Being a cord cutter and watching your favorite soccer games has never been easier. That includes Sunday’s high-profile match between Barcelona and Real Madrid, which will feature LaLiga’s title winner against the UEFA Champions League finalist. Of course, there’s also Messi versus Ronaldo, but that’s a whole other story. So if you’re already a cord cutter or you’re thinking about cutting the cord, here are our recommendations on how you can watch Sunday’s el Clásico:
Sling TV is the leader in streaming in the United States. The number of different packages they offer are too many to mention here, but the one that is the most cost-effective and greatest value for the money is the Best of Spanish TV. With it, you get beIN SPORTS and beIN SPORTS en Español so you can watch Sunday’s el Clásico with your choice of English- or Spanish-language commentators. Plus, Sling’s Best of Spanish TV package is just $10 per month. And they offer a free 7-day trial.
For soccer fans, Sling’s Best of Spanish TV package offers 23 channels in all. beIN SPORTS and beIN SPORTS en Español also offers LaLiga, Serie A, Ligue 1 and more.
Plus you also get the Univision channels (offering Liga MX, MLS and Bundesliga) and Universo (featuring several World Cup games as well as Premier League matches). In addition to that, Sling’s Best of Spanish TV package includes several Spanish-language entertainment channels such as Hola TV, BabyTV Español, Cine Sony, El Financiero Bloomberg TV, FOROtv, History en Español, NTN24, Univision tinovelas, Zee Mundo, Azteca, Cbeebies, Cinelatino, Estrella TV, Galavision, INTI Network, Pasiones and Vme Kids. The Best of Spanish TV package from Sling TV is priced at $10 per month on a standalone basis or $5 per month when combined with Sling Orange, Sling Blue or any other Spanish-language service. Sign up for a free 7-day trial to Sling’s Best of Spanish TV package today.
Other cord cutting options for el Clásico include fuboTV, go90, iGOL and Sling’s World Sports package.
The Big Apple
If you live in the New York area, LaLiga is hosting a free viewing party for el Clásico. It’ll be from 12:30-5:30pm ET at Hudson River Park’s pier 26. Be sure to register in advance to save your spot. David Villa will be there. Plus, there’ll be plenty of food, drinks and music.
No matter where you are in the United States — whether you’ll be at home, at work or outside — there’s nothing better than cheering on your favorite team in el Clásico.