Ligue 1 on Canal +, the Champions League and the Premier League on RMC Sport, the other foreign championships on BeIn Sport, difficult for lovers of football to watch football on television without breaking the bank. It seems distant the time when the biggest European games were broadcast in clear on TF1 with the comments of Thierry Roland, Jean-Michel Larqué or Thierry Gilardi.
Football fans must now subscribe to three pay-TV subscriptions – at a minimum – to follow the best posters every weekend. To avoid spending a fortune (about 70 euros a month for subscriptions to Canal +, BeIn Sport and RMC Sport), more and more viewers are now turning to a streaming site like mt-police.com. Here are our top of the best sites to watch football streaming:
- Roja Directa, the best known
- Streamonsport, the most “french”
- LiveTV, the most multisports
- Socagol, the most detailed (infos, statistics, rankings)
- ChannelStream, the simplest
- FCStream, the most international
Streaming sites, the main alternative to watch the Champions League for free
For thousands of Internet users, it’s the same ritual every night of the Champions League. The most prestigious of the European competitions is diffused since last season on the antenna of RMC Sport. Customers who are not subscribers to SFR (RMC and SFR are part of the Altice Group, owned by Patrick Drahi) must pay 19 euros each month to follow the competition.
Worse still, SFR subscribers must also add 9 euros every month to watch the biggest European posters. But since the arrival of RMC Sport in the ball of broadcasters, the hiccups are numerous. Black screen, repetitive bugs, reception problem, the beginnings of the chain in the big leagues are chaotic. What’s more annoying for a fan than missing a goal from his team in a crucial moment of a big game at stake? If football fans now choose other ways to support their team at a distance, others have chosen to bet on streaming sites