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How to Chromecast Fox Sports App Content to TV

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Chromecast Fox Sports

Fox Sports is the one-stop destination to watch all sporting events, including NBA, NHL, MLB, PGA, NHL, EPL, and more. It just requires your TV provider subscription to stream the entire content without any cost. If you have installed the Fox Sports app on Android or iPhone, you will have the advantage of casting the sports content to the TV via a Chromecast device.

Things you need:

  • A Chromecast device or Chromecast built-in tv.
  • The latest version of the Fox Sports app on your Android or iPhone.
  • The latest version of Chrome browser on your Windows or Mac.
  • A stable WiFi connection.

Chromecast Fox Sports Using Android & iPhone

Before casting the Fox Sports app, ensure that the casting device and the Chromecast are connected to the same network.

#1. Connect the Chromecast to the HDMI port of your TV.

#2. Turn on your TV and choose the proper input source.

#3. Connect the Chromecast to a stable WiFi connection with the help of the Google Home app.

#4. Launch the Fox Sports app on your Android or iPhone. If you haven’t installed it, get it from the Play Store and App Store.

#5. Tap the Cast icon that you can see in the top right corner.

Note – The cast icon will not appear if the devices are connected to different networks.

Tap the Cast Icon

#6. Choose your Chromecast name and wait for a few seconds.

#7. The Fox Sports logo will appear on your TV. Now, play the content and watch it on the TV.

Chromecast Fox Sports Using Windows & Mac

Like the previous method, the Chrome browser installed PC and the Chromecast device must be on the same WiFi network.

#1. Open Chrome browser on your Windows or Mac and ensure it runs on the latest firmware (Three-dotted icon at the top right corner → HelpAbout Google Chrome).

#2. Visit the official site of Fox Sports (https://www.foxsports.com/) and tap the Sign In option on the left-side menu pane.

#3. Choose the TV Provider Sign In option.

TV provider sign in

#4. Choose your TV provider and enter the necessary login credentials (username and password).

Chromecast Fox Sports

#5. After signing in, play the media you want and tap the three-dotted icon on the top right corner of the Chrome browser.

#6. Choose the Cast option.

Chromecast Fox Sports

#7. Tap on your Chromecast name.

#8. The browser will appear on the Chromecast-connected TV, including the Fox Sports content.

Streaming Services to Chromecast Fox Sports

Apart from the dedicated Fox Sports app, you can also cast Fox Sports using various streaming services. Those services require a monthly or annual subscription to stream Fox Sports and other popular channels.

Some of the best services to try out are

Troubleshooting Fox Sports App Not Working With Chromecast

No cast icon on the Fox Sports app – The cast icon on the Fox Sports app will not appear if the devices are connected to the same network.

Fox Sports keeps buffering on Chromecast – The Fox Sports app requires a strong internet connection to play Live matches. If you have a poor internet connection, the match will start to buffer while casting.

Other General solutions

  • Restart the Chromecast, and it will fix the temporary issues on the device.
  • Update the Fox Sports app installed on your smartphone. While using Windows and Mac, update teh Chrome browser firmware to the latest version.
  • Update the Chromecast to the latest version using Google Home.

FAQ

How much does the Fox Sports app cost?

The media content on the Fox Sports app is entirely free to stream with an active TV provider subscription.

Is it possible to watch Fox Sports without a TV provider?

Yes. You can stream Fox Sports without a TV provider through streaming services like YouTube TV, Sling TV, Hulu, and many more.

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