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Fubo Packages: Pick the Best & Cheapest Plan You Need to Replace Cable

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FuboTV has long offered great plans and a selection of channels for sports fans but today it offers so much more. Get the details here!

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There are a lot of ways to watch TV nowadays. Long gone are the days when cable TV was the only option. Today, consumers have a wide range of alternatives, many of which can save you a ton of money.

One such service is Fubo (also known as FuboTV), an online streaming platform that’s known for its great live sports coverage but has become one of the best overall streaming platforms around. Below, we go over the details of Fubo plans and the channels that are available for subscribers.

Fubo allows you to try out its service with a free trial.

Like cable TV, Fubo lets you watch live TV from a variety of channels. And also like cable, there are several different packages as well as add-ons to choose from. We will break down the full Fubo channels list in this guide, and also cover the basics of how this service works.

Fubo Plans and Pricing

FuboTV was started in 2015 as a way to stream the wide world of international soccer to underserved audiences in the United States. It gradually grew to cover all sports and today it offers a broad channel lineup that covers everything you would find in a cable subscription — and quite a lot more.

In 2023, FuboTV changed its name to Fubo.

There are four Fubo plans. Three are geared toward English-language customers: Pro, Elite, and Premier. The fourth, Fubo’s Latino plan, serves North America’s substantial Spanish-speaking audience.

Billing periodMonthlyMonthlyMonthlyMonthly
Cloud DVR Storage (hours)
† Watch Fubo simultaneously on 10 devices at home and three remotely.
FuboTV Home Page
Fubo home page gives you easy access to the most popular live programming.

Fubo Channels Comparison

Many people still think that Fubo is just a streaming service for sports fans. But that is a very limited view. As discussed below, Fubo offers a great selection of live programming for sports — especially international sports where no service really compares.

But Fubo offers the full package with pretty much everything you would expect from a cable provider except for the Turner (eg, CNN, TNT, Cartoon Network), AMC, A&E, and HBO-related channels.

911 Network
ABC News Live
Africanews English
American Heroes Channel (AHC)
Animal Planet
At Home with Family Handyman
beIN Sports (1, 4-8)
beIN Sports En Español
beIN Sports Xtra
beIN Sports Xtra En Español
BET Jams
BET Soul
The Big Dish
Big Ten Network (B1G) (plus 2-4)
Bloomberg Plus
Bloomberg Quicktake
The Bob Ross Channel
CBS Sports Network (CBSSN)
Cheddar News
Circle TV
Cleo TV
CNBC World
Comedy Central
Comedy Dynamics
Cooking Channel
Cozi TV
Curiosity Channel
The CW
Dark Matter
The Design Network
Destination America
Discovery Channel
Discovery Family
Discovery Life
Disney Channel
Disney Junior
Disney XD
Dove Channel
The Elvis Presley Channel
Fail Army
Food Network
Fox Business
Fox LiveNOW
Fox News
Fox Soul
Fox Weather
FS1 4K
Fubo Movie Network
Fubo Sports Network (1-3)
Game Show Network (GSN)
Golf Channel
Great American Family
Great American Living
Hallmark Channel
Hallmark Drama
Hallmark Movies & Mysteries
Investigation Discovery (ID)
ION Plus
ION Mystery
Jewelry TV (JTV)
Justice Central
Law & Crime
Local Now
Logo TV
Magnolia Network
Marquee Sports Network
MLB Network
MTV Classic
MTV Live
myNetwork TV
Nat Geo Wild
National Geographic
NBC News Now
NBC Universo
NFL Network
NHL Network
Nick Jr
Origin Sports Network
Pac-12 Insider
Pac-12 Network
Paramount Network
People Are Awesome
People TV
The Pet Collective
Pop TV
Real Madrid TV
Real Nosey
Revry News
Scripps News
SEC Network
Smithsonian Channel
Sony Movie Channel
Swerve Sports
Tastemade Home
Tastemade Travel
Tennis Channel
Ticker News
Toon Goggles
Travel Channel
TUDN (plus TUDNxtra 1-11)
TV Land
Universal Kids
The Weather Channel
Women’s Sports Network
The Young Turks (TYT)
Zona Futbol
Channel availability with the Pro and Elite Fubo Plans. The Premier Plan contains the same channels as the Elite plan, with the addition of the nine Showtime channels.

Here are the channels in the Latino plan:

beIN Sports
Centro America TV
Cine Sony
Discovery en Español
Discovery Familia
El Gourmet
ESPN Deportes
Fox Deportes
Fubo Latino Network
GolTV Spanish
Más Chic
Nat Geo Mundo
Nuestra Tele
Sony Cine
Tastemade en Espanol
Televisión Dominicana
TyC Sports
WAPA America
Zona Futbol
Channel availability with the Fubo Latino plans.

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Fubo Sports Channels

There are four kinds of sports channels:

  • General: These channels cover a variety of sports depending upon what’s going on in the world. Examples include ESPN and FS2 (Fox Sports 2).
  • Single sport: These channels focus on a particular sport although they may program other things. Examples include Golf Channel and Tennis Channel.
  • League: These channels cover a specific league. There is some crossover with single-sport channels. Examples include NBA Network and Big Ten Network.
  • Regional: These channels provide a large amount of coverage of sporting events that don’t have an audience big enough for national coverage. They are referred to as “regional sports networks” or RSNs. The channels included in Fubo packages depend upon where you live. For more information, see Local Channels below.
FuboTV Sports Tab
Fubo sports tab gives you easy access to live games.

Pro Sports Channels

The following table provides all the sports channels for fubo’s Pro plan subscribers. There are a total of 36 sports channels. Most subscribers will also get one or more regional sports networks (RSNs).

See Local Channels for more information about this.

  • beIN Sports
  • beIN Sports 4
  • beIN Sports 5
  • beIN Sports 6
  • beIN Sports 7
  • beIN Sports 8
  • beIN Sports Xtra
  • beIN Sports Ñ
  • beIN Sports Xtra Ñ
  • B1G
  • B1G 2
  • B1G 3
  • B1G 4
  • ESPN
  • ESPN2
  • FS1
  • FS2
  • FS1 4K
  • Fubo Sports
  • Golf Channel
  • NFL Network
  • Origin Sports Network
  • Pac-12 Insider
  • Real Madrid TV
  • Swerve Sports
  • TUDN
  • TUDNxtra 1
  • TUDNxtra 2
  • TUDNxtra 3
  • TUDNxtra 4
  • TUDNxtra 5
  • TUDNxtra 6
  • TUDNxtra 7
  • TUDNxtra 8
  • TUDNxtra 9
  • TUDNxtra 10
  • TUDNxtra 11
  • Women’s Sports Network

Elite Sports Channels

The Elite plan comes with the 36 sports channels (plus any RSNs) included in the Pro plan plus 13 more:

  • Stadium 2
  • Stadium 3
  • Tennis Channel
  • Zona Futbol

Fubo Latino

Even though the Latino plan only includes 40 channels, 21 of them are sports-oriented:

  • beIN Sports
  • beIN Sports Ñ
  • beIN Sports Xtra Ñ
  • ESPN Deportes
  • Estrella
  • Fox Deportes
  • GolTV
  • TUDN
  • TUDNxtra 1
  • TUDNxtra 2
  • TUDNxtra 3
  • TUDNxtra 4
  • TUDNxtra 5
  • TUDNxtra 6
  • TUDNxtra 7
  • TUDNxtra 8
  • TUDNxtra 9
  • TUDNxtra 10
  • TUDNxtra 11
  • TyC Sports
  • ZonaFutol

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Sports Channel Add-Ons

All the Fubo plans (especially Elite/Premier) provide good coverage of sports. But Fubo offers more — especially when it comes to international sports.

Sports Plus With NFL RedZone

At $10.99/mo, Sport Plus features NFL RedZone, which presents 7 hours of live games each Sunday afternoon during the season. It’s big thing is showing the local stream of every game when a team reaches the red zone (20-yard line, and hence the name). But it offers a lot more including NCAA football, NBA, NHL, and more.

There is a fair amount of crossover between Sports Plus and Fubo Extra (see below), which is included with the Elite plan. The channels in both are marked with the † symbol.

  • ACCN†
  • ESPNU†
  • ESPNews†
  • Fight Network
  • Fuel TV
  • Game+ Network
  • IMPACT! Wrestling
  • MLB Network†
  • MLB Strikezone
  • NBA TV†
  • Next Level Sports
  • NFL RedZone
  • NHL Network†
  • Pac-12 Network†
  • Pac-12 Arizona
  • Pac-12 Bay Area
  • Pac-12 Los Angeles
  • Pac-12 Mountain
  • Pac-12 Oregon
  • Pac-12 Washington
  • Racing America
  • SEC Network†
  • Sportsgrid
  • Stadium
  • Stadium 1
  • Stadium 2
  • Stadium 3
  • Tennis Channel†
  • Unbeaten
  • World Poker Tour
  • Zona Futbol†

International Sports Plus

For $6.99/mo, International Sports Plus offers 12 channels focused on soccer. There is some overlap with the Latino Plus (†) add-on:

  • ESPN Deportes†
  • FOX Deportes†
  • FOX Soccer Plus
  • Fubo Latino Network (1 & 2)
  • Fubo Sports Network (2 & 3)
  • GolTV English
  • GolTV Spanish†
  • Real Madrid TV
  • TyC Sports†
  • Zona Futbol†.

Adventure Plus

With Adventure Plus, you get 6 sports-adjacent channels for $4.99/mo. They focus on hunting, fishing, adventure, and (in one case) motorsports. These channels are not available in any other add-on.

RAI Italia

At $8.99/mo, RAI Italia features content about Italian culture. It features Italian-language coverage of Serie A and Coppa Italia soccer matches.


TV5MONDE is a French-language channel for $9.99/mo. It covers soccer, rugby, and other sports in addition to more general entertainment content.

4K Events

Fubo’s Elite and Premier plans offer over 130 events in 4K. These include major events such as the Super Bowl, March Madness, NASCAR, and much more. They provide a list of upcoming events streamed in 4K. Note that not all devices support 4K streaming.

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Fubo Local Channels

There are two kinds of local channels that Fubo provides: network affiliates and regional stations. Their availability is dependent upon the location of the subscriber.

There are 8 networks that Fubo provides access to. Five of them are English language: ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, and The CW. And three are Spanish language: Telemundo, Univision, and UniMás.

Most locations provide access to affiliates to the majority of these networks. Some, like Philadelphia and San Francisco, provide them all. The coverage in more remote locations is worse. For example, Fubo provides access only to the NBC affiliate (WVGN) in the Virgin Islands.

FuboTV Local Channels
Under the Guide tab in the Fubo interface, you can filter so you see only the local stations that are part of your plan.

Fubo offers at least some regional stations in most areas. These include important regional sports networks (RSPs), which can be critical additions for local fans.

For more details, check out our Fubo Local Channels guide.

TV Everywhere

Fubo provides great access to TV Everywhere applications. This allows you to watch content from 85+ live channels directly on their own apps. The apps include:

  • ABC
  • AHC Go
  • Animal Planet Go
  • BBC America
  • BET Now
  • beIN Sports Connect
  • Bravo Now
  • BTN2Go
  • CBS
  • CBS Sports
  • cmt.com
  • CNBC
  • Comedy Central App
  • Destination America Go
  • Discovery Go
  • Discovery en Espanol Go
  • Discovery Family Go
  • Discovery Familia Go
  • Discovery Life Go
  • DisneyNow
  • E! Now
  • ESPN
  • Fox Business Go
  • Fox News Go
  • Freeform TV
  • FX NOW
  • Hallmark Channel Everywhere
  • Investigation Discovery Go
  • logo.com
  • MotorTrend
  • MGM+ Stream With TV
  • MTV
  • MSG GO
  • MSNBC Now App
  • Nat Geo TV
  • Nick app
  • NBC
  • Golf Channel App
  • My Teams by NBC Sports
  • Universo Now
  • NESN Go
  • NFL Network
  • Watch OWN
  • Oxygen App
  • Pac 12 Now App
  • Paramount Network App
  • Pop Now
  • Science Channel Go
  • Showtime Anytime
  • Smithsonian Channel App
  • NBC Sports SNY
  • NBC Sports SNY-Mets
  • Syfy App
  • Telemundo App
  • TLC Go
  • TUDN
  • TV Land App
  • Universal Kids App
  • Univision
  • USA App
  • VH1

Probably the most important of these are the TUDN app and beIN Sports Connect because they provide access to a large number of channels. But you can access them all from within the Fubo app itself.

Non-Sports Channel Add-ons

Fubo provides general and premium channel add-ons.

Premium Channel Add-Ons

Here are the main premium network add-ons available with Fubo.


The Showtime add-on costs $10.99/mo and is included with the Premier plan. It provides 9 channels:

  • Showtime 2
  • Showtime Beyond
  • Showtime East
  • Showtime Extreme
  • Showtime Family
  • Showtime Next
  • Showtime Showcase
  • Showtime West
  • Showtime Women.


For $9.99/mo, the STARZ add-on includes 7 channels:

  • Starz
  • Starz Encore
  • Starz Encore Espanol
  • Starz Edge
  • Starz Comedy
  • Starz inBlack
  • Starz Kids and Family.


Three channels come with the MGM+ add-on for $5.99/mo:

  • MGM+
  • MGM+ Hits
  • MGM+ Marquee.


Pantaya offers a wide variety of on-demand Spanish-language movies for $5.99/mo.

FOX Nation

For $5.99/mo, you can subscribe to this on-demand complement to FOX News. FOX Nation features 5,000 hours of original content from familiar FOX News personalities, including Sean Hannity, Tucker Carlson, Laura Ingraham, and Nancy Grace. Plus, you get tons of lifestyle and reality shows like Duck Family Treasure and In the Valley of Sin.

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General Channel Add-Ons

Fubo offers several channel add-ons besides the sports options discussed above.


The Extra add-on costs $7.99 and provides 50 additional channels. Note that it is included with the Elite and Premier plans.

  • 911 Network
  • ACCN
  • AHC
  • At Home with Family Handyman
  • BET Her
  • BET Jams
  • BET Soul
  • Circle TV
  • CNBC World
  • Cooking Channel
  • Destination America
  • Discovery Family
  • Discovery Life
  • Dust
  • The Elvis Presley Channel
  • ESPNews
  • FXM
  • GSN
  • Great American Living
  • INSP
  • InWonder
  • Justice Central
  • Logo TV
  • MLB Network
  • MTV Classic
  • MTV Live
  • MTV2
  • MTVU
  • Nat Geo Wild
  • NBA TV
  • NHL Network
  • NickMusic
  • Nicktoons
  • Nosey
  • Outside
  • Pac-12 Network
  • People Are Awesome
  • People TV
  • PokerGO
  • Real Nosey
  • RetroCrush
  • Revry
  • Science
  • SEC Network
  • Sony Movie Channel
  • TeenNick
  • Tennis Channel
  • WeatherSpy
  • Zona Futbol

News Plus

The News Plus add-on is $2.99 and offers 11 global news channels. It’s included with the Elite and Premier plans. CNBC World can also be found in Fubo Extra.

  • Africanews English
  • Bloomberg Plus
  • Bloomberg Quicktake
  • Cheddar News
  • CNBC World†
  • Euronews
  • i24NEWS
  • newsNET
  • Revry News
  • ticker NEWS
  • The Young Turks

Foreign-Language Add-Ons

Fubo offers three other foreign-language add-on packages:

  • Latino Plus ($19.99/mo): 15 Spanish-language sports and entertainment channels (Baby TV, Cine Sony Television, Discovery en Español, Discovery Familia, ESPN Deportes, El Gourmet, FOX Deportes, FOX Life, GolTV Spanish, Más Chic, Nat Geo Mundo, Nuestra Tele, Telefe, Tr3s, Zona Futbol).
  • Entretenimiento Plus ($4.99/mo): 10 channels from Spain and Latin America: Antena 3, Bandamax De Pelicula, De Pelicula Clasico, FORO TV, NTN24, Ritmoson, Telehit Urbano, Telehit, Univision Telenovelas.
  • Portuguese Plus ($14.99/mo): 4 Portuguese-language channels featuring news, entertainment, and sports (Benfica TV, RTP International, RTP3, RTP Açores).
Sports on FuboTV Android App
Access sports programming on Fubo using the Android phone app.

Non-Channel Add-Ons

Fubo offers technical add-ons to increase cloud DVR storage but these no longer apply as all plans get unlimited storage now.

A few add-ons only support the Latino plan. There are the Family Share (share 3 simultaneous streams for $5.99/mo) and Unlimited Screens ($9.99/mo) add-ons. See our Fubo review for all the details.

Getting Fubo

In order to use Fubo, you will need to have a supported device. This shouldn’t be difficult. If you are reading this, you probably already have one: your web browser. (Fubo recommends Chrome, however.)

Fubo supports most other devices as well: Amazon Fire TV, Android, Android TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, Hisense, iPhone, Roku, Samsung Smart TVs, and Xbox One. See our Fubo device guide for all the details.

Once you know Fubo is right for you, it’s easy to sign up. See our step-by-step guide.


Fubo isn’t the only Live TV streaming service. Hulu + Live TV provides an excellent general service for the same price but it doesn’t offer nearly as much in terms of sports programming. Sling TV does not offer as much but is half the price. In terms of features and price, YouTube TV is Fubo’s strongest competitor.

When it comes to sports, Fubo really can’t be beaten. And when it comes to international sports, it hasn’t been equaled anywhere. But Fubo is a good service even for people who aren’t interested in sports at all. If you have decided to move on from cable, check out Fubo now.

See Also

There is a lot more to know about Fubo. Check out these:

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How many channels does Fubo have?

Fubo offers over 200 channels in total but the number subscribers receive depends upon their plans and add-ons. The Pro plan ($79.99/mo) with no add-ons features 100+ channels plus whatever local and regional channels are available in your area. The Spanish-language Latino plan ($32.99/mo) only includes 40 channels but even it provides a broad selection of programming.

Does Fubo offer TNT? What about TBS?

Fubo is missing all of the Turner channels. That means that it does not offer TNT or TBS. This is notable because a significant number of MLB, NBA, and NHL playoff games, including the Stanley Cup Final, are featured on these channels. They aren’t necessarily the biggest games but they are still ones fans will want access to.

For MLB, NBA, and NHL fans, we recommend DIRECTV STREAM. Its Choice plan for $108.99/mo allows you to watch pretty much every local match-up of the regular season and all the playoffs. The one exception is for viewers in Philadelphia, who will probably want to go with Hulu + Live TV.

Does Fubo have a Family plan?

In mid-2020, Fubo offered a Family plan for $59.99/mo that featured roughly 60 channels with 3 simultaneous streams and 500 hours of Cloud DVR storage. For $54.99/mo, they offered the Fubo Standard plan, which was the same but with only 30 hours of storage. The Standard plan was soon dropped and the Family plan changed until it became the Starter plan in March 2021.

What happened to the Fubo Starter plan?

Fubo used to offer the Starter plan for $64.99/mo. It was identical to the Pro plan except it came with 250 hours of cloud DVR (instead of 1,000 initially and unlimited now) and streaming on only 3 devices (instead of 10). Fubo apparently found that subscribers were happy with the Pro plan being the only option so they dropped the Starter plan in March 2022. The Pro plan is a better deal — especially if you travel.

What happened to the Fubo Cycling add-on?

Fubo used to offer a package that added the channel Fubo Cycling to the International Sports Plus add-on for $11.99. As of the start of 2021, Fubo stopped offering the channel and thus the add-on. There is no indication if or when any cycling-specific channel will return.

Does Fubo have local channels?

Fubo has a good selection of local channels. It offers at least some network affiliates in all media markets. In the larger markets, it provides exceptional local network affiliates and regional sports networks. In the smaller markets, its coverage is significantly worse. For these areas, DIRECTV STREAM may be a better choice. See Local Channels for more information.

Is Fubo free?

No, but they do offer a 7-day free trial. After that, plans start at $79.99/mo for the Pro plan, which features about 150+ channels with over 100 sporting events, unlimited cloud DVR, and ability to watch on up to 10 screens at once at home.

How much does Fubo cost?

Fubo has a range of plans, starting with Pro at $79.99/mo and going up to Premier for $99.99/mo. For additional fees, you can customize your channel package with add-ons. See our “Plans and Pricing” section above for more details on base plans, “Sports Channel Add-Ons” for sports extras, and “Non-Sports Channel Add-ons” for everything else.

What’s better, Hulu + Live TV or Fubo?

That depends on what you’re looking for. Hulu Live has Disney+, ESPN+, and includes the Turner and A+E Networks channels. On the other hand, it has fewer channels overall, and it also doesn’t carry the AMC Networks channels (AMC, BBC America, BBC World News, IFC, Sundance TV, WE tv). Fubo also has much better Spanish-language options.

Hulu Live features unlimited DVR storage with a nine-month time limit — the same as Fubo.

The biggest deal-breaker for some is the simultaneous screen allowance. Hulu Live only includes 2 streams at the same time. Considering Hulu allows up to 6 profiles on one account, this seems a little stingy — but the service is happy to upgrade you to unlimited home streams (and 3 out-of-home) for an additional $9.99/mo.

Fubo provides the industry-standard 3 out-of-home devices, and up to 10 screens on your home network. That’s included in your monthly plan (except for the Latino plan), not in addition to it. It’s a pretty big point in Fubo’s favor for any household larger than 2 people.

For more information on the pros and cons of each service, see our full Fubo and Hulu + Live TV reviews.

Which is better, Sling TV or Fubo?

There is rarely a “better” service, just one better for you. Which service is better for you? We can’t tell you that, but we can give you the information to make the decision for yourself. Sling TV and Fubo are pretty stark contrasts in terms of the style of service they offer.

Do you prefer a smaller, cheaper base plan with lots of little add-ons to choose from? Do you have very specific viewing tastes relating to particular subjects or genres — for example, you love home renovation and DIY TV shows and don’t really watch much else? Then you should check out Sling TV.

Or do you prefer a huge selection of lots of different kinds of channels? Maybe you like to channel surf and watch a few minutes of this and a couple minutes of that, changing every commercial break? Or maybe you just have a large household and everyone likes something different? Then Fubo is probably a better choice for you.

For more complete analysis, see our full Sling TV vs Fubo comparison.

Is Fubo better than YouTube TV?

YouTube TV offers the same DVR as Fubo.

YouTube TV is currently $5/mo cheaper, so there is that. On the other hand, YouTube TV charges an extra $20/mo for its 4K Plus add-on, which in addition to 4K also includes unlimited home streams and offline DVR. Fubo includes unlimited home streams in all its English plans and 4K starting with its $89.99/mo Elite plan.

Both offer free trials, though, so take each for a test spin and decide for yourself. More details can be found in our full YouTube TV and Fubo reviews.

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