Fox Sports doesn’t offer any free trial. You can stream all the content on the Fox Sports app for free with your Pay TV Subscription.
Fox Sports channels (FS1, FS2, and Fox Deportes) are available on several live TV streaming apps like Sling TV, Hulu, YouTube TV, DirecTV Stream, fuboTV, and Vidgo.
If you don’t have a TV Provider subscription, you can subscribe to any one of the services mentioned above. Among the list, Sling TV and Vidgo currently don’t offer any free trial. And Hulu doesn’t offer a free trial for the Hulu+Live TV plans.
But streaming apps like YouTube TV, DirecTV Stream, and fuboTV offer a free trial. You can sign up for these services and can stream the Fox Sports channel for free until the trial period.
In this article, you will learn all the possible ways to stream Fox Sports content for free.
How to Get 7-Day Free Trial on Fox Sports
fuboTV offers a 7-day free trial for users. By signing up for the fuboTV free trial, you can stream the Fox Sports channel free for 7 days.
#1. Go to the fuboTV website from a web browser on your Smartphone/PC.
#2. Navigate to the Pricing section and tap Start free trial displayed below your desired subscription plan.
#3. Tap Next and fill in the required details.
#4. Choose your payment method and enter the necessary details.
#5. Again, hit the Start free trial button to complete the process. Now, you can stream the Fox Sports 1 and Fox Sports 2 channels on the fuboTV app for free.
How to Sign Up for 2-Day Free Trial on Fox Sports
You can stream the Fox Sports channel for free by signing up for the YouTube TV free trial. The duration of the YouTube TV free trial period frequently changes. Currently, YouTube TV offers a free trial for 2 days.
#1. Navigate to the YouTube TV website from a browser on your PC.
#2. Tap the Try it Free button on the website and log in to your Google account.
#3. Hit Start Free Trial on the pop-up menu.
#4. Tap the Next button and choose your payment method.
#5. Follow the on-screen prompts and verify the payment details to start the free trial.
#6. Once done, you can live stream the FS1 and FS2 on the YouTube TV app free for 2 days.
How to Get 5-Day Free Trial on Fox Sports
You can sign up for the DirecTV Stream free trial to watch the Fox Sports channel for free.
#1. Visit the DirecTV Stream website from any browser on your PC.
#2. Scroll down and go to the Pricing section.
#3. Choose any plan and hit the Start 5-day free trial button on the next page.
#4. Enter the necessary details to create an account and tap Continue to payment.
#5. Select your payment mode and fill in the required details.
#6. Complete the payment verification to start the DirecTV Stream free trial.
#7. Now, launch the DirecTV Stream app on your device and watch the Fox Deportes, FS1, and FS2 channels free for 5 days.
If you wish to continue streaming the Fox Sports channel for the long run, subscribe to any one of the services after the end of the trial period. If not, ensure to cancel the free trial one day before the end of the trial period.
To cancel the free trial, go to the official website of the streaming service and log in to your account. Then, go to the Accounts section and cancel the free trial.
Frequently Asked Questions
No. The FS1 channel is not available on Amazon Prime Video.
Yes. You can stream Fox Sports on Hulu by subscribing to the Hulu+Live TV plan.
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