With the MLS season around the corner, American soccer fans can rest easy knowing the MLS Season Pass will return to Apple TV for the second year in a row. The MLS Season Pass is home to all things MLS, including every match from the preseason up to the final game of the Audi MLS Cup Playoffs. Wondering how to kick off the MLS season from the comfort of your couch or device? Find out how to watch every MLS game below.
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How to Watch MLS Soccer in 2024 Without Cable
Watching MLS games is a lot easier in 2024 thanks to MLS Season Pass. It makes watching MLS games convenient and accessible, whether you’re an FC Dallas or Inter Miami CF fan. Rather than download a separate app and create a new login, MLS Season Pass is offered directly through Apple TV, and you can stream live games or watch them on demand in either English or Spanish. Every game from the regular season through the postseason is offered via the season pass, including the Leagues Cup, which pits the MLS against teams from Mexico’s Liga MX.
While Apple TV doesn’t have total broadcast exclusivity for the MLS, it’s the only place where you can watch every single MLS game. The season pass also includes access to insightful pregame discussions and post-match recaps that paint a fuller picture of various goings-on within the league. Other leagues may show the odd MLS game or two, but the MLS Season Pass is the only way to watch every minute of Lionel Messi’s glory.
Here are all the ways you can watch MLS Soccer 2024:
Can I Watch MLS Soccer 2024 on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, or Chromecast?
Although the MLS Season Pass is exclusive to Apple TV, that doesn’t mean you need an Apple TV 4K. In fact, you can enjoy the MLS Season Pass through most devices, such as phones, tablets, computers, gaming consoles, and streaming devices, provided that the Apple TV app is available for download.
Here are all the ways you can watch the MLS Season Pass via Apple TV:
- Chromecast with Google TV
- Amazon Fire TV
- Android TV streaming devices
- Samsung, LG, Sony, Vizio TVs
- Sony PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5
More to Watch for MLS Soccer Fans
If watching the MLS isn’t enough to satisfy your hunger for top-flight soccer, then you’re in luck, because we’re living in the golden age of soccer streaming. Granted, finding where every league and cup is streaming can cause a headache, but it’s worth the hassle. American soccer fans have really never had it this good.
For fans of the English Premier League (arguably the best soccer league in the world), Peacock is the best place to watch matches, with some available to stream live and others available to watch on demand after a few days. For the FA Cup and the Carabao Cup, you’ll have to head over to ESPN Plus.
ESPN Plus is also the home of the German Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2; the Spanish La Liga, Supercopa de España, and Copa Del Rey; the English EFL, which is the second tier of English soccer; and the Dutch Eredivisie.
Over on Paramount Plus, you can catch the best of the European competitions, including the UEFA Champions League and Europa League. This streamer is also home to the Italian Serie A and Argentine Primera Division