The Five Best Sports Streaming Sites of 2019

It is really amazing what you can watch on the Internet these days. With sports becoming a truly global phenomenon, it is now not that difficult at all to stream your favorite contests right over the Internet from wherever you happen to be. This is great news for international travelers, as they can stay in touch with their favorite teams and sports when they are out of the country. For those who enjoy watching games that are not always offered in the local television market, streaming is about the only way to go. With that in mind, take a look at the following five sports streaming sites that make up our ‘best of’ list for 2019.

ESPN

Just about anyone who loves sports is familiar with ESPN. It has been a global leader in sports broadcasting since the 1980s. Today, much of their programming is online and can be streamed over a computer or mobile device. You can watch just about anything with them, from football to UFC Fight Nights. Just keep in mind that they only have a limited number of steams that are actually free. You will find those directly on the ESPN website itself. Beyond that, you will need to have a cable subscription in order to be able to view premium content. Alternatively, you can sign up for the streaming service offered by ESPN and gain access to all of the games that they have to offer on a regular basis.

Facebook Watch

Just about everyone on the planet seems to have a Facebook account. You can now use that service to stream many of your favorite sporting events as well. This is a free service that allows users to watch a limited number of streams for free. The content is not extensive, but if you like what they have then it is easy enough to gain access. You will get to see, among other things, one free MLB game per week. The teams vary, so if you are without baseball access on your television, this might just be the next best thing. You will also find soccer, women’s basketball, and surfing of all things on Facebook Watch. There are also a ton of unofficial streams that you can find, which will cover just about every sport you can imagine.

Laola1

This is actually a sports streaming site that is based in Austria. Unlike many global content providers, however, there are no viewing restrictions with this one. It makes Laola1 an ideal streaming site for individuals who love to watch sports from around the world. It offers quite a variety of sporting competition on a streaming basis. These include hockey, soccer, basketball, table tennis, a variety of motorsports contests, and much more. If you are in the United States, you will want to select the international English version. This allows you to easily gain access to streams from outside of Austria. You will be able to watch many contests, such as international volleyball matches, that are just not available in the United States.

Stream2Watch

This is another popular streaming service that offers access to a variety of sports popular in both North America and elsewhere. It is especially known for allowing users to access rugby matches from around the world. Other popular competitions that you can stream here include football, soccer, volleyball, and baseball. The site works by gathering streams up from a number of different sites. It has quite a bit to offer, so the chances are really good that you will find the match that you are hoping to find on any given day. It should be noted that this streaming service contains quite a few ads that will pop up at various points during a game. A good ad blocker should take care of most of them.

SportRAR.TV

This is another popular service that collects streams from a number of different sources and combines them into one platform that is easy enough to use. You will find most of the popular sporting contests here, including golf events from around the world. Tennis is also a popular inclusion on this site. There are many options associated with this site. When you find a game you want to watch, just click on it and a new window will launch. Just give it some time to assemble the various feeds. You will also notice that this streaming service has quite a few of those pop ads that seem to come up from time to time.

The next time you want to watch a sporting contest that is not on television in your area, try one of these streaming sites. You might even find a new sport or two that you have never seen. The greatest part of this is that you can watch from virtually anywhere that has Internet. Just launch the streaming service and then sit back and enjoy the game.


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