Watch Serie A In Germany: Best Free Sites, TV Channel, Live Stream
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10 Best Free Sites To Watch Serie A 2022/23 in Germany
If you can't watch this season's Serie A matches on TV due to copyright issues, there are other ways to watch it, and it's free.
Here are the best free sites to watch every Serie A match with FC Milan, Juventus, AS Roma, Inter Milan and all the other teams in the top Italia football league.
Watch Live Italian Serie A in Germany on DAZN
DAZN Germany is sport, sport and more sport. Kicking, passing and smashing balls of various shapes and sizes is what DAZN is all about. Sometimes even after a few good old-fashioned tackles or kicks have taken place. You know, the good stuff.
Germany was part of the original global DAZN launch in August 2016. It is a live and on-demand sports streaming platform created for a German sports viewing audience.
It’s nice and simple to sign up. Your only options are €11.99 per month or there’s a significant discount if you subscribe on a yearly pass for a one-off payment of €119.99.
If you’ve got broad tastes when it comes to your sport, DAZN is the place for you. Let’s start with football. If you are a fan of the “beautiful game” you are well covered with DAZN. The Bundesliga, UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, La Liga and Serie A are all available. Throw in 2. Bundesliga, Ligue 1, Carabao Cup and European qualifiers and your football needs will be more than satisfied.
Are you a fan of American sport? Well you will find the big four – the NBA, NFL, Major League Baseball and NHL – all here. UFC, MotoGP, professional darts and a range of tennis options give you a bounty of sports to choose from.
DAZN Germany can be accessed on up to two devices at once. Amazon Fire’s tablet, TV and Stick, Android and iOS devices, Google Chromecast, LG/Panasonic/Samsung/Sony/Hisense Smart TVs, plus Playstation and Xbox gaming consoles are among the options.
|The price hike comes after DAZN secured domestic rights for Italian soccer’s top-flight Serie A in March, signing a deal running from 2021 to 2024 that is worth €840 million (US$1.02 billion) per season. The deal saw DAZN, which only launched in Italy in 2018, see off competition from pay-TV incumbent Sky Italia for the main rights package. |
Speaking to Reuters in April, DAZN’s co-chief executive James Rushton said the service will not need to dramatically increase its number of soccer subscribers in Italy to make its investment in Serie A pay off, though the company said it would consider raising its €9.99 price point in the country this summer.
Live stream Italian Serie A online in Germany using VPN
Are you tired of geoblocks that limit your access to Netflix, Hulu, and even YouTube in Germany? Or are you worried about ISP spying, anti-torrenting laws, data retention practices, and other threats to your privacy?
Even in a country like Germany that’s highly rated for internet freedom, if you want secure, anonymous, and unrestricted web access, you need a VPN.
If you are visiting Germany or living there temporarily, a high-quality VPN is the perfect tool to access your bank accounts and favorite websites back home. And if you live in Germany but travel abroad, you can use your VPN to watch German TV channels like ZDF and ARD.
Finding a VPN you can count on isn’t easy, however. There are hundreds of them on the market, and they range from world-class services to outright scams. We test VPNs constantly to find their strengths and expose their weaknesses.
In the past, individual clubs competing in the league had the rights to sell their broadcast rights to specific channels throughout Italy, unlike in most other European countries. Currently, the two broadcasters in Italy are the satellite broadcaster Sky Italia and streaming platform DAZN for its own pay television networks; RAI is allowed to broadcast only highlights (in exclusive from 13:30 to 22:30 CET). This is a list of television rights in Italy (since 2018–19):
Sky Italia (7 matches per week)
DAZN (3 matches per week)
Since the 2010–11 season, Serie A clubs have negotiated television rights collectively rather than on an individual club basis, having previously abandoned collective negotiation at the end of the 1998–99 season.
In the 1990s, Serie A was at its most popular in the United Kingdom when it was shown on Football Italia on Channel 4, although it has actually appeared on more UK channels than any other league, rarely staying in one place for long since 2002. Serie A has appeared in the UK on BSB's The Sports Channel (1990–91), Sky Sports (1991–92), Channel 4 (1992–2002), Eurosport (2002–04), Setanta Sports and Bravo (2004–07), Channel 5 (2007–08), ESPN (2009–13), BT Sport (2013–2018), Eleven Sports Network (2018), Premier and FreeSports (2019–present).