7 iOS Apps To Watch Live Sports

There’s never been a better time to be a sports fan. The rise of technology has meant that there are more ways than ever for sports fans to stay connected to the sports they love. From social media conversations to blogs and podcasts, you’re never far from the action. And you can do all of this just by pulling out your smartphone. There’s also a host of top-quality apps that allow you to watch live sports or the highlights of games you’ve missed. In this blog, we’ll run through some of the very best available to download from the App Store.

ESPN

espnESPN is at the forefront of sports broadcasting. Their app stands out from the crowd because of the range of sports and level of detail that it offers. Here, you don’t just get live sports. You get statistics, insights, and other valuable information about the action taking place. This can be interesting anyway, but it’s extra useful if you’re looking to place a bet during the game; if you spot patterns, you can use OddsChecker to place a free bet and see if your hunch was correct.

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Sky Sports

sky sports appIf you’re a Sky Sports subscriber, then you can get access to just about every sport imaginable through the app. And the best part? You can tune in wherever you happen to be. As a major sports broadcaster, they have live streams and highlight videos of all the best action from around the world, including from the English Premier League, NFL, NBA, and more. There are eleven channels within the app, so you’ll never be short of something to watch. They have thousands of hours of highlights and documentaries to choose from, too.

CBSSports

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cbs sports appCBSSports is similar to ESPN in scope. If there’s a major sporting event, they’ll have the videos and information you need to stay up to date with the action. In the past, CBS has focused on the NFL and college football, but in recent years they’ve expanded their reach to include international soccer, golf, basketball, boxing, and more. There are many more than videos in the app, too. It’s an all-around gem of an application that’ll ensure sports lovers don’t miss any breaking news, scores, or valuable data.

La Liga Sports TV App

If you love watching sports from around the world, then the La Liga TV app should be on your phone. They have live streams of sports events that don’t receive much coverage elsewhere. Open the app, and you can tune into the Russian Premier League, the Asian Champions League, and the National Futsal League. They also have coverage of padel, badminton, and tennis tournaments from around the world, along with many other sports.

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DAZN

daznDAZN is a relatively new player on the sports app scene, but it’s already making waves. As the first dedicated sports streaming app, it has the best of the best when it comes to women’s football and boxing. You can watch footage live or on-demand. You can even set reminders so that you don’t miss any of the action. You’ll also find original documentaries and plenty of other fantastic sports-related footage and features within the app.

FuboTV

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fubotvIf you love American sports, then FuboTV is an essential app. They provide access to all the major sports broadcasters, which in effect means you’ll be able to watch all the NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, and NASCAR that you handle. They also show the odd English Premier League and La Liga match and have fairly extensive coverage of the Champions League, too. It’s a paid service, but one that’s well worth the money.

SuperSport

supersportSuperSport, another major sports broadcaster, offers live and on-demand videos of the biggest football, cricket, tennis, golf, and motorsport events. They offer a service that’ll push a notification to your phone if a goal goes in and make it as straightforward as possible to find the scores, fixtures, and information you need.

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