Football live on TV today: With Union Berlin, Freiburg, Cologne & HSV – FOOTBALL

You can’t get enough of football and would like to follow every game on TV or in the live stream? Then you are exactly right here!

With the football program of SPORT BILD you won’t miss a game in the future. Here you can find out, among other things, which soccer games are scheduled for today in the Bundesliga, Champions League, Premier League, 2nd Bundesliga, 3rd League, Europa League or World Cup and where they will be broadcast live on TV or live stream.

This Sunday, November 6th, 2022, you can watch the following games live on TV:


  • 3.30 p.m.: Bayer 04 Leverkusen – Union Berlin (live on DAZN/ad)
  • 5.30 p.m.: SC Freiburg – 1. FC Köln (live on DAZN/ad)

2. Bundesliga

These games are expiring 1:30 p.m.:

  • Hamburger SV – Jahn Regensburg (live on SKY/Advertisement)
  • 1. FC Nuremberg – 1. FC Magdeburg (live on SKY/ad)
  • Eintracht Braunschweig – Greuther Fürth (live on SKY/ ad)

3. Liga

  • 13 o’clock: VfB Oldenburg – Rot-Weiss Essen (live on MagentaTV)
  • 14 o’clock: FSV Zwickau – VfL Osnabrück (live on MagentaTV)
  • 3pm: TSV 1860 Munich – 1. FC Saarbrücken (live on MagentaTV)

Premier League (England)

  • 13 o’clock: Chelsea FC – Arsenal FC (live on SKY/Advertisement)
  • 3pm: Aston Villa – Manchester United (live on SKY/Ad)
  • 5.30 p.m.: Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool FC (live on SKY/Ad)

La Liga (Spain)

  • 14 o’clock: Atlético Madrid – Espanyol Barcelona (live on DAZN/ad)
  • 4:15 p.m.: Real Sociedad San Sebastian – Valencia CF (live on DAZN/ad)
  • 6.30 p.m.: Villarreal CF – RCD Mallorca (live on DAZN/ad)
  • 21 clock: Betis Sevilla – Sevilla FC (live on DAZN/ad)

Serie A (Italy)

  • 12.30 p.m.: Bologna FC – FC Torino (live on DAZN/ad)
  • 3pm: Sampdoria Genoa – AC Florence (live on DAZN/ad)
  • 3pm: AC Monza – Hellas Verona (live on DAZN/ad)
  • 6 p.m.: AS Roma – Lazio Roma (live on DAZN/ad)
  • 8.45 p.m.: Juventus Turin – Inter Milan (live on DAZN/ad)

Ligue 1 (France)

  • 13 o’clock: FC Lorient – ​​Paris Saint-Germain (live on DAZN/ad)
  • 3pm: Clermont Foot – Montpellier HSC (live on DAZN/Advertisement)
  • 3pm: Toulouse FC – AS Monaco (live on DAZN/ad)
  • 3pm: OGC Nice – Stade Brest (live on DAZN/ad)
  • 3pm: Stade Reims – FC Nantes (live on DAZN/ad)
  • 17.05 Watch: Lille OSC – Stade Rennes (live on DAZN/ad)
  • 8.45 p.m.: Olympique Marseille – Olympique Lyon (live bei DAZN/Anzeige)

More information about football today on TV

Soccer is by far the most popular sport in Germany. With around seven million members, the DFB is the largest sports association in Germany.

The ratings for games in the Bundesliga, the DFB Cup, the Champions League or the German national team regularly show how popular football is in this country. It is not uncommon for more than five million viewers to follow football matches that are broadcast live on free TV.

But regardless of the high ratings, not every football fan is immediately aware of which provider is broadcasting football live on TV or live stream today.

Because the number of football competitions is as diverse as the number of broadcasting stations and rights holders. The broadcasting rights of the most important football competitions in Germany are divided among the following broadcasters: ARD, ZDF, RTL, Sat.1, Sport1, Amazon Prime, Sky, DAZN, Magenta Sport.

As you have probably already noticed, you cannot watch the football matches of your favorite team on TV or live stream for free with every provider. This is because some competitions are partially or exclusively broadcast on pay-tv. For you, this means that you need a paid subscription to the respective providers.

Football on free TV: You can see these games on ARD, ZDF, RTL, Sat.1, Sport1 and Co.

You don’t need a paid subscription for all football games that are shown on TV. Because there are also many duels live on free TV. Here we show you which station you can find what on:

ARD – Soccer World Cup, DFB Cup, 3rd division, highlights of the Bundesliga & 2nd division

In its “sports show”, ARD shows the summaries of the Bundesliga games as well as highlights from the 2nd and 3rd divisions. In addition, selected games from the 3rd division are broadcast on the regional channels (MDR, NDR, SWR, BR, HR and RBB). Individual games of the DFB Cup are also broadcast by ARD.

ZDF – Soccer World Cup, DFB Cup, Nations League & Highlights of the Bundesliga

ZDF shows the highlights of the Bundesliga match day in its “Sportstudio”. Similar to ARD, ZDF also broadcasts individual DFB Cup games. In addition, ZDF also shows individual games of the German national team in the Nations League.

The World Cup in Qatar: The opening game, all games of the German national team as well as the semi-finals and the final will be shown on ARD and ZDF on free TV.

RTL – Europa League, Conference League & Nations League

The private broadcaster RTL shows selected Europa League games and Conference League games with German participation on free TV. The Nations League will also be broadcast.

Sat.1 – Bundesliga start, relegation & Supercup

Sat.1 has acquired a large rights package: In addition to the Supercup, the private broadcaster will show the four relegation games in the Bundesliga and 2nd division, the opening game in the Bundesliga and three other Bundesliga games: on November 8th. the game Bayern – Bremen (14th matchday, 8.30 p.m.), on 11.11. (Match 15, 8.30 p.m.) Borussia Mönchengladbach – Borussia Dortmund and on 20.01. (Matchday 16, 8:30 p.m.) RB Leipzig – Bayern Munich.

Sport1 – 2nd league top game on free TV

Sport1 broadcasts the Saturday evening game of the 2nd Bundesliga live on free TV.

Football live today on Sky: program, offers, WOW

Even if the TV rights are now widely distributed, you can still watch a lot of live football on pay-TV channel Sky. The Munich-based broadcaster has the Bundesliga, 2. Bundesliga and the Premier League to offer. All important information about football live on Sky can be found here.

Bundesliga Saturday belongs to Sky. The pay-TV broadcaster shows the games of the 1st Bundesliga at 3.30 p.m. in the conference and as individual games. Didi Hamann and Erik Meijer are on duty as experts, along with Alex Feuerherdt as a referee expert. The preliminary reporting starts at 2 p.m., for the individual games from 3.15 p.m.

From 5.30 p.m. the preliminary coverage of the Saturday evening game, which kicks off at 6.30 p.m. and is called “tipico-Topspiel”, begins. Sebastian Hellmann is there as a moderator and Lothar Matthäus as well as Tabea Kemme and Julia Simic as experts. They report live on site. In addition, after the conference, Sky will show the program “All games, all goals” with summaries of the 3:30 p.m. games.

From 1.30 p.m. onwards, before the Bundesliga starts, the broadcaster will broadcast the matches from the 2nd Bundesliga as individual games or in a conference. Pre-reporting begins here at 12:30 p.m. The Saturday evening game of the 2nd division is also broadcast on Sky, kick-off is at 8:30 p.m.

In addition, Sky shows the games of the English Premier League and the DFB Cup live on TV.

The Sky Sport package currently costs 25 euros per month for one year, after that 40 euros per month.

Sky’s streaming service is called WOW (formerly known as Sky Ticket). The sports package costs EUR 29.99 per month or EUR 24.99 per month for an annual subscription.

Here you will find all further information about Sky and WOW.

Football live today on DAZN: program, costs, trial month

The streaming provider DAZN takes over the rest of the Bundesliga rights package and broadcasts the Friday and Sunday Bundesliga games. On Fridays at 8.30 p.m. and on Sundays at 3.30 p.m. and 5.30 p.m. (optionally 7.30 p.m.) Bundesliga football is broadcast live on TV on DAZN.

A large part of the offer and the flagship of the streaming provider is the Champions League. DAZN only does not broadcast one game per match day of the group phase, Amazon Prime has secured the rights here. From the round of 16, the Champions League runs exclusively on DAZN. Similar to Sky in the Bundesliga, DAZN also offers a matchday conference.

In addition to the Bundesliga and the Champions League, DAZN also shows the following football live on TV: La Liga (Spain), Serie A (Italy), Ligue 1 (France), Uefa Youth League, Uefa Super Cup, Uefa Women’s Champions League, Coppa Italia & Supercoppa Italiana (Italy), Trophee des Champions (France), FA Cup & FA Community Shield (England), Primeira Liga (Portugal), Eredivisie (Netherlands), MLS (USA), A-League (Australia), Copa Libertadores ( South America), Copa Sudamericana (South America), World Cup and European Championship qualification and the Uefa Nations League.

In addition to the commentators and moderators, there are also some experts at DAZN. This is the streaming provider’s list of experts: Michael Ballack, Sami Khedira, Sandro Wagner, Jonas Hummels, Benny Lauth, Sebastian Kneißl, Christian Bernhard, Alexis Menuge, Sascha Bigalke and Max Nicu.

You currently pay €29.99 per month for the flexible monthly subscription. You can get the annual subscription to DAZN for EUR 24.99 per month. There is no free trial month.