I like sports. With Fox Sports Go, I get to watch a ton load of my favorite matches on the go or live.

If you’re stuck on the why? Here’s your answer! My top reasons for getting Fox Sports Go.


FOX Sports GO is free to download. So long as I have an active subscription with my cable provider, I can watch via the app with no problems.

The only issue I have is that I can’t watch NFL games on the mobile app. But, that’s not a huge turn-off.

Don’t have cable? You’re still in luck! You can watch Fox Sports (FS1) live without cable using: fuboTVPlayStation VueSling TVHulu with Live TVDirecTV Now, or YouTube TV. 

The prices range from as low as $25 to $79 depending on which package you get with your streaming provider (also includes other channels).

Sports Channels

You get a ton of sports channels in one package; FOX Sports, FS1, FS2, your FOX Sports Regional Network, FOX Deportes, FOX College Sports, and FOX Soccer Plus.


So where can we stream our favorite sports? I thought you’d never ask! You already know that you can stream Fox Sports on mobile.

But, did you know that you can watch on  Roku, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire Stick and Fire TV, and iOS and Android devices?

They have a full list of supported devices on their website. But you get the picture!


Undisputed, The Herd, First Things First, The Ultimate Fighter, NASCAR Race Hub, and UFC Tonight are just some of my favorites to watch. But there are many more.

Of course, we need to use Fox Sports Go activate to get it all set up. You can follow the tutorial and get it going using Chrome.

Empty the cache first though, if you are having trouble when using Google Chrome.

To wrap it all up, I like having access to Fox Sports Go because I get lots of Sports Channels and I get to stream on several devices for Live Sports and so much more. It’s one of the top streaming apps to have.