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How to Watch FS1 & FS2 On Roku, Fire TV, Android, iOS, and Apple TV

3 men watching sports on tvFox Sports 1 (FS1) has become a must-have for many sports fans. With FS1 and FS2 you will find live sports coverage from places like NASCAR, college football, and MLB games. We also recently learned that some XFL games will air on FS1 in the Spring of 2020.

You can watch FS1 on live TV streaming services, including Sling TVPlayStation Vue, YouTube TVAT&T TV NOW, fuboTV and more. In this post, we’re looking at each of those services.

Sling TV

You can still get the Sling TV deal for 40% off of all packages for the first three months, making Orange and Blue $15 each and the combination of the two just $25. Sling also has a 14 day free trial deal for a limited time.

To watch FS1, you’ll need either the Sling Blue package or the Orange + Blue combination. With these, you’ll also get FS2 and Fox Sports in select markets.

PlayStation Vue

PlayStation Vue starts at $49.99/month for the Access package to get both FS1 and FS2 plus channels like ESPN.

YouTube TV

For $49.99/month you can get a subscription to YouTube TV which includes FS1 and FS2 as well as Fox Sports in its channel lineup. You can create up to 6 profiles with each YouTube TV subscription, so you can set your own profile up to show and record games when your favorite teams play.

AT&T TV NOW

When you sign up for AT&T TV NOW, you’ll choose from two package options. The Plus option costs $50/month and you’ll get FS1. If you choose the Max package for $70/month, you’ll get both FS1 and FS2.

fuboTV

fuboTV is one of the best streaming services for sports fans. fuboTV costs $54.99/month and includes a huge collection of channels. With fuboTV, you’ll get FS1 as well as Fox Sports. The best part is fuboTV offers some FS1 events in 4K.

Check out our channel guide HERE to get a complete breakdown of channels on each streaming service.

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