In the United States, we have more access to soccer than ever before. In fact, with the combination of TV and streaming, we have more than 4,500 games available to us every year. Streaming is a big part of that. But just as all of us have different tastes and preferences, we’re curious what you think. What’s your favorite streaming service for soccer?

Your choices are, in alphabetical order:

ATA Football — Access to exclusive women’s soccer matches

DirecTV Stream — Cable/satellite TV replacement

ESPN+ — Access to exclusive soccer matches plus other sports

Fanatiz — Access to exclusive soccer matches plus select cable/TV channels

fuboTV — Access to exclusive soccer matches plus cable/satellite TV replacement

Hulu + Live TV — Cable/satellite TV replacement

Paramount+ — Original movies, shows and sports

Peacock TV — Original movies, shows and sports

Sling TV — Cable/satellite TV replacement

Vidgo — Cable/satellite TV replacement

YouTube TV — Cable/satellite TV replacement

Choosing your favorite streaming service

As you can see above, there are different categories of streamings services. Our above requirement is that they stream live soccer, either on a network they air or exclusively on their own service.

Of course, there are other niche streaming services out there. New ones are being added all the time. That includes FIFA+ with 40,000 games per year. There’s also YouTube, but that video service doesn’t show a lot of exclusive matches.

Another requirement is that the service is legal and available in the United States.

So while we all have our preferences, we’d love to hear what your favorites are. Share your personal recommendation in the comments section below. If you cannot pick just one, feel free to share your favorite combination of streaming services. Soccer fans are known for being opinionated, so we want you to be as honest as possible.

We look forward to reading them.

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