How to Watch El Clasico on Your Phone Without Cable

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Looking to watch a live stream of El Clasico on your phone? There are a handful of options for fans in the United States. Read on for a rundown of options. You can also click here for a rundown of options if you’re looking to watch the game on a computer or connected TV, or if you’re outside the United States.


Watch for Free in the United States via the go90 App

If you’re in the United States and have a mobile device, the easiest way to watch is to download Verizon’s go90 app, which will be streaming the game for free. It’s free to download the app, and you don’t need a cable subscription or any log-in information to watch the stream. Simply download the app and watch the game.

Click here to download the app.

The app is available to everyone in the United States, regardless of your mobile carrier. Verizon Wireless customers, though, have an additional perk: They can stream the game, and all other go90 content, without using any data.

You can click here for more information about go90’s soccer coverage, which includes telecasts of Spanish, Italian, French and Mexican league games, as well as other CONCACAF World Cup qualifying matches.

The go90 stream is available on mobile devices and tablets, but not on computers. The stream won’t be directly available on connected TVs, but if you have a connected TV capable of mirroring smart phones, you can cast the go90 stream onto your TV from your phone.

If you’re just looking for an El Clasico live stream, go90 is the only available option that won’t require you to enter payment info. If, however, you’re interested in access to additional live sports once you’re done watching El Clasico, you might be interested in testing out Fubo TV or Sling TV. Both are online streaming services that offer access to select channels for a fee. Both services include BeIn Sports, which is broadcasting El Clasico, and both services offer a free seven-day trial. Unlike go90, though, you’ll have to enter credit card info, and your card will be charged if you don’t cancel the service before the free trial ends.

Here’s a breakdown of those options:


Fubo TV: Allows You to Watch the Game Live & DVR it on Your Phone

Both Fubo and Sling offer free seven-day trials, so if you’re looking for a way to watch El Clasico live, either will do the trick.

If you’re looking to DVR the game and watch it again later, Fubo is the one service that will allow you to do that on any device that supports the service. (Sling also has a DVR function, but it’s only available right now on select devices.)

The service is also available on iPhones, iPads, Android phones and tablets, Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast and Amazon Fire TV.

Fubo offers a base package, called Fubo Premier, that includes 51 channels and costs $34.99 per month after the end of the free trial. The service offers various add-ons ranging from an additional $4.99 to an additional $14.99 per month.

The process of signing up is simple:

1. Click here to sign up and launch your free trial. You’ll need to enter your credit card information when signing up, but if you cancel your subscription before the trial ends, you won’t be charged.

2. Download the Fubo app to watch the game.

Click here to download the app in the iTunes App Store.

Click here to download the app in the Google Play Store.


Sling TV: Least Expensive Option Once the Free Trial Ends

If you’re considering keeping one of the two services after the free trial ends, Sling is the least expensive option available.

Sling offers two base packages — Orange and Blue — that cost $20 and $25 per month, respectively, after the free trial ends. To gain access to BeIn Sports and be able to watch El Clasico, you’ll need to select the Sports Extra add-on, which costs an additional $5 per month. Even with the Sports Extra add-on included, the service is more affordable than Fubo’s least expensive package. (You can also select Sling’s Orange + Blue bundle for a slight discount of $40. You’ll still need to add the Sports Extra add-on for an additional $5 in order to watch El Clasico.)

If your interest in sports goes beyond soccer, you might want to consider that Sling’s Orange package includes ESPN and ESPN2. Neither channel is available through Fubo.

Here’s how to sign up:

1. Click here to create a Sling account.

2. Select either Orange, Blue, or Orange + Blue, then select the Sports Extra add-on.

3. Enter your billing information and create an account. Again: You will not be charged until after you’ve completed the free 7-day trial.

4. Download the Sling app and begin watching TV.

If you’re interested in watching Sling on a connected TV, you can do so via Roku, Chromecast, Nexus player, ZTE and XBox One. You can click here for a full list of compatible devices. Simply follow the steps above to create an account, then enter your account log-in on your connected TV to access Sling content.


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