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Soccer Mega Pack includes a ton of games for $25 per month

For soccer fans, competition among streaming providers has pushed down prices, helping consumers save a lot of money. As a result, watching soccer has never been cheaper than it is now,

To simplify which are the best soccer streaming options for you, World Soccer Talk has created a Soccer Mega Pack that includes trusted and reliable legal streaming options that will give you the majority of games you want to watch.

Our Soccer Mega Pack is priced at $24.96 per month. With it, you get access to live games from:

• Premier League
• LaLiga
• Bundesliga
• Serie A
• UEFA Champions League
• UEFA Europa League
• EFL Championship
• FA Cup
• And more.

With the Soccer Mega Pack, you’ll get:

In total, you’ll get more than 10 top leagues/competitions as well as more than 40 more from around the world — all for less than Sling Blue, fuboTV, YouTube TV and other streaming packages.

To start your Soccer Mega Pack, click the four buttons above. The first 7-days of Fanatiz are free. Plus you get 7 days of Paramount+ for free. And you can immediately start streaming ESPN+ and Peacock with all of the content they offer.

Here’s the math for the $24.96/month Soccer Mega Pack: $6.99/month for ESPN+, $4.99/month for Paramount+, $7.99/month for Fanatiz and $4.99/month for Peacock Premium.


Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What’s the purpose of creating the Mega Pack?

A: We often get questions from our readers and followers about what’s the most cost-effective service. The ones that are the most comprehensive (fuboTV, YouTubeTV and Hulu + Live TV) are more than $55 per month. Our Soccer Mega Pack is less than half that cost.

Q: What does the Soccer Mega Pack solve?

A: It simplifies all of the choices available and narrows them down to the four most cost effective options for the most popular leagues and competitions available.

For example, per the tweet below, the Soccer Mega Pack solves his question with all of the leagues included except for Liga MX (where many games are available via the free-to-air Univision, which can be watched for free with an indoor HD antenna). No CNN, but most soccer fans won’t miss that.

Long gone are the days when FOX Soccer Match Pass was the only paid streaming service in town and could charge $20 per month for a small selection of games each week.

Q: As a user on Reddit asked, “So I can get the entire EPL, Champions League, Europa, Bundesliga, Serie A, Eredivisie, NWSL, and a lot of MLS for $11 a month? I don’t remember this golden time where you could get anything like that not behind a paywall.” Is that correct?

A: The $10.98 per month rate is for Paramount+ and ESPN+. But those two won’t include the Premier League. Peacock Premium, at $5 per month, will include 46% of Premier League matches exclusively each season. For the games it doesn’t include, you can watch the ones on NBC for free with an indoor HD antenna.

Q: How do I get the Soccer Mega Pack?

A: Click on the links below to the streaming services and sign up for the four services (two of them include free trials).

Q: What about entertainment options?

A: You can get all four streaming services plus Disney+ and Hulu for a total of $31.95 per month. Just select the Disney+ Bundle to make sure you get Disney+, ESPN+ and Hulu instead of just ESPN+.

Q: What leagues and competitions does the Soccer Mega Pack include, in full?

A: It’s a long list and it changes as rights are added and subtracted. But as of press time, it includes all of the following: Premier League, UEFA Champions League, LaLiga, MLS, Europa League, Bundesliga, Serie A, FA Cup, UEFA Nations League, EFL Championship, League One, League Two, League Cup, Leagues Cup, US Open Cup, USL, International Champions Cup, Coppa Italia, Supercoppa Italiana, Eredivisie, Danish Superliga, Chinese Super League, Indian Super League, Australian A-League, Sweden’s Allsvenskan, FA Community Shield, Copa Libertadores, Argentina Primera Division, Ligue 1, Copa Sudamericana, Copa Argentina, Copa de la Superliga, Portuguese Primeira Liga, Ecuadorian League, Copa de Ecuador, Bolivian League, Turkish Super Lig, Liga Águila, Copa Águila, CAF Champions League, CAF Confederations Cup, Ascenso MX, KNVB Dutch Cup, Coupe de la Ligue, Coupe de France, Trophee des Champions, Uruguayan league, Colombian Categoría Primera A, Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers, international friendlies, UEFA Super Cup and UEFA Europa Conference League.

Q: What does Paramount+ include?

A: Paramount+ includes every single UEFA Champions League and Europa League game, no matter whether it’s on television or not. It also includes more than 10,000 episodes of CBS content, original programming and live streams of TV channels and more. Plus Paramount+ has recently added NWSL, Serie A, CONCACAF (including World Cup qualifiers), Brasileirāo, Argentine Primera División, Copa de la Liga Profesional, Coppa Italia, Supercoppa Italiana, Supercopa Argentina, The Women’s Cup, and more.

Q: Is there any way to get Paramount+, ESPN+, Peacock and Fanatiz for less money?

A: You can get a deep discount when you sign up for an annual plan. See cost-savings listed below:

Streaming serviceMonthly priceAnnual priceAnnual savings
Peacock Premium$4.99$49.99$9.89

Q: Any more questions?

A: Let us know in the comments section below and we’ll do our best to answer all of them.


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  • Price: $4.99/mo
  • Features Champions League, Serie A, Europa League & NWSL
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  • Starting price: $4.99/mo. for Peacock Premium
  • Watch 175 exclusive EPL games per season
  • Includes Premier League TV channel plus movies, TV shows & more


  1. Mike

    September 11, 2020 at 3:47 pm

    Good afternoon Chris.

    Will this package allow me to watch all of the Arsenal games?

    Thank you very much.

    • Christopher Harris

      September 11, 2020 at 4:38 pm

      Hi Mike, not all of the games but a big percentage of them. For example, out of the first 3 Arsenal games this season, only one of them is on television (NBCSN, opening game against Fulham). The next two after that are on Peacock.

      You’ll still need a way to watch NBCSN – either through your cable or satellite company or via another streaming service such as fuboTV, YouTube TV, Sling Blue, Hulu + Live TV etc.

  2. BOB

    September 10, 2020 at 9:02 pm

    Can someone with more experience please tell me how espn+ user interface compares with other sites? I’ve been a customer for less than an hour and am already annoyed.
    First, I can’t watch multiple programs at the same time as a split screen.
    Second, searching for upcoming broadcasts of my favorite teams is needlessly time consuming.
    There’s a drop down menu to narrow the list by sport… why not add a “favorites” to that drop down. Then I could see upcoming games of ONLY my favorite teams across multiple sports with one click. Or they could show the broadcast schedule of the team if I click on the icon in my favorites list. As it is, clicking the icon takes you to a spoiler filled espn news page.
    Again, I’m new to this so I’m trying to gauge how they compare to other platforms in this area

    • Rich

      September 11, 2020 at 8:44 am

      There’s a search magnifying glass that allows you to enter a team name or any other keyword.

      • BOB

        September 11, 2020 at 11:32 pm

        Yeah, I found that thanks. It works, but the UI could eliminate those unnecessary steps.

  3. jenkins

    September 6, 2020 at 6:24 pm

    Hi again! I haven’t had any luck accessing France’s D1 Feminine. In France, I think one can access matches via Canal+ or Canal+Sport or Canal+Foot+ but I can’t figure out how to access from US. I know PSG and OL are the most popular, but I’d like to see other clubs’ games as well. Any ideas? Must I try a VPN?

  4. Bob

    September 4, 2020 at 2:26 pm

    Thanks for putting together this package, however,
    i tried fantatiz and the quality is soo poor on bein sports. unwatchable on firetv, unfortunately.
    instead of that i got the $60 sling world sports yearly deal which gives you bein sports for la liga and more. This may be a better option for the package.

    • Ritchie

      September 4, 2020 at 3:43 pm

      $5 a month is a tempting price, even if it is JUST for Bein. Do you get a DVR with that?

      I wish I could have Bein + RedZone for $5. I’d sign up for that yesterday.

      • Bob

        September 4, 2020 at 3:53 pm

        yep you get dvr just (not the extended one), plus willow and some Brazilian league games and a smattering of random channels.

  5. Edward

    September 2, 2020 at 9:38 pm

    Want to watch crystal palace. Ajax, roma and serie A, sevilla and south american soccer like libertadores and copa sudamericana. Any ideas are welcome

    • Christopher Harris

      September 3, 2020 at 10:28 am

      Hi Edward, most of the Crystal Palace games will be on Peacock Premium. So if you get Peacock Premium, Fanatiz and ESPN+, you’ll have what you need to watch your favorite teams including Copa Lib and Copa Sudamericana. That would be $19 per month.

  6. jenkins

    September 2, 2020 at 2:09 pm

    merci beaucoup! I will definitely check it out!
    and thanks for all your great insight/recommendations ..

  7. jenkins

    September 1, 2020 at 9:24 pm

    Any idea how to watch women’s games starting sept 5, 2020 in Ligue 1 Feminine?

    • Christopher Harris

      September 2, 2020 at 7:44 am

      I haven’t heard anything yet. If it’s PSG, the games may end up on beIN SPORTS Connect. Otherwise, I would recommend checking with the official club websites to see if they will stream the games on the website or on YouTube (or sometimes their official Facebook account)

  8. Christopher Harris

    August 29, 2020 at 9:23 pm

  9. Sam

    August 25, 2020 at 7:24 pm

    Personally I would not pay a dime for a service (given other choices) that doesn’t stream in 60fps. 25 or 30fps are simply not good enough for any fast-paced sporting event. Got the sub with CBS All Access (Commercial Free) for $100. All UCL and UEL games streamed in 30fps. Obviously in case of Europe, I have no other options, so either I have to stream illegally or wait for the game to finishes and then download, “Again Illegally”. Last I checked, neither Fanatiz, nor Sling offered 60fps. ESPN+ and Fubo both stream in 60fps. So, in order to get quality stream, Fubo for both Prem and La Liga is a must. To get all the available games without any ads intteruption, Pay $100/Y for CBS, $50/Y for ESPN+, $50/Y for Peacock, and $55/M for Fubo. If my calculation is right, total monthly fees is roughly $72 not including taxes. On a side note, I still don’t understand why NBCSN should have big ass ads and scoreboard! Or the fact that they randomly show MOTD literally 2 hours before the Sunday kick-off! Or showing the score ticker for 70 minutes! Their programming is getting worse and worse.

  10. DiRT

    August 9, 2020 at 11:23 pm

    ” you can watch the ones on NBC for free with an indoor HD antenna.”

    UGH. I hate this lie. Can you at least put a *YMMV afterwards? I live in a town of 100,000+ and tall, old trees. If you want OTA tv signals, you either need to climb on the roof and mount an antenna up there or build a contraption in the attic, and run cable down to each TV.

  11. Nick

    August 8, 2020 at 1:05 am

    Sorry if this was asked , will Bundesliga 2 be moving to espn+ as well i know match pass had rights?

    • Christopher Harris

      August 8, 2020 at 8:27 am

      Yes. ESPN hasn’t mentioned anything about it but we believe the games will be on ESPN+

  12. DS

    August 6, 2020 at 6:59 am

    I am using a Roku and have been using NBC Sports Gold. Will that work next season or is is all on Peacock? They don’t support Roku.

    • Christopher Harris

      August 6, 2020 at 7:34 am

      NBC Sports Gold is gone. Hopefully the Roku issue between them and Peacock will be resolved before the new season starts.

  13. JP

    August 4, 2020 at 8:53 pm

    This illustrates a few things.
    One, that many companies force you to subscribe to both their cable channel and streaming service if you want access to all the matches live. NBC with EPL most notably, lesser extent with ESPN and Serie A and soon Bundesliga. Further fragmenting what is already very fragmented.
    Two, us fans of international soccer are actually lucky to have access to so many matches at a relatively cheap price. Do fans in Europe and South America enjoy the same variety with such ease?
    Three, more personally, this shows how much influence regional sports networks have in keeping us tied to cable or full service streaming like Fubo. Without my addiction to local NHL and NBA I could save well over a thousand a year.

    • Donald Duck

      August 4, 2020 at 9:42 pm

      I had hoped that ESPN+ had kept ALL the Serie A on the plus side or at the very least haf it available on the Plus side while also on the Cable side. I fear that the Bundesliga will have a few GREAT match ups on Cable and not available on Plus.

      As to the RSN i am/was a huge St Louis Cardinals and blues fan but alas im not willing to spend 50 bucks plus per month just to watch the local games and maybe 1 or 2 live channels. Ill stick now with the Hulu/disney/espn bundle and CBS All Access for all my paid content.

    • Yespage

      August 5, 2020 at 2:38 pm

      Yes and no. NBC and Fox prior provided great access to EPL via their cable/sat channel(s). They provided an avenue to get the remainder of the games for a fee. NBC is notably lower than Fox was, and certainly the streaming experience was better with NBC than Fox. Ultimately, being able to see every game is a premium.

      TNT tried taking almost all of the coverage off of linear channels. ESPN has done this FA Cup and others. CBS is doing likewise. So you have to subscribe to the linear channel and the online channel to get the original coverage we used to get on linear. So you have to pay extra not for premium, but what you used to get with linear. It isn’t a lot extra, but it is nickel and diming everything.

      NBC shows the Tour de France in entirety on NBCSN, but I can pay a premium for commercial free. That is a choice. If you want to watch Champions League pretty much at all, you have to subscribe to CBS All Access, a pathetic streaming service that needed a big hook to get people to sub.

  14. Christopher Harris

    August 1, 2020 at 5:20 pm

    For everyone who is asking, I’m working on a CBS All Access FAQ and a Peacock Premium FAQ to answer all of the questions everyone has. It’s taking some time because the information isn’t out there yet, but I hope to have it available in the near future.

    • Travis

      August 1, 2020 at 11:50 pm

      Thank you kindly Chris.

      Any idea if the CBS Sports pregame coverage on cable is different from the CBS Sports HQ (free CBS streaming online) pregame coverage and whether these two in turn are different from the CBS All Access pregame coverage?

      Kinda confusing keeping track of all these different platforms! Hope they can consider consolidating all their coverage in the future and make it widely available to all. If their goal really is to spread the beautiful game of football (soccer) nationwide in the States they need to make it easier to access and ubiquitous across all their platforms, not hide their coverage behind paywalls which limit the audience/lower their ratings.

      • Christopher Harris

        August 4, 2020 at 1:23 pm

        Pre-game coverage on CBS All Access will be different than any pregame coverage on CBS Sports HQ. CBS All Access will certainly be the way to go to get the best coverage available.

        • Travis

          August 4, 2020 at 10:17 pm

          Thank you Chris.

          How about the CBS Sports Network Champions League pregame and postgame coverage? Any idea if this will be identical to/superior to CBS All Access pregame and postgame coverage?

          I would have to pay an additional $25 to Spectrum just to get CBS Sports Network (ostensibly it’s for a better plan but I only care about the one channel, CBS Sports Network ). Can’t really justify doing that if the coverage on CBS All Access (which I have) is the same or better.

          What do you reckon, Chris? Should I get CBS Sports Network all the same? Want my Champions League coverage to be as comprehensive as possible. Might just view it in conjunction with CBS All Access lol.

          (I imagine both will be superior to CBS Sports HQ).

          It’s only recently that I learned the difference and distinction between all three CBS platforms lol. Certainly not the only one to be so confused, I imagine.

          Thank you for being so complete and thorough in your work, Chris.

        • Christopher Harris

          August 5, 2020 at 12:19 pm

          You can also access CBS Sports HQ from within CBS All Access if you want to see their pre-game coverage, FYI.

  15. Confused

    August 1, 2020 at 9:52 am

    What about LaLiga? and the Champions League, Fifa World Cup what services will show these?

    • Christopher Harris

      August 1, 2020 at 10:07 am

      Fanatiz has every LaLiga game. CBS All Access has every Champions League game.

      For the FIFA World Cup, it’s every four years, so you could watch it on FOX or Telemundo at that time. The Mega Pack doesn’t include those two networks, but the benefit of streaming services is that there’s no contract so you could always switch to a different streaming service for the one month that the World Cup is on.

  16. Chronos

    July 31, 2020 at 8:51 pm

    Here’s my problem with Fanatiz: it kinda stinks. There is no channel guide and that should be standard for this kind of service. But then the games don’t always show up under “Past Games”, making it unreliable for on-demand viewing. Today, I wanted to watch the French League Cup Final and it doesn’t show up for on-demand. Other times I have tried to watch beIN live and I just get kicked off the app. Plus they have no telephone support. It may be time to bite the bullet and go back to Fubo.

    • Turfit

      August 1, 2020 at 10:42 am

      Fubo added ESPN today

    • Keith

      August 5, 2020 at 8:47 pm

      That happened to me too.

      I sent them a direct message in Twitter and they gave the reason as it wasn’t part of their agreement. So the agreement for past games seems to be all the Bein Sports games minus some unknown amount. I do like all the Ligue 1 and La Liga games showing up in past games in general from Bein Connect.

      Another similar option is Sling World Sports for $10/mo or $60/year. When I’ve had regular Sling Blue, you could go back in the guide and watch anything from the last 3 days or so. Don’t know about on SWS, the review here doesn’t show if it does or not.

      • Turfit

        August 7, 2020 at 9:42 am

        Sling World Sports allows you to go back 7 days.

  17. Jesus

    July 31, 2020 at 12:43 pm

    I have a Roku device and Peacock isn’t supported on it. Anyone know if Roku will be added by Peacock and if so when.

    • Gonzalo

      July 31, 2020 at 1:22 pm

      Peacock will likely not be added to Roku anytime soon, but you never know. In the meantime if you get your internet through Xfinity/Comcast you can order a Flex device (their version of Roku/Firestick) from them for free to get access to Peacock. If you don’t get your internet from Xfinity/Comcast you can still access Peacock through the following devices: Apple TV, Chromecast, Android TV, Xbox, Playstation 4, and Vizio and LG smart TVs.

  18. Justin

    July 31, 2020 at 8:01 am

    Does ESPN+, without some sort of streaming/cable/satellite subscription that includes ESPN, get you all Serie A and all Bundesliga matches? I know that it would not work that way for other sports. In other words, with baseball, college football, and college basketball, if a game is on ESPN, ESPN2, or ESPNU, you can’t watch it with only ESPN+. You need a full service subscription.

    In addition, isn’t Fox Sports still carrying some MLS games?

    My point here isn’t to denigrate this mega pack — what it does is great! But you’re missing roughly half of the EPL (by way of NBCSN and affiliated networks), a good chunk of MLS (by way of Fox), and (by way of educated guess based on how ESPN works) a non-negligible selection of Bundesliga and Serie A.

    • Christopher Harris

      July 31, 2020 at 8:28 am

      For the Bundesliga, the plan is for ESPN to broadcast 4 games a season on television and everything else on ESPN+.

      FOX will have some MLS games (those can be watched for free with an indoor HD antenna). The games on FS1 wouldn’t be included in the Mega Pack.

      • Azer

        July 31, 2020 at 12:48 pm

        Hi, Chris – I don’t know if your remember but B/R Live had extended highlights on YouTube up to 15 minutes form the UCL after the games ended. They also had highlights from the UEL, a little shorter in length but still great to catch up on all the action. I remember watching it at work. Do you know if CBS will have extended highlights on YouTube?

        • dstorm

          July 31, 2020 at 6:44 pm

          I have the same question – hoping they include highlight and preview shows on all-access. I did notice that Champions League weekly is now showing on CBSSN so maybe that is the approach they’ll take.

          • nosferatu

            August 1, 2020 at 6:01 am

            I noticed that, too, on CBSSN, along with nightly replays of multiple games from earlier in the day (including ones that weren’t televised), both Champions League and Europa League.

          • Travis

            August 1, 2020 at 11:56 pm

            I don’t have CBSSN just yet. I do have CBS All Access. Do you (and Chris) know if there will be pregame coverage of the Champions League games on All Access?

            Rubs me the wrong way, having to get one and one cable channel only just to get the pregame coverage.

      • Daniel

        August 10, 2020 at 4:06 am

        4 matches only? So like…Der Klasser,German Cup Final and German Super Cup? Holy crap that sucks.

  19. Rich

    July 31, 2020 at 6:17 am

    Will Peacock have all EPL games on demand?

    • Christopher Harris

      September 20, 2020 at 8:35 am

      Replays of all 380 games for the 2020/21 season will be available to Peacock Premium subscribers. Matches will be available on replay after 9PM ET on the matchday and then for 30 days after they air.

      Note that some matches that stream live on Peacock Premium may be available on-demand earlier than 9PM ET, but all matches will be available after 9PM ET.

  20. Southerner

    July 30, 2020 at 10:47 pm

    Good work but as someone whose main priority is to see every Southampton game then this falls short. No NBCSN games included with this lot.
    Got me investigating and it would cost me about the same to get NBCSN on FuboTV than it does with Dish TV. I’ll keep Dish. Their Hopper 3 box is excellent – even though they are rivals you can watch youTube, Netflix & Amazon Prime through that. Makes things very easy. Plus you can watch up to 4 channels at once on their multi-screen option. For a sports fan with a big TV this is very handy.
    XBox to watch Peacock.
    Can’t see NBC creating a ‘new Gold’ for *every* Prem game any time soon. Getting the rights was expensive and TV is still king.
    I’ll still get every game – can’t complain at that!

  21. Ilya

    July 30, 2020 at 8:03 pm

    You can save if you get these services on annual contract pricing comes out to 20$ month

  22. Soccer Fan

    July 30, 2020 at 6:29 pm

    This only includes a small subset of Premier League games.

    • Donald Duck

      July 30, 2020 at 6:38 pm

      Yeah seeing as it doesn’t include any of the big matches that are on NBCSN this is the reason why Gold was only a 1 year deal for me. Even being a Crystal Palace fan I wasn’t able to watch EVERY match with gold and I do not want a LIVE expensive service. Ill stick with ESPN+ and CBS All Access for all my soccer content.

    • Christopher Harris

      July 30, 2020 at 7:00 pm

      Peacock Premium will exclusively have 46% of Premier League games for the 2020/21 season.

      I expect that number to increase even more significantly for 2021/22.

      • Donald Duck

        July 30, 2020 at 7:17 pm

        Once we can buy Peacock and get everything like CBS does with all access then ill get it. But im not paying a fortune for a live streaming service or cable if i dont have/need to.

        I probably wouldve bought them all back in my 20s but now with a family my money has to go and be spent/saved elsewhere.

      • Mark Watson

        September 18, 2020 at 12:14 am

        Why doesn’t Peacock offer 4K matches.?
        Why is Peacock programming useless. I watched a what if series. If Gerard hadn’t slipped? What a load of bullocks.
        Anyway I have some great ideas if they are willing to listen

  23. Aram

    July 30, 2020 at 6:18 pm

    Incredible, great work untangling everything into a simple solution

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