The way we watch soccer games changes every year. So, the number one question I get asked is “Where can I find [insert your favorite club or league] on US TV and streaming?” And with so many leagues available to viewers in the United States from around the world, it’s enough to make your head spin.

Since day one when World Soccer Talk® launched in 2005, our goal has always been helping sports fans find soccer on TV, streaming and apps. As the time has progressed, it’s become more complicated. No one can argue it isn’t. Who remembers the days when Fox Soccer Channel was practically the only place to go watch soccer?

Despite all of the changes, the world we live in has improved when it comes to soccer viewing. We have more choices than ever before. It’s just that many of the games are on different TV networks and streaming services. Add to that the complexity of who has English-language rights, and who has Spanish-language rights.

I can imagine how confusing it must be for a lot of soccer fans. For me, personally, it’s turned into my full-time job covering the industry.

To help simplify matters, World Soccer Talk has spent the last several months during the lockdown writing an eBook which breaks down all of the leagues and competitions, and shares the details on who has what. Additionally, the eBook contains several tips as well as sharing insight into some of the ever-changing viewing choices (for example, the Scottish Premiership).

In publishing this eBook, which is now available to the general public, we hope it’ll help simplify the process of figuring out how you can watch your favorite team.

Included with the eBook is also a free subscription to our daily World Soccer Talk Insider email newsletter. It features TV and streaming listings for soccer leagues and competitions. Plus, the latest daily soccer news and headlines from World Soccer Talk. Plus you get the latest soccer news headlines from all of the top soccer stories daily.

On behalf of World Soccer Talk, here’s ‘The Ultimate Soccer TV And Streaming Guide’ eBook. Included with it is a free daily email newsletter containing the latest news and links to the updated TV schedules. Simply fill out the form below to get your FREE copy!