Searching the web for illegal live streams of FS1 (Fox Sports 1) is a hassle. Especially, when you can watch FS1 streams that are safe and legal online. This article will cover all the services that allow you to stream FS1 live online without needing a cable TV or satellite subscription.
Cheapest Way Stream FS1 Online
The most affordable way to watch live FS1 streams legally is with Sling TV. Live FOX Sports 1 is available through Sling TVs “Blue Package.” You can even stream FS1 free for one week using this free trial. It also includes access to Fox Sports 2 (FS2.)
For details on Slings service offerings and the difference between them, check out my review of Sling TV.
Other Ways to Watch FS1 Online Without Cable
While Sling TV is the most affordable way to watch FS1 there are other live TV streaming services that offer access to FS1 live streaming. They are listed below with a brief description.
Stream FS1 on Hulu Live TV
Live streaming of FS1 is available through Hulu Live TV. As with Sling, there are no monthly contracts, so you can try their live TV service without fear of a long term commitment. Previously Hulu was known for their vast on-demand streaming library. It also includes FS2 and all the Fox Regional Sports networks if you live within the network’s market. Hulu Live TV is one of the best live TV streaming services available. It includes the following features:
- The basic package comes with 50 hours of cloud DVR storage. (Upgrades available)
- Watch on 2 screens at once. (Upgrades available)
- Comes with 6 customizable profiles
- Includes entire Hulu streaming library
Watch FS1 on FuboTV
FuboTV is a streaming service built for sports. It offers FS1, and FS2, along with 70+ other channels. You can get a 1-week free trial to watch FS1 live on FuboTV. After the trial on its basic package for $54.99/month. The FuboTV app is available on major platforms including AppleTV, AndroidTV, Roku, and Amazon FireTV. Check out our review of FuboTV for more details.
Watch FS1 on YouTubeTV
YouTubeTV also offers FS1 streaming live, as well as FS2. FS1 is included in the base package for $49.99 a month. Please read our review of YouTube TV for more details.
FS1 Streaming on AT&T TV Now
AT&T TV Now service is yet another way you can watch FS1. The service is priced at $60 per month. You can check out everything this service offers by taking advantage of their 7-day free trial or read about it in our AT&T TV Now review.
The Fox Sports GO Live Stream
Fox Sports Go is an all in one Fox Sports streaming app available on device browsers, Roku, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire Stick and Fire TV, andiOS and Android devices.
With Fox Sports Go, you can watch any channel in the Fox Sports network that’s included in your cable or live TV streaming subscription from one centralized app. That includes Fox Sports, FS1, FS2, Fox College Sports, Fox Soccer Plus, Fox Deportes, the Big Ten Network, and any regional Fox Sports channels you might have access to.
This is referred to as a “TV Everywhere” app. Typically, you need a cable provider login. However, with Fox Sports Go, every streaming service I mentioned in this article will work with Fox Sports Go as your TV provider login credentials. Considering all of these services offer free trials you can stream FS1 live free for quite some time just by rotating the various service’s trial offers.
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