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Real Madrid TV now available in US through Fanatiz

Fanatiz continues to add to their already impressive offering of soccer content. The latest addition is Real Madrid TV, which is now available exclusively in the United States through Fanatiz, the soccer streaming service.

Real Madrid is arguably the biggest club in the world. The 13-time Champions League winners, a record, are in the hunt for trophies every year and attract the best players on the globe to join their illustrious organization. So far this season, Los Blancos beat local rivals Atletico Madrid to win the Spanish Super Cup, are two points behind Barcelona for the top spot in LaLiga and will face Manchester City in the round of 16 in the Champions League. Fanatiz is the first and only streaming platform in the United States where fans can watch the channel domestically — both in English and in Spanish.

“With our recent European soccer viewership numbers on the rise along with a spike in our U.S. subscriber base, we’re thrilled to welcome Real Madrid TV to Fanatiz,” said Fanatiz CEO and Founder Matías Rivera. “The Fanatiz platform is all about customizing fans’ viewing experience and ensuring they never miss the action when it comes to their favorite teams. Today’s news is a win-win for all as fans of Real Madrid can tune-in using the most affordable sports streaming option available on the market today.”

The network offers viewers an incredible amount of access to the 33-time, a record, LaLiga champions. Fans can watch exclusive interviews, full matches (on delay) from the Champions League, Copa del Rey and LaLiga and news programs dedicated to the club. Real Madrid TV also offers supporters the opportunity to watch training sessions along with reserve and academy matches so you really get the chance to see the progress of players in all levels of the team. Classic matches in the club’s iconic history are also present on the network.

Along with so much content on the pitch, Real Madrid TV also offers programming on their basketball team, Real Madrid Baloncesto. The basketball club was founded 29 years after the soccer team and are arguably more successful. They’ve won 35 Liga Endesa titles, 28 Copa del Rey de Baloncesto championships, six Supercopa de Espana de Baloncesto titles and 10 EuroLeague, the basketball equivalent of the Champions League, titles. All of those are records. The franchise also has a lot of players that have come into the NBA and have been successful. Drazen Petrovic and Arvydas Sabonis are the most notable and are members of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. Luka Doncic is the latest former Real Madrid star to come into the NBA and the 20-year-old is already a fan favorite and considered a superstar in his second season.

Late last year, Fanatiz reduced the monthly price of their service for new and existing customers to $7.99. The streaming platform, which offers a 7-day free trial, has plenty of soccer matches such as Copa Libertadores, Copa Sudamericana, Argentina’s first division, LaLiga, Ligue 1 and Spain’s second division among others.

Adding Real Madrid TV enhances an already exciting amount of content.

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4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. Brian

    February 26, 2020 at 8:20 am

    Glad they have the English feed too. I have had this service for 4 months now and besides beIN English and GOL TV English there really isn’t much for me as a non speaking Spanish person. Would love to be able to follow Superliga but can’t.

    • Monte Reed

      February 26, 2020 at 9:30 am

      I just turn the volume down on my tv until a goal scored

  2. Daniel Mullen

    February 25, 2020 at 11:24 pm

    I’m confused about the “both in English and in Spanish” part. I recently tried out the service because the price seemed good but it was literally all on Spanish. That’s why I cancelled.

    • Christopher Harris

      February 26, 2020 at 7:03 am

      For Real Madrid TV, they have two feeds — one completely in English and the other one in Spanish (see screenshot above in the article). As far as the other channels they have in English, Fanatiz has GolTV in English, beIN SPORTS in English and many of the beIN SPORTS Connect channels in English, too.

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