Most of us subscribe to one or more providers to watch soccer. It can be a cable company or a satellite network. Or it can be a streaming service, or a combination of both.

With so many choices available, we’re offering a guide on each of them so you can see which is the best fit.

Since launching in 2005, World Soccer Talk continues to provide the latest resources and details on streaming and television options.

Soccer Providers

Here’s our comprehensive listing of the different soccer providers available:

Some of the providers are only available in select locations in the U.S. However, streaming services are available nationwide. Plus, you can subscribe on a monthly basis instead of being locked into an annual contract.

In the U.S., we now have more choices than ever before. Plus, that means a ton of soccer coverage as well as plenty of news, entertainment and kids content.

In fact, it’s far easier to find illegal streams of games than it is legal ones. That is why we’re here to make it easier for you to find legal options to watch games. Firstly, no malware. Secondly, no pop-up ads. Thirdly, no piracy. Finally, you get information on how to watch games legally without a keylogger stealing your passwords and bank details.

For the past 15 years, World Soccer Talk has been reporting on all of the legal methods of watching the beautiful game. Through our research and interviews with executives at the different sports networks, we’ve compiled the most comprehensive guides. This way, you can watch you favorite team, league, player and nation.

To find out when soccer games are on, download the free Soccer TV Schedules App. It includes listings of all of the live soccer matches available in the U.S. (available on Apple iOS devices and Android devices).