La Liga’s greatest rivalry has returned when Spain’s biggest heavyweights faceoff on the pitch. When FC Barcelona and Real Madrid come together for El Clasico, the world watches with 104 million fans from over 84 different countries tuning in to the match.
The two clubs face off twice a year, which makes El Clasico one of the oldest rivalries in all of sports. During their last matchup back in April, Real Madrid defended their home field with a 2-1 victory at Alfredo Di Stéfano Stadium. Real Madrid is currently on a 3-match winning streak against their rivals, while FC Barcelona has been disappointing due to lackluster play and financial turmoil. Losing superstar Lionel Messi after two decades in Barcelona has not helped the club either.
Fans are making their return to Camp Nou, with El Clasico expected to be filed to 60% capacity. If you cannot be in attendance to cheer on your favorite Spanish team, then you can find out how to watch El Clasico without cable below.
When to Watch El Clasico: FC Barcelona vs. Real Madrid
El Clasico between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid will take place at Camp Nou, in Barcelona, Spain, at 10:15 AM ET, on Sunday, October 24, on ESPN+.
How to Watch ElClasico: FC Barcelona vs. Real Madrid Without Cable
ESPN+ will be the exclusive streaming home of El Clasico. Cord cutters have a few different choices when it comes to streaming the big matchup on the service.
ESPN+: Soccer fans can watch Sunday’s La Liga matchup between Spain’s biggest rivals by subscribing to ESPN+ for $6.99/month, or annually for 69.99/year. Subscribers will have access to live games from the top soccer leagues in the world, documentaries, studio shows, and much more.
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