Ligue 1 live streaming in the UK
It is the start of the new French Ligue 1 season and you may well be looking for how you can watch the top flight in France this season.
Viewers in the UK can enjoy Ligue 1 on Bet365’s streaming service.
Bet365 offer every single Ligue 1 match to watch online.
How to watch Ligue 1 live streaming
In order to watch Ligue 1 live streaming you must have a funded Bet365 account or to have placed a bet in the last 24 hours.
Bet365 are showing Ligue 1 live streaming, legally and straight onto your computer or on to your hand held device, be it an iPhone, iPad or Android.
Ligue 1 live streaming is available everywhere to watch, besides Andorra, Saint Barthelemy, France, French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Monaco, Saint Martin, Madagascar, Martinique, Mauritius, New Caledonia, French Polynesia, Reunion, French Southern Territories, United States Outlying Islands, United States, Virgin Islands, U.S., Wallis And Futuna & Mayotte.
Everywhere else in the world is fine – including the UK and Ireland – to watch Ligue 1 live streaming.
NOTE: Please be aware that you will need an active Bet365 account to watch Ligue 1 live streaming.
Ligue 1 2018/19 season preview
The Ligue 1 season is ready and all the teams can’t wait to get going.
Last year, PSG won their fifth league title in the last 6 years and there is no reason to believe they won’t finish top of the table once again.
Can anyone challenge Neymar, Mbappe and co.?
More Parisian domination?
PSG’s domination of the French game looks set to continue.
Gianluigi Buffon has joined what is a star studded squad.
The veteran goalkeeper has won 23 major club honours as well as the World Cup and a few more trophies look set to be coming his way.
Buffon is the only acquisition but a few players have left the capital club to help comply with FFP rules.
The sales of Javier Pastore, Odsonne Édouard, Yuri Berchiche, Jonathan Ikoné and Grzegorz Krychowiak has brought in over €60 million.
But none would’ve been key players for PSG anyway.
Ominously, they’ve already dismantled Monaco in Trophée des Champions and if PSG didn’t win the league for the eighth time this season it would be a huge surprise.
Three into two doesn’t go
Once again, the other big 3 sides will be fighting it out for Champions League qualification.
Last season, Monaco and Olympique Lyonnais finished second and third.
This meant that Olympique de Marseille agonisingly missed out on Champions League football by just a single point.
Monaco have lost Fabinho, João Moutinho, Rachid Ghezzal and Thomas Lemar this summer so it could be a tough season for them.
The race for the Champions League places promises to be, once again, the most entertaining part of the Ligue 1 season and it is impossible to predict who is going to make it.