The FIFA World Cup Qatar is set to begin on November 20th and will feature 32 national teams from around the world. Football (or soccer, depending on where you’re from) fans rejoice! But if you don’t have cable, how can you catch all the action?
Not to worry, there are plenty of ways to watch the FIFA World Cup Qatar live stream without cable. In this blog post, we’ll show you a few different options so that you can choose the one that’s best for you. Keep reading on Worldcupcoverage.com to learn more!
FuboTV is a streaming service that offers live and on-demand TV from over 70+ channels. NFL Network, NBCSN, FOX Soccer Plus, and beIN SPORTS are just a few of the channels included in FuboTV’s basic package. And with their “Sports Plus” add-on, you’ll get even more coverage of the FIFA World Cup Qatar. Best of all? FuboTV offers a free 7-day trial so that you can test it out before committing to a subscription.
Sling TV is another streaming service that offers live and on-demand TV from a variety of different channels. And similar to FuboTV, Sling TV also has an add-on package called “Sports Extra” that will give you additional coverage of the FIFA World Cup Qatar. The starting price for Sling TV is $25/month, but they offer a discount for the first month so it’s actually only $10/month. Not bad!
Hulu with Live TV
Did you know that Hulu now offers live TV streaming? Hulu with Live TV gives you access to over 60+ live and on-demand channels for $45/month. FOX Sports 1 and 2 are included in their basic package, so you’ll be all set for catching the FIFA World Cup Qatar. And if you’re already a Hulu subscriber, you can add live TV to your existing account for an additional $45/month. Easy peasy!
There are plenty of great options for watching the FIFA World Cup Qatar live stream without cable. Whether you choose FuboTV, Sling TV, or Hulu with Live TV, you’ll be able to catch all the action from anywhere in the world. So what are you waiting for? Get streaming!