Real Madrid Live Stream: How to Watch Online

Real Madrid live stream

There’s a beauty in the way Spanish clubs play soccer that is unmatched anywhere in the world. That style is best exemplified by Real Madrid in general and their world superstars Cristiano Ronaldo ad James Rodriguez in particular. They make the beautiful game beautiful, and they play in the best rivalry in soccer to boot. El Clasico, indeed. Looking to watch a Real Madrid live stream?

There are thousands of Real Madrid fans in the United States and millions around the world, and they all have one thing in common: they crave a way to watch Real Madrid online without getting sucked in to cable contracts.  Here are several great ways to do so.

Sling TV Is Going To Save You Money + Let You Watch Real Madrid Live Stream

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Most cable-cutting services, including the ones featured here at CutCableToday.com, range from nice to great. But their deals are pretty straightforward – a free trial here, a free month there. That’s not the case with Sling TV, which has dizzying deal after dizzying deal and lets you combine them all. What is Sling TV? Read our review for more information.

First, the basics: It’s just $20 a month for a nice smorgasbord of US TV channels, including ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, and a ton of staples from A&E to the Food Network. There’s also another package with the FOX Sports channels, most notably including FS1, FOX, and regional FOX Sports networks. But you can also tack on a $5 a month sports package, which includes beIN Sports.  BeIN holds the American rights to La Liga, so you get to see Real Madrid every week, no exaggeration. The sports package includes both beIN English and beIN Spanish, which provide a ton of Real Madrid stream options, and a number of other sports channels showing a number of other leagues and competitions.

Now, back to those deals. You get a 7-day free trial!  You can cancel anytime! When you sign up for 3 months of service, they will throw in either a Roku 2 box ($69.99 value) or half off a Roku 3 box. As the eggheads at CNet note, the Roku 2 box is as fast as Roku 3, so taking that deal is the equivalent to getting a Sling TV for 3 months free on top of 10 bucks off a Roku 2 box.

It can’t get better, can it? It can. T-Mobile subscribers get the base “Best Of Live TV” package for the equivalent of $14 a month, but best of all, T-Mobile’s “Binge On” program means anything you watch on Sling via the T-Mobile network does not count against your data plan limit. Wow!

FuboTV Is A Soccer Lover’s Dream

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Like Sling TV, you will find both English and Spanish beIN sports on FuboTV, which means you’re rarely more than a week away from a Real Madrid live stream. But they also carry GolTV English and Spanish, which means the Bundesliga and a ton of South American action. Those are just the beginning of the channels of FuboTV, which does not have “Fubo” in the name by accident. It’s just $9.99 a month, and you get 24 hours to check it out for free.

Fox Soccer 2 Go Lets You Watch Real Madrid Online On-Demand

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Real Madrid is one of those teams that qualifies for either the Champions League and the Europa League every year, and alas, you won’t find a Real Madrid stream from the Champions League on beIN. You will find it on the Fox Sports networks, and Fox Sports 2 Go has all of their soccer matches, soccer shows, and rugby matches. It all comes to some 1,400 matches a year, and Fox Soccer 2 Go sets itself apart by allowing you to watch any of those on-demand. Live too, of course.

It’s crazy affordable too, at $19.99 a month or just $100 dollars if you sign up for a year in one go. That knocks over 50% off the monthly price, so sign up today.

KlowdTV Gives You White Collar Channels At A Blue Collar Price

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Once I’ve finished writing this article, I am (swear to God) going to flip on GolTV and watch a soccer match, in English, from the Venezuelan League through KlowdTV.  KlowdTV affords me the choice to watch GolTV in English or Spanish, and gives you a free hour of DVR space on their server if you want to catch something later (you can pay for more space too). GolTV, the most underrated soccer network ever,  has South America covered down to obscurity, and KlowdTV allows you to get it with their sports package (which also includes The Fight Network, Fight Box, Fast & Fun Box, and FNTSY Sports Network, all for just $3.49 a month)

They have numerous other packages too, including a Deportes one which allows you to watch still more soccer. Most of these packages will give you access to enjoy Real Madrid live stream on various channels. You get a 7-day free trial, but why don’t you go ahead and make those 7 days 3 months by using coupon code CCT1?

PlayStation Vue Gives You Access to Real Madrid Live Stream

Playstation Vue

You are probably aware that ESPN and Fox (along with other networks, but these two are the main ones) fight all day every day for broadcasting rights to different sporting events, and those exclusivity deals extend to cable-cutter boxes and services, most of which only offer one or the other.

Not so with PlayStation Vue, which gives you a suite of ESPN Networks along with Fox Sports 1 and Fox Sports 2. Meaning? More soccer. More Real Madrid.

Their basic package starts at a reasonable $29.99  and works on PS3, PS4, Amazon Fire devices, ChromeCast, and iPad.

Now TV Is The Answer For UK Residents

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Here at Cut Cable Today, we are the world. We are the children. We don’t solely cater to American cable cutters.  In the UK, there is an outstanding service that gives you a sports package with Sky Sports 1-5, Sky Sports F1, and Sky Sports News, and does something the packages above do not – allow you to buy by the day (£6.99), week (£6.99), or month (£31.99).  The sports package is only one of several packages they offer, and you can check it all out here.

Whether you’re a Real Madrid fan or not, I invite you to take a look at our general soccer cable-cutting guide. Looking for a new ISP? Check out our internet service provider comparison page.