Saturday, 30 Sep 2023

Top-5 TV Channels for Football Fans

Top-5 TV Channels for Football Fans

Football thrives in the heart of millions of people across the globe. So it is bound to get a great deal of media coverage. Many streaming sites and apps broadcast soccer games both live and recorded. But if you want to go old school and watch your favourite sports on TV, relaxing on your couch, these are the best satellite and cable channels for some smashing sports entertainment, including football.

  1. ESPN

If you don’t find it anywhere, you will find it on ESPN. It is one of the premier American sports channels broadcasting the latest sports events of the world.

It airs LIVE and recorded broadcasts of UEFA Champions League, World Cup Qualifiers, and other major football leagues. During NFL season, the channel gets even more vibrant. It hosts shows like Monday Night Countdown to discuss the previous or upcoming football match and Sunday NFL Countdown.

It is available in a vast number of networks such as Dish TV, Google Fiber, DirecTV, Verizon FiOS, etc. 

  1. ABC

If you don’t have direct access to ESPN, you can get it through ABC.

It extensively covered the FIFA World cup in 2010 and 2014. Some other major football games include South Africa World Cup and Brazil World Cup. Plus, it also provides sports news, reviews, debates on NFL, NCAA College Football, etc.

It is available on Direct TV, Hulu, Dish TV. You can also stream live matches on ABC through YouTube TV. ABC has its streaming app to play on Android and iOS devices. Watch it on both HD and SD mode.

  1. CBS Sports Network

It is an all-round sports American Sports channel that broadcasts matches on football, baseball, basketball, golf, tennis, hockey, rugby, etc. It mainly runs in the U.S and also in Canada through IPTV.

It broadcasts a vast number of relevant football leagues and championship games. So far, it aired FIFA, UEFA Champion’s League, UEFA Europa League, and Super Cup, World cup Qualifying, NWSL Challenge Cup for the U.K and the U.S, and CONCACAF Nation’s League. 

  1. Fox Sports 1

Fox Sports 1(FS1) is an extension of Fox Sports Media. The other extension is Fox Sports 2 (FS2) and Fox Sports Radio. Catch up with any of these for watching various sports events, matches, talk shows, news, previews daily.

Get a load of updates and shows on Soccer, Baseball, Basketball, and College Athlete including NCCA football, Horse racing, martial arts, and golf. It is also a popular sports network for covering motorsports events. 

  1. NBCSN

The most popular sports channel after ESPN would be this one. But this American TV channel is only for US viewers.

Watch the latest happenings on NFL and Soccer Premier Leagues. In addition, it extensively covers NASCAR, Olympics, National Hockey League, Notre Dam Fighting, Golf, and other major sports events.

If you do not have any one of them already, you miss out on some major sports events associated with football and others. So talk to your cable operator and subscribe to the bunch of awesomeness.