football internet streaming

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Found 27th Sep 2015
Hi just wanted to know what people use and would recommend for football streaming.

I use hd-streaming.tv

Thanks in advance for your input
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i use eplsite.com. the quality is watchable.
Sorry I can't directly contribute to your thread, but just wondering if anyone knows whether it is possible to stream football on an iPad?
Sky go or the BT sport app.
LShunter or cristianoranaldo7 are decent
Kodi
Get kodi and use any number of free add ons for the footy.
craigstephens

Sky go or the BT sport app.




We only want illegal ways plz
cricfreetv
Kodi with an ad on
Edited by: "waycash" 27th Sep 2015
vermin media has been ordered by the courts to shut down most of the illegal sites - about time too
Livego.tv .

Works great .
Mobdro.
perrioli

cricfreetv



Second for this but it can be hit and miss. However, they now offer the full shazam for just £10 per month which covers loads and loads of sports channels, all HD sports channels, Sky channels, all box office and loads of other channels for just a tenner a month.

The quality is the same as watching live TV. Been watching the World Cup Of Pool on Sky 3 HD all week as well as the 3pm Sunderland Kick Off at the weekend. All perfect.

livego.tv/



Edited by: "NEtech" 28th Sep 2015
sowotsdis

vermin media has been ordered by the courts to shut down most of the … vermin media has been ordered by the courts to shut down most of the illegal sites - about time too



Please explain how a company that supplies media to your home has the power to shut down websites? oO

I think you need to educate yourself a little then come back and make a comment that some people may actually take seriously.
Edited by: "NEtech" 28th Sep 2015
I used to use myp2p for 3o'clock games. I'm not happy with the incessant malware and have been told Kodi is the way forward.
craigstephens

Sky go or the BT sport app.



UEFA don't allow us either service to show matches at the country's chosen main KO time, i.e. 3pm Saturday in the UK. These games are shown widely in other countries. Many people have both legal services but can only watch 7 to 13 matches of their teams at a cost of £370+ pa.
interesting reading for those using paid for services:
tvaddons.ag/ipt…ng/
Warning: Beware of IPTV and Paid Streaming Addons By TV ADDONS Staff | September 19, 2015 0 Comments
Enough is enough! It seems that there has been a recent influx of fly-by-night live streaming add-ons, most of which have labelled themselves as IPTV add-ons, giving the word IPTV itself a bad name. At this point, it is our responsibility to strongly warn against the use of these add-ons, which could likely land the end user as well as the administrator in major legal heat. It is common practice for these add-ons to start out as free add-ons in order to promote themselves to unsuspecting users, you should beware of the intentions of these developers and ask at our forums should you be unsure.

Before we get started, we should mention that there are a lot of good add-ons available through our site, add-on library and forums. There’s a reason that we don’t allow certain add-ons, and that reason is the protection of our user base. It’s important to realize that while an end-user might just want the instant gratification of a live sports stream for a few bucks, he or she doesn’t realize that paying for that type of stream could end up landing them in jail or fined for thousands of dollars. These types of paid streaming add-ons also bring a lot of unwanted heat to our community because it’s highly illegal to charge someone for intellectual property you don’t own.

The first issue surrounding these add-ons is the reliability of their streams and the technical abilities of the people running said streams. Sure it might be easy to get a high quality stream running when you only have ten users, but as soon as your add-on becomes popular based on the word of mouth promotion of these early adopters their streams just stop working. This is because they don’t have the proper technical infrastructure to provide streams to the masses in the first place, nor the ability to secure these streams from take down requests by rightsholders.

The second issue is in regards to privacy protection. In many cases, they are using home-based servers to broadcast their streams, which are easily traceable and don’t have the protections in place in order to ensure that their users won’t be found and prosecuted to the full extent of the law. Just the idea of hosting an illegal sports stream in the United States demonstrates a clear disregard for user privacy.

The third issue surrounds those add-ons that charge users to access their service. Most of these developers are taking payments by PayPal and other easily traceable payment methods, which is totally insane. These payment services will give up all information on anyone who sent or received money from the accounts associated, providing the authorities with proof of your illegal actions. It’s not only irresponsible of these services, but just plain dumb to accept payments via these methods.

The fourth issue is the intentions of the developers of these type of addons. Unless they are totally out to lunch, they should realize that their business model isn’t at scalable one from the get-go. They are promising users the world, and know from the beginning that they can’t deliver. So basically they are just taking money and running once they hit the limit of how many users they can support, which isn’t very many in the first place, and surely not enough to earn any real income from. We’ve literally seen dozens of add-ons like this open and then close within a few weeks, or a month or two; it’s starting to become a thorn in our community’s user base.

While it might be a little bit of a hassle trying to find reliable sports streams through Kodi at the moment, you should remember that some things just aren’t necessarily meant to be easy and free at the same time. These type of streams are legally enforced much stronger than any other type of stream, and it is for that reason that they’re highly unreliable. If you’re looking to watch football or hockey, or whatever reliably, you might as well pay a few bucks to get it from a legitimate source, instead of paying some fly-by-night that’s going to run and hide with your money, after landing you personally in legal trouble.

That being said, we’re working very hard to try to bring free and reliable live streaming add-ons to the community, we’ll be writing an article soon about how we recommend you go about doing so, stay tuned.
Liastro_3109

Sorry I can't directly contribute to your thread, but just wondering if … Sorry I can't directly contribute to your thread, but just wondering if anyone knows whether it is possible to stream football on an iPad?



Download an app called World TV Plus
NEtech

Second for this but it can be hit and miss. However, they now offer the … Second for this but it can be hit and miss. However, they now offer the full shazam for just £10 per month which covers loads and loads of sports channels, all HD sports channels, Sky channels, all box office and loads of other channels for just a tenner a month. The quality is the same as watching live TV. Been watching the World Cup Of Pool on Sky 3 HD all week as well as the 3pm Sunderland Kick Off at the weekend. All perfect.https://www.livego.tv/



A lot of the channels don't work, Bein sports HD don't work, no BT sports HD .
philmitchell

A lot of the channels don't work, Bein sports HD don't work, no BT sports … A lot of the channels don't work, Bein sports HD don't work, no BT sports HD .



I have been watching the Arsenal match all night on BT2 (still watching it now). Been watching pool all week on Sky Sports HD3. All channels work, once in a while you may get an error, just make sure you are not using a VPN and are signed in.

http://i64.photobucket.com/albums/h198/TaylorSAFC/WP_20150929_21_38_31_Pro1_zpsxjwdoto5.jpg
Edited by: "NEtech" 29th Sep 2015
BeIN Sports are down....all of them, I remember searching for streams at the weekend and got nothing from them so that is a problem. I am sure they were working when I signed up a couple of weeks ago though. Hopefully just short term as I have found my matches every weekend on the other channels sp never really took much notice, had the Sunderland match on at the weekend on Fox Sports so was happy, but could be a problem later on if it does not get fixed.

However, at just £10 a month, you can decide not to pay again if it is not for you, and to be honest, for a tenner a month with streams this good with full HD on a lot of sports then I will be renewing as I do not have TV or even an ariel connection to my house so this is the best I am going to get.

(Even better when you get free PPV sports, ready for the big fights with no lag.)
Edited by: "NEtech" 29th Sep 2015
philmitchell

A lot of the channels don't work, Bein sports HD don't work, no BT sports … A lot of the channels don't work, Bein sports HD don't work, no BT sports HD .



All BT Sports and HD are working fine. However, beIN Sports is a problem. I have sent them a message to see what is up, will update if I get a reply.
NEtech

All BT Sports and HD are working fine. However, beIN Sports is a … All BT Sports and HD are working fine. However, beIN Sports is a problem. I have sent them a message to see what is up, will update if I get a reply.



BT sports 1 HD is in HD , but when you hit the BT sports 2 HD link its in SD, The BT sports Europe HD link don't work .

http://i59.tinypic.com/20i8gah.jpg
Edited by: "philmitchell" 29th Sep 2015
NEtech

BeIN Sports are down....all of them, I remember searching for streams at … BeIN Sports are down....all of them, I remember searching for streams at the weekend and got nothing from them so that is a problem. I am sure they were working when I signed up a couple of weeks ago though. Hopefully just short term as I have found my matches every weekend on the other channels sp never really took much notice, had the Sunderland match on at the weekend on Fox Sports so was happy, but could be a problem later on if it does not get fixed. However, at just £10 a month, you can decide not to pay again if it is not for you, and to be honest, for a tenner a month with streams this good with full HD on a lot of sports then I will be renewing as I do not have TV or even an ariel connection to my house so this is the best I am going to get.(Even better when you get free PPV sports, ready for the big fights with no lag.)



Yep its worth the money, as the picture on the HD channels are very nice, there is a link for the saturday matches on the other channels
philmitchell

BT sports 1 HD is in HD , but when you hit the BT sports 2 HD link its in … BT sports 1 HD is in HD , but when you hit the BT sports 2 HD link its in SD, The BT sports Europe HD link don't work .



Ah right, I have just watched the Arsenal match on BT Sports 2 HD, it worked for me but no idea if it was the official HD channel, looked very good to me on my second monitor with no lag or anything. But that screen is just an old 19" screen as you can see in my pic from the match I took earlier on. (No idea how I could find out if it is linking to the HD channel or the normal channel, how would you find out?).

EDIT: Just spent the last few mins switching between BT1 HD & BT2 HD and you are correct....BT 2 HD is not in HD, even on my little 19" second screen you can see the difference. However, the streaming is perfect as I watched the whole Arsenal match without any faults or lags.

Also BT Europre has never worked for me, never heard of it until now to be honest so would not have a clue what they would broadcast.
Edited by: "NEtech" 30th Sep 2015
Champions league and Europa league on BT europe .

I finally got the livego.tv plugin working on the kodi (Tv addons) .
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