1st Football Bundesliga 2019/20 in Livestream and TV: Distribution rights redistributed! So you see live the football BuLi
Soccer is and remains a crowd puller - no wonder that millions of football fans are looking forward to the Bundesliga start into the new 2019/20 season. On 16 August 2019 will be the new season with the match FC Bayern Munich against Hertha BSC Berlin officially opened - but how can fans of ball sports watch the matches of the new Bundesliga season live and in color without having to buy tickets for the visit to the stadium?
1st Bundesliga 2019/20 in live stream and watch TV
So much is already revealed: football fans are spoiled for choice, where they want to see the new Bundesliga games 2019/20 live. So there are not only diverse Live StreamOffers, but also different options for broadcasting on TV.
Football action at its best awaits subscribers of Sky Sports: The pay-TV channel will show live in the 2019/20 season all Saturday matches of the 1st Bundesliga, which are kicked off at 15.30 clock, and a top match from 18.30 clock on Saturday night. Also on Sky Sport HD to be seen all Sunday games with the kick-off 3.30 pm and 18.00 clock. Sky subscribers could also be on the 1. Bundesliga fall back in the live stream, because Sky Go shows the Bundesliga matches on mobile devices in the online stream.
1. Bundesliga no longer with Eurosport - DAS changes for the football transmission 2019/20
In addition to pay-TV broadcaster Sky is also the streaming provider DAZN take over the live broadcast of the Bundesliga matches. The streaming platform has taken over just before the start of the season the broadcasting rights of the first football Bundesliga Eurosport. But sometimes football fans are also in the Free TV in the ZDF spoiled with live football of the 1st Bundesliga. In ZDF, ie in free TV, the first football league will be at least sporadic: The second German television will broadcast three Friday matches of the 1st Bundesliga live. On the one hand, this is the opening match between FC Bayern München and Hertha BSC Berlin on 16 August 2019, and on the other hand, the match that opens the first round of the first leg on Matchday 17. Also on ZDF to see: the opening game of the second half, which goes on the 18th matchday on the stage.
See highlights of the 1st Bundesliga in the summary - that's how it works
Anyone who can content themselves with the summaries of the Bundesliga games afterwards, has several options in free TV to see the highlights of the first Bundesliga. At RTL Nitro football fans will find as well as in the ARD, at Sport1 as well as on ZDF and DAZN.
RTL Nitro will be showing the highlights of the past match day on late Monday evening from 10:15 pm in "100% Bundesliga", as icing on the cake Highlights of the 2nd Bundesliga, If you do not want to wait that long, you can already check in on Saturday evening from 18.30 clock in the "ARD Sportschau"watch the best scenes of the 1st Bundesliga in the summary or the ZDF Sportstudio" on Saturdays from 23.00 clock in. At Sport1 are football enthusiasts on Sunday morning gold exactly when the games are combined on Friday and Saturday Bundesliga in live stream Then do not hesitate to get to DAZN: On the streaming platform you will see the best scenes of the 1st Bundesliga 40 minutes after the final whistle in single clips.
DAZN enters the first Bundesliga season with four commentators
Marco Hagemann will also comment on live matches of the Bundesliga next season. The last at euro Sport As a first-division reporter acting sports journalist belongs to the quartet, which will comment in the new season, the 40 Erstliga games for DAZN. In addition to the 42-year-old, who also works for RTL, Jan Platte, Uli Hebel and Lukas Schönmüller are also working for the paid streaming service.
In the past two seasons Eurosport broadcast a total of 40 first division matches live. The rights sold the transmitter to DAZN mid-month. The package also includes four relegation encounters and the Supercup,
Football at home rather than in the sports bar
The vast majority of football fans in Germany want to follow the games of the new Bundesliga season at home. Accordingly, 81 percent of respondents responded to a recent Forsa survey. Of these, 16 percent stated that they wanted to use paid streaming services, 67 percent do not plan to do so, as sparwelt.de announced on Wednesday. Sparwelt GmbH, which operates the portal, belongs to Mediengruppe RTL Deutschland.
There are clear differences with regard to the age of the respondents: According to the survey, 80 percent of those interested in the Bundesliga aged 60 and above do not want to use paid streaming services to follow the games. 11 percent are streaming fans, 9 percent were undecided. A quarter of the 14 to 29-year-old Bundesliga fans are planning to stream, another quarter said they might want to do that, 50 percent do not want that.
Of all respondents, 56 percent said they were interested in the Bundesliga, 23 percent very, 33 percent at least something.
Use of sky in bars still unclear
Two days before the first Bundesliga season game, the feed-in of the DAZN broadcasts in the Sky pubs is unclear. "We are in talks with our partners," said a DAZN spokesman on Wednesday. The paid streaming service has taken over the TV rights of the Bundesliga from the broadcaster Eurosport and shows on Friday the season opener between Bayern Munich and Hertha BSC Berlin. The opening match of the first league can also be viewed free of charge on ZDF.
In the past two seasons, Eurosport broadcast 40 league games live - the 30 Bundesliga games on Friday, five each on Sunday and Monday. The transfers could also be shown by restaurants with Sky subscription.
follow News.de already at Facebook? Here you will find hot news and the direct line to the editors.
loc / news.de / dpa