An easy guide to finding games online
If you want to watch the 2019 Women's World Cup (June 7-July 7) on traditional TV, you need to tune into FOX and FS1, at least here in the United States. However, not everyone wants to consume soccer's international tournament in the traditional way. Many World Cup fans want to live stream it on their TV or mobile devices, whether that's a phone, tablet or laptop.
For those looking to live stream FIFA's premier soccer event, you'll need to look at one of the following options.
The best place to start is with the free FOX Sports app. Download it on your Apple or Android device, or find it on streaming devices such as Apple TV, Roku, fireTV and Google Chromecast. This app will have live coverage of all 52 matches. It even has a "No Spoilers Mode" to shield you from scores and game-related notifications. Of course, there is a catch: you must select your TV provider before it allows you to live stream the games.
For those who have a cable provider and want to watch via the FOX Sports website, go here. Simply confirm your cable provider information and watch it live on your laptop or home computer. FOX Sports even has an online hub for all things World Cup related. Check out here.
This cable cutter allows you to watch all of the matches on FOX and FS1 and even has a free 7-day trial offer, and $55 per month thereafter. fuboTV works on your Apple and Adriod mobile devices as well as Google Chromecast, Apple TV, Roku and Amazon fireTV.
Here's another cord cutting. This service, which starts at $50 per month, allows you to stream TV on your smartphone, computer, or big screen with a compatible streaming device. Available channels include FOX, FS1 and FS2.
This live streaming service has all the mainstream local channels available, including FOX (and FS1). Cost is $40 per month, so it's not free. But you can get a free trial offer and watch it on your mobile devices, computer and TV via streaming apps.
This popular streaming service allows fans to watch games, with prices at $25 per month for FOX (in select markets), along with FS1 and FS2. But check to make sure that live FOX programs are offered in your market before signing up. It seems somewhat limited.
Hulu with Live TV costs $45 a month and includes FOX, FS1 and Telemundo (which is airing the Spanish version). And, like many of the previous options, there's a free trial.
PlayStation Vue's basic $45-a-month Access plan includes FOX and FS1.