MLS games are usually shown on local regional sports networks and Cable-only channels such as ESPN and FS1. They are almost never shown on broadcast TV that you can get with a TV antenna. These regional sports channels are beginning to show up on streaming services - albeit at an additional cost - so there are now a few different options to live stream NBA games. Check your favorite team's page below to see your options for streaming it's games online and on your TV. We list out some of the options for watching MLS games without Cable TV below.
The only chance you have at watching MLS games on TV is if FOX decides to put your team on, which is not likely and not expected.
Bottom Line: Not Reliable.
If you already have Sling TV, you will have the opportunity to watch any of your team's games that are televised nationally. Any games that are shown on the FS1, ESPN or NBCSN, you will be able to see with no additional cost. You could have a blackout issue though, and in that case, you would need a VPN. We recommend NordVPN for this.
Bottom Line: Pretty Good. Can only watch nationally televised games.
We recently reviewed fuboTV, and while the service wasn't perfect, it features a ton of soccer games. It includes most if not all games from La Liga, Bundesliga or Premier League.
Bottom Line: Great.