11 Must-See Sporting Events this Summer (and How to Stream Them)

Summer is an underrated time for live sports. The problem? Instead of your normal schedule, you’re either traveling somewhere, stuck on a vacation with non-sports fans (or worse, no cable), away from a television at a BBQ or the beach, or at the (empty) office pretending to work. Whichever one it is, you need reliable streaming options so you don’t miss a beat. We’ve got you covered…

May 29 to June 14 – Stanley Cup Finals

The returning champ Pittsburgh Penguins are facing the Predators of Nashville. Nashville have never been to the Finals before, and their fans are bonkers. Too bad they’re already down 2-0.

Game 3 will be viewable on NBCSN, and 4-7 will be on NBC. All remaining games can be streamed on the NBC Sports App or

June 1 – NBA Finals

Catch the last of basketball while it’s still going. The Bay Area Warriors will be trying to wrest the title from The Land. The two super-teams will be going at it starting June 1 at 9:00pm Eastern on ABC, Sling TV, and the WatchESPN App. (Game 7 would be June 15.)

June 3 – Champions League Final

Juventus vs Real Madrid

Gareth Bale and Ronaldo will be defending the title against Italian squad Juventus in Cardiff, Wales. The logo for the game is a big black dragon, which is pretty cool. You can catch it on June 3 on FOX at 1:45pm Eastern and stream it on Sling TVfuboTV, and FOX Sports Go.

June 15 to 18 – US Open (Golf)

As Dustin Johnson looks to repeat as US Open Champion, all of the action from Erin Hills, Wisconsin will be viewable on FOX, FS1, FOX Deportes, and on the FOX Sports Go app.

June 22 – NBA Draft

NBA Fans whose team didn’t win the title, which will be most of us, can put our hopes in the future on June 22nd, on ESPN at 7pm Eastern. You can also watch on Sling TV or the WatchESPN App.

July 3 to July 16 – Wimbledon

The most tasteful event of one of the world’s most tasteful sports will run from 6/26 to 7/16 on the various ESPNs and the WatchESPN App.

July 7 to July 26 – Gold Cup (Soccer)

The contest to determine the Continental Champion of North America, Central America, and the Caribbean will be held on American soil from July 7 to 26. Matches will be live on FOX Sports and also streaming from fubo Premier, Sling TV, FOX Sports Go and FOX Soccer 2GO.

July 10 – MLB Home Run Derby

The biggest event in baseball will be held on Monday, July 10 at 8pm and will be viewable on ESPN and the WatchESPN app in addition to Sling TV.

The next day (July 11), some people will want to watch the MLB All-Star Game on FOX and FOX Sports Go at the same time.

July 1 to 23 – Tour de France

If you want to see if Chris Froome will win his fourth Tour de France, or if you would just like to watch lots of pleasant photography of the French countryside in the summer, tune in to NBCSN to watch from July 1 to 23. You can also watch on the NBC Sports Gold App.

August 10 to 13 – PGA Championship

All of the smooth-stroking action from Quail Hollow, South Carolina will be viewable on CBS and streamable with the CBS Sports App.

August 28 to September 10 – US Open (Tennis)

The final major will be watchable on ESPN and ESPN2, and will be streamable on WatchESPN.

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