This is my guide for the “Top 3 Best Ways to Watch Football During the 2018/19 Season” without the need of Kodi.
Top 3 Best Ways – Watch Football
Please Read – Streaming Video Without a VPN is Risky
Remember to make sure you use a VPN before attempting to stream IPTV. Without using a VPN you are taking a massive risk. Not only that, but some ISPs also block connections to third-party streams in your location, so without a VPN you might have trouble connecting. I personally use Ivacy VPN because they have fast servers, encrypt all data and I never experience any buffering.
Its that time again folks. The FIFA World Cup has ended, pre-season is finished and the 2018/19 football season is around the corner. Usually before the new season kicks off I write up a streaming guide for my subscribers. This year I decided to make a “top 3” video demonstrating both paid and free methods for getting your fix. Now you’ll notice that I’m referring to “football” rather than a specific league this time round. Usually I focus on the Premier League but these top 3 methods will cover all leagues.
Rocket Streams [Paid – $11 p/m]
Its no surprise that Rocket Streams is my first (and only) paid recommendation. If you’re going to throw your money at any service this season, then I recommend Rocket Streams. If you’re a regular on my blog then you’ll know that I’m a massive advocate for their service. They offer IPTV at a cheap cost and sometimes that small price tag is worth the stability [no buffering, etc.].
So what does Rocket Streams offer in the football department? Well. It offers everything. They will have channels covering every match, from every league. There is also a “pass” included for those elusive 3pm Premier League kick off matches. Not to mention special pay-per-view events like the UEFA Champions League.
Putting sport aside for a few seconds. Included within that $11 price tag, you’ll have access to hundreds of other channels. Rocket Streams is definitely my number one pick for solidity in streaming.
Acestream / Soda Player [Free]
Naturally Acestream is my second pick. Its definitely the most stable, free method for streaming any kind of sport. I wont go into depth about how Acestream and Soda Player works because I cover that in the video. I have also made many written tutorials and guides in the past.
The general idea is to download/install the application on your system, find a “channel ID” and enter it into the app. I’ll list a couple of great references below for finding Acestream channel IDs. Go over to any of the reference websites below 30 minutes before kick off and you should see the desired match.
Please remember that the Acestream engine uses “torrent technology”. So if you’re not using a VPN, then you’re taking a massive exposure risk to being seen by your ISP.
My last pick is LiveSX.eu. There are many sites like this floating around on the net, so what makes this one special? LiveSX.eu is basically a sport streaming indexer that lists all sporting events. Each sporting event usually has a few links to some “flash embedded” streams. Usually I don’t recommend flash streams because they’re unstable and full of ads. But if you’re struggling then use LiveSX.eu as a last attempt to find a stream.
Replay Matches [Free – Bonus Catch-up]
You’ll notice that at the end of the video I included Replay Matches as a bonus. Although they don’t offer live streams, they have often been a life saver for me personally. Living in Australia its often hard getting up at ridiculous hours to watch PL matches. Replay Matches is a great service if you need to catch up on a match you may have missed. They cover full matches for every football league, including extended highlights.
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