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How to watch soccer via ESPN+

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watch soccer via ESPN+

Last updated: August 23, 2022

ESPN+ is the paid subscription service from ESPN that features exclusive content and original shows that aren’t available on ESPN, ESPN2 or other ESPN channels.

Soccer leagues/cups featured: LaLiga, Bundesliga, UEFA Nations League, Championship, League One, League Two, FA Cup, League Cup, MLS, Leagues Cup, US Open Cup, USL, International Champions Cup, Eredivisie, Sweden’s Allsvenskan, FA Community Shield, LaLiga Segunda Division.

Pricing: $9.99/month. No contract. Cancel anytime. Only available in United States.

Free trial: Not available.

Also includes: Daily soccer news and discussion show ESPN FC, soccer documentaries from 30 for 30 series

Additional live sports featured: MLB, UFC (including UFC Fight Night), NHL, select PGA TOUR golf, 30+ Top Rank Boxing cards, Grand Slam tennis from Wimbledon, US Open, rugby and Australian Open. Plus you get instant access to your favorite college sports like football, basketball, lacrosse, softball and more.

Streaming devices supported: Your computer, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Android phone, Android tablet, Amazon Fire TV, Amazon Fire tablet, Roku, Chromecast, PlayStation 4, Oculus Go, Samsung Smart TV and XBOX One.

Read more: ESPN+ breaks new ground for soccer streaming in United States

ESPN+: Pros and cons

Pros: (1) $9.99/month price positions the service as the greatest quantity of sports content for the lowest price, (2) Daily ESPN FC news program, (3) Plenty of original programming, (4) Archive of soccer documentaries, (5) Access to written sports content, and (6) Arguably, it’s the best sports streaming service.

Cons: (1) Login issues when trying to log into ESPN+ via Chrome browser.

Comparison guide: ESPN+ vs Sling World Sports vs Fanatiz

More info: About ESPN Plus, streaming live soccer

ESPN offers: Get the Disney+ bundle, which includes Disney+, ESPN+ and Hulu for $13.99/month

Sign up: Get ESPN+ today (official site).

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Courtesy of World Soccer Talk, download a complimentary copy of The Ultimate Soccer TV And Streaming Guide, which features details on where to watch all of the leagues from around the world on US TV and streaming.

Have any questions about how to watch soccer via ESPN+? Let us know in the comments section below.

 

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  • Price: $35/mo. for Sling Blue
  • Watch Premier League, World Cup & MLS
Many Sports & ESPN Originals
  • Price: $9.99/mo. (or get ESPN+, Hulu & Disney+ for $13.99/mo.)
  • Features Bundesliga, LaLiga, Championship, & more
2,000+ soccer games per year
  • Price: $4.99/mo
  • Features Champions League, Serie A, Europa League & NWSL
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  • Starting price: $4.99/mo. for Peacock Premium
  • Watch 175 exclusive EPL games per season
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  • Price: $59.95/mo. for Plus Package
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2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Douglas Barden

    April 12, 2022 at 1:01 pm

    I just bought the Disney+/Hulu/ESPN+ bundle and I’m wondering how to watch a live soccer game. I see plenty of games that are a week old but when I click to view a live game it asks for a TV service provider. I thought the point of streaming channel content was to NOT have to deal with TV providers (which I haven’t done in well over 15 years.

    • Christopher Harris

      April 12, 2022 at 1:22 pm

      Hi Douglas, great question. In the ESPN+ app, all of the sports games you paid for in the bundle are under the ‘ESPN+’ section in the top navigation.

      If you click on the navigation item that says “Featured,’ you’ll need a TV provider for that.

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