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How to watch Europe’s top 5 leagues in the UK

Ben Morris By Ben Morris, Staff Writer
Published: 09:59, 15 Mar 2023 Updated: 21:02, 15 Mar 2023

From the English Premier League to Spain’s La Liga, we explain how UK viewers can catch all the action from Europe’s biggest and best football leagues.

Thanks to multiple television broadcasters and live streaming services, it has never been easier to watch Europe’s top five leagues in the UK.

Whether you enjoy the thrills and spills of Italy’s Serie A, the drama of the German Bundesliga, or the magic of Lionel Messi in France’s Ligue 1, there are plenty of ways for UK residents to watch the top five European leagues.

Let’s kick things off with the Premier League and work our way through the rest.

How to watch the Premier League in the UK

  • Sky Sports 
  • BT Sport
  • Amazon Prime Video
  • BBC

You can watch live Premier League action in the UK via three broadcasters – Sky Sports, BT Sport and Amazon Prime Video. Per season, Sky broadcasts 128 matches, BT airs 52, while Amazon streams 20.

On top of that, the BBC carries the Premier League highlights, with Match of the Day providing weekly highlights throughout the season.

How to watch La Liga in the UK

  • Amazon Prime Video
  • Premier Sports

LaLiga TV – a splinter channel from Premier Sports – is the home of Spanish football in the UK. There are three different ways to access the channel, with a subscription fee of £7.99 per month.

Not only can you buy direct from Premier Sports, but you can also access the channel via Amazon Prime Video and Sky. You can add LaLiga TV to your Prime account, while regular Sky customers can add the channel to their package.

How to watch Serie A in the UK

  • BT Sport 
  • OneFootball

If you want to watch live Serie A matches in the UK, you can do so via BT Sport and OneFootball. BT has recently introduced a no-contract monthly pass option for £29.99, making it even easier to watch Italian football in the UK.

OneFootball users in the UK and Ireland can watch one live game for free every matchday of the season, using the app on their smartphone or tablet to enjoy a total of 38 matches throughout the campaign. 

How to watch the Bundesliga in the UK 

  • Sky Sports

Sky Sports is the home of the Bundesliga in the UK, with the broadcaster winning the exclusive rights to Germany’s top flight for four seasons back in 2021.

UK residents can watch European giants such as Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund both on television and via their portable devices, as the Sky Go app allows subscribers to stream games live.

How to watch Ligue 1 in the UK

  • BT Sport 
  • Amazon Prime Video

Do you want to see Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe strutting their stuff on TV? Well, BT Sport enables you to do just that, with the broadcaster showing live Ligue 1 action on a regular basis.

It is also worth noting that Amazon Prime Video streams live action from the French top flight throughout the season, giving UK viewers another way to watch Ligue 1.

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