Soccer fans should be fuming mad that both DIRECTV and Comcast Xfinity have decided not to renew their agreements with beIN SPORTS to carry the home of La Liga on US television.

Thankfully, there are other options to get your LaLiga and beIN SPORTS fix.

1) fuboTV

Out of all of the legal streaming solutions available, the one that we recommend the most is fuboTV — for three reasons. One, fuboTV includes beIN SPORTS, beIN SPORTS en Espanol and beIN SPORTS Connect so you can access all 100% of LaLiga games. Two, fuboTV includes a DVR with 30 hours of storage at no extra cost. And three, fuboTV offers a free 7-day trial).

2) Sling TV

Other legal streaming options include Sling World Sports for $10 per month, which includes beIN SPORTS and beIN SPORTS en Espanol. You can also subscribe to Sling Latino or the Sling TV package with Best of Spanish TV.

3) Other cable or satellite TV providers

beIN SPORTS networks are also available on Verizon Fios in NYC, Washington, Baltimore and Boston and on Charter Spectrum in LA, Dallas, NYC, Columbus, Indianapolis, Milwaukee, St. Louis, Tampa/Orlando, Birmingham and San Diego.

If you’re a Comcast Xfinity, DIRECTV, DIRECTV NOW or AT&T U-Verse subscriber, now is the time to consider cancelling your service and going with a TV or streaming provider that values you as a customer.

SEE MORE: Schedule of La Liga games on US TV and streaming