There’s no question that the coronavirus is affecting each and every one of us in one way or another, but athletes and sports fans are especially affected. While following the CDC guidelines is the best thing we can do, that doesn’t make us miss sports any less.

Luckily, we live in a technological world that allows us to watch sports. If you want to learn some different ways to continue watching sports during the pandemic, we’ve got you covered.

Choose a Streaming Device and Platform and Start Binging

If you don’t have one already, you need a streaming device whether that be Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, or Google Chromecast.

Once you have a streaming device, you’ll need to choose at least one platform; most people prefer Netflix, Hulu, or YouTube TV. In addition, there are other applications you can download, such as ESPN on Apple TV that are more catered to what you want.

It is also essential that you have reliable Internet service and connection so you can reliably stream content such as live TV, documentaries, and movies. Taking a look at options such as frontier internet plans can help alleviate potential issues that may arise. 

Watch Sports Documentaries and Movies

Although sports leagues are all up in the air right now, you can learn about your favorite players or teams through sports movies and documentaries. Some of the best documentaries include The Last Dance, Icarus, Undefeated, and Pumping Iron.

Additionally, some of the best sports movies are Miracle, Rudy, Remember the Titans, and Bend it like Beckham. Of course, if you need a good laugh (because who doesn’t right now?) you could watch Dodgeball, The Sandlot, or Kicking & Screaming.

Rewatch Your Favorite Postseason Series

Between YouTube, streaming services, and DVDs, you can certainly find footage from the most epic postseason games. Maybe you want to watch the 1993 NBA finals between the Chicago Bulls and Phoenix Suns.

Or maybe you’re more a football fan so you want to rewatch the epic “helmet catch” from Super Bowl XLII featuring the New York Giants and New England Patriots.

Alternatively, if you’re a baseball fan, arguably the biggest postseason series in decades was the Chicago Cubs 2016 World Series victory.


There are plenty of different ways to continue watching sports during the pandemic, but the bottom line is that you need great technology.

Put together a great entertainment system with high-speed HDMI cables, and you’ll be on your way to a great viewing experience. Before we know it, we’ll be able to go back into the stadium to root our teams on.

Until then, we’ll have to stay home and relive those amazing memories.


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