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
• 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?
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:
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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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