Xfinity offers Fox Sports Midwest in both HD (High Definition) and SD (Standard Definition).
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Fox Sports Midwest on Xfinity
Fox Sports Midwest is available on channel 40 on Xfinity. Xfinity is a cable television and internet service provider. The channel offers a variety of sports programming, including live games, highlights, and analysis.
Check your local listings
Fox Sports Midwest is available on Xfinity in both high definition (HD) and standard definition (SD). To find out what channel Fox Sports Midwest is available on in your area, please visit our channel finder and enter your zip code.
Check the Fox Sports website
To find out which channel Fox Sports Midwest is on in your area, visit the Fox Sports website and enter your zip code in the “Find Your Local Fox Sports Channel” tool. You can also use this tool to see which channels other Fox Sports regional networks are carried on in your area.
Other ways to watch Fox Sports Midwest
You can watch Fox Sports Midwest live on Sling TV, which offers three different channel packages. The “Sling Blue” and “Sling Orange + Blue” bundles both include FS Midwest, but you’ll have to pay an extra $5 per month for the “Sports Extra” add-on to get it with the cheaper “Sling Orange” package.
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Pricing and packages: Sling TV splits its live TV offerings into two basic packages: “Sling Orange” and “Sling Blue.” FS Midwest is only available on the more expensive “Sling Blue” package, which costs $30 per month, or you can get it by bundling the two together for $45 per month.
If you want a cheaper way to get FS Midwest, you’ll need to sign up for Sling Orange + Blue and then add on the $5-per-month “Sports Extra” add-on, which also includes NFL RedZone, ESPN Goal Line, NHL Network, and several other channels.
How it works: You can watch Sling TV on your TV using a streaming player (like Roku or Apple TV), via a gaming console (like Xbox One or PlayStation 4), or right on your computer or mobile device. If you’re away from home, you can still watch FS Midwest by signing in with your Sling TV credentials on the Fox Sports Go app.
Free trial: You can try Sling TV free for 7 days before you’re billed for anything.
AT&T TV Now
AT&T TV Now is a live streaming service that offers Fox Sports Midwest as part of its $80/month “Max” package. You can sign up for a free 7-day trial of AT&T TV Now to watch Fox Sports Midwest and other channels online.
Hulu + Live TV
Hulu + Live TV is one of the most popular ways to stream Fox Sports Midwest. You get 60+ live channels for $54.99/mo, including FS Midwest. You also get 3-day replay for games, so if you can’t watch live, you can always watch later.
To get FS Midwest, you need to choose the Hulu + Live TV package and add on the Sports Extra package for an additional $10/mo. That will give you access to FS Midwest, as well as other great sports channels like ESPNU, NBCSN, and more.
If you’re a big college sports fan, this is a great option for you. And if you’re looking for a way to watch other channels like AMC, FX, or HGTV, Hulu + Live TV has you covered there too.
How to get Fox Sports Midwest if you don’t have Xfinity
If you want to watch Fox Sports Midwest but don’t have Xfinity, there are a few ways you can still get the channel. You can watch Fox Sports Midwest live on the Fox Sports app with a participating TV provider, or you can use a TV streaming service such as AT&T TV NOW, YouTube TV, Hulu + Live TV, or fuboTV. Keep reading to learn more about how to get Fox Sports Midwest without Xfinity.
Call your cable or satellite provider
If you live in the Midwest and want to watch the Cardinals, Royals, or Blues, you need Fox Sports Midwest. The good news is that it should be available through most major cable and satellite providers. The bad news is that it’s not always carried on the basic tier of service, so you may have to pay a little extra to get it.
Here’s a list of some of the major providers in the Midwest and how to get Fox Sports Midwest:
-AT&T U-verse: Channel 749 (SD) or 1749 (HD)
-Charter Spectrum: Channel 44 (SD) or 790 (HD)
-Comcast Xfinity: Channel 437 (SD) or 860 (HD)
-Cox Communications: Channel 27 (SD) or 1027 (HD)
-Dish Network: Channel 414 (SD/HD)
-Mediacom: Channel 77 (SD/HD)
-Suddenlink Communications: Channel 28 (SD) or 728(HD)
If you don’t see your provider listed, or you’re not sure which channel Fox Sports Midwest is on in your area, your best bet is to call your provider and ask. They should be able to tell you what channel it’s on and whether it’s included in your current package.
Check out streaming services
There are a number of different streaming services that offer Fox Sports Midwest, so if you don’t have Xfinity, you can still watch your favorite teams. Services like AT&T TV NOW, fuboTV, and Hulu + Live TV all offer Fox Sports Midwest as part of their packages, so you can pick the one that’s right for you.