The Real Madrid vs. Barcelona match is scheduled to begin at 3 p.m. ET/noon PT today (Saturday, April 10).
In the U.S. you can watch the match on BeIn Sports, while UK viewers will need La Liga TV.
It's time for a unique Real Madrid vs. Barcelona live stream, as both teams enter the El Clásico derby in an unusual place — neither team is in first place in La Liga. But that could change depending on the outcome of their face-off on Saturday.
Barcelona is just a point behind league leaders Atletico Madrid heading into the Real Madrid match. Meanwhile, Madrid are three points off the lead. So the winner of the Real Madrid vs. Barcelona match will go top of the table — at least until Atletico plays Real Betis on Sunday.
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In other words, there's plenty at stake when Real Madrid host Barcelona in one of the most anticipated La Liga matches of the year. And you don't have to miss it — if you know where you can catch a Real Madrid vs. Barcelona live stream.
How can I use a VPN to watch Real Madrid vs. Barcelona live streams?
If it's tricky finding a live stream of Real Madrid vs. Barcelona, don't fret that you'll miss out on what could be Lionel Messi's final El Clásico as a member of Barca. A virtual private network, or VPN, can help you disguise the location from which you're surfing the web. That, in turn, opens up a number of possible live streams that might not otherwise be available in your area.
We've tested many different services to find the best VPN overall, and our pick is ExpressVPN. We like its mix of performance and customer support, and you can get a lower price by subscribing on an annual basis.
Real Madrid vs. Barcelona live streams in the U.S.
You'll need BeIn Sports to live stream Real Madrid vs. Barcelona this Saturday. That could be a challenge, as BeIn isn't included by default in a lot of cable TV packages. You can always try turning to a streaming service that carries BeIn, though. And in that case, your best bets are Sling TV and FuboTV.
On Sling, BeIn is part of the service's $10/month World Sports package. Fubo.TV includes BeIn as part of its $65/month service along with 120 other channels.
Real Madrid vs. Barcelona live streams in the UK
In the U.K., you can watch Real Madrid vs. Barcelona through La Liga TV, a Premier Sports channel that you can include with your Sky or Virgin Media subscription. It costs £10.99 to £12.99 per month depending on your TV provider. A streaming-only option featuring just La Liga TV costs £6.99 per month.
Real Madrid vs. Barcelona live streams in Canada
As in the U.S., BeIn has the rights to broadcast Real Madrid vs. Barcelona to Canadian fans of La Liga.
Real Madrid vs. Barcelona live streams in other countries
Here's a sampling of where you can find Real Madrid vs. Barcelona in other parts of the world.
- Australia: beIN Sports Connect, Kayo Sports, beIN SPORTS 2
- Brazil: ESPN Brasil, GUIGO, NOW NET e Claro
- France: beIN SPORTS CONNECT, Free, beIN Sports 1
- Germany: Blue Sport, DAZN
- Indonesia: beIN Sports Connect Indonesia, beIN Sports 1 Indonesia
- Ireland: Premier Sports ROI 1, Premier Player HD, LaLigaTV
- Japan: DAZN, WOWOW Live
- Mexico: Blue To Go Video Everywhere, Sky HD
- New Zealand: Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports, SKY Go NZ, beIN Sports Connect New Zealand
- Puerto Rico: SportsMax 2, SportsMax App
- Spain: Partidazo in Movistar LaLiga, Movistar Laliga, Movistar+, Mitele Plus, Movistar Laliga 1
For more options to stream Real Madrid vs. Barcelona, visit LiveSoccerTV.com.
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