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Eredivisie now available in USA via OZ streaming service

After a long and frustrating time of no Eredivisie games available to soccer fans in the United States, a legal streaming service named OZ is now making select games available.

Whether you’re a supporter of PSV Eindhoven, Ajax, Feyenoord or any of the Dutch teams, you’ll be glad to know that the wait is finally over. In previous years, US rights to the Eredivisie have jumped around from Univision Deportes and ESPN3 to NGSN, GolTV and the FOX Soccer Channel. But thankfully a new home has been found.

Based in Iceland, OZ streams select Eredivisie games. Plus the streaming service has the rights to the A-League from Australia and other leagues. OZ offers a free 30-day trial, and then the service is available for $9.99 per month.

As well as being able to watch games on your desktop or laptop, OZ has apps for Android and iOS, which is compatible with Apple TV. Search for “OZ Live.”

Sign up for a free 30-day trial to OZ today.

I haven’t had the opportunity yet to test out the streams, but the initial feedback I’ve received from World Soccer Talk readers has been positive.

Here are the list of example games that are being shown this weekend (all times listed are Eastern United States) including the must-watch game between Feyenoord and PSV:

 

Saturday, February 24

AZ Alkmaar vs. Sparta Rotterdam, 12:30pm, OZ (free 30-day trial)

 

Sunday, February 25

Ajax vs. ADO Den Haag, 6:30am, OZ (free 30-day trial)

Feyenoord vs. PSV Eindhoven, 8:30am, OZ (free 30-day trial)

 

SEE MORE: Schedule of Eredivisie games on US streaming

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4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. Ferran

    August 10, 2018 at 2:47 am

    Not anymore! I’ve been to the Oz.com website and once when I went to the Eredivisie option and the message stated: “It’s not available in your country!” (SAD FACE)

  2. DiRT

    February 28, 2018 at 11:42 am

    I love this service and I absolutely hate it.

    I signed up for the full service. Even though I registered in the US, I can VPN into Iceland and unlock the Scottish Pro and Belgian Pro leagues. This also has the Australian A-League and Chinese Super League. AWESOME.

    The web interface is clunky, but it gets the job done. Streaming picture quality is not the crispest, and it doesn’t appear to be manually adjustable like FuboTV, but it gets the job done.

    But the apps. Oh the humanity! This team is the absolute dirt worst when it comes to developing apps and dealing with users.

    I used almost a dozen (A DOZEN!) different Android devices. Every single device carried the warning “This app may not be optimized for your device.” I installed anyway, and the app crashed on every single one a mere few seconds into loading. From phones to tablets to Chromebooks, the app failed every time on every device.

    Fine. I’ll try an iPad. It loaded. I logged in. It told me I wasn’t subscribed to anything and it crashed.

    Well, I’ll want to watch it on my TV anyway. I’ll try my TV connected devices.

    Roku? No app.
    Fire TV? No app.
    Android TV? No app.

    Seriously?

    What about a work around? I’ll try the Silk browser on my Fire TV, I log in. I find a video. I click play. It plays for a few seconds and stops. I scan ahead a minute or so, and it plays for a few seconds and stops. I scan ahead an hour and it loads… and loads… and loads… and never plays.

    Surely the support team must have something to say about this. I must have done something wrong. I’m missing something. How do I get this working?

    “Our Apple TV app offers the best experience.”

    OK? That’s great for that 15% of the market. What about the rest of us?

    I made one final effort, using the Edge web browser on my Xbox one to watch directly on my TV, and amazingly enough, it worked. Much like FuboTV, the site will load and play just fine, even though the interface isn’t designed for a game controller (and much less for a media remote) and it’s a pain to log into. But at the very least, it works for now.

  3. Fernando

    February 25, 2018 at 11:54 pm

    I sign up, includes the Australian A league and selected Eredivisie games. NOTICE: It includes also the Scottish Premier League, but its blackout in the USA.

  4. Brad

    February 25, 2018 at 3:30 pm

    This is fantastic news. I will definitely sign up for this. Just wish they had their upcoming schedule available on the website.

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