Streaming services are everywhere for soccer fans. You need one to watch this league, you need another to watch that league. Almost all club soccer these days has a home on a streaming service.

International competitions, the Premier League and select games across the global soccer world are still on traditional TV. Yet, the full slate of games for soccer is spread across streaming.

For example, LaLiga and the Bundesliga have every single game available on ESPN+. They join more niche leagues such as the Eredivisie, English Championship and the Belgian Pro League, as examples.

One of ESPN+’s top competitors is Paramount+, which has the rights to Serie A, the Scottish Premiership and most importantly the UEFA club competitions. Namely, those are the Champions League, Europa League and Europa Conference League. Compare that with Peacock, which only covers the Premier League. Still, there are four to six exclusive Premier League games on Peacock every matchweek. Plus, it does have international games for the USMNT and USWNT.

There are even more niche streaming services out there than those powerhouses. Fanatiz has beIN SPORTS and GolTV to cover Ligue Un, the Copa Libertadores and more. Or, you can go for something with breadth. fuboTV may be a major option for cord-cutters to get the equivalent of cable. But, it also carries exclusive UEFA Nations League games.

Streaming services that are most important to you

It is no doubt that most of the people reading this website subscribe to multiple streaming services. The big soccer fan has to in the United States. Yet, some hold more importance to us than others.

Some viewers may value Peacock more than Paramount+ if they are devout Premier League supporters. Some more casual fans may say they want the breadth of ESPN+, and they care less about the in-depth coverage from Peacock or Paramount+.

Which of those viewpoints do you follow more? What is the streaming service you cannot live without as a soccer fan? Let us know in the comments below.

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