Eredivisie live streaming in the UK
It is the start of the new Dutch Eredivisie season and you may well be looking for how you can watch the top flight in Holland this season.
Viewers in the UK can enjoy the Dutch Eredivisie on Bet365’s streaming service.
Bet365 offer every single Eredivisie match to watch online.
How to watch Eredivisie live streaming
In order to watch Eredivisie live streaming you must have a funded Bet365 account or to have placed a bet in the last 24 hours.
Bet365 show Eredivisie live streaming, legally and straight onto your computer or on to your hand held device, be it an iPhone, iPad or Android.
Eredivisie live streaming is available everywhere to watch, besides Netherlands, Singapore & United States.
Everywhere else in the world is fine – including the UK and Ireland – to watch Eredivisie live streaming.
NOTE: Please be aware that you will need an active Bet365 account to watch Eredivisie live streaming.
Eredivisie 2018/19 season preview
Another exciting season is in store in the Eredivisie.
Last season, PSV won back the title and lifted the trophy for the 24th time.
This was after Feyenoord had surprisingly won it the previous year.
More PSV dominance?
Will PSV retain the title?
They’ll attempt to do so without star right back Santiago Arias who’s left for Atlético Madrid.
However, PSV fans do have some new signings to look forward to including Angeliño from Manchester City, Aussie Trent Sainsbury from Jiangsu Suning and Nick Viergever who has joined on a free transfer from rivals Ajax.
They look strong but will face some strong competition for their title.
Feyenoord to win back their crown?
Can Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s Feyenoord win back the league?
In 2017 they won the title for the first time in 18 years and will be desperate to win it again.
The signings of Jordy Clasie, Yassin Ayoub and in particular Luis Sinisterra have renewed hope they can cut the 17 point gap between them and the top from last season.
They’ve already beaten PSV in the Johan Cruyff Shield on penalties so could this be a sign of things to come?
Ajax to rise again?
Or what about Holland’s most successful club Ajax.
Erik ten Hag had a poor first season in charge in the capital, losing in the European qualifiers but did finish second, just 4 points behind the champions.
They may have lost star man Justin Kluivert to Roma but have been busy filling the void that he has vacated.
In has come Hassane Bandé and Zakaria Labyad from Mechelen and Utrecht respectively.
They’ve also re-signed Daley Blind from Manchester United and Serbian international winger Dušan Tadić has joined from Southampton.
They look to be a strong team so can they win back the Eredivisie for the first time since 2014?
It will be a fascinating season in Holland.