Dortmund vs. Bayern live stream: How to watch this Bundesliga showdown

Dortmund vs. Bayern live stream
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Dortmund vs. Bayern start time and channels

The Dortmund vs. Bayern match is scheduled to start at 12:30 p.m. ET/9:30 a.m. PT on Saturday (November 7th).
You can watch live on ESPN Plus in the U.S., and on BT Sport in the U.K..

It's game time! The Dortmund vs. Bayern live stream is about to deliver the latest chapter of the showcase rivalry (every European soccer league has one) in Germany's Bundesliga. Win Der Klassiker, and there's a pretty good chance you're going to lift the Bundesliga trophy — or at least enjoy bragging rights over your rival for taking this fight (until the next face-off).

As of late, it's Bayern that's done most of the bragging. The Bavarian side has won the last eight titles and they're favored to take their ninth in a row this season. Standing in their way is the last team to top the Bundesliga before Bayern's string of championships, arch-rival Borussia Dortmund.

The latest Dortmund vs. Bayern match finds both teams at the top of the Bundesliga table, level on points and separated only by goal difference. A win in this match will either boost Bayern's quest for another title or give Dortmund the chance to show the Bavarians they've got stiff competition this season.

Here's where you can find a Dortmund vs. Bayern live stream, along with kick-off times for this crucial Bundesliga match.

Dortmund vs. Bayern live streams in the U.S.

There's only one place you can watch Dortmund vs. Bayern. ESPN Plus, the standalone streaming service from ESPN, has the rights to the Bundesliga, and it will stream Der Klassiker.

That's good news if you've cut cable out of your life, as ESPN Plus is available to anyone. The service costs $5.99 a month, and you can watch it from ESPN's web site (opens in new tab), as well as assorted apps (Android (opens in new tab), iOS (opens in new tab)). Even if you already get ESPN as part of your cable package, you'll need to subscribe to ESPN Plus separately to see the Dortmund vs. Bayern live stream.

ESPN Plus (opens in new tab)

ESPN Plus (opens in new tab): ESPN Plus is dedicated streaming service, offering accesses to thousands of live events and original programming starting at just $5.99 per month. You also get access to insider content on ESPN's website in addition to live coverage of soccer, college sports and other events.

Dortmund vs. Bayern live streams in the U.K.

BT Sport carries the Bundesliga in the U.K., and will broadcast the Dortmund vs. Bayern match, with coverage starting at 5:15 p.m. GMT — 15 minutes before the match kicks off. You can get BT Sport through BT as well as an add-on to Sky (opens in new tab)

BT Sport subscribers are able to stream Dortmund vs. Bayern on the BT Sport website (opens in new tab) or by using the channel's dedicated app (Android, iOS (opens in new tab)). A monthly BT Sport pass will cost you £25.

Dortmund vs. Bayern live streams in Canada

You'll find Dortmund vs. Bayern airing on Sportsnet World in Canada. A Sportsnet Now subscription lets you live stream the match, and the Plus package with Bundesliga coverage costs $9.99 for a 7-day pass.

Dortmund vs. Bayern live streams in other regions

Here are some of the other places you can watch Dortmund vs. Bayern this Saturday.

  • Australia: beIN Sports 1, Kayo Sports, beIN Sports Connect
  • Brazil: Band, OneFootball App
  • Germany: Sky Sport Bundesliga UHD, Sky Sport Bundesliga 1, Sky Go, Sky Ticket
  • India: FanCode
  • Indonesia: Mola TV, mola.tv, Mola TV App
  • Ireland: BT Sport 1, BTSport.com, BT Sport App
  • Mexico: Blue To Go Video Everywhere, Sky HD
  • New Zealand: beIN Sports Connect New Zealand, Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports

For more countries, visit LiveSoccerTV.com (opens in new tab).

Philip Michaels is a Managing Editor at Tom's Guide. He's been covering personal technology since 1999 and was in the building when Steve Jobs showed off the iPhone for the first time. He's been evaluating smartphones since that first iPhone debuted in 2007, and he's been following phone carriers and smartphone plans since 2015. He has strong opinions about Apple, the Oakland Athletics, old movies and proper butchery techniques. Follow him at @PhilipMichaels.