To catch all the action you will need access to the ESPN, FOX, and Univision Networks. However you can get a couple of matches for free.
Watching The Games For Free
The only thing better than watching an MLS match is watching a FREE MLS match. Theres a couple ways to do this including apps and the twitter live streams.
Free MLS Streaming on Twitter
Starting in 2018 the Univision network plays a free match every weekend on its twitter live stream. This stream can be replayed as many times as you want if you are busy when it airs.
Their twitter is also a good place to catch some replays, highlights, and commentary of the week’s best moments. They automatically retweet from every team’s twitter and the MLS twitter; its the best place for keeping your finger on the pulse of MLS.
Visit the Univision twitter: live.twitter.com/mlsenunivision
— Major League Soccer (@MLS) May 27, 2018
The MLS App
This app is a must have for any MLS fan. You can use it to get highlights and twenty minute condensed replays of every match. Aside from the replays the app has other cool features like real-time match updates, all the schedules, and records for the entire season.
The app also has a cool tool for managing your fantasy team line-up.
If your team isn’t part of the twitter live stream you can still get some games for free by using a dedicated sports streaming package. These let you watch all the MLS channels online.
Most of these offer a free trial that you can use to watch the games for 7 days. Then afterwards they have different monthly fees ranging from $20 to $50
How to Watch MLS with FuboTV
FuboTV is the streaming package i use to watch all my favorite soccer matches, including MLS. Their network selection is massive and includes Fox, beIN, and univision networks.
If you like to watch other leagues then FuboTV is a good investment. They have all matches for international sports through 9 beIN sports channels and a special Fox Soccer channel.