We have never ever in our entire lives been so happy to soak up all the excitement of the German Premier League soccer games, also known as Bundesliga. Last weekend was a joy to welcome it back to our lives and we’re all set to continue to stay glued to the league this week and beyond. And if you don’t want to miss any of the action, we’re going to let you know how to tune in for free Bundesliga streams.
Where can I find free Bundesliga streams?
Free Bundesliga streams are available via Bet365. Simple. Maybe we should end this article right now since you now know the key information.
Nah, we’ll give you a little more than that.
So you can get free Bundesliga streams via Bet365 as long as you have placed a wager with Bet365 in the 24 hours leading up to the match you want to watch or if you have funds in your account. That means an awful lot of you will qualify or can qualify quite easily if you’re interested.
And like all online sports betting, your geographical location also plays a big part in if you can access these streams. If you’re in one of the main locations that Bet365 operates, for example, the United Kingdom or the Republic of Ireland, chances are you can access the free Bundesliga streams. However, there are a few notable exceptions. Customers located in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Luxembourg or Liechtenstein can’t stream these matches.
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What Bundesliga matches can I watch this week?
So the final day of Matchday 26 is kicking off tonight and then from Friday, 22 May, you’ve got even more soccer action to look forward to as Matchday 27 begins. Here are the fixtures you need to know about…
Today, Monday, 18 May
- Werder Bremen vs Bayer 04 Leverkusen at 19:30 BST
Friday, 22 May
- Hertha vs Union Berlin at 19:30 BST
Saturday, 23 May
- SC Freiburg vs Werder at 14:30 BST
- Paderborn vs Hoffenheim at 14:30 BST
- Wolfsburg vs Dortmund at 14:30 BST
- Monchengladbach vs Leverkusen at 14:30 BST
- Bayern vs Eintracht Frankfurt at 17:30 BST
Sunday, 24 May
- Schalke vs Augsburg at 12:30 BST
- Mainz vs RB Leipzig at 14:30 BST
- FC Koln vs Dusseldorf at 17:00 BST
How has the Bundesliga been progressing so far?
The 10 week break hasn’t seemed to knock the top teams off their stride just yet, with FC Bayern Munich retaining their top position on the league tables. As most soccer fans predicted, they defeated FC Union Berlin in their meeting yesterday and now sport a total of 58 points.
The top team are facing off against Eintracht Frankfurt on Saturday, which is predicted to be another easy win for the Munich team.
Dortmund aren’t far behind their rivals, with just four points separating them from first place position. They absolutely annihilated Schalke in their Matchday 26 battle, so we’re guessing that Wolfsburg, currently sixth in the league, are quaking in their boots at the thoughts of facing this strong team.
With a 3-1 win against Eintracht Frankfurt on Saturday, Monchengladbach have surpassed RB Leipzig to become third on the league tables and, with 52 points, just two points behind Dortmund.
Their match against Leverkusen is set to be one of the most exciting of the coming week, as their relatively equally matched rivals. Leverkusen currently are in fifth place on the league table and with 47 points, they’re just a few good matches away from catching up to the top three positions.