The UEFA Champions League is an annual competition of soccer teams that play matches in a tournament style. These soccer teams compete till the top team comes out as the winner and the champions.
However, the UEFA Champions League was abruptly cancelled this year because of the coronavirus, but it will be returning this month.
So, if you’re a fan of soccer, you may want to watch out for the UEFA Champions League. Read on to learn how you can watch the games on your mobile device for free.
Watch UEFA For Free
UEFA.tv is one of the greatest news for the fans as they can now enjoy the 2020 season, and all the upcoming seasons of the league live without spending even a single dime.
The UEFA.tv is an over the top free to watch platform that will allow you to watch both live and on-demand content. The best part is that even if there is no official broadcaster or rights-holder in a country, UEFA.tv will broadcast the matches in that county without any fee.
The decision has been taken by the UEFA management to bring the league up to the mark with the evolving digital landscape.
BT Sports will stream the Champions League finals live on their Youtube channel for the 5th year. Fortunately, Youtube is available worldwide, and this makes BT Sports the hero of live streaming. Due to the pandemic, the schedule and the venue of the playoffs have also been shifted.
Earlier, Istanbul and Turkey were set to host the games, but now, the Champions League will take place in Portugal and Germany. By any chance, if you miss the game, the highlights will be available on the same channel.
Country-Specific Streaming Services
The Champions League fans in Canada can also watch the game no matter where they are. It is a bit unfortunate if you are stuck in a foreign country due to coronavirus. However, that should not stop you from watching the game.
DAZN runs a live streaming service for the Canadians, and they broadcast UEFA fixtures throughout the season. There is a subscription fee, but they are also giving the first month free.
Given that the matches will begin from the 5th of August and the finals are to be held around 21st August, register on the 4th of August and cancel the subscription on the 22nd of August.
On a similar note, many other streaming channels and platforms are available in various countries across the globe. It is pretty easy to connect with them and start watching your game.
Several applications can help you connect with your favorite team’s live streaming. For instance, you can use Kodi, Mobdro, or Live NetTV to stream the UEFA Champions League.
These streaming services do offer great quality and live matches to people all across the globe for free. Not only UEFA, but there are a lot of other sorts of streaming and on-demand content that you can watch on these applications.
However, the catch with these applications is that they are not available to download on all the operating systems, most of them work with Android devices. But very few of these similar services work on an iOS powered device.
This is because there is a risk factor involved with these services, so it is essential to use a VPN service while gaining access to these services. With a VPN, your device’s location will ping from another country or region.
In a time when the world is forced to follow social distancing and live with several precautions, it is better to stay at home and watch the game from your mobile. Not only is this safe, but it is also super fun and thrilling.