A draw between Barca and Atleti has given Zinedine Zidane the opportunity he was after. A victory today for Real Madrid will see Los Blancos move up into pole position in La Liga with just three games to play. To catch this tense weekend of Spanish football, make sure you know how to watch a Real Madrid vs Sevilla live stream from anywhere in the world – it's free in some cases.
Diego Simeone's Atletico Madrid are top of La Liga for now with 77 points and a Real win would bring their rivals level. However, with a superior head-to-head record, it's Zizou's side that would go top despite a lower goal difference.
Barça currently sit in second on 75 points but Sevilla are no slouches in fourth place on 70 and could cause a nasty problem for Real.
Real will be hurting after their defeat to Chelsea in the Champions League semi-final earlier this week. Neither Sergio Ramos and Eden Hazard were at their best, so Zinedine Zidane has major selection decisions to make if he wants to beat Julen Lopetegui's men.
Read on to find out how you can watch a Real Madrid vs Sevilla live stream and all the remaining La Liga games this season, from anywhere in the world and in some cases, for free!
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How to watch a La Liga live stream for free
Spanish football fans in the USA can watch this weekend's action on beIN Sports. Streaming service FuboTV carries beIN Sports and offers new users a free 7-day trial – it's a great way to watch Real Madrid vs Sevilla without paying a penny.
Make sure to use a VPN if needed when travelling outside those countries for access to FuboTV and Kayo Sports. Not used a VPN before? It's easy – check out the guide below.
When the free 7-day trial ends, FuboTV costs from $65 per month for 110 premium TV channels. You can cancel any time – there's no lock-in contract. Kayo Sports costs from AU$25 a month, and, again, there's no contract. You can access the free trial and cancel before it comes to an end, should you wish.
Watch La Liga live stream anywhere in the world using a VPN
Even if you have subscribed to the relevant La Liga rights holders, you won't be able to use them when outside your own country. The service will know your location based on your IP address, and will automatically block your access.
A Virtual Private Network (VPN) helps you get around this obstacle. A VPN creates a private connection between your device and the internet, such that the servers and services you’re accessing aren’t aware of what you’re doing. All the information passing back and forth is entirely encrypted.
There are many VPN providers out there, with some more reliable and safe than others. As a rule, we’d suggest a paid-for service such as ExpressVPN which offers a 100 per cent risk-free money back guarantee. If you're not happy with the service any time within the first 30-days, then you can cancel with no penalties at all.
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UK & Ireland: La Liga live stream
Premier Sports has the rights to show Spanish football in the UK and Republic of Ireland in conjunction with LaLigaTV. The cheapest option is to subscribe to LaLigaTV only, which costs from £6.99 a month. You can access a La Liga live stream via the Premier Sports online web player.
Make sure to use a VPN when travelling outside the UK for access to LaLigaTV.
LaLiga TV can also be found on Virgin Media in HD on channel 554. Sky TV customers can also access LaLigaTV for £6.99 per month.
Finally, it's worth noting that Premier's sister site, FreeSports, also shows select La Liga games each weekend. Keep an eye out on the FreeSports schedule to find out which ones. You can watch the games on the FreeSports app or the FreeSports player.
USA: La Liga live stream
Rights to show La Liga matches in the USA belong to beIN Sports until 2024. The Basic cable bolt-on costs $10 a month, and includes the main beIN Sports channel as well as beIN Sports 7, 8 and 9 – all in HD – alongside a range of entertainment services.
Already cut the cord? Try FuboTV. The respected streaming service provides access to over 80 premium TV channels – including beIN Sports – for $65 a month. And the best bit? New members get a get a 7-day free trial. There's no contract, so you can cancel anytime. Why not give it a go and watch a La Liga live stream for free?
Make sure to use a VPN when travelling outside the United States for access to FuboTV.
After the FuboTV trial ends, you'll been bumped onto the $65-a-month plan (unless you opted for a more expensive one) but there's no contract so you can cancel anytime.
Sling TV is a similar option. It offers a less comprehensive package of beIN Sports channels, but then, Sling's entertainment-focussed Orange and Blue services are cheaper (around $40 per month when bundled together). New users get a free 7-day trial.
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Australia: La Liga live stream
Aussie football can can watch the climax of the La Liga title race via beIN Sports. If you don't already have it as part of your TV package, you can always pick up a La Liga live stream via Kayo Sports.
The popular streaming service carries beIN Sports and new subscribers get their first 14 days free. After that, the Basic plan costs AU$25 a month, while Premium, at AU$35 a month, lets you stream the action on up three devices, simultaneously.
Make sure to use a VPN when travelling outside Australia for access to Kayo Sports.
La Liga fixtures
All fixture times shown in BST. All games will be live on LaLigaTV (Premier Sports) in the UK and the beIN Sports (FuboTV) in the USA.
Sunday 9th May 2021
Real Madrid vs Sevilla - 8pm
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