Stream Barça games on beIN SPORTS (USA)
If you prefer a North American approach to Spanish “soccer,” beIN SPORTS show all Barcelona’s La Liga games. Lucky for you, watching on beIN in HD quality is pretty easy when you have ExpressVPN.
Here’s how to stream:
- Connect to any U.S. ExpressVPN servers
- Sign in at www.beinsports.com (subscription may be required)
- Get ready for kick-off!
Watch Barcelona live on Sky Sports (UK)
The UK’s Sky Sports has more live La Liga games than anyone else—even more than Spanish broadcasters!
Here’s how to stream Sky Sports’ Liga broadcasts with a VPN:
- Connect to any UK ExpressVPN server
- Sign in at www.skysports.com/watch (you’ll need a Sky Sports subscription or NowTV pass)
- Start watching!
When is Barcelona vs. Real Madrid? Barcelona La Liga 2017/18 fixtures
As always, El Classico is the match to look out for. The two big Barcelona vs. Madrid matches take place on December 23, 2017, and May 6, 2018. How will you be watching?
20 Aug 2017: Real Betis (H)
27 Aug 2017: Alavés (A)
10 Sep 2017: Espanyol (H)
17 Sep 2017: Getafe (A)
20 Sep 2017: Eibar (H)
24 Sep 2017: Girona (A)
01 Oct 2017: Las Palmas (H)
15 Oct 2017: Atletico Madrid (A)
22 Oct 2017: Malaga (H)
29 Oct 2017: Athletic Club (A)
05 Nov 2017: Sevilla (H)
19 Nov 2017: Leganes (A)
26 Nov 2017: Valencia (A)
03 Dec 2017: Celta Vigo (H)
10 Dec 2017: Villarreal (A)
17 Dec 2017: Deportivo La Coruna (H)
20 Dec 2017: Real Madrid (A)
07 Jan 2018: Levante (H)
14 Jan 2018: Real Sociedad (A)
21 Jan 2018: Real Betis (A)
28 Jan 2018: Alavés (H)
04 Feb 2018: Espanyol (A)
11 Feb 2018: Getafe (H)
18 Feb 2018: Eibar (A)
25 Feb 2018: Girona (H)
28 Feb 2018: Las Palmas (A)
04 Mar 2018: Atletico Madrid (H)
11 Mar 2018: Malaga (A)
18 Mar 2018: Athletic Club (H)
01 Apr 2018: Sevilla (A)
08 Apr 2018: Leganes (H)
15 Apr 2018: Valencia (H)
18 Apr 2018: Celta Vigo (A)
22 Apr 2018: Villarreal (H)
29 Apr 2018: Deportivo La Coruna (A)
06 May 2018: Real Madrid (H)
13 May 2018: Levante (A)
20 May 2018: Real Sociedad (H)
Força Barça! Watch Barcelona in the 2017/18 La Liga
Let’s be honest, Lionel Messi is incredible. He’s possibly the greatest footballer of all time. There are few records “Messidona” hasn’t claimed—his 91 goals in a calendar year (2012) may never be broken.
Messi has been nominated for every single FIFA Ballon d’Or since its inception in 2010 and has won the title a record-breaking 4 times. That’s not to mention the FIFA World Player of the Year, which Messi has technically held since 2009 (when the Ballon d’Or took over the competition).
But it’s not just a one-man show. Pep Guardiola’s Barcelona legacy is a free-flowing attack that’s amongst the most potent in the history of football. Messi and Suarez may be without Neymar, but the team continues to attract ridiculously gifted players, and it’s a matter of time before a new attack arises – one that might outshine the Ronaldinho, Eto’o, and Giuly/Messi triumvirate that reigned supreme under Frank Rijkaard!
Will Barcelona win the 2017/18 La Liga?
With the departure of Neymar comes the end of the fabled MSN era. However, the Catalans seem to be doing just fine, racing to a big lead at the top of La Liga.
Will Barcelona reclaim the league title from Real Madrid? Will Lionel Messi add another Pichichi Trophy to his endless collection of silverware?
What do you think? Leave your predictions in the comments below!