Amazon Prime have won the rights to stream a variety of live sporting events throughout the calendar. If you want to try out their service, you can currently get a 30 day free trial giving you unlimited access to all their live sport. That should be plenty of time to decide whether you like it. If you do, you can continue to subscribe and if not, you're free to cancel and you won't pay a penny.
There is quite a lot of live sport available to watch on Amazon Prime, with more being added all the time.
Football is the main reason people are joining up at the moment. This season, they have the exclusive rights to 23 live Premier League matches. There's also ATP tour tennis, as well as a selection of other sports content including documentaries like the All or Nothing Spurs documentary.
The coverage is refreshingly good. They use similar commentators and pundits as other channels such as BT Sport or the BBC, but with no ads, fluff or padding, it's great to be able to just tune in on demand and watch exactly what you want without any distraction.
With a 30 day free trial available, it costs nothing to give it a try and see what you think.