How to stream your favorite sports for free ?

A lots of people wanted to k now How to stream any favorite sports for free ? The answer is no, you can’t stream a media content for free. But there is a trick you may try. In this articles i will discuss a trick that may help you to watch British Grand Prix live for free.

There are many media streaming services available but i want to share FuboTV. One of the best streaming service of 2018. So what is FuboTV ?

FuboTV

Watch live on any device: Desktop, iOS, Android, Roku. Stream and record live sports and TV from FOX, NBC, beIN SPORTS, Univision, NBA TV, A&E & more. Everyone know that but, what should you do to stream ?

  • First heading to FuboTV officila website here
  • Create a free account I mean 7 days trial account.
  • and now watch.

Things you should know to stream

  • Create a account before your favorite sports televised on TV.
  • Watch the sports and cancel subscription.
  • If you like FuboTV you can extend your subscription at any time just only $35 per month.
  • If your location unavailable you just use a VPN.

The Sports tab (default) shows a couple of featured events in a top-level slider, along with air times and recording options. All the different sports categories appear across the top, which you can filter further based on their associated leagues. Below that, fuboTV displays a complete list of sports events for the day. From here, you can jump into watching a live event or hit the DVR button to schedule a recording. Alternatively, you can navigate up to 72 hours backward in time from the day to view Lookback content (more on that later) or forward up to 10 days to schedule a future recording.

fuboTV divides entertainment content into two categories: Series and Movies. You can browse content based on what is popular, currently broadcasting, or by genre. It also lets you search for shows directly. Of course, fuboTV doesn’t create original content, which you will find on Netflix and Hulu.

Channels is the new name for the Guide section, and it takes heavy inspiration from a regular cable channel guide, albeit with some enhancements. For example, while you browse for something to watch, you can record content to your DVR storage with a single button. If you click on the main channel icon, a live stream of that channel launches. From the calendar icon, you can view the program listings up to seven days in advance.

Strangely, you can’t navigate backward from the current day to view Lookback content from the guide. A new header, called Networks, allows you to select and view content from specific channels. For example, if you click on CBS, the interface shows a brief summary of the network, a list of live and upcoming content, and any on-demand series it offers. However, fuboTV doesn’t integrate any of the search options from the other sections here, which is disappointing.