The only way you can guarantee seeing the boys in every single league game is an Anfield season ticket and going to every away. It's as simple as that.Streams will only happen if a game is being broadcast somewhere. Not every game is broadcast, and even less are broadcast in English speaking countries only. 3pm saturday KOs will never be shown live in the UK, as has been the case for as long as most people can remember, and there's no way the premier league would sanction LFC/MUTV/ChelseaTV etc. to show all of their games on their own channels, given the money Sky etc. pay for broadcasting.Want to watch the boys every minute of every game, simply you've got to go to every game. Otherwise, you'll just have to settle for shitty streams, sky and the vile BT Sport, like the rest of us...Sorry!
MY SNIP shitty streams, sky and the vile BT Sport, like the rest of us...Sorry!
Hope people don't mind starting this annual thread nice and early.I do want to ask a question that I'm sure many of us ask every season....What is the most reliable way to watch EVERY Liverpool match for next season? Whether that is a reliable website with streams that consistently work or some motorised satellite system. I'd be willing to pay if it meant could watch the beloved reds in good quality and with English commentary.So ideally:1. Every LFC match (including sat 3pm kick-offs)2. Good quality (at least SD)3. English commentaryThanks for any help/info.
The best option for me, and the one I'd be most interested in, would be pay-per-view through IPTV (I've got a fibre-optic internet connection). That way I wouldn't have to pay for content I'm not interested in but only the matches I want to see. I'd be prepared to pay good money for such a service (preferably with 1080p60 quality and English commentary), but since nobody wants to sell me such, I'll continue with free streams.If the Premier League and e.g. Sky really wanted to eradicate online free streams, they should stop their current business model and start selling the matches globally without any restrictions. There's enough of a demand for the PL all over the world that it would be very profitable. The current system is old-fashioned and based on business principles no longer applying in the modern, global economy.
May be posted elsewhere but anyone know how to watch the legends game today?
I used to be a season ticket holder (until child came along), and in part-time fit satellite systems.I get to watch 99% of LFC games in the comfort of my own armchair.The only problem I had this season was last game of the season where we were not an option i.e. it was a nothing game. You could only watch Newcastle (relegation fight) or Chelsea (Champions).You need a suitable receiver (dreambox/Enigma 2 based receiver), along with a decent sized dish (at least 1m here in North West).You then subscribe to a reliable provider (cheap), plug box into router, and away you go.Other option would be Android box with KODI (XBMC) with sports devil installed. This is acceptable, but shit quality compared to satellite as no buffering.
Curious to find out if anyone (located in North America) is using an internet TV box like Roku or INL3D to view games? I'm thinking of investing.
If you're in NA, not sure why you would need one of those boxes (unless you don't have cable). Every league game is covered by either NBC, NBC Sports or NBC Sports Live Extra (so long as your ISP/cable provider is on their list you log on with). For the Live Extra service I usually go one of two ways, either watch on a device (iPhone, ipad or laptop), but most of the times I have a cable I plug from those devices into the TV. I find using the app probably the best quality, because using the service from a browser can be prone to buffering. Pretty much the same goes for Fox Sports for the CL and FA Cup (but you need a toGo account to get it online. Can't recall if the league cup was on BeIN last season, but same deal with them as fox. Hope that helps.It's great- since emigrating I rarely miss a game now.
It is early but don't want to be struggling tomorrow. anyone know any good links for LFC GO streams?
Any links to the game today?
Pretty happy with Arse taking it.
http://www.softsportstv.eu/working for me...
This works well for me, thanks.
Someone posted this on reddit. Not sure if it'll work, but YT links are usually boss https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oXRBe9C_BgY
Perfect quality, thanks very much'
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