FOX Sports GO
Direitos de transmissão adquiridos por FOX Sports GO
- FIFA World Cup (2018 - 2026)
- Friendly (2019 - 2019)
- Bundesliga (2015 - 2020)
- FIFA Confederations Cup (2015 - 2024)
- FIFA U-17 World Cup (2015 - 2024)
- Liga MX (2018 - 2023)
- Major League Soccer (2015 - 2022)
- FIFA U-20 World Cup (2015 - 2024)
- FIFA Women's World Cup (2015 - 2023)
- FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup (2019 - 2025)
- Copa do Brasil (2019 - 2019)
- FIFA Club World Cup (2019 - 2019)
- College Soccer (2019 - 2019)
- Ascenso MX (2019 - 2019)
- NCAA Women's Soccer (2019 - 2019)
- FIFA Futsal World Cup (2019 - 2024)
- Copa MX (2018 - 2023)
- DFL-Supercup (2015 - 2020)
- FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup (2015 - 2024)
- FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup (2015 - 2024)
- Women's Friendly (2019 - 2019)
- CONCACAF Nations League (2019 - 2022)
FOX Sports GO, also referred to as FSGO, is an OTT service enabling subscribers to watch live sporting events from FOX Regional Sports Networks in USA. Content on the platform is available to stream online and on mobile devices via official apps.
Live programs and shows on FOX Sports GO extend to a host of sports disciplines such as baseball, basketball, hockey and general college sports. Its programming may also include exclusive content such as documentaries, in addition to preview and postgame shows, and press conferences.
Users are required to log into FOX Sports GO using their TV provider credentials, as content access depends on the channel lineup covered by their subscription. However, they may enjoy the service at no additional cost, so long as they are already signed up with a participating TV provider.
In the past, live contents from flagship channels FOX, FS1, FS2 and Fox Deportes were available to watch on FOX Sports GO. In 2019, nevertheless, following The Walt Disney Company’s acquisition of Fox Sports Networks, FOX Sports GO’s scope was limited to regional sports channels only—including stations such as FOX Sports Midwest, Prime Ticket and YES Network—whereas streams for the aforementioned national TV networks moved to the official FOX Sports website and streaming app. Direct streams for the three FOX College Sports regional networks—namely FCS Atlantic, FCS Central and FCS Pacific—are also part of FOX Sports GO.
For smooth streaming without buffering, subscribers are advised to use a high-speed internet connection, preferably 4G LTE. Though pause, rewind and fast-forward functionalities may be present for a lot of streams, some videos may be offered without them due to contractual obligations.
FOX Sports GO is available online on both PC and Mac, as well as on mobile, on most Android, iOS and Windows smartphones and tablets. Supported Apple devices include iPhones, iPads and iPod running iOS 11.0 or higher. Apple TV owners are required to use the 4th generation or newer, with at least tvOS 10.0. On Mac, OSX 10.10 is the minimum requirement.
FOX Sports GO also has apps for Kindle and FireTV compatible with Android 5.0 or newer. It additionally supports Roku Streaming Player and Roku TV with firmware 8.1 and above, and Windows PCs and tablets running the OS version 8.1 or 10. Gamers may enjoy FOX Sports GO’s live and on-demand streams via Microsoft Xbox One or newer, so long as they are running at least Windows 10 version 14393. Casting streams through AirPlay and Chromecast is yet another feature that FOX Sports GO comes with.