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FuboTV Latino Review: Is It the Best Spanish-Language Plan for Sports Fans?

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If you’re a streaming service geared toward American fans of international soccer, you’re going to have a lot of non-English programming. And a lot of that is going to be in Spanish.

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So when FuboTV expanded in 2017 from a soccer-only service to all deportes, and then to a full-service cable replacement (with a focus on sports), it was only natural it would offer a Spanish-language plan.

Note that FuboTV offers service in Spain. See our review of it if that is where you are located.

We’ll take a look at the details of FuboTV’s Latino plan, but first, some background on FuboTV itself.

About FuboTV

FuboTV has 3 base plans, Pro, Elite, and Latino. It also has un montón de add-ons. Latino, of course, is all Spanish, both English base plans still have a sizable number of Spanish channels. Like the English plans, the Latino plan is a little (okay, a lot) sports-heavy.

FuboTV Plans and Add-Ons

FuboTV structures their service as you would expect. You start with a base plan and can combine it with add-ons.

Base Plans

  • Pro
    • Price: $69.99/mo
    • Channels: 110+
    • DVR storage: 1000 hours
    • Screens: 10
  • Elite
    • Price: $79.99/mo
    • Channels: 160+
    • DVR storage: 1000 hours
    • Screens: 10
  • Latino
    • Price: $32.99/mo
    • Channels: 40+
    • DVR storage: 250 hours
    • Screens: 2.

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Add-Ons

There are tech and channel-oriented add-ons.

Tech features
  • Cloud DVR 250 (for legacy accounts) — $9.99/mo
  • Cloud DVR 1000 — $16.99/mo
  • Family Share — 1 additional screen for 3 total screens — $5.99/mo
  • Unlimited Screens — 10 screens at home, 2 screens outside of home — $9.99/mo (if you also get Family Share, it adds 1 screen outside).

Additional Channels:

  • Premium channels
    • Showtime — $10.99/mo
    • Starz — $8.99/mo
    • Epix — $5.99/mo
    • Showtime + Starz + Epix bundle — $19.99/mo
    • AMC Premiere — $4.99/mo (AMC’s website says this plan has been discontinued in favor of AMC+)
    • Pantaya† — $5.99/mo
  • Sports Plus with NFL RedZone — 26 channels — $10.99/mo
  • Fubo Extra — 40+ channels — $7.99/mo (these are most of the channels you get in Elite that aren’t in Pro)
  • International Sports Plus† — 11 channels — $6.99/mo
  • Adventure Plus — 6 channels — $4.99/mo
  • News Plus — 11 channels — $2.99/mo (the rest of the channels you get in Elite that aren’t in Pro; some overlap with Fubo Extra)
  • NBA League Pass — 10 channels — $14.99/mo
  • Sports Lite — 8 channels — $9.99/mo
  • Latino Plus† — 21 Channels — $19.99/mo
  • RAI Italia — $8.99/mo
  • TV5MONDE — $9.99/mo
  • Portuguese Plus — 5 channels — $14.99/mo
  • Entretenimiento Plus† — 9 channels — $9.99/mo

† Mostly Spanish-language.

Latino Plan Overview

The Latino plan has over 40 channels, including family programming, música, lifestyle shows, telenovelas, and lots and lots of deportes. You also get all your local networks, including your Univision and UniMás affiliates.

Channels

Here’s a breakdown of sports versus non-sports canales — they split about 50-50.

Deportes

  • TUDNxtra 4
  • TUDNxtra 5
  • TUDNxtra 6
  • TUDNxtra 7
  • TUDNxtra 8
  • TUDNxtra 9
  • TUDNxtra 10
  • TUDNxtra 11
  • TyC Sports
  • Zona Futbol

Non-Deportes

  • CentroAmérica TV
  • Cine Sony
  • Cinelatino
  • Discovery en Español
  • Discovery Familia
  • Estrella News
  • Estrella TV
  • Fubo Latino Network
  • Galavisión
  • El Gourmet
  • Hogar HGTV
  • Más Chic
  • MTV Tr3s
  • Nat Geo Mundo
  • Nuestra Tele
  • Pasiones
  • Tastemade en Español
  • Telefe
  • Televisión Dominicana
  • UniMás
  • Univision
  • WAPA América.

Add-Ons

Below are the add-ons that provide primarily Spanish-language content.

Entretenimiento Plus

Fubo has a few add-ons aimed at Spanish-speakers, but only one of them complements the Latino package. The Entretenimiento Plus add-on is $9.99/mo for nine channels of music, telenovelas, películas, and lucha libre that aren’t included in the Latino base plan.

  • Antena 3 Internacional
  • Bandamax
  • De Película
  • De Película Clásico
  • FOROtv
  • Nuestra Tele Noticias 24
  • Ritmoson
  • TeleHit
  • Univision Tlnovelas.

Latino Plus Add-On

The 21 networks in the Latino Plus add-on are all already in the Latino base plan (except for BabyTV Spanish), so it would be better for bilingual households who want a bigger base plan but want Spanish channels too. 

  • BabyTV Spanish
  • CentroAmérica TV
  • Cine Sony
  • Cinelatino
  • Discovery en Español
  • Discovery Familia
  • ESPN Deportes
  • Estrella News
  • FOX Deportes
  • GolTV (Spanish)
  • El Gourmet
  • Hogar HGTV
  • Más Chic
  • MTV Tr3s
  • Nat Geo Mundo
  • Nuestra Tele
  • Pasiones
  • Telefe
  • Televisión Dominicana
  • TyC Sports
  • WAPA América
  • Zona Futbol

International Sports Plus Add-On

The International Sports Plus add-on has primarily Spanish-language channels. But, except for Real Madrid TV and the Fubo Latino Network, those stations are all also already included in both the Latino base plan and the Latino Plus add-on.

  • ESPN Deportes
  • FOX Deportes
  • FOX Soccer Plus
  • Fubo Latino Network
  • GolTV (English)
  • GolTV (Spanish)
  • Next Level Sports
  • Real Madrid TV
  • Tigo Sports
  • TyC Sports
  • Zona Futbol

Premium Channels

Many of the movies and shows on English-language premium channels have Spanish audio tracks or subtitles available. There are two channels that feature films and more en español from a variety of countries.

First, a Starz subscription is $8.99/mo for 7 Starz and Starz Encore channels, including Starz Encore Español.

And second, a more recent addition to Fubo’s offerings, you can now get Pantaya — on-demand movies for hispanohablantes — from Fubo for $5.99/mo.

Features

The Latino plan includes 250 hours of cloud DVR space. You can upgrade this to 1,000 hours, but the price is high: $16.99/mo extra.

Note that most other streaming services have unlimited DVR storage included. Fubo does allow you to keep your recordings for as long as you want, while other services auto-delete them after a certain number of months.

Included in the Latino plan is the ability to watch on 2 devices at once, anywhere. You can upgrade that to the industry standard of 3 devices by getting the Family Share upgrade for $5.99/mo.

For $9.99/mo, you can upgrade to Unlimited Screens. That means you can stream on up to 10 devices on your home network. If you get Unlimited Screens without Family Share, you’re still limited to 2 streams outside your home. You need both to get the full 10 devices at home plus 3 outside that’s included with the English plans.

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FuboTV Devices

FuboTV is available on all the standard streaming platforms:

  • Amazon Fire TV
  • Android mobile
  • Android TV
  • Apple TV 
  • Chromecast
  • Hisense smart TVs
  • iOS mobile
  • LG smart TVs
  • Roku
  • Samsung smart TVs
  • VIZIO smart TV
  • Web browsers
  • Xbox One.

Please see our devices page for a more detailed list.

Fubo Latino Alternatives

Not all streaming services have a Spanish-language base plan. Hulu + Live TV only has a small add-on and YouTube TV offers the handful of Spanish channels you could get with an antenna. 

But if you don’t like the value-for-dollar or lack of features on Fubo Latino, there are other options. For instance, you could get Fubo Pro and the Latino Plus add-on, with a whole lot more channels and the upgrade features.

If you’re looking for Latino channels that are less expensive or less sports-oriented, here are your main options:

  • Sling TV Latino: “Best of Spanish TV” base plan (20+ channels, $10/mo) plus your choice of regional channel packages from Mexico, the Caribbean, South America, Central America, and Spain for $10/mo each. (Sling TV Latino review)
  • Vidgo Spanish Mas: 45+ channels for $29.95/mo with a fair amount of sports.
  • DIRECTV STREAM Español Add-On: 55 channels for $15/mo, but it’s an add-on, so you need a base plan, and they start at $69.99/mo.

More information can be found on our Spanish Language TV page.

Wrapping Up

FuboTV’s Latino plan definitely offers Spanish-speaking viewers a solid deal, especially for sports fans, though one can’t help but feel they’re inflating their channel count a bit with all those TUDNxtra overflow channels. Those less invested in following partidos de fútbol may want to take a look at the Latino plans Sling and Vidgo offer for a more informed decision.

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Alanna Baker
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