Are you ready for the 2017 Confederations Cup? With eight teams facing off (Russia, Portugal, Mexico, New Zealand, Germany, Cameroon, Chile, and Australia), it’s bound to be an exciting couple of weeks. The action takes place in Russia, but you can watch at home – and in fact, you can watch the Confederations Cup live stream without cable TV!
For folks looking to stream the Confederations Cup online, the options are much more plentiful than they have been in the past. This year, it will be quite easy to access Confederation Cup streaming. We’ve outlined your best options in the guide below.
Use fuboTV for the Confederations Cup Live Stream
fuboTV is an online service that gives you access to tons of top-quality channels. It’s an easy way to watch sports online, and also keep up with the day’s news, the latest TV shows, and more. It costs $35 a month, with no contract, and it’s super easy to use!
fuboTV will provide full access to Confederations Cup streaming, because FS1, FS2 and FOX are all included. Additionally, access to the FOX Sports Go app is also offered, and the App will broadcast all the games. In addition to these channels, enjoy networks like NBCSN, FOX News, FX, USA, Bravo and more. See our fuboTV review for all the details.
Want to get the Confederations Cup stream free? You can also start off with a free 7-day trial!
Stream the Confederations Cup on DIRECTV NOW
DIRECTV NOW is a full-scale cable alternative, serving up a whopping 60+ channels for just $35 a month. Better yet, no contract is required. It’s very easy to use, and offers a killer lineup of channels, and access to the Confederations Cup live stream.
Both FS1 and FS2 are included in some packages from DIRECTV NOW, and FOX is available in select markets. So, you can watch Confederations Cup online pretty easily with the service. You can enjoy the stream on your Roku/Apple TV/streaming player, or on your smartphone, tablet or computer. Take a look at our DIRECTV NOW review to learn more.
DIRECTV NOW’s free 7-day trial offers a great way to demo the service without spending a dime.
Get the Confederations Cup Stream on Sling TV
Sling TV is a live streaming service that gives you 40+ channels for $25 per month. No contract is required, and the service supports most major devices. FS1 and FS2 are both included, as is FOX in some areas. So, the Confederations Cup live stream is easy to get on Sling!
You’ll want to choose the Sling Blue package to get the right channels for Confederations Cup 2017 streaming. Our Sling TV review has more info, if you’re curious.
To get the Confederation Cup live stream free, try a free 7-day trial of Sling TV.
PlayStation Vue is another viable option to watch Confederations Cup online. It has plans priced from $30 a month, and includes all the networks that will host Confederations Cup games this season. Note that FOX is only live in some markets, while FS1 and FS2 are nationwide.
You can use Vue on your PlayStation console, on iOS and Android devices, and more. 45+ channels are included in the base package, and no contract is required. Take a look at our PlayStation Vue review to learn more.
Vue now also offers a free 5-day trial for new customers.
What Channel is the Confederations Cup On?
The 2017 Confederations Cup will air on a combination of FS1, FS2, and FOX. All three of these channels are available via fuboTV, which offers a free 7-day trial. You can also watch these channels via the other services described above. And for more general info, our soccer streaming guide has more information.