fuboTV Latino review

fuboTV in Spanish highlights

  • Starting at $29.99/mo.
  • At least 28 channels of Spanish language entertainment, news and sports
  • Start a seven-day free trial

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fuboTV in Spanish review

Spanish speakers have plenty of live entertainment, lifestyle, news and sports channels available to them with fuboTV. The streaming service provides a standalone package Fubo Latino, which includes its own entertainment add-on Entretenimiento Plus. It also offers a Spanish language add-on, Latino Plus, which is only available with a standard fuboTV plan.

fuboTV launched in 2015 as a live streaming service dedicated to soccer. However, it has quickly expanded to become an all-encompassing live streaming service. As of the end of 2019, fuboTV had more than 315,000 subscribers, which was a 37% year-on-year increase from the end of 2018.

In addition to the base fuboTV offering, the service provides upgrades and a range of add-on plans. For more information about the service, read our fuboTV review. And see how it compares to other live TV streaming services.

Why fuboTV in Spanish may be the right streaming service for you

fuboTV’s Latino plan is an excellent option for Spanish speakers looking for a broad range of live TV channels, including 18 Spanish language sports channels.

Spanish speakers have two options available from fuboTV. The first is to sign up for the Fubo Latino plan — which provides 28 Spanish language channels — plus the Entretenimiento Plus add-on plan. The second is fuboTV Latino Plus, which is an add-on service that is available with base fuboTV packages.

Compare fuboTV in Spanish packages and pricing

Fubo Latino is a standalone Spanish language package that costs $29.99/mo. It is home to 28 Spanish language channels. The fuboTV Latino Plus add-on contains 15 channels and costs $19.99/mo. on top of the regular fuboTV subscription fee of $54.99/mo.

Fubo Latino subscribers can add an exclusive add-on to their viewing options with the Entretenimiento Plus package, which costs an extra $4.99/mo. 

The Latino Plus add-on is only available to people who have subscribed to one of the full fuboTV Packages. The standard fuboTV plan costs $54.99/mo. and offers a wide choice of viewing with 99 live channels, including entertainment, lifestyle, local and national news and sports channels. fuboTV offers additional plans for subscribers to boost their viewing options, including fuboTV Ultra, which provides 170 live channels for $79.99/mo.

 Fubo StandardFamilyFamily Plan with ShowtimeUltraFubo Latino
Monthly price$54.99$59.99$64.99 for the first 3 months, then $69.99$79.99$29.99
Free trial length7 days7 days7 days7 days7 days
Number of channels949410316328
Number of simultaneous streams23332
Cloud DVR storage30 hours500 hours500 hours500 hours500 hours

fuboTV bundles, deals and free trials

fuboTV is not currently available with any special bundles or deals that allow subscribers to save money on the service in conjunction with other streaming sites. However, it does provide a seven-day free trial for new customers to try the service out.

Spanish speaking viewers can sign up for fuboTV Latino as a standalone package, which costs $29.99/mo. But the Latino Plus service is only available as an add-on through a current fuboTV package.

Device compatibility

fuboTV subscribers can watch the service from their web browser on computers and laptops, including Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge and Mozilla Firefox. The service is also available via the fuboTV app for phones, tablets and streaming devices. The following devices are compatible with fuboTV:

fuboTV in Spanish compared to other streaming services

ProviderPriceSpanish content
fuboTV Latino$29.99/mo.28 channels, of which 18 are sports channels
Amazon Prime$12.99/mo.Spanish language movies and TV shows
Sling Latino$7/mo.Spanish TV packages that include live sports
Hulu$5.99/mo.Spanish hub includes movies and TV shows plus some live TV
Netflix$8.99/mo.Spanish language movies and TV shows
TubiFreeSpanish language kids TV shows and movies
Pluto TV LatinoFreeMore than 22 Spanish language channels
Pantaya$5.99/mo.On-demand Spanish language content

The Fubo Latino plan offers one of the largest choices of Spanish language channels in the streaming market. Sling TV also offers paid-for live TV channels in its choice of various Latino packages. While Pluto TV and Tubi enable people to stream Spanish language channels, movies and TV shows for free. Spanish speakers have plenty of options available with Amazon Prime, Hulu, Netflix and Pantaya, all of which provide on-demand movies and TV shows in Spanish. 

fuboTV in Spanish features

fuboTV in Spanish provides plenty of features that contribute to great user experience. These include:

Record an entire event: fuboTV’s cloud Digital Video Recorder (DVR) service enables subscribers to record an entire event provided they have enough storage space available on their account.

Use the Lookback feature: fuboTV subscribers can watch any sports event from the previous 72 hours with the service’s Lookback feature. It is available on all devices bar Samsung smart TVs.

Family Share: fuboTV subscribers can watch different channels on three simultaneous streams with the Family Share feature, which costs $5.99/mo.

DVR: The standard fuboTV plan provides subscribers with 30 hours of cloud DVR storage space to record content from live channels. 

Premium channels: fuboTV subscribers can add even more viewing options with several add-on packages and premium channels. These include Adventure Plus ($4.99/mo.), AMC Premiere ($4.99/mo.), fubo Extra ($5.99/mo.), fubo Cycling ($11.99/mo.) International Sports Plus ($6.99/mo.), Portuguese Plus ($14.99/mo.), Rai Italia ($7.99/mo.), SHOWTIME ($10.99/mo.) and Sports Plus ($10.99/mo.)

Cancel at any time: All fuboTV subscriptions can be canceled at any time, unlike traditional cable contracts. When a subscriber cancels they will continue to have access to the service through to the end of their monthly subscription.

fuboTV channels in Spanish: What to watch

The Fubo Latino package provides 28 live channels filled with Spanish language entertainment and sports. Its channel list is as follows:

  • beIn Sports
  • beIn Sports Español
  • Cine Sony Television
  • Discovery en Español
  • Discovery Familia
  • El Gourmet
  • FOX Deportes
  • Galavisión
  • Gol TV Spanish
  • Más Chic
  • Nuestra Tele
  • Telefe
  • Trés
  • TUDN
  • TUDN Extra 1
  • TUDN Extra 2
  • TUDN Extra 3
  • TUDN Extra 4
  • TUDN Extra 5
  • TUDN Extra 6
  • TUDN Extra 7
  • TUDN Extra 8
  • TUDN Extra 9
  • TUDN Extra 10
  • TUDN Extra 11
  • TyC Sports
  • Univision 
  • Zona Futbol

Adding the Entretenimiento Plus add-on to Latino Plus for $4.99/mo. includes these nine channels:

  • Antena 3
  • Bandamax
  • De Pelicula
  • De Pelicula Clasico
  • FOROtv
  • NTN24
  • Ritmoson
  • Telehit
  • Univision Tlnovelas

fuboTV’s Latino Plus add-on gives fuboTV package subscribers a choice of 15 additional entertainment and sports live channels. These are:

  • Baby TV
  • Discovery en Español
  • Discovery Familia
  • Cine Sony Television
  • El Gourmet
  • ESPN Deportes
  • FOX Deportes
  • FOX Life
  • Más Chic
  • Nat Geo Mundo
  • Nuestra Tele
  • Tr3s. 
  • Zone Futbol

Our hot take

fuboTV espanol offers one of the best choices of Spanish language TV in the busy streaming marketplace. It provides a choice of Fubo Latino, which is a standalone package of 28 live channels, or the Fubo Latino Plus add-on, which is only available with a standard fuboTV package and costs $19.99/mo. Its Spanish language options are available to try without paying a cent with fuboTV’s seven-day free trial.

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Rob Latham

Rob Latham is a writer focused on technology, music, entertainment and sports. He is particularly passionate about the role that technology plays in improving peoples’ lives and helping businesses to work more effectively. He’s written marketing content for global B2B technology brands and start-ups, founded his own music blog and is a regular contributor to soccer publications. His professional background is in content marketing, public relations and journalism, and he has a Postgraduate Diploma in Journalism.