Barcelona v Real Betis TV Coverage and Live Streaming Options

Barcelona, under Xavi’s guidance, have kicked off their title defense with an impressive ten points from their initial four fixtures. While their form has been commendable, it’s fair to say they’ve faced some challenges. Lady Luck has smiled upon them at times, gifting them points they’ve worked hard for.

Real Betis, too, have showcased their mettle, securing seven points in their opening quartet of games. This is especially noteworthy considering their demanding fixture list. Their clashes against heavyweights Atletico Madrid, Villarreal, and Athletic Club demonstrated their resilience. Their journey to Catalonia promises to be another stern test for the squad.

As the Estadi Olímpic readies for this clash, fans can anticipate an intriguing face-off between two sides determined to maintain their positive momentum.

Barcelona v Real Betis TV Coverage and Live Streaming Options
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How to Watch in the UK

There is no better way for football fans in the UK to follow the action unfolding at the Estadi Olímpic than to watch it live on television. But unfortunately, UK TV channels will not be broadcasting the match live. Here are the easiest and best ways to watch it all on TV.


To watch Barcelona vs Real Betis in the UK, subscribe to Viaplay (formerly Premier Sports) for live La Liga coverage. It can be added to your Sky subscription for £14.99/month or £9.99/month with a 12-month commitment

La Liga Youtube channel (highlights)

You can access highlights of the match by visiting the official La Liga YouTube channel. These highlights will be available shortly after the conclusion of the game at Estadi Olímpic this Saturday.

Barcelona v Real Betis TV Coverage and Live Streaming Options
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Barcelona vs Real Betis TV Coverage and Live Streaming: International Options

Football fans around the world eagerly await the clash between Barcelona and Real Betis, and here’s how you can catch the action from different parts of the globe-


American fans can tune in to ESPN for live coverage of the match. The kickoff times are set for 12:00 p.m. in Los Angeles and 3:00 p.m. in New York.


In Nigeria, there’s a variety of options to choose from. SuperSport offers commentary in both English and local languages, ensuring everyone can enjoy the game.

If you prefer French commentary, Canal + Sport has you covered. Portuguese speakers can catch the action on Zap, with the match scheduled to start at 8:00 p.m.


For Kenyan football enthusiasts, SuperSport LaLiga is your go-to channel. It is scheduled to kick off at 10:00 p.m. on Saturday night.


Indian viewers won’t miss out either, as Sports 18/MTV will broadcast the game. Set your alarms for 12:30 a.m. on September 17th to catch the action live.

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