UFC Live Streams | Watch UFC Live Online
The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is the top of the tree in mixed martial arts (MMA) and demand for UFC live streams is always high.
From weekly Fight Night events to their monthly pay-per-view cards, the UFC has cornered the market when it comes to top-class MMA action.
The United States is the spiritual home for the UFC, although the promotion has become much more of a global brand in recent years.
The UFC offers its own Fight Pass subscription, which is a great way to stream hundreds of events throughout the year.
While all main cards are available 48 hours after airing including PPV events, many fans don’t want to wait to view the action.
Thankfully, the UFC is available via a range of broadcasters worldwide, most of which offer access to fans via live streams.
UFC Live Streams – Your Options
We look at the best places to find UFC live streams, regardless of where you are located in the world.
BT Sport includes every UFC Fight Night, including preliminary and post-fight analysis as part of their subscription packages.
The company also screens selected PPVs at no extra cost, although most major fights can only be accessed at an additional cost.
BT’s streaming coverage is available via website or app, meaning you can watch the UFC live whether you are at home or on the move.
ESPN+ is the best way for fans in the United States to watch the UFC, with new subscribers able to purchase a bundle deal that includes all the PPVs.
Subscribers can also access a wide range of supporting content including Ariel & The Bad Guy, classic UFC fights and documentaries.
Available via web browser, smart TV, mobile device and game consoles, ESPN+ is one of the easiest ways to stay in touch with the UFC universe.
More Live UFC Streams
Several other streaming providers include the UFC in their subscription packages including fuboTV, Hulu and Sling TV.
All of the platforms are available across a wide range of devices, meaning you need never miss a moment of the action if you have a stable Wi-Fi connection.
If you are based outside the United Kingdom and United States, there are plenty of other broadcasters who provide live UFC streams. The best of these are as follows:
- Africa: SuperSport Action and UFC PPV on UFC Fight Pass.
- Asia: Fox Sports, Fox+ (Hong Kong & Singapore) and UFC Fight Pass (Philippines & Singapore).
- Australia: Main Event, Fetch TV, PS4 and UFC PPV on UFC Fight Pass.
- Canada: BELL, Rogers, Shaw, SaskTel, Videotron, Telus, Eastlink, PS4 and UFC PPV on UFC Fight Pass.
- France: UFC Fight Pass.
- Germany: DAZN, UFC PPV on UFC Fight Pass and PS4.
- India: Sony TEN 1, Sony TEN 2, Sony TEN 3 and Sony LIV.
- Italy: UFC PPV on UFC Fight Pass and DAZN.
- MENA: UFC Arabia.
- Netherlands: Kijk and SBS9.
- New Zealand: SKY Arena and UFC PPV on UFC Fight Pass.
- Pakistan: TEN Sports.
- Poland: UFC PPV on UFC Fight Pass and Polsat Sport.
- Scandinavia: Viaplay.
- Spain: UFC PPV on UFC Fight Pass and DAZN.
VPN for Live Streaming
The UFC are generally protective of their product and work hard to ensure that broadcasts are only accessible in jurisdictions that have paid for the content.
However, using Virtual Private Network (VPN) technology to hide your location can help to circumvent these restrictions.
One of the most reliable services is Express VPN, which can be downloaded to various devices including Android, iOS, Fire TV, PC, Mac and smart TVs.
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