Cord Cutter Sports

​​​​​​​​​​​Watching Live Sports without Cable or Satellite​

 

​Live Sports  – Challenge for the Cord Cutter​
​​​​​​​​​​​ Nobody wants to watch the big game the next day, we want it live! And because some of the best content comes through the cable channels, getting your sports fix is the biggest challenge cord cutters face.  None the less there are some options. The list below is a work in progress. Please let us know in the comments section if your favorite is not included.
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4 Responses to Cord Cutter Sports

  1. Derrick Priebe says:

    Don’t forget MLS Live. Soccer is a sport too!

    http://live.mlssoccer.com/

  2. limboaz says:

    If your ISP is listed here:

    http://espn.go.com/watchespn/affList

    You should be eligible for a free WatchESPN subscription. Without a ESPN cable subscription most content will NOT be live, but the replay selection, especially with Xbox live is HUGE! There is also a WatchESPN app with Roku which has most of the major events available for replay (I watched almost all the college bowls this way).

  3. ndeeshchiinii says:

    NHL Vault. Similar to NFL Game Rewind. For $4.95/month you can watch the games after they’re broadcasted. https://gamecenter.nhl.com/nhlgc/secure/vaultsignup?cmpid=vlt:vnty

  4. Crabass says:

    The NHL app sucks, plain and simple. If your team happens to be a New York, Chicago, LA, Toronto based team, you are likely to watch maybe three to four games during a one month period. NBC Sportsnet is considered a “National Broadcast”, even though it is not really national, as it is a pay service. I don’t see how a pay service can be called “National”, as it is not broadcasted OTA.
    The NHL vault is fun to watch, but to pay $169 for a season, think about it? Is it worth it?
    Go to the neighborhood bar and watch it there, don’t pay for this weak service if your looking to watch your favorite home team.

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