Barcelona Live Stream Guide: How to Watch Online without Cable

You know who the best player in the world has gotta be? Lionel Messi. He’s won the FIFA Player of the Year award five times and has scored a record-breaking and insane 91 goals in a calendar year. You know who the best young player in the world has gotta be? Neymar. He won the South American Player of the Year award at just 19 years old, and Messi himself has said he will one day be the best player in the world. So when perhaps the two greatest goal-scoring talents in the game play for the same club – Barcelona – you really gotta watch. Looking to watch a Barcelona live stream?

Luckily for cord-cutters, there’s no shortage of ways to watch Barcelona online, even without cable TV. In this guide, we’ll explore the best services available that allow you to watch a Barcelona stream. See below for more details.

Catch a Barcelona Live Stream With The Sling TV Sports Package

Sling TV is arguably the best option for cable cutters, because they give you the mother lode of great deals. It’s also the best way to watch Barcelona live stream. Their base package is $20 a month, which gives you a number of awesome channels, including ESPN, ESPN2, and WatchESPN. Translation: Champions League games, in which Barcelona is a perennial participant. There’s also a package with FS1, FOX, and regional FOX Sports networks.

But if you tack on an extra $5 a month, you get Sling’s sports package, which gives you more outstanding sports channels. Notably, it includes beIN Sports, which has the US rights to La Liga. Every week, they show Barcelona’s game live.

But what of these deals? Well, for starters, you get a 7-day free trial. If you keep going after that, you can still cancel anytime; no contract. But if you sign up through this link and commit to three months, you get either a free Roku 2 (a $69.99 value) or half off a Roku 3. Since, per CNet, the Roku 2 is just as fast as its descendant, taking that deal amounts to getting three MONTHS of Sling TV free and ten dollars off a Roku 2.  It’s really a steal.

But as the old infomercial voice on TV used to tell us, but wait, there’s more! T-Mobile customers can get 30% off their regular “Best of Live TV” package, which comes out to about $14 a month, and (as long as you watch through your T-Mobile devices and network), watching Sling TV in this way doesn’t count against your data plan.  Let’s hope this perk catches on elsewhere, for the sake of cable cutters.

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FuboTV Provides Another Way to Watch Barcelona Online

Fubo is a cable-cutting service that seems to be made for soccer fans in particular. Not only do you get beIN Sports in both English and Spanish for that Barcelona stream, you get GolTV in English and Spanish, which will get you caught up on the Bundesliga and a number of Latin American leagues. Universal Deportes is in the mix too, and it all costs just $9.99 a month and you get a free 24 hour trial.

Fox Soccer 2 Go Lets You Watch Archived Games

Like ESPN, Fox Sports has rights to the Champions League and the Europa League (any many other leagues), but what if you work Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons, when Champions League games are usually played (as far as North American time)?

Fox Sports 2 Go has you covered, as they let you watch any game on the Fox family of networks (including rugby, highlight shows, and more) on demand (live too, of course).

That adds up to over 1,400 games to watch at your convenience all for just $19.99 a month. If you sign up for a full year, however, for $100, it’s less than half that (about $8 a month).  Jump on this one while it’s so cheap.

Get Both ESPN And Fox Sports Channels With Playstation Vue

Most cable-cutting services appear to have an agreement with one or the other. PlayStation Vue gives you both in their packages, so that Barcelona live stream in the Champions League is right at your fingertips for $29.99 a month. In addition to soccer, you’ll enjoy live content from 50+ popular TV networks. It works on Amazon Fire, PS3, PS4, Chromecast, and iPad. Here are our thoughts on the PlayStation Vue service

Attention Britons: Watch Footy On The Cheap with Now TV

The king of football in the British Isles is Sky Sports. Indeed, they are the king of all sports, with Sky Sports 1 through 5, plus Sky Sports News and Sky Sports F1.  Now TV lets you watch the complete suite of Sky Sports channels on your computer. The best thing about Now TV is its flexibility. You can pay for just a day of service for £6.99, or a week for £10.99, or a month for £31.99. It’s all up to what your needs and your budget are. Pretty impressive from our friends overseas.

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