After an epic 10 week break, one of Europe’s favourite soccer leagues is back up and running. That’s right, the Bundesliga is roaring back from this Saturday, May 16. And we couldn’t be more excited about it. If you’re a fan of premium European football, these are matches you’re not going to want to miss. Soak up every single minute of the action and stream Bundesliga matches for free.
Yes, that’s right, we’re going to tell you how to stream Bundesliga matches for free. And of course we’ll tell you what you have to look forward to this weekend and refresh your memory a little bit on what happened before the Bundesliga took it’s little break.
Depending on your geographical location, you can stream Bundesliga matches for free via Bet365. Yes, that’s right. If you’re based in the United Kingdom, Ireland or lots of other countries where Bet365 operates, you get the option of firing up a live stream for what has to be some of the most hotly anticipated soccer matches of all time.
All you need to do is have funds in your account or have placed a wager with Bet365 some time in the 24 hours running up to the stream you want to watch. Once you qualify, you can stream Bundesliga matches to your heart’s desire.
Now it is worth noting that punters in Austria, Germany, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg and Switzerland can’t access these streamed matches.
Plus if you’re not yet signed up to Bet365, you can take advantage of this sweet welcome offer…
Up to £100 in Bet Credits for new customers at bet365.
This weekend is Matchday 26 of the Bundesliga and there is plenty of action that’s going to get underway.
If you’re planning to stream Bundesliga matches or to bet on them, of course it’s good to be informed about how the league has been playing out up until this point. That’s crucial in deciding what matches to watch and what are smart bets to make. So we’re going to run through a few of the key things you should know.
With 17 matches won and four matches drawn out of 25, FC Bayern Munich are at the top of the league with 55 points. They’re going to be hitting the field on Sunday in a game against FC Union Berlin, but as that team is just 11 in the ranking right now, it’s likely Bayern Munich will come out on top. But it will be interesting to see the top of the league team strutting their stuff after such a long break.
Borussia Dortmund and RB Leipzig are second and third in the league, respectively, but only have one league point between them. Both of their matches this weekend would be worth streaming, but they’re both at 14:30 BST on Saturday, so we’re afraid you’re either going to have to flick between the two or prioritise.
But which match will be better? To be honest with you, it’s a bit of a toss up. Borussia Dortmund’s rivals FC Schalke are sixth in the league, with 37 points. Meanwhile, SC Freiburg aren’t far behind at 36 points in eighth position. At a push, we’d recommend checking out the RB Leipzig vs SC Freiburg game, but really both should be pretty interesting watches.