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After a thrilling World Cup in 2019, we'll have to wait a while before we can once again watch the world's best compete for women's soccer's highest honor. But it's never too early to start thinking about the World Cup, especially when you want to be sure that you can watch every minute of every match without cable. That's why we're here to tell you how to stream the 2023 Women's World Cup, no cable required.
Here are a few of our favorite ways to stream the Women's World Cup:
If we're going to watch the Women's World Cup without cable, then we first need to know what channels we're after. So which networks have the broadcast rights to the biggest even in women's soccer?
The English-language broadcast rights to the 2023 Women's World Cup are held by Fox. In past World Cups, that has meant plenty of games on Fox's flagship station, as well as a fair number of games on FS1. It's possible that FS2 and other Fox-owned channels will get games, too — we'll know more closer to the date of the tournament.
The Spanish-language rights to the 2023 Women's World Cup are owned by Telemundo.
To watch the Women's World Cup in 2023, you'll need to have a live feed of Fox, FS1, or Telemundo (depending on the game and on which language you want the broadcast to be in). So how can we get live feeds of those channels without cable?
Our best option is to subscribe to a live TV streaming service, or “skinny bundle.” These sorts of services offer bundles of live TV channels in a way that is reminscent of cable or satellite. But there are big differences, too. Live TV streaming services stream online, of course, instead of coming in over traditional cable infrastructure. They also tend to boast slimmed-down bundles, fewer prices, and month-to-month payment plans instead of those awful long-term contracts that cable and satellite customers are used to.
Because Fox and Telemundo are over-the-air networks, we can also use antennas to watch the 2023 Women's World Cup for free. We'll talk a bit more about that later on in our list.
Stream the Women's World Cup with AT&T TV
The 2023 Women's World Cup is on AT&T TV Now, because this service offers live streams of Fox, FS1, and Telemundo.
Stream the Women's World Cup for free with Hulu
Hulu is still best known for its subscription video on demand (SVOD) service, but its live TV streaming service is quite impressive, too. If you subscribe to the aptly named Hulu + Live TV, you'll enjoy live feeds of popular channels — including Fox, FS1, and Telemundo.
Stream the Women's World Cup for free with fuboTV
fuboTV began its life as a service aimed exclusively as soccer fans, so it's no surprise to see it on this list. Though fuboTV has long since expanded its channel lineup to include popular non-soccer and non-sports channels, it still has you covered for the 2023 Women's World Cup. fuboTV offers live streams of Fox, FS1, and Telemundo.
Stream the Women's World Cup on Sling TV
Sling TV is an option for fans hoping to watch the 2023 Women's World Cup. Sling TV offers a live stream of FS1. It lacks Telemundo and Fox, though, so you'll want to pair Sling TV with an antenna to catch every game.
Google's live TV streaming service is a great option for World Cup fans. A YouTube TV subscription will give you access to live streams of Fox, FS1, and Telemundo.
The services above make great ways to watch the 2023 Women's World Cup on all sorts of different devices. Let's talk a bit about which platforms will work with which streaming services.
Hulu, fuboTV, Sling TV, and YouTube TV offer support for Roku devices.
Hulu, fuboTV, Sling TV, AT&T TV Now, and YouTube TV work on Fire TV devices.
Hulu, fuboTV, Sling TV, AT&T TV Now, and YouTube TV support Apple TV devices.
Hulu, fuboTV, Sling TV, and YouTube TV work on Google's Android TV platform.
Hulu, fuboTV, Sling TV, AT&T TV Now, and YouTube TV play nice with Chromecast.
You can take these services on the go, too. Hulu, fuboTV, Sling TV, AT&T TV Now, and YouTube TV each have mobile apps for both iOS and Android devices.
You can watch the Women's World Cup on your computer, too. Just use one of the in-browser apps available from Hulu, fuboTV, Sling TV, AT&T TV Now, and YouTube TV.
You can use Hulu on PlayStation 4. You can use Hulu, Sling TV, and YouTube TV on Xbox One.
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