5 Great Roku Channels for Sports Fans

ROKU-4-REMOTE-3QUARTER-USBCord cutters used to have to make a decision between sports and cord cutting. Now it is easier than ever to be a cord cutter and still get access to all the sports you could ever want.

Since Sling TV came out, you can even get every ESPN channel and 25+ other channels for just $25 a month. (Or $20 if you just want ESPN and ESPN2.)

But what if you do not want to pay for ESPN and just want some great sports coverage? We have you covered. Here are our top 5 Roku Channels for cord cutters.

Sports-Illustrated-RokuSports Illustrated

Sports Illustrated brings Roku users a ton of 100% free content—from clips to hour-long shows and even a daily sports news program.

You can add the Sports Illustrated channel to your Roku here: https://channelstore.roku.com/details/51324/sports-illustrated

From Roku.com:

Sports Illustrated offers sports fans trusted, authentic, agenda-free reporting and storytelling featuring sports news, scores, photos, columns and expert analysis from the world of sports including NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB, NASCAR, college basketball, college football, golf, soccer, tennis, and fantasy.

CBSSportsCBS Sports

If you want live content or a ton of great sports shows and clips make sure to check out CBS’s Sports Roku Channel. They often stream full games aired on CBS and will even be airing Super Bowl 50 live and 100% free!

You can add CBS Sports to your Roku here: https://channelstore.roku.com/details/17112/cbs-sports

Red BullRed Bull TV

If you are looking for something a bit more extreme, check out the Red Bull TV channel on your Roku. From mud racing to snowboarding Red Bull TV has a ton of original high quality content. They even have great shows covering a wide range of content.

You can add Red Bull TV to your Roku here: https://channelstore.roku.com/details/51320/red-bull-tv

From Roku.com:

Red Bull TV is global entertainment for the active viewer. Enjoy exclusive access to live sports events, the world’s top music festivals, inspirational films and popular series.

WWEWWE Network

Love wrestling? The best way to follow the WWE is not on cable but online! The WWE Network was one of the first standalone live cord cutting services, and it offers live WWE events and shows. It also brings you a huge catalog of older events on-demand for your enjoyment.

You can add the WWE Network to your Roku here: https://channelstore.roku.com/details/37966/wwe-network

From Roku.com:

A 24/7 streaming network with every WWE pay-per-view LIVE – including WrestleMania! Download the FREE WWE app now. If you’re a subscriber, enjoy instant unlimited access to this and more. Not a subscriber yet? Start your Free Month today at WWE.com/roku.

NBA, NFL, NHL, and More…

Roku is full of great sports channels—many of them are made by the conferences themselves. Although often they only have clips available to cord cutters, there is still a ton of great content available through these apps.

So make sure to explore the Sports section in your channel store and try out the over 100 channels available there. https://channelstore.roku.com/browse/sports

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