Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all sporting events have been postponed indefinitely. However, little by little we are returning to a relative normality, and now yes, the Bundesliga has been the first of the major leagues to retake the competition. Since last May 16, German football is back, and that’s why in today’s post we are going to review all the legal methods at our disposal, both free and paid, to watch the Bundesliga in streaming or from TV.
How to watch the Buldesliga in Spain for free
In Spain, the emission rights of the Bundesliga are in the hands of Movistar. The telemarketer is broadcasting all matches through its Movistar + platform on the #Vamos and Movistar Champions League channels.
Movistar + is a paid service, but if we are interested in seeing the competition for free we can do it taking advantage of the free trial month offered by Movistar + Lite. The Movistar + Lite pack includes the #Vamos channel where many of the matches are broadcast live, and taking into account that the league ends on June 27, we can contract the month for free and follow the competition until the end of the season.
Other online viewing methods to follow the competition
As we say, Movistar broadcasts some matches from the #Vamos channel, but others are only available from the Movistar Champions League channel. To access this premium content it is necessary that we contract Movistar +, a package that includes television, fiber optics and mobile lines. Currently we can hire different packages, which vary between 25 and 85 euros. We can see all the plans available from the official website of Movistar.
However, the law requires that there be no monopolies in the broadcast, so Movistar must assign the rights to other companies at a reasonable price. This is why Mediaset is also broadcasting the Bundesliga online from its Mitele Plus streaming app and from the sports section of its website at mitele.es.
The subscription to Mitele Plus varies between € 3 / month and € 35 / month depending on the packages we want to contract. Soccer available from € 16.99 per month.
How to watch the Bundesliga online from the US, Mexico and South America
In Latin America, the Bundesliga is broadcast through ESPN 2 in countries such as Argentina, Peru or Venezuela. ESPN also broadcasts via its ESPN Play app. The service is priced at € 11.99 per month, although luckily it has a 7-day free trial period. Therefore, if we are interested in a specific match and want to see it for free, we only have to register at the right time and cancel the subscription after the 7 regulatory days.
Users from the United States, Mexico and Chile can follow the German soccer competition from Fox Sports. If we want to see the matches online and in streaming we can also do it through the Fox Play and Fox Sports app by hiring the Fox Sports Premium streaming service. Its price may fluctuate depending on our region, but to give us an idea, it ranges between 6 and 12 dollars (USD) per month.
So friends in this article you have learn how to stream Bundesliga Online. If you know other legal methods to watch the Bundesliga in streaming do not hesitate to leave your recommendation in the comments area!