OneFootball launches new smart TV app

Kiran Thakare 2 months ago

German based website now available on bigger screens for fans to enjoy in their living rooms

Fans of OneFootball will be pleased to hear that the football media company has now launched a smart TV app, meaning they can enjoy the beautiful game in all its glory on a big screen if they prefer.

The German live score, news and highlights platform already provides football live streams on its website and mobile app, but now brings TV functionality to its users.

OneFootball offers a range of live streaming options on its website and app including several free matches per week and many more for pay-per-view.

The content offered depends on the territory in which you access OneFootball. For example, users in Brazil can access every match of the German Bundesliga season completely free, while a global rights deal with several smaller leagues allows fans across the world to tune in - those include the Danish Superliga, Indian Premier League and more.

As part of the launch of OneFootball's new smart TV app, pay-per-view games from leagues such as the German Bundesliga, Italian Serie A and Brazilian Serie A will be available to fans, depending on their location.

As well as offering live football on the new smart TV app, OneFootball will provide highlights and other dedicated club content.

The OneFootball smart TV app is already available on Apple and Amazon Fire TV devices, and will soon be present on Android, Samsung and LG devices.

Users will be able to purchase individual matches or whole packages via OneFootball for some of the world's biggest leagues.

Ismail Elshareef, Chief Product Officer at OneFootball, said of the launch:

“We know our users want the option to watch live matches on the big screen, so we’ve answered their call by making it even easier to enjoy the game they love, in any way that suits them – on their phones, on the web, and now on connected TV devices,”

“We can’t wait to bring OneFootball’s incredible variety of content to television screens around the world – in full HD, that brings you, and your friends and family even closer to the action.”

For more information on how you can watch the German Bundesliga completely FREE on the OneFootball website and app from anywhere in the world, check out our guides section, where we go into detail on how to access various leagues for FREE.

Stick around for more football news, and don't forget to check out our very own legal, FREE football live streams - we provide coverage of some of the most prestigious leagues in the world, including La Liga, the Bundesliga, Serie A and many more.

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