HDMI port on your TV, you can cast the games directly from your go90 app on your smartphone or tablet to your TV.
Q: What’s the catch? Why is it free?
A: There’s no catch. go90 is 100% ad-supported (the advertising isn’t overdone or obnoxious like on some other apps), meaning there are no fees or subscriptions needed. If you use go90 on your Wi-Fi, you won’t use up your data plan by watching your favorite soccer teams/leagues. For Verizon Wireless customers, it’s even better. The streaming content won’t count against your Verizon Wireless data plan. But again, even if you’re not a Verizon Wireless customer, you can still use go90 to watch your favorites teams or leagues.
One of the ways that Verizon Wireless is able to bring you soccer games via go90 for free is by including advertising on the app. But once you’ve used the app, you’ll see that the advertising isn’t overdone or obnoxious like on some other apps.
Q: Do I need to register to set up an account?
A: No, just fire up the app and go!
Q: Where can I get more info about soccer on go90?
A: Visit https://shows.go90.com/soccer/.
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