Best Apple TV Apps for Streaming Soccer

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Soccer happens to be one of the most watched sports in the world, with millions of fans all over the world. The exciting thing about soccer is that there are different leagues and with that come different levels of fans. Fans always want to stream soccer live. Here are some awesome ideas how you can stream soccer live using the Apple TV apps.

Now, there is the 4k video which is supported by the fifth-gen Apple TV so definitely, now we are about to have a completely different level of a high-quality picture. Below is a list of the best Apple TV apps for watching soccer.

FOX Sports GO

Fox owns broadcast rights to some of the world’s best leagues where most of the best players perform. You can watch matches using the FOX Sports GO app. In the USA Fox has rights to air leagues like the German Bundesliga, Champions, and Europa. To be able to use FOX Sports GO, you will need to sign into your account either on your cable or satellite TV provider. If you have accounts on fuboTV or sling TV as a paid member and you pay for FOX sports then you can also watch soccer directly on these platforms.

NBC Sports

NBC Sports app serves a lot of sporting events including soccer. They own rights to air loads of matches and one of the interesting things about this app is that it’s not limited to soccer. You can view different sporting games like basketball which is one of the most viewed types of sport in the USA. If you are a soccer lover and a fan of the English premier league then you will have all the fun you can get with this app. As long as you own a cable, satellite or you are a member of any streaming service that uses this app then all you have to do is log in.

beIN Sports Connect

The beIN Sport is a very nice channel to have as it shows a lot of games and you have the option of viewing in English or in Spanish. It functions just as the two above so getting access only requires that you are a paid subscriber and you have your cable or satellite login or log in from a streaming service.

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It has a history as one of the best top streaming apps for soccer fans. Subscribe to the fuboTV app and you’ll get access to loads of soccer matches. A full package comes with about 50 channels and costs about $35 a month. You can decide on the package that interests you the most and goes for it. They also provide streaming in both English and Spanish. There is no limit to how much fun you can get with this app.

Sling TV

Sling TV is another popular service that broadcasts a lot of soccer matches. There are two types of packages available on Sling TV. They are the $20- month orange starting package and the $25-month sling Blue package which both offer a wide variety of channels including the beIN. If you have a subscription then you will have over 30 available channels.

Sling World Sports

If you do not want to get overcrowded with channels then this will be a very good option for you. A sling TV standalone channel package comes with a $10 monthly charge. The channels that come with it include beIN sports and beIN sports in Spanish.

MLS Live

If you are a fan of MLS then you just got yourself the lucky app. MLS Live will allow you to view every single MLS match in the season. If a game is not being broadcast locally in your area then you can stream it live. Sometimes there can be blackouts but there is always a workaround. This service will cost you around $80 for an entire season.


ESPN holds broadcast rights to some really nice soccer games including fixtures from the UEFA champions’ league. If you have a subscription with a cable or satellite TV then you have the ability to use the ESPN app. Most streaming services usually include ESPN as one of their channels. In my view, this is one of the most watched and used channels when it comes to sports.

Stream soccer on Apple TV all year long

Clearly, from the list above you can have an endless flow of channels to enjoy soccer live streaming all year long. You do not need to have all of them, of course. Getting just one or two can provide you with an endless stream of matches.