How to Watch the Gold Cup Online without Cable

By July 10, 2017 No Comments

Watch the Gold Cup Online

Dates: July 7th through 26th
Networks: FS1, FS2, FXX & Univision for Spanish coverage
Live Stream: fuboTV (free 7-day trial)

From now until the 26th of July, the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup will be underway. The tournament features 12 teams with 3 groups of 4. Mexico and the U.S. are considered early favorites, but with so much talent taking the field, fans could be in for some surprises. This year, it’s possible to watch the Gold Cup online, and we’ll show you how!

Can you watch the Gold Cup without cable TV? You sure can! In fact, it’s easier than ever to access Gold Cup streaming, thanks to several streaming services that offer an alternative to cable TV. Learn more below.


Watch the Gold Cup Online via fuboTV

fuboTV is one of our favorite services for sports fans. It’s designed with sports fans (and soccer fans in particular) in mind. The service gives you access to 60+ channels, about 50% of which revolve around sports. Key channels include FS1, FS2, Unvision, BeIN Sports, FXX, USA, FOX News, NBCSN, and much more. See the full list in our fuboTV review.

You can sign up for fuboTV and pay just $35 a month to watch all the soccer & live sports you can handle. It works over the internet, streaming to your favorite devices (Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, mobile phones, etc.) No contract is required, so you’re never locked in. And, since it provides all the Gold Cup channels, fuboTV will give you the Gold Cup live stream for the entire tournament!

Start off with a FREE 7-day trial of fuboTV to watch the Gold Cup online free for a week!


Get the Gold Cup Stream via DIRECTV NOW


DIRECTV NOW is another great option which offers a greater variety of channels. Unlike fuboTV, which is mostly meant for sports fans, DIRECTV NOW is meant to be a complete cable TV alternative. It serves up 60+ channels, with everything from ESPN, FS1, and FS2 to FOX News, AMC, TNT and TBS. Our DIRECTV NOW review has the full channel list.

Prices run $35 a month for the basic package, with no contract required. The service is quite simple to use, and you can stream the Gold Cup using DIRECTV NOW from any of your favorite devices.

Want to learn more? Try a free 7-day trial today!


Sling TV Gives You the Gold Cup Live Stream

Sling TV is a service that is similar to DIRECTV NOW. Plans start from $20 a month, and some packages include FS1 and FS2, the channels that will host Gold Cup streaming. Our Sling TV review has the full channel list.

Sling is contract-free, and works on most devices. If you’re in need of a device to use, you can score a great deal on a new device if you sign up for Sling TV and prepay for a few months.

Sling also offers a free 7-day trial so you can get the Gold Cup live stream free for a week.


Watch Gold Cup Without Cable on PlayStation Vue

PlayStation Vue is another solid option that is similar to DIRECTV NOW and Sling TV. For $40 a month, you can get 45+ channels, including the CONCACAF Gold Cup channels. So, it’s the most expensive on the list, but still provides coverage.

Vue works on most devices, and does not require a contract. Read more in ourPS Vue review, or start things off for free with a FREE 5-day trial!


Use FOX Soccer Match Pass to Stream Gold Cup

FOX Soccer Match Pass is a new streaming service offered directly from FOX Sports. It offers live and on-demand streaming of tons of soccer, covering several different leagues and tournaments. Prices start from $19.99 a month, with no contract. It’s just one more way to watch the Gold Cup online.


What Channel is the CONCACAF Gold Cup On?

This season, the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup will air on a combination of FS1, FS2, and FXX. For Spanish coverage, Univision will provide the action. See the full schedule for details. You can stream ALL of these channels online with a service like fuboTV, which offers a 7-day free trial for new members. You can also learn more in our soccer streaming guide.

Austin Meadows

Author Austin Meadows

Austin Meadows is a cord-cutting reporter living in the rainy but beautiful Pacific North West. Disclosure: Streaming Observer is supported by readers. Articles may contain referral links. For more information, see the disclosure at the bottom of the page.

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