Live football from around the world available to live stream completely free and at your fingertips
by Craig Humpage
Football Writer, Sporticos
Published on Wednesday 31 March 2021
Ever wanted to watch a game that wasn't on TV and been searching high and low for a live stream? Ever ended up on a dodgy website with a bunch of pop-ups and wondered if you now have a virus? Well there might just be a solution. Bet 365 offers coverage of sporting events from around the world including football with their live streaming service. Many matches are available for live streaming and you can watch these absolutely free. We are going to tell you just how you can do it, and it's totally legal. All you need is an internet connection.
Come on. Is it REALLY free to live stream?
Yes. You don't actually have to permanently part ways with a single penny to do this. Here's how:
- First, click this link. Register for an account (new customers) or login if you already have one.
- Make a minimum deposit of £10, or if you already have money in your account you don't need to.
- Alternatively, you can place a bet and then it doesn't matter if you have money or not.
To sum up, to watch Bet 365 live streams you need to either a) have a funded account or b) have placed a bet in the last 24 hours.
You can also withdraw your money at any time. So yes technically customers have to deposit some money but you never actually lose that money unless you decide to spend it. You are more than welcome to just keep your account funded and you will have access to these matches every week. When you decide, just withdraw that money back into your bank.
There is no pressure to place bets if you don't want to. Simply keep the money in your account and enjoy your live streams forever. If you do decide to gamble on the game you're watching or anything else, please remember to Gamble Responsibly.
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There are often deals and offers for new customers too which are worth checking out.
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But how do I use the streaming service?
You simply need to navigate to the match you want, or you can browse and see what you might fancy watching. First of all, hit the Soccer tab, then you will see a list of leagues and competitions. You can browse these or if you want to you can click on a specific one. If it is a league covered by Bet 365 - all the big European leagues are - then you will notice every single event has a small video icon next to it. This means these games are available for live streaming. Click on the event you want and you will see a video pop up. Click that and you can watch live. You can do this on their website on desktop or via their app with your IOS or Android smartphone, tablet or whatever device is compatible.
What sporting events and leagues do they show on live streaming?
Bet 365 offers live streams for a bunch of live sport from around the world of things like basketball, ice hockey and more, but we are here for football and Bet 365 is extremely popular for football. They have access to every single fixture throughout the season from some of the top divisions including European giants Bundesliga, La Liga, Serie A and Ligue 1. Football broadcasting rights dictate that Bet 365 cannot live stream the competitions of the country you are in. Therefore, the Premier League and Championship etc are not available in the UK, but you can get around this with a VPN. If you have one, login and change your IP to a foreign country and you should be able to stream. Of course the same thing applies to Germany, Spain etc which is why we in the UK can watch their leagues without any trouble.
So, if you want to see the likes of Bayern Munich, Real Madrid or PSG on a weekly basis, simply login to Bet 365, make sure you have some money in your account and start live streaming the action!
Big matches coming up this weekend on Bet 365 live streaming
Here are just some of the games you could watch live for free this weekend. Real Madrid host Eibar on Saturday as the La Liga title race heats up. Later in the day we have the Derby Della Mole as Turin rivals Torino and Juventus face off. PSG and Lille is must-watch in Ligue 1 with both teams neck and neck at the top of the table on equal points - crazy! Of course there is RB Leipzig vs Bayern Munich in a top of the table clash in the Bundesliga with the Red Bulls desperate to win and put the pressure on. Frankly, there are too many to list. An all Basque Copa Del Rey final which should have been played last year but was delayed due to Covid-19, Sevilla and Atletico de Madrid in La Liga, the list goes on. All of these can be live streamed with Bet 365, and if you're really desperate for English league action you can always try to access Bet 365 through a VPN and watch those. If you ask me, there's plenty on offer this weekend in Europe without the need for cutting corners.
Here are 10 matches well worth live streaming with Bet 365 this weekend:
|Saturday 3 April||14:30||Bundesliga||Borussia Dortmund vs Eintracht Frankfurt|
|Saturday 3 April||15:15||La Liga||Real Madrid vs Eibar|
|Saturday 3 April||16:00||Ligue 1||Paris Saint Germain vs Lille|
|Saturday 3 April||17:00||Serie A||Torino vs Juventus|
|Saturday 3 April||17:30||Bundesliga||RB Leipzig vs Bayern Munich|
|Saturday 3 April||20:30||Copa Del Rey||Athletic Bilbao vs Real Sociedad|
|Sunday 4 April||14:30||Bundesliga||VFB Stuttgart vs Werder Bremen|
|Sunday 4 April||16:05||Ligue 1||Nimes vs Saint Etienne|
|Sunday 4 April||17:00||Bundesliga||Union Berlin vs Hertha Berlin|
|Sunday 4 April||20:00||La Liga||Sevilla vs Atletico de Madrid|
Need to know when and where your team is playing?
For all the info you could need about how to watch football, please refer to our live football page. There you can find links to trusted, legal sources of live streaming as well as a tonne of other data about when matches are happening, and on which TV channels you can watch them.
Click here to learn more.