B/R Live temporarily removes paywall to offer soccer fans more access to classic games

Given the postponement of games across the world, B/R Live recently temporarily removed their paywall to allow sports fans to access a wealth of programming including its archive of soccer matches and other programming.

For soccer fans, the two exceptions are LFCTV and MUTV 24/7 channels, but both of those are available via subscription if you want to watch the latest news out of Anfield and Old Trafford.

What is on offer includes classic UEFA Champions League matches and games from the Europa League plus programming from Arsenal TV and BVB World, among others. This week, for example, B/R Live is highlighting Liverpool FC, which includes a free stream of the infamous 2005 Champions League final and their incredible comeback against AC Milan.

Plus, B/R Live features on-demand content from the 2018/19 and 2019/20 European seasons as well as content from Spurs TV.

In addition to making plenty of content available for free, B/R Live in March worked with their billing platform provider and platform partners at Apple, Google, Amazon, and Roku to pause B/R Live subscription billing for 60 days for their monthly subscribers. Annual subscribers have been offered a 10% refund. Additional refunds may be made available in the near future.

B/R Live is available in the United States.

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