5 Best Apps To Watch Live Sports On Amazon Firestick

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5 Best Apps To Watch Live Sports On Amazon Firestick

There is nothing like watching a live game in a stadium. However, for obvious reasons, not all of us can often fulfill this dream. So, what do we do? We watch it at our home, at screenings, at a cafe, etc.

I enjoy watching football on big screens(TV especially). If that is not possible, I prefer to use my laptop. Watching a live game using my Amazon Firestick gives the best experience. No buffering and 4k quality set the vibe.

If you want to know about some best apps(paid/unpaid) to watch live sports on Amazon Firestick, you are at the right place.

1. ESPN(Paid)

If you can spend some money to watch live sports on your Firestick, ESPN might be a good option. ESPN provides live coverage of sports like,

  • Basketball,
  • Football,
  • Soccer,
  • Cricket,
  • Golf,
  • Tennis.

For the last four decades, ESPN has given live coverage of these sports and more. It gives the Firestick users an exclusive channel, ESPN For Fire TV. You can stream live sports, highlights, on-demand news, and also analysis of the games. You can download it directly from the Amazon app store.

2. Hulu(Paid)

Hulu is not just about TV shows and movies. It comes with a Live TV that allows users to stream their favorite live sports. You can watch channels like ESPN, ESPN2, and more like these. You can also get a free subscription for one month.

For now, live TV is available in the USA and Japan. However, if you are in the UK, India, Spain, or any other country, you can use a VPN to stream live games from there.

3. DAZN(Paid)

It is also a subscription-based streaming service. It also offers on-demand streaming of events with live matches. It is operative in countries like

  • The USA,
  • Canada,
  • Japan,
  • Germany,
  • Italy, 
  • Brazil and the list continues.

You can stream live sports like,

  • NFL,
  • UCL, UEL, Carabao Cup,
  • Seria A, Laliga, Ligue 1, 
  • ATP 250, and more.

It also offers a free one-month trial and allows users to cancel the subscription any time they want. Along with TVs, you can also use this app on smartphones, game consoles, tablets, and more. It is available on almost all app stores.

4. Mobdro(Free and Paid)

Mobdro is also a decent option if you want to stream live sports on your TV. It gives a fair competition to the Kodi application. You can watch several live TV channels for free. It is more of a tool than an app that searches the internet for free live streams. 

It is not available on the Amazon store, so you have to sideload it into your Firestick. To sideload or install a third-party app to your Firestick, you have to jailbreak it. You can convert your regular FireStick into a jailbroken one and know more by clicking on this link.

Mobdro also has a premium version which gives you more features like recording or downloading streams, an ad-free service, and more.

5. Sling TV

Sling TV does not charge you an extra fee to watch live sports. It gives you basic and premium plans which include sports channels and others. The best thing about Sling TV is that you only have to pay for the channels you want to use. 

You can get its app on the Amazon store. If you only want to use it to watch live sports(all of them), you can subscribe to Sports Extra Package. It comes under Sling Blue and Sling Orange plans. It includes sports like baseball, soccer, hockey, and basketball. You also get live content from ESPN and beIN.

Conclusion

There are more unofficial apps too that you can use, but you might put yourself at risk. You can get in legal trouble, unintentionally download a virus, and more. But if you still want to take these risks, you might want to use a VPN for additional security.

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