As Chelsea attempts to claw their way back to relevancy, they can take a huge step forward in the process by knocking off Real Madrid, who just two months ago were crowned champions of Europe, in the International Champions Cup. With two fun teams facing off, you definitely won’t want to miss the Real Madrid vs Chelsea live stream – and now, you won’t have to!
The game will be aired live on Saturday, July 30th, at 3PM Eastern on ESPN and ESPN Deportes. Is it possible to find Real Madrid vs Chelsea streaming free and legally? You bet! Here’s how:
Sling TV Lets You Watch Real Madrid vs Chelsea Online
The first and best option to watch a Real Madrid vs Chelsea live stream is through Sling TV. They have two basic packages, and one of them, the Orange package, includes ESPN, ESPN2, AMC, and about 20 more channels. It’s just $20 a month, with a 7-day free trial.
Sling TV is available without a contract, and works on almost every major streaming device. With it, you can watch stream Real Madrid vs Chelsea on your computer, mobile device, streaming player, smart TV, etc. quickly and easily.
If you want to watch Real Madrid vs Chelsea online in Spanish, you can through Sling TV’s “Best of Spanish TV” package, which is $5 extra a month. It carries ESPN Deportes and many other fantastic networks that habla Espanol.
Now is especially a great time to sign up for Sling TV if you want a Roku 2, because for a limited time, prepaying for 3 months of Sling TV means getting a coupon for a free Roku 2. A Roku 2 is worth $70. The cost of 3 months of Sling TV is $60. If you need a streaming device, this deal is a no-brainer.
As of this writing, they also have an outstanding Apple TV deal, where again, if you prepay for three months of Sling TV, they will arrange for you to get Apple TV for $89.
It gets even better for T-Mobile customers. If you watch Sling TV through T-Mobile devices and sign up through this link, Sling TV Orange will cost you just $14 per month instead of $20 (you can still cancel anytime and you still get the trial period). Best of all, it doesn’t even count against your data plan if you watch on your T-Mobile devices, thanks to T-Mobile’s “Binge On” program. Get the skinny on all things Sling TV here.
Watch Real Madrid vs Chelsea Live Stream on PlayStation Vue
Another option for watching Real Madrid vs Chelsea online is PlayStation Vue. It doesn’t matter if you sign up for their Core, Access, or Elite package, they all carry ESPN so you will get to stream Real Madrid vs Chelsea.
PlayStation Vue (review) works on Android and iOS (iPhone/iPad) devices, Amazon Fire TV products, Chromecast, Roku, and of course PS3 and PS4. But for the most part, you have to watch at your home base. PlayStation Vue does not allow for mobile streaming except on iPhone and iPad, and only with very strict and widely-encompassing limitations at that.
The best thing about PlayStation Vue is the sheer volume of channels. Their Elite package has over 100, and even their cheapest package comes with over 50. That package starts at $29.99, so it presents quite a good value. Overall, Sling TV is a better option, but Vue is also a good way to watch ICC 2016 online.
International Options to Stream Real Madrid vs Chelsea Live
Live outside of the United States? Don’t worry, there are many great ways you can watch a Real Madrid vs Chelsea live stream. Click here to learn about international live streaming options.
Real Madrid vs Chelsea Streaming Schedule
Date: Saturday, July 30
Time: 3:00 p.m. ET
Live stream: Sling TV
This match will be played at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, and fans worldwide are excitedly awaiting the game. You can check the tournament preview to learn more about the various teams competing in ICC 2016. Interested in more cord-cutting soccer action than just the Real Madrid vs Chelsea live stream? Have a look-see at our soccer guide.
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