The Barcelona vs. Real Madrid match kicks off at 10 a.m. EDT/7 a.m. PDT today (Sat, Oct. 24). BeIN Sports carries the match in the U.S. while UK viewers will be able to watch on La Liga TV.
It's time for the Barcelona vs. Real Madrid live stream, which is always a must-see, as this El Clasico (much like every installment) sees the stakes much more elevated than usual. Neither team enters the match topping the La Liga table; instead both Barcelona and Real Madrid have struggled in the early going with neither looking particularly dominant.
Real Madrid finds itself in even hotter water, having lost its last two matches — one in La Liga, the other in the UEFA Champions League. Barcelona lost last week, too, but it recaptured some momentum with a midweek Champions League win.
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In other words, this is not your usual El Clasico, featuring Spain's two biggest teams. Still, any Barcelona vs. Real Madrid match is worth watching, and we can tell you where to find the match and how to use a VPN if it's not streaming in your area.
How can I use a VPN to watch Barcelona vs. Real Madrid?
You can find a Barcelona vs. Real Madrid live stream in most parts of the world, but if the game isn't available in your area, a virtual private network — or VPN — can come to your rescue. With a VPN, you can make it seem like you're surfing the web from elsewhere in the world, which allows you to watch live streams of sporting events that might otherwise not be available in your region.
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Barcelona vs. Real Madrid live streams in the U.S.
Cable channel beIN has the rights to La Liga matches, and that's where you'll find Saturday's Barcelona vs. Real Madrid live stream. While beIN is available through many cable TV packages, it's often not included in the basic tiers of services, so you may have to contact your cable or satellite TV provider to see if you have access.
BeIN streams is coverage through the beIN Sports Connect site (opens in new tab). You can also download the Android (opens in new tab) and iOS (opens in new tab) apps to watch the Barcelona vs. Real Madrid match on your smartphone. However, you will need to provide your cable or satellite TV login credentials to watch beIN Sports Connect, so that's not an option if you've dropped your cable subscription or if beIN isn't included with your service.
You can turn to a streaming service that includes beIN. Sling TV includes beIN with seven other channels in its World Sports package. That normally costs $10 a month, but Sling knocks it down to $5 for the first month of service. Fubo.TV also includes beIn among the channels in its $60-a-month package.
Sling TV (opens in new tab): Sign up for the World Sports package of channels on Sling TV to watch beIN Sports. You'll pay $10 a month after paying $5 for the first month under a limited time offer.
Fubo.TV (opens in new tab): In addition to beIN, Fubo includes 100-plus channels in its monthly package. You'll also get a cloud DVR feature for recording programs to watch later.
Barcelona vs. Real Madrid live streams in the U.K.
La Liga TV carries matches from the Spanish League in the U.K., and that includes Saturday's El Clasico, which kicks off at 3 p.m. BST. It costs £9.99 a month to add La Liga TV to your Sky (opens in new tab) or Virgin Media (opens in new tab) service.
Barcelona vs. Real Madrid live streams in Canada
Just as in the U.S., Canadian viewers can watch Barcelona vs. Real Madrid through beIN Sports.
Barcelona vs. Real Madrid live streams in other regions
Here's where you can catch Barcelona vs. Real Madrid in other parts of the world.
- Australia: beIN
- Brazil: Watch ESPN Brasil, ESPN Brasil
- France: beIN Sports 1, beIN SPORTS CONNECT, Free
- Germany: DAZN
- Indonesia: beIN Sports 1 Indonesia, beIN Sports Connect Indonesia
- Ireland: Premier Player HD, LaLigaTV
- Japan: DAZN, WOWOW
- Mexico: Sky HD, Blue To Go Video Everywhere
- New Zealand: beIN Sports Connect New Zealand, Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports
- Puerto Rico: SportsMax App, SportsMax 2, DIRECTV Sports Puerto Rico
- Spain: Movistar Laliga 1, Movistar Laliga, Partidazo in Movistar LaLiga, Movistar+, Mitele Plus
For a complete list of Barcelona vs. Real Madrid streaming options visit LiveSoccerTV.com (opens in new tab).