The Barcelona vs Mallorca game starts today (Saturday, June 13) at 4 p.m. Eastern (10 p.m. CET local time). That's 1 p.m. Pacific and 9 p.m. GMT.
La Liga continues with Barcelona vs Mallorca. Live streams for the next big game El Gran Derbi are a must for this match, as we get to see Lionel Messi perform for the first time in a very long time.
In the shadow of Sevilla's 2-0 shutout of Real Betis, Mallorca enters this game hoping to avoid a similar blanking. The last time tow two faced, Messi scored 3 goals (at 17, 41 and 83 minutes in) — more than all of Mallorca made combined (Ante Budimir took a pair), in a 5-2 Barcelona win.
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The restarted La Liga season sees Barcelona in the driver's seat, with a 2-point advantage over Real Madrid, and in addition to Messi, Luis Suarez is returning from a knee injury. This adds up to bad odds for Mallorca, currently in 18th place. Maybe the time off will help them reset, and who knows what an empty arena will do for play.
So, for those excited for these marquee names returning to the play, or just for more La Liga action — as well as the folks happy to find some live sports — here's how to watch a Barcelona vs Mallorca live stream, including tips on using a VPN to find a broadcast of the match.
How can I use a VPN to watch Barcelona vs Mallorca?
Away from home during the La Liga action? With a virtual private network (VPN), you can surf the web from anywhere in the world while disguising your location. That allows you to access the same streaming services overseas that you can when you're at home.
We've tested many different options to find the best VPN service, and our pick is ExpressVPN. It offers superb speeds and excellent customer service. But you've got other VPN options as well. Here are our top picks.
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How to live stream Barcelona vs Mallorca in the US
US viewers will watch Barcelona vs Mallorca live on beIN sports (opens in new tab). Coverage is about to start, at 3:50 p.m. EDT/12:50 p.m. PDT.
BeIN, though, is one of those hard to find channels buried deep in cable and streaming listings, and often a premium add-on. That being said, a pair of streaming services do include beIN, allowing you to live stream Barcelona vs Mallorca.
The cheapest option is Sling TV, which features a World Sports package (opens in new tab) in addition to its standard array of Blue and Orange channel packages. World Sports costs $10 a month and includes beIN among its five channels. Fubo.TV, available for $55 a month also includes beIN in addition to more than 100 other channels.
Sling TV (opens in new tab): For $10 a month, you can get Sling's World Sports package, which includes beIN sports among other channels. Sling currently offers a 7-day free trial for new subscribers.
Fubo.TV (opens in new tab): The $55-a-month subscription service includes 100-plus channels and features a cloud DVR to record programs for watching at a later time.
How to live stream Barcelona vs Mallorca in the UK
Those in the United Kingdom will watch Barcelona vs Mallorca on LaLigaTV as part of Premier Sports. Throughout June, Sky UK customers can watch LaLigaTV for free by visiting the Premier Sports website (opens in new tab) and registering with the promo code BACKTOWIN.
How to live stream Barcelona vs Mallorca in Canada
As in the US, Canadian soccer fans need to turn to beIN (opens in new tab) to watch Barcelona vs Mallorca and the rest of La Liga's matches. Canadian viewers can also get beIN through Fubo.TV.
How to live stream La Liga matches in Australia
beIN (opens in new tab) also delivers La Liga coverage in Australia. Foxtel customers can add beIN to their service for an extra fee, while Kayo Sports (opens in new tab) includes beIn in its package of sports channels.