How does live streaming La Liga games with a VPN work?
A VPN stands for virtual private network. When you use one, you’re able to encrypt your traffic and browse with a different IP address. Connecting to an ExpressVPN location in Spain means you can easily view Spanish content online, including top Real Madrid and La Liga action!
Hala Madrid! Watch Real in the 2017/18 La Liga
Cristiano Ronaldo remains the biggest draw at Bernabéu Stadium, and for a good reason—his goalscoring record is phenomenal. Every week seems to bring a new world record for Ronaldo, and he remains an absolute joy to watch.
Some say CR7 is the best footballer ever and there can be no doubt he’s one of the best two footballers on the planet. If not for Messi, he would be top by some distance. Indeed, between them, Ronaldo and Messi have won every single Ballon d’Or since its inception in 2010.
But it’s not just a one man show. Real Madrid have won the Champions League more than any other team because they consistently have the best team in the world. A former FIFA player of the year, Zinedine Zidane, currently sits in the manager’s seat and he’s sure to bring the best out of world-class players like Gareth Bale, Karim Benzema, and Sergio Ramos.
Stream Real Madrid club de fútbol games on beIN SPORTS (USA)
If you prefer a North American approach to Spanish “soccer,” beIN SPORTS is the broadcaster for you. Lucky for you, watching on beIN in HD quality is pretty easy when you have ExpressVPN, the world’s fastest VPN.
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 La Liga 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 Real Madrid vs. Barcelona? Real Madrid La Liga 2017/18 fixtures
The Galacticos have a demanding fixture list in La Liga but, as always, El Classico is the one to look out for. The two big Madrid vs. Barcelona matches take place on December 20, 2017, and May 6, 2017. How will you be watching them?
20 Aug 2017: Deportivo La Coruna (A)
27 Aug 2017: Valencia (H)
10 Sep 2017: Levante (H)
17 Sep 2017: Real Sociedad (A)
20 Sep 2017: Real Betis (H)
24 Sep 2017: Alaves (A)
01 Oct 2017: Espanyol (H)
15 Oct 2017: Getafe (A)
22 Oct 2017: Eibar (H)
29 Oct 2017: Girona (A
05 Nov 2017: Las Palmas (H)
19 Nov 2017: Atletico Madrid (A)
26 Nov 2017: Malaga (H)
03 Dec 2017: Athletic Club (A)
10 Dec 2017: Sevilla (H)
17 Dec 2017: Leganes (A)
20 Dec 2017: Barcelona (H)
07 Jan 2018: Celta Vigo (A)
14 Jan 2018: Villarreal (H)
21 Jan 2018: Deportivo La Coruna (H)
28 Jan 2018: Valencia (A)
04 Feb 2018: Levante (A)
11 Feb 2018: Real Sociedad (H)
18 Feb 2018: Real Betis (A)
25 Feb 2018: Alaves (H)
28 Feb 2018: Espanyol (A)
04 Mar 2018: Getafe (H)
11 Mar 2018: Eibar (A)
18 Mar 2018: Girona (H)
01 Apr 2018: Las Palmas (A)
08 Apr 2018: Atletico Madrid (H)
15 Apr 2018: Malaga (A)
18 Apr 2018: Athletic Club (H)
22 Apr 2018: Sevilla (A)
29 Apr 2018: Leganes (H)
06 May 2018: Barcelona (A)
13 May 2018: Celta Vigo (H)
20 May 2018: Villarreal (A)
Who will win the 2017/18 La Liga?
What a season it was for Real Madrid. The Galacticos reclaimed the La Liga trophy and topped it off with a Champions League triumph.
Will Real Madrid win La Liga again? Can they add to their record-holding collection of Champions League titles? ExpressVPN thinks they will certainly be around the silverware come May, but what do you say? Leave your predictions in the comments below!