We're less than an hour from the Sevilla vs. Real Betis match, which kicks off at 4 p.m. Eastern (10 p.m. CET local time) today (June 11). That's 1 p.m. Pacific and 9 p.m. GMT.
La Liga returns in mere minutes, with Sevilla vs Real Betis live streams. Yes, La Liga is joining Germany's Bundesliga as one of Europe's major soccer/football leagues to resume play after suspending matches in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
And the first match out of the gate figures to be quite entertaining as Real Betis faces Sevilla in a cross-town derby. El Gran Derbi is one of the Spanish League's most colorful contests, though that likely won't be the case today (June 11) as the two sides face-off behind closed doors in the Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán.
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Still, there's more than local pride at stake, as Sevilla finds itself in third place of La Liga, but only two points ahead of sixth place Atletico Madrid. Only the top four teams in Spain qualify for the Champions League next season, so Sevilla will be looking to cement its place at the expense of Real Betis.
If you've been eager for the return of La Liga — or you're just happy to watch live sports — here's how to watch a Sevilla vs. Real Betis live stream, including tips on using a VPN to find a broadcast of the match.
How can I use a VPN to watch Sevilla vs. Real Betis?
Away from home when a La Liga match gets underway? 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 Sevilla vs. Real Betis in the US
US viewers can find watch the Sevilla vs. Real Betis match on beIN sports (opens in new tab). Coverage starts at 3:50 p.m. EDT/12:50 p.m. PDT.
BeIN can be a hard channel to track down, as it's not included with many cable TV packages. However, a pair of streaming services do include beIN, allowing you to live stream Sevilla vs. Real Betis.
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 Sevilla vs. Real Betis in the UK
UK viewers can find Sevilla vs. Real Betis on LaLigaTV as part of Premier Sports. During the month of 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 Sevilla vs. Real Betis in Canada
As in the US, Canadian soccer fans need to turn to beIN (opens in new tab) to watch La Liga matches like Sevilla vs. Real Betis. Canadian viewers can also get beIN through Fubo.TV.
How to live stream Sevilla vs. Real Betis 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.