That's where Freesat comes in. With all 64 games in South Africa being broadcast in high-definition on BBC HD and ITV1 HD, the subscription-free digital service will put you in the heart of the action.
There's no better way to watch Freesat than on Humax's Foxsat HDR. A 2009 What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision Award Winner, our five-star review read: “The image is crisper than its rivals, ensuring that once you've seen it, you won't want to go back to the softer, less vibrant images offered elsewhere.”
The £279 Foxsat HDR also has a 320GB hard-disk: good for around 80 hours of HD recordings, or a whopping 220 hours in standard-definition.
And if you're not a football fan, fear not – there are another 138 TV and radio channels to choose from, as well as BBC iPlayer on your TV!
We've got ten Humax Foxsat HDRs to give away. Our fantastic prize includes full installation, including satellite dish. For further information, visit freesat.co.uk or humaxdigital.com/uk.
To be in with a chance of winning this superb prize, head on over to our competition page where you can enter online.