Sports fans occasionally find their teams playing on secondary sports networks like FS2 (Fox Sports 2) that aren’t included in most basic cable packages. We detail all best ways to stream FS2 without a cable plan and compare the pricing and quality of their streams. A lot of the streaming services available offer a free trial ranging from 5 to 7 days and you can cancel at any time. Browse the information below to find the best place to stream your game on FS2 without having a cable plan.
Best Options To Stream FS2 Without Cable:
Sling TV is our choice to stream FS2 without cable. You can get FS2 within their Blue package which starts at $25 per month (after a 7-day free trial). Along with FS2, you’ll also have access to stream FS1, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN 3, ESPN U and much more. Sling TV is available on almost all major streaming devices along with iOS (iPhone and iPad). You can use your subscription to Sling TV to also access the apps for most sports streaming channels which can sometimes give you a better picture and streaming quality depending on numerous factors. Sling TV is currently our choice for streaming FS2. In order to get FS2, you’ll need to sign up for the Sling Orange plan ($20 per month) and then add the sports package ($5 per month).
DirecTV Now has FS2 available within their “Go Big” package which also comes with almost all of the major sports channels available. If you’re looking for a service that has every sports network available to stream then this is your option, but for just FS2 and the basic sports packages then there are cheaper options such as the Sling TV package above. DirecTV doesn’t have FS2 in their basic packages so you’ll have to pay around $60 per month to get the channel. They do have a free 7-day trial and the “Go Big” plan will give you just about any channel you could need to watch sports. DirecTV Now also usually has promo codes available to help you get big discounts for the first few months.
PlayStation Vue has FS2 within their basic “Access” package. Along FS2, you’ll also get other channels for sports such as FS1, ESPN, ESPN 2, and NBCSN. They have a 5-day free trial to test out their service using devices such as PS4, Apple TV, Android TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Google Chromecast, and iOS (iPhone and iPad). Your subscription will also give you access to apps like Fox Sports Go and Watch ESPN. After you 5-day free trial the price will go up to $39.99 per month for the “Access” package.
FuboTV is a streaming service that’s dedicated to just sports. If you’re someone who only watches sports live and not other channels then you’ll want to see what they have to offer. They have FS2 in their main channels package (Fubo Premier) along with ESPN, ESPN 2, ESPN U, Fox, FS1, NBCSN, CBS Sports Network, Big Ten Network, NFL Network, and more. They have a 7-day free trial and a discounted rate for your first 2 months (19.99 per month). This is an option for those looking to just get Fox Sports 2, major sports channels and the very basics of everything else like HGTV and news networks.
We will update this page as we find more services that help you stream FS2 online and on your devices. Most of these services do come with a free trial, so you can take advantage of those to watch a game and see if the service is right for you. Leave your comments and questions below about streaming FS2.