Its great that you can now get Bundesliga live streaming legally in the UK, with every match being streamed on your computer, mobile or tablet. This means on a Saturday you can sit down at 2.30 and watch a live game whilst you watch soccer Saturday too. The stream can be run full screen on your mobile and part screen on tablet and is iPhone and iPad compatible. As it is a legal stream there are no problems with picture quality and the stream does not drop half way through a match when “too many” people join the stream.
How to get Bundesliga live streaming
All you need to watch all the top German football is a bet365 account that has funds (at least £1) in it and have placed any sport be in the last 24 hours. This is different from horse racing streaming where you need to have placed a bet on the race to watch. If you don’t have a bet365 account you can get between £25 and £200 in free bets when you register on the link below.
Once registered you will need to make a deposit, the minimum is £5, although the free bets start at a minimum deposit of £25 up to £200. Then you can go to the Bundesliga games and you will se the “Watch” net to them showing that they are due to be streamed. When the stream goes live then you will see the “watch” button turn yellow, tap this and you will be taken to the stream.
Bundesliga live streaming screen shots
On mobiles you can see the stream on the full screen as you can on Android tablets. On iPad you can only see a small screen in the top corner similar to the desktop site. To access the stream on iPad you will need to go to the markets for your chosen match and the the stream will automatically be in the top right hand corner. Despite our best attempts we cannot get the Bundesliga live streaming to run full screen on iPad, although you used to be able to.