Premier League live streaming
The World Cup may be over. But fear not football fans, the new Premier League season is here!
This season promises to be one of the most memorable we’ve ever seen. There are so many questions that’ll be answered.
Can Unai Emery revolutionise Arsenal?
Can Manchester City be that brilliant again?
Will Mourinho finally get the best out of World Cup winning Pogba?
Can Salah keep up his incredible form?
Is this a new era at Chelsea? Who’s going to be beaten by the drop?
All will be revealed in the coming months.
As ever hundreds of millions of fans will tune in to cheer on the teams they love as well as the opposition they loath.
But with Premier League live streaming growing bigger every season, where is the best place to watch all the drama?
Premier League live streaming: In the pub
Every Saturday and Sunday, pubs across the world are crammed full of expectant football fans.
Soaking in the atmosphere, as well as a beer or two, hoping that their team can get 3 precious points.
The enjoyment you get from watching a game in a pub is entirely dependent upon the outcome of the match.
When your team wins and you’re with other people that support your team, so you’re cheering together it’s great.
There is often someone there who happens to support the opposition team so you get to taunt them too which, if done in good taste, is fun too.
However, there is nowhere on earth more miserable then a pub full of fans who’ve just seen their team lose a game. No one is talking. No one is laughing. Everyone is just drowning their sorrows and arguing about what went wrong.
On the whole though, football in pubs is great! Be wary though, if it’s your side that loses, make sure that you can take the jokes.
Premier League live streaming: At home
With more Premier League games on TV than ever before, viewing figures from people watching on their sofa at home remain high.
This season SKY will be showing 126 live matches in the UK and Ireland with BT broadcasting 42 games.
Also, more people than ever are viewing all 380 games with Premier League live streaming.
The increased competition means that the coverage and programming that TV companies showcase is better than ever.
Pundits giving in-depth analysis and putting a new spin on the game which can make for fascinating viewing.
For many football fans, when it is not their team player, there is nothing better than sitting back and watching the drama unfold; whether on TV or live streaming
Premier League live streaming: In the stadium
Despite all the amazing ways there are to experience football, nothing beats being to the stadium.
With easy air travel in Europe, watching games abroad can be a truly brilliant experience.
The buzz you get when approaching a famous stadium like Old Trafford, Wembley or Anfield before a big game is a unique feeling that only football provides.
The sudden burst of joy when the ball hits the back of the net with everyone around you going wild cannot be beaten.