Looking for free football streams?

Streaming copyright protected content is illegal, unreliable, risky and harmful

The Premier League have obtained a High Court Order that requires UK Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to block servers that are hosting illegal streams of its matches.

This means illegal football streams are getting blocked and sites taken down.

It is getting harder to watch pirated content.

Illegal streams are a safety and security risk, from viruses and malware to pop-ups and age inappropriate content.

Play it safe by sticking to legal digital services. You can find out where to watch upcoming fixtures safely and legally here: https://www.premierleague.com/broadcast-schedules

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