After a delayed and dramatic 2020 season, the professional football league La Liga is back for the 2021–22 season. Because of the famous rivalry between Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo (Barcelona and Real Madrid), La Liga has become one of the most-watched football leagues in the world. For the 2021 season, you have more options than ever before to watch La Liga on FireStick from anywhere without cable.
With the travel restrictions around the world, you might miss out on high-profile La Liga matches in the stadium. Don’t worry though. With the streaming options on FireStick, you can catch the live action at home without cable.
Let’s learn a bit about La Liga and its 2021 schedule.
What Is La Liga?
La Liga is Spain’s premier football competition. A total of 20 teams compete in the league, 17 teams from the last season and 3 teams promoted from Segunda Division. La Liga is one of the oldest football leagues out there. Founded back in 1929, this will be the 91st season of the event.
For years, both Real Madrid and Barcelona have dominated La Liga, with 15 combined wins in the last 17 years. Last year, though, we saw a new winner: Atletico Madrid beat Valladolid 2 to 1.
La Liga 2021–22 Schedule
The COVID-19 pandemic delayed the last La Liga season. Fortunately, we won’t have any delays this time around.
The 2021–22 league will start on August 13, 2021, and will conclude on May 22, 2022. The 20 teams will battle each other, each team playing 38 matches in the race to the grand finale in May.
As for favorites, there is a famous saying in La Liga that all the clubs battle each other just to see Barcelona and Real Madrid play in the finale. This is how much Barcelona and Real Madrid have dominated La Liga lately.
You still have enough time to prepare your FireStick to watch all the La Liga matches at home. Without further ado, let’s explore our options.
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How to Watch La Liga Games on FireStick with Official Apps
Qatar-based broadcaster beIN Sports has the official rights to broadcast La Liga games in the US until the 2023-24 season. However, this time, beIN isn’t the only one streaming La Liga in the US.
Thanks to an eye-popping $1.4 billion deal with La Liga, ESPN has secured eight years of streaming rights to air La Liga matches in the US. This is the biggest deal for an overseas sports league in the US, beating NBC’s $1-billion deal with the English Premier League.
Any streaming service carrying beIN or ESPN channels will be able to air all 380 La Liga matches to its subscribers. Additionally, the services listed below are legal and have official FireStick apps. You don’t have to jailbreak your FireStick just to enjoy La Liga action at home.
The only hurdle is that some of these apps, like Sling TV and fuboTV, are only available in a handful of countries around the world. If a particular app is not accessible in your region, consider using a VPN app like ExpressVPN to get around location restrictions on streaming services.
How to Watch La Liga on FireStick in the US
Thanks to ESPN’s strong presence among streaming services, you can watch La Liga matches on a number of streaming platforms. Based on your needs and preferences, you can subscribe to a plan for one of these streaming services and catch the live action right at home on FireStick.
If your needs are limited to sports content, then look no further and go with an ESPN+ subscription. ESPN is the ideal option to stream not just La Liga but also UFC, F1, Cricket, NFL, Premier League, and even the Olympics on FireStick.
ESPN’s streaming service gets a huge thumbs-up from fans. Just last month in June, Disney (ESPN’s parent company) announced that ESPN+ has 13.8 million subscribers.
The price is on the cheaper side as well. You can start with a plan at $5.99 per month and enjoy the service on a number of platforms, including Android, iOS, Roku, Android TV, Apple TV, and, of course, Amazon FireStick. Per the official site, the price of ESPN+ will increase to $6.99 per month on August 13, 2021.
2. Sling TV
Sling TV is another viable option that carries both ESPN and beIN channels. You can get started at as low as $35 per month, and in return, you get 50+ live TV channels in full-HD quality.
A Sling TV subscription also carries the NBC family of channels, CNN, History, and more. The accessibility of the platform isn’t an issue either. Sling TV is accessible on Android, iOS, Android TV, FireStick, Apple TV, and Roku.
Sling TV isn’t offering any kind of free trial. The company is promising a $25 discount for the first month. New subscribers can start La Liga action at $10 per month.
Compared to Sling TV, fuboTV looks expensive on paper. But there’s a good reason for fuboTV’s price. It offers 200+ live channels for streaming on FireStick, covering all categories, including news, sports, movies, and kids. This one subscription is enough to replace your cable operator.
Now for that price: fuboTV costs $64.99 per month.
How to Watch La Liga for Free on FireStick with fuboTV
Even though the price is on the higher side, fuboTV is definitely worth a try. Or at least its 7-day free trial is worth a try. Why not cover a week of La Liga action for free? Other fuboTV goodies include on-demand channels and DVR support.
4. Hulu Live TV
Hulu’s ultimate bundle is an ideal option for cord-cutters on FireStick. It includes channels from Hulu as well as Disney+ and ESPN+.
With Hulu Live TV, you are looking at 75+ channels, up to 50 hours of cloud DVR support, and TV shows from SHOWTIME and HBO. Disney+ is the home of the Marvel Universe and all the Disney originals.
ESPN+, as we discussed above, can cover all your sports needs. The Hulu Live TV bundle is priced at $64.99 per month. If the Hulu bundle and its price are overwhelming, remember you can get just the ESPN+ subscription at only $5.99 (until August 13, when it’s increasing to $6.99).
How to Watch La Liga for Free on FireStick with Hulu TV
Hulu offers a 7-day free trial to test the service on FireStick. After one week of La Liga matches, you can continue watching matches by paying for a subscription.
Peacock is NBC’s bid to capture the ever-growing streaming market in the US. The service offers the ESPN channel, and with that, you can watch all 380 La Liga games on FireStick without cable.
Besides ESPN, Peacock lets you enjoy all the NBC shows, sports events like Premier League and the Olympics, and the fan-favorite The Office. Peacock has received a positive response from its audience, which was 33 million subscribers as of January 2021.
The streaming plans are on the cheaper side as well. Peacock premium is priced at $4.99, or $9.99 to remove most ads.
How to Watch La Liga for Free on FireStick with Peacock
Like with most streaming services these days, Peacock offers a 7-day free trial, letting you catch the La Liga action on the field for a week. But, of course, that’s not nearly enough for an event that lasts 9 months. You can pay for a subscription to unlock more matches on FireStick.
6. YouTube TV
Google is taking a swing at the streaming market with its YouTube TV service. Currently exclusive to the US market, the newbie TV service has already generated a good amount of buzz among cord-cutters.
YouTube TV supports 85+ channels in various categories, such as sports, news, kids, and movies. With Google’s years of experience with streaming tech, you can expect a solid buffering-free streaming experience.
YouTube TV costs $54.99 per month for the first three months for new users. After that, the price jumps to $64.99 per month.
How to Watch La Liga for Free on FireStick with YouTube TV
Being a new kid on the block, YouTube TV is offering a 14-day free trial. After two weeks of La Liga matches, you can subscribe to the paid plan and continue to watch La Liga without cable.
7. AT&T TV
America’s second-largest carrier, AT&T, plans to disrupt the streaming market with AT&T TV. It’s the most expensive service on this list. There is no free trial either. So with this one, you need to start paying $69.99 per month to stream La Liga matches on FireStick.
What exactly is AT&T offering for such a fat price tag? The subscription comes with 65+ channels, including well-known media giants such as ESPN, AMC, FOX, ABC, Comedy Central, and NBC. The Choice plan, priced at $84.99 per month, adds a 1-year subscription to HBO Max.
How to Watch La Liga on FireStick in Canada
Due to a complex licensing structure, although ESPN is available via fuboTV and AT&T TV in Canada, it can’t stream La Liga matches in the country. Football fans in Canada can catch the on-field action via a service called DAZN.
Launched in 2016, DAZN quickly became the prime choice for sports fans around the world. It’s one of the largest sports streaming services out there, with a presence in many countries around the world.
With a DAZN subscription, you can enjoy all the La Liga action without cable on FireStick. DAZN isn’t limited to La Liga matches. It has rights to stream AFC, UEFA, Euro cup, UFC, and other major sports events.
DAZN is officially available in the Amazon App Store. The subscription is priced at CA$2 (a bit under US$2) per month. With the DAZN plan, you can also stream La Liga matches in Germany, Japan, Australia, Italy, and Switzerland.
How to Watch La Liga on FireStick in the UK
LaLiga TV and FreeSports have official rights to stream La Liga matches in the UK.
On iPhone or Android, you can use the Premier Sports Player app to access both of these channels. However, that app doesn’t support Fire TV devices yet.
That leaves us with the Sky TV app for FireStick. Sky TV will let you stream La Liga action on FireStick in the UK.
Sky TV can be confusing. Let me simplify it. First, you need to have an active Sky TV subscription. Then, you need a Premier Sports add-on. Then you can use the Sky Go app on FireStick to stream La Liga matches.
The Sky Go app is directly connected to your Sky TV subscription. Sky TV itself is a versatile service with categories for sports, news, movies, and kids, plus more categories available via add-on. Sky Sports is a popular add-on that unlocks major sports events, such as cricket, Premier League, NFL, tennis, NBA, and more in the UK.
The Sky Go app is also available on Android, iOS, FireStick, Windows, Mac, Android TV, and Apple TV.
How to Watch La Liga on FireStick for Free (Legal Apps/Services)
As I mentioned above, most streaming services in the US offer a free trial to new users. Even if you have used any of those services in the past, you can sign up using a new email address and enjoy a free trial for a week or two.
Combine free trials from various services and you’ve got yourself at least a couple of months of La Liga action for free. Here’s how you can take advantage of your free trial options.
If you have a habit of forgetting to cancel your subscriptions before their due dates, I advise using a reminder app such as Apple Reminders or Google Tasks to set due dates.
Here’s what you need to do.
1. Start your free trial journey with YouTube TV. Get a 14-day free trial, enjoy every La Liga moment for free for two weeks, and cancel it on the final day.
2. fuboTV subscribers get 7 days of free trial as well. Just don’t forget to cancel it before the due date. Otherwise, you are looking at a $64.99 bill for the first month of subscription.
3. Hulu’s ultimate bundle comes with a 7-day free trial. In those 7 days, you can not only watch La Liga matches but also stream the latest movies from Marvel Studio and Disney on FireStick.
4. Peacock lets you try its service for free for 7 days. After that, you can purchase the premium plan at $4.99 per month.
Add up the free trials above and you can watch La Liga matches for free for over a month across these streaming services. Just don’t forget to cancel your subscriptions before the billing dates. Otherwise, be prepared to see a huge credit card bill at the end of the month.
La Liga goes on for nine months, so what about the remaining matches? You can always create new accounts for trials, but that’s just more hurdles, and what if you forget to cancel a plan before the billing date?
If you try all four trials I listed above, you’ll likely be able to judge which service has the best plan for you. At that point, you can go ahead and subscribe for the remainder of La Liga, or however long you want.
What if you’re not too keen to pay for a high-priced or content-limited subscription month after month? I would like to drive your attention to IPTV apps, Kodi addons, and third-party apps on FireStick. But installing them is not as easy as installing an official app from the Amazon App Store. In fact, these content sources come with their own set of problems. Let’s discuss them in detail.
Legal Disclaimer: This tutorial is purely educational. FireStickTricks.com doesn’t own, host, operate, resell, or distribute any streaming apps, addons, IPTV or services. The page contains some unverified services, and we are not certain whether they hold legal licenses to distribute the content. FireStickTricks.com does not verify the legality of each app/service in all regions. Do your due diligence if you use any of the unverified apps/services, and stream only content that is available in the public domain. The end-user shall be solely responsible for the media accessed.
How to Watch La Liga Live on FireStick for Free (Unverified Apps/Services)
The Amazon App Store isn’t the only source of FireStick apps. The device runs on the Android-based Fire OS, meaning you can always download and install APK files from the web.
With a jailbroken FireStick, you can install IPTV services, Kodi addons, and third-party apps on FireStick. Don’t get confused by the term “jailbroken” here. It’s quite easy and legal to jailbreak a FireStick.
What’s not legal is consuming unlicensed content on a jailbroken FireStick. The apps and services listed below may not carry legal licenses to stream La Liga matches in your region. Streaming La Liga through unknown sources could land you in legal trouble in the future. Wondering how?
Your government and local ISP (internet service provider) company can see the type of content you are streaming on FireStick. And with your IP address, they have your approximate location as well. So, what are your options then?
Enter VPNs. With a capable VPN like ExpressVPN on FireStick, you can hide your IP address and safeguard your online activities on FireStick.
Besides, with a VPN service like ExpressVPN, you can remove geo-restrictions from official apps and enjoy the content available anywhere in the world.
Here are your options to stream La Liga matches for free or for a small fee on your FireStick without cable.
IPTV services are a hot trend these days. Due to their thousands of live TV channels, movies, and TV shows, they have become popular among cord-cutters out there.
There are dozens of capable IPTV services for FireStick, but I’ve listed the best IPTV options in this post.
With an IPTV subscription, you also get an M3U link, an EPG (electronic program guide), support for PPV events, integration with other media players, and more.
A VPN connection is a must-have though. FireStickTricks can’t confirm the legal status of each content stream in every region out there. You could end up consuming unlicensed content on an IPTV service, which could expose you to legal hurdles in the future.
FireStickTricks.com explicitly opposes breaking the law. But in case you make a mistake, you can avoid the drama by using a trusted VPN app like ExpressVPN. Subscribe to ExpressVPN, change your IP address to spoof your location, and enjoy La Liga action from anywhere without any issues.
Free Sports Streaming Apps
The jailbreaking practice started when Amazon began removing unverified streaming services from its app store. Users started jailbreaking their FireSticks and installing apps like Kodi.
The web is filled with third-party streaming apps for FireStick. There are apps out there specifically designed to deliver sports content for free on FireStick.
One of the popular names among third-party apps is Kodi. Kodi itself is perfectly legal to download and use. But the Kodi app alone won’t work any magic for you. Users need Kodi addons to unlock unlimited entertainment at their fingertips.
I have compiled a list of the best Kodi addons to level up your streaming experience on FireStick. Using them, you can watch La Liga matches for free on FireStick.
Once again, let me remind you to use a VPN service like ExpressVPN. You should protect your online identity while browsing unverified Kodi addons.
How to Watch La Liga on FireStick Using a Browser (Unverified)
Amazon developed Silk browser to browse the web on its devices, like the FireStick. You can also go with the Google Chrome browser, but it’s not optimized for FireStick. Namely, you won’t have a seamless experience with the FireStick remote.
Using Silk browser, you can visit free sports streaming websites and start watching La Liga games for free. You may wonder, how can an unknown streaming website air a high-profile league like La Liga for free to its viewers?
These sports streaming sites rely on popup ads and third-party trackers to cover their bills. It’s not advisable to go this route. The experience of streaming on such sites also leaves much to be desired, as you often run into buffering issues and loss of connection.
Due to privacy concerns and the less-than-ideal experience of using a free sports streaming site, I highly suggest sticking to official apps. Free sports streaming websites work once in a while, but you shouldn’t and can’t rely on them to watch the entire La Liga season.
Highly recommended if streaming with free or low-cost services 👇
How to Stream on FireStick Anonymously
As soon as you install the right apps, your FireStick is all ready to stream your favorite content. However, before you start, I would like to warn you that everything you stream online is visible to your ISP and Government. This means, streaming free movies, TV shows, Sports might get you into legal trouble.
Thankfully, there is a foolproof way to keep all your streaming activities hidden from your ISP and the Government. All you need is a good VPN for Fire Stick. A VPN will mask your original IP which is and will help you bypass Online Surveillance, ISP throttling, and content geo-restrictions.
I personally use and recommend ExpressVPN, which is the fastest and most secure VPN. It is compatible with all kinds of streaming apps and is very easy to install on Fire TV / Stick.
We do not encourage the violation of copyright laws. But, what if you end up streaming content from an illegitimate source unintentionally? It is not always easy to tell the difference between a legit and illegal source.
So, before you start streaming on your Fire Stick / Fire TV, let’s see how to use ExpressVPN to keep your streaming activities hidden from prying eyes.
Step 1: Subscribe to ExpressVPN HERE. It comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee. Meaning, you can use it free for the first 30-days and if you are not satisfied with the performance (which is highly unlikely), you can ask for a full refund.
Step 2: Power ON your Fire TV Stick and go to Find followed by Search option.
Step 3: Now type “Expressvpn” (without quotes) in the search bar and select ExpressVPN when it shows up in the search results.
Step 4: Click Download to install the ExpressVPN app on Fire TV / Stick.
Step 5: Open the app and enter the login credentials that you created while buying the ExpressVPN subscription. Click Sign in.
Step 6: Click the Power icon to connect to a VPN server. That’s all. Your connection is now secure with the fastest and best VPN for FireStick.
You can also read more detailed info on using ExpressVPN with Fire TV / Stick.
Where can I stream La Liga?
You can stream La Liga matches on ESPN+, fuboTV, Hulu Live TV, YouTube TV, Sling TV, and other official apps on FireStick. If an app isn’t available in your region, you can use ExpressVPN to connect to a US server and then access the app.
Where can I watch La Liga for free?
Using third-party apps, IPTV services, and Kodi addons, you can watch La Liga for free on FireStick. Just don’t forget to protect your online identity using a VPN service like ExpressVPN.
How can I watch La Liga on a smart TV?
Most smart TVs from Samsung, LG, TCL, and Hisense support the official apps listed above. Using those apps, you can watch La Liga matches from your couch.
The La Liga action is all set to start on August 13. You can easily watch La Liga on FireStick without cable. To catch the action, use one of the official apps from the list above, or opt for an IPTV service, Kodi addon, or third-party FireStick app.
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