Here’s everything you need to stream Dortmund at Hertha BSC on Saturday.
Borussia Dortmund vs. Hertha Berlin
- When: 12:30pm ET, Saturday, June 6
- Where: Signal Iduna Park in Dortmund, Germany
- Broadcast: FS2, TUDN
- Streaming: Fubo, Hulu with Live TV, Sling, AT&T TV Now, Vidgo, and YouTube TV
Dortmund vs. Hertha: Preview
There’s not much to say about this game . . . except that if you like teams that score goals, this is a great match.
Dortmund is the big name here, with casual observers would think of maybe thinking of captain Marco Reus, Mario Götze, or Mats Hummels. But it’s the youngsters stealing the scene in Dortmund.
20-year-old Jadon Sancho, already on his way to be being a football god, already has 17 goals this season, and is second in the league in assists with 16. Erling Håland, just 19, is looking to challenge Sancho’s goal total with 10 in 11 appearances. We should also me Sntion third in number of goals scored, he’s also second in the league in assists. Thorgan Hazard, a summer acquisition, is third in assists with 13. It’s this sort of teamwork, alongside a quick and efficient press, that makes BVB quite fun to watch.
Americans showed an interest in Hertha Berlin when former USMNT manager Jurgen Klinsmann took over in late November, but he stayed only ten games. In Germany, they’re being closely observed these days, as they’re very close to a Europa League spot—just four points behind both Hoffenheim and Wolfsburg. Since Bruno Labbadia took over, Hertha has been excellent.
The team has scored 11 goals in 4 matches, and it’s awfully fun to watch. It’s a possession-oriented squad that doesn’t mind throwing out a foul every once in awhile, and loves to share out goals amongst the squad. It’ll be interesting to see the approach here: Either hang back and protect the goal because it’s BVB, or go all out in Herthastyle.
Dortmund vs Hertha live stream: How to watch Bundesliga matches online
This match will be shown on FS2 and Fox Deportes.
FuboTV was created with soccer fans in mind; there’s even original content catering to that dedicated group. Whether you’re an MLS or Bundesliga fan checking out the action on FS1 and FS2, a Liga MX or El Tri fan tuning into TUDN, a La Liga fan tuning into BeIN Sports, or a Premier League fan rising early with NBCSN, Fubo delivers the beautiful game.
If you’re looking primarily for Spanish-language coverage from TUDN, TyC, and GolTV, as well as both the English and Spanish-language versions of BeIN Sports, you might consider Fubo Español. It provides access to La Liga, Concacaf Champions League, Copa Libertadores, and more.
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Hulu Live TV is one of the most popular ways to stream live TV, as you have access to a massive library of on-demand content including classic and current TV shows, movies, and Hulu’s original programming. Channels like FS1, FS2, and NBCSN deliver some of the best soccer from Europe and North America direct to you.
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Sling TV is a great destination for soccer fans. It has two cable packages, Sling Orange and Sling Blue, which each cost $30 per month. Getting Sling Orange + Blue saves money and it provides the most access to sports. Sling Blue provides FS1 for MLS and Bundesliga matches, NBCSN for Premier League matches, and NFL Network for fans of the other kind of football. Sling Orange has ESPN and ESPN2 for MLS, USMNT, and USWNT fans, as well as those who want to catch international matchups. The World Sports package includes BeIN Sports and La Liga action for $10 a month. Completists will want FS2 through the Sling Blue Sports Extra package for just $10 a month. Here’s the complete guide to Sling TV channels.
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Vidgo makes the suite of ESPN and Fox sports channels available at even its base English-language tier, and it also throws in ESPN Deportes and Fox Deportes to nod to its roots as a Spanish-language streaming service. If you prefer to stream en Español, its packages include TyC Sports to follow the South American soccer landscape.
AT&T TV Now starts with access to 45+ channels, including local channels and even free HBO in the Plus and Max channel suites. With multiple packages to choose from, you can find a solution for all your soccer channels. Whether it’s ESPN, ESPN2, FS1, FS2, NBCSN, or TUDN, AT&T TV Now can get you there.
YouTube TV is a great option for soccer fans, with NBCSN, four ESPN channels, the Fox sports suite of channels (including Fox Soccer Plus as as add-on), and even specific channels for MLS teams LAFC and Orlando City SC if you’re in those markets. There’s also NBA TV and a number of college sports networks to whet your sports appetite if soccer’s not on. One subscription can add up to six accounts, and each account comes with unlimited cloud DVR.
Bundesliga Table (following Oct. 4 matches)
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Dortmund vs. Hertha: Summary of last matches, odds, upcoming fixtures
Previously, on Bundesliga …
Dortmund, rather unsurprisingly, fell 1-0 to the almighty Bayern in May’s Der Klassiker, the biggest game in German soccer. So—also unsurprisingly—BVB came back over the weekend and smashed poor Paderborn, who had done nothing at all except open its stadium gates and take its place at the bottom of the table.
Dortmund toyed with its prey for quite some time, but Paderborn failed to stop the onslaught in the second half, which began with a goal from Hazard. Sancho scored shortly thereafter and wound up with a hat trick. Achraf Hakimi and, perhaps most surprisingly, Marcel Schmeltzer, a defender who has played just five games this season, also got on the board. While Uwe Hünemeier got Paderborn on the board in the 72nd minute, Sancho’s second goal two minutes later cut off any hope the hosts may have had left.
Hertha surprised many in midweek by securing a 2-2 draw with RB Leipzig, a Champions League contender. Of course, it did involve a last minute penalty after Leipzig had been given a red card, but Hertha came out of the gate ready to play its game, and was first to score. Last week’s game was against Augsburg, but the 2-0 scoreline came as little surprise given Augsburg is merely concentrating on avoiding relegation.
According to the DraftKings Sportsbook oddsmakers (as of June 5), Dortmund is a favorite to win.
- Dortmund, -278 (wager $278 to win $100)
- Hertha, +650 (wager $100 to win $650)
- Draw, +410
Borussia Dortmund: Next Match
- at Fortuna Düsseldorf, Saturday, June 13, 9:30am ET (Fox Deportes)
Hertha BSC: Next Match
- vs. Eintracht Frankfurt, Saturday, June 13, 9:30am ET (FS2)
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