Fubo TV is amazing for football fans!

It has been an awesome day for football fans. Maybe you didn’t get to see all the best matches, but hopefully, you got to see at least some of them. But, I got to see every single match that I wanted, and do you know why? It was because of Fubo TV!

We have earlier written about Fubo TV here in the IP Address Guide. This is a streaming platform in the USA first of all focusing on sports. Of course, you will get a lot of extras as well, but it is first of all about sports, and maybe more than anything else, about football. Since this is an American streaming platform, a VPN is needed to stream Fubo TV outside the United States, but that is luckily easy to fix and find.

Premier League football on Fubo TV

But, why do I call Fubo TV amazing for football fans?

Before the action started today, I visited the Fubo TV application to see what matches I could stream online with my subscription. I was curious about it, and I was greatly surprised when I saw the list of matches! I do pay 45 USD per month for the subscription, so I would expect it to be good, but this was actually extremely impressing.

What could I stream on Fubo TV with my subscription? Here you can see some of the matches that they broadcasted live today. It is also worth knowing that they have a recording option, meaning that you can record a match on the platform and stream it on-demand later.

Matches on Fubo TV today (August 17th)

  • Arsenal – Burnley (Premier League)
  • Aston Villa – Bournemouth (Premier League)
  • Southampton – Liverpool (Premier League)
  • Manchester City – Tottenham (Premier League)
  • Borussia Dortmund – Augsburg (Bundesliga)
  • Bayer Leverkusen – Paderborn (Bundesliga)
  • Club Atlas – Cruz Azul (Liga MX)
  • FC Porto – Vitoria FC Setubal (Primeira Liga)
  • Villareal – Granada (La Liga)
  • Leganes – Osasuna (La Liga)
  • Werder Bremen – Dusseldorf (Bundesliga)
  • Wolfsburg – FC Koln (Bundesliga)
  • Celta Vigo – Real Madrid (La Liga)
  • Borussia Monchengladbach – FC Schalke (Bundesliga)
  • Valencia – Real Sociedad (La Liga)
  • FC Metz – AS Monaco (Ligue 1)
  • Bordeaux – Montpellier (Ligue 1)
  • Sivasspor Kulübü – Besiktas (Turkish Super League)
Fubo TV is fantastic for football fans!

Now, can you imagine getting access to all these matches, and even more with a Fubo TV subscription? You will not be bored anytime soon if you have such a subscription and love football. There were some real highlights on the list above as well, as the match between Manchester City and Tottenham that ended with 2-2. It looks as if Manchester City really has a hard time beating Tottenham. Maybe it wasn’t a coincidence that Tottenham was the team that managed to beat them in the Champions League last year?

I also streamed the start of the match between Borussia Dortmund and Augsburg, and it was really cool to see how two goals were scored within the first three minutes of the game.

It should also be taken into consideration that Serie A in Italy hasn’t started yet. When they start playing in Italy, even more matches will be streamed on Fubo TV.

So, why pay a lot for a subscription that will only give you access to one certain league, when you can stream all the fun and much more at Fubo TV? If you live outside the United States, simply use the VPN services of ExpressVPN to get an American IP Address, sign up for Fubo TV, and start streaming immediately.

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ExpressVPN is really perfect for FuboTV. It is the fastest VPN provider on the market (which is important when you stream content online), they have a 30-day refund policy, and one subscription can be used on 5 devices at the same time.

Amazing match between Manchester City and Tottenham on Fubo TV
Amazing match between Manchester City and Tottenham on Fubo TV

The match between Manchester City and Tottenham was packed with action again. I didn’t get to see the entire match, but the end was full of drama. Once again, Manchester City had a goal removed on overtime. What happened this time? Nobody could believe it, but before Gabriel Jesus got the ball, it touched the hand of a City player, and thus VAR helped the main referee see the mistake, and the goal was nullified.

This was only the second weekend with Premier League football so far this season, but it has been amazing so far. If you look for a place to watch the rest of the action in this season, Fubo TV might be the best solution out there!

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