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How to watch UEFA Nations League on US TV and streaming

How to watch UEFA Nations League on US TV and streaming

FOX Sports and fuboTV have announced their UEFA Nations League coverage details. As a consequence, there is good news and bad news about how to watch UEFA Nations League on US TV and streaming.

First, the good news is that every game is available for viewing in English-language. Second, the bad news is that games are strewn across several different channels, apps and services.

To watch the UEFA Nations League on US TV and streaming, games are shown across:

FOX Soccer Plus
FOX Sports App
Fubo Sports Network

How to watch UEFA Nations League on US TV and streaming

Out of the more than 100 UEFA Nations League games scheduled for June 1 through 14, the games are spread across TV and streaming. First, FS2 has 15 games. Second, FOX Soccer Plus has 13 games. Third and finally, FS1 has 11 matches.

With no OTT streaming service of its own (ESPN has ESPN+, CBS Sports have Paramount+), FOX Sports are only broadcasting a minority of the games. Therefore, it’s no surprise that FOX sub-licensed the majority of games to fuboTV (NYSE: FUBO). In an ideal world, FOX Sports would have their own streaming service that could handle the number of Nations League games.

As a result, the winner in FOX’s UEFA Nations League strategy is, right now, fuboTV. The streaming service that focuses on sports already offers FS1, FS2 and FOX Soccer Plus. You can also use your fuboTV login to authenticate with the FOX Sports App to watch the three UEFA Nations League games on there. What fuboTV doesn’t offer is Tubi, but the two matches on that free ad-supported service are Scotland-Armenia and Ukraine-Ireland. And then the remaining 62 games are all live on the Fubo Sports Network, available via fuboTV.

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So far, the one bond that ties all of the UEFA Nations League games together is fuboTV. The two exceptions are the games between Scotland-Armenia and Ukraine-Ireland on Tubi. And for English-language viewers, especially those who don’t mind spending more for fuboTV to avoid the headaches and confusion, a fuboTV is your best bet.

Avoiding Fubo Sports Network confusion

We’ve already seen some soccer fans getting confused by games being announced on the Fubo Sports Network. For background, Fubo Sports Network started as a free streaming channel available on smart TVs and The Roku Channel. The channel airs reruns, documentaries and shows.

Having said that, the Fubo Sports Network that is showing the 60+ UEFA Nations League games is not the free channel. The Fubo Sports Network showing UEFA Nations League is only available via a paid subscription to fuboTV (either the Pro or Elite plans).

However, fuboTV has announced that it will show some UEFA Nations League games on its free streaming channel. Subsequently, expect fuboTV to announce those games at a future date. Suffice to say, they will likely be matches involving minnows.

Confused, yet? At World Soccer Talk, in our efforts to minimize the headaches among soccer fans, we’ve created our UEFA Nations League schedule. Also, our free Soccer TV Schedules App (available on iOS and Android) has all of the listings.

Games to look forward to

FS1 will air a slate of global soccer powerhouses. For instance, FS1 is televising Spain vs Portugal, France vs Croatia, Belgium vs Netherlands and Germany vs Italy.

Games that are exclusive to Fubo Sports Network via fuboTV include a lot to choose from. You can watch England vs Italy, Germany vs England, and France vs Denmark, among others.

Visit our UEFA Nations League TV schedule for complete listings.

Spanish-language coverage of UEFA Nations League

As of press time, no decision has been reached on who will broadcast the games in Spanish-language.

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  1. Jamie McBride

    June 11, 2022 at 4:01 pm

    Why are so many games on at the same time? Also with soccer being a world sport… Seems they would make games easier to watch for fans around the world.

  2. Azer

    June 4, 2022 at 2:05 pm

    I was watching Finland vs Bosnia on FS2 until the 60th minute or so. The picture froze and Fox cut to a commercial break. The game never came back on. I tried to access FS2 online via log in, same thing, commercials.

    • Matt

      June 7, 2022 at 10:32 am

      Fairly similar problem for me on Vix for the Austria-Denmark game yesterday. The live feed cut off around the 78th minute and never came back on. I tried both the web site on my computer and the app through my Amazon Firestick.

      I wonder if these were related problems. Also, I realize that technical glitches happen, but I wish Fox and Univision were a bit more pro-active about keeping the viewers apprised of what’s going on.

      • SteveK

        June 7, 2022 at 11:13 am

        Matt, the exact same thing happened to me on the Apple TV ViX app w/ Denmark Austria, I suspect it had something to do with the power outage that delayed the start of the game. That was maybe the 5th ViX game I’ve watched and the first glitch.

  3. MarkB

    June 4, 2022 at 12:08 pm

    Loving the fact that ViX coverage has freed me from having to watch Foxcrap. I only understand a few words of Spanish, but that’s ok since the language is easy on my ears. Plus I can enjoy hearing the lineups. From here on out I will refer to the GK as Jourdann Peekford!

    • SteveK

      June 4, 2022 at 12:11 pm

      just an fyi, you could be listening to Talksport, they have the game

  4. SteveK

    June 4, 2022 at 11:24 am

    Besides the ViX Spanish option to watch England Hungary today I should also mention that all the England matches are live on Channel 4 in the UK and via a VPN anyone in the US can watch this. It is very high quality and, of course, in English. I’m watching the pre-game right now on All 4 on a MacBook Pro with the Chrome browser. I couldn’t get the stream to start in Safari. I don’t know if it is absolutely necessary but I change my time setting on the Mac to UK time before accessing with a VPN. Michael Owen and Jordan Nobbs interviewing Gareth.

  5. SteveK

    June 4, 2022 at 10:42 am

    Since people are checking in on this the following text should be amended:

    “Spanish-language coverage of UEFA Nations League
    As of press time, no decision has been reached on who will broadcast the games in Spanish-language.”

    and updated with more helpful guidance that no one should tolerate this FOX-Fubo cluster-ck and instead simply download the ViX app and watch all of this for free. I just checked the Belgium-Netherlands and Spain-Portugal replays on ViX and both are very watchable, about the same video quality as Peacock streams BEFORE they upgraded their video quality and about the same quality on USA Premier League games streamed via Sling TV. Not the best quality but eminently watchable.

    Pause, replay and DVR controls work perfectly on the iPad and Apple TV, including 15sec skip back. I had no idea how to get ViX before today and if anyone else is in that boat I hope this helps.

  6. Tony

    June 3, 2022 at 9:36 pm

    I tried watching the Belgium vs Holland game but then I realized just how bad Fox are . Commentary was a split second behind and JP Dellacamera and Cobi Jones were ……..well……even worse than I remember.Had to give up and go out to do some shopping.

    • Eric T

      June 3, 2022 at 10:24 pm

      I remember the JP Dellecamera disasterclass at the 2006 World Cup. He hasn’t changed one bit.

  7. David J

    June 3, 2022 at 3:09 pm

    This is yet ANOTHER marketing manipulation by “the suits” to get us to subscribe to a steaming service. $6 or so a month is one thing, almost $70…forgetaboutit! I sure hope it doesn’t succeed. So, don’t fall for it. It’s our only chance!

  8. KW

    June 3, 2022 at 8:53 am

    Did you see that Fubo is also releasing the 4 England matches on PPV for $25 each? (Still available for free to FuboTV subscribers).
    The price seems very high, but I guess there are some people that don’t care what the price is, they just want access to the game. Or can’t figure out how to watch in Spanish on VIX.

    • Matt

      June 3, 2022 at 11:02 am

      Looks like Fubo is taking us back to the terrible Setanta days with this antiquated PPV model combined with this all or nothing $69.99/month subscription plan. ESPN losing the rights to Fox would set access to UEFA/International games back 20 years back if it weren’t for Vix. Please Univision, make the Vix+ pricing reasonable.

      • Eric T

        June 3, 2022 at 10:23 pm

        Fox has been a toxin for US soccer coverage since the 2000s…they’ll never change

    • Mercator

      June 4, 2022 at 11:18 am

      Bizarre and absolutely ridiculous. In case anyone is wondering, all the England matches are on VIX in Spanish or Channel 4 UK in English with a VPN.

  9. Eric T

    June 2, 2022 at 3:04 pm

    Are you supposed to be able to stream Vix games on a web browser? The app for Amazon Fire TV works, but I can’t get anything going on Firefox or Microsoft Edge, even with extensions disabled.

    • locofooty

      June 2, 2022 at 3:12 pm

      Works on Chrome.

      • Eric T

        June 2, 2022 at 3:45 pm

        Thanks…don’t know why it wasn’t working for me on Firefox or Edge.

  10. Matt

    June 2, 2022 at 1:41 pm

    Thanks for the informative article. This is a frustrating development to say the least. What we used to get for $6.99 a month on ESPN+ will now set us back $69.99 for a Fubo Pro subscription.

    Christopher, when you have a better understanding of the Spanish-language rights situation, a new piece would be much appreciated for those of us who have Univision and TUDN as part of their cable plans. Will they carry live games? Will other games be available on their apps? Which ones?

    Thanks in advance.

  11. Daniel

    May 30, 2022 at 5:42 pm

    Another sh*%show by FOX. It’s like they don’t care about really broadcasting a great product as keeping it away from other broadcasters. I love their coverage of American sports. But European soccer coverage sucks. There is no reason in 2022 that they have no streaming service for their sports properties. And for Uefa agrees for whatever they paid. It’s a disgrace. It’s as bad as when TNT got the rights to the CL/EL. Especially when games could have been on TBS,CourtTV and TruTv.

  12. Sean+Johansen

    May 30, 2022 at 2:56 pm

    Well our budget doesn’t stretch to adding a new streaming service to see this. So we’ll find a Spanish feed.

    • Ra

      May 30, 2022 at 3:02 pm

      The Spanish narrations are usually very good. We can also tune in to BBC5 or any other radio of choice, and sync the audio. I usually prefer radio narrators anyway.

  13. Leo

    May 30, 2022 at 11:10 am

    VIX saved the day. If they launch VIX+ with a price around $5, they will be a resounding success. FOX/FuboTV blasting off again …

  14. Ra

    May 30, 2022 at 10:21 am

    Yes, indeed. I found all matched on Vix. Vix has become my go-to app now. For the summer, they cover everything for me except for Libertadores. Only issues are lack of DVR, and image quality could be sharper.
    With the EU season over, I cancelled ESPN+, Paramount+ and Peacock. They are doing more to promote the Spanish language than any other initiative I can think of.

  15. locofooty

    May 30, 2022 at 10:02 am

    Matches are back on Vix as they advertised last night during the Liga MX final. The Finalissima as well.

  16. WC+Dave

    May 29, 2022 at 8:34 am

    “Dog in the manger: A person who has no ability to use a possession that would be of use or value to others, but who prevents others from having it.” Pretty much sums up the essence of Fox Sports here.

  17. Jonathan

    May 28, 2022 at 4:13 pm

    TUDN in theie Champions League broadcast is promoting the Nations League to be a VIX exclusive so it won’t be on Spanish TV but on their streaming service.

  18. MarkB

    May 27, 2022 at 8:23 pm

    Just happy that when the world cup rolls around there’s an alternative to being subjected to Fox’s on air “talent”. Actually this year’s WC was made for Fox, a third rate network broadcasting from a s***hole country at the wrong time of year.

    • Eliezer

      May 29, 2022 at 9:29 am

      I’m sorry but you called Qatar a “s***hole country”? How moronic are you? I am surprised that some red state s***hole dweller like you even knows what the World Cup is.

      • MarkB

        May 30, 2022 at 10:04 am

        Oh, I’m sorry. I must have mistaken the repressive, misogynistic, homophobic, human rights abusers for some other country.

  19. MarkB

    May 27, 2022 at 8:13 pm

    My God. Fox really is nothing more than a bunch of oxygen thieves. May they never again be able to acquire the rights to any major tournament..

  20. Leo

    May 27, 2022 at 6:57 pm

    FuboTV stock price was around $30 last November. Today, it is $3. The reason is simple, they are just an overpriced appendix of a dying technology (cable).

  21. Hans

    May 27, 2022 at 6:15 pm

    This turmoil a result of the clueless suits in the power corridors is no hurdle for the tech savvy soccer fans. You have several options but “IPTV” is your friend.
    Until they get their act together of what to do with these valuable properties to please the fans and make it easy for them, I am going the route of P2P trackers free published online links or IPTV.
    Until the suits stop ruining our passion for the game they will not see a penny from me. I do subscribe to ESPN+, Peacock and Paramount+ and they are easy to use and navigate and deserve the monetary expense. It beggars believe how people who pay millions for this property and run billion dollar companies, can so royally screw up what they paid millions for.

  22. jstrummer

    May 27, 2022 at 5:21 pm

    Great news for the people that are subscribed to upper tier Fubo packages, bad news for the other 98% or so of us. Not like we’re going to pony up $70 a month to see these. Paying about $20 a month now for countless matches so this makes no sense. I’ll either watch the daily highlight show or Vix. Hopefully Fubo goes out of business before Euro qualifiers start.

  23. JP

    May 27, 2022 at 3:58 pm

    Disappointing, but big picture this tournament always had dubious value anyway. Still doesn’t feel like it means much. Know it can help for Euro qualifying but doesn’t seem like enough of an enticement except for the smallest countries.

    If Fox is going to mess up one of their properties, let it be this! If the Euros have similar issues (and no easy Spanish language alternative), then I’ll be out front leading the mob with pitchforks.

    This is basically the NBC strategy with EPL on steroids since you need to jump through even more hoops.

  24. Deric

    May 27, 2022 at 3:49 pm

    what a downgrade. really, fox soccer plus? what the heck is that even.

  25. jason

    May 27, 2022 at 3:44 pm

    This stinks. Screw Fox. But in a ways shame on ESPN too for wasting so much money on La Liga. They will probably be losing more content than gain in the future. My fear one day is that La Liga will be the only soccer left on ESPN Plus. Which stinks as that is the one legaue have no interest in.

    • FlatBackFour

      June 13, 2022 at 1:46 am

      I agree. ESPN giving up Serie A for La Liga was a huge mistake, as is their overblown Liga drama just as Messi left.

  26. Jay

    May 27, 2022 at 3:12 pm

    What are the chances there is no Spanish broadcast? The tournament kicks off in two days…

  27. Shawn

    May 27, 2022 at 1:45 pm

    Another FOX disaster. They should be barred from holding rights to soccer matches, but the federations love the $$$.

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