Here’s everything you need to know to live stream Bayern vs. Eintracht on Saturday.
Bayern Munich vs. Eintracht Frankfurt
- When: 12:30pm ET, Saturday, May 23
- Where: Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany
- Broadcast: FS1 and TUDN
- Streaming: Fubo, Hulu with Live TV, Sling, AT&T TV Now, Vidgo, and YouTube TV
Bayern vs. Eintracht: Preview
It was a slow start to the season for Bayern Munich, prompting pundits and fans to wonder if there was a possibility the club may end its streak of lifting the title at a mere seven seasons. However, the club has bounced back and currently sits four points above Dortmund in second. Much of this can be attributed to the seemingly ageless Robert Lewandowski — the 31-year-old has 26 goals in 24 Bundesliga matches, as well as eleven in the Champions League. Add to that an incredible midfield and their exciting fullbacks, 19-year-old Canadian Alphonso Davies and Benjamin Pavard, whom they snatched from relegated Stuttgart, and the team is nearly unbeatable.
(Though if anyone can beat Bayern right now, it’s Dortmund, who will get its chance in Tuesday’s Der Klassiker. 12:30pm ET, FS1, make plans now.)
Then there’s Eintracht Frankfurt. What a sad season it’s been for a team that performed so well last season, a team that was a joy to watch. Of course, when you sell your best striker in Luka Jović and sell off another talented forward, Sébastien Haller, to West Ham, it’s a bit difficult to reach last year’s numbers. Surprisingly, Eintracht destroyed Bayern in the reverse fixture, 5-1. The next day, Bayern fired their coach, Niko Kovač, and began their upward ascent. Eintracht shouldn’t expect the same story to unfold in Munich — unless it’s Bayern beating them 5-1.
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Bayern vs. Eintracht live stream: How to watch Bundesliga matches online
This match will feature on FS1 and TUDN.
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, or a Premier League fan rising early with NBCSN, Fubo delivers the beautiful game.
Hulu with 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.
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. 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.
Currently, Sling is also run-in a promotion that allows folks who want to dip their toes in the world of online Live TV streaming to try its service during primetime with its Happy Hour Across America promotion. From the hours of 5pm to midnight, Sling will be totally free. For more information, check out the full offer details.
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 (updated May 31)
|11||1. FC Koln||34||-8|
|13||1. FC Union Berlin||31||-15|
|15||1. FSV Mainz 05||28||-25|
|18||SC Paderborn 07||19||-24|
Bayern Munich vs. Eintracht Frankfurt: Summary of Previous Match, Odds, Upcoming Fixtures
Previously, on Bundesliga …
Bayern Munich headed to the capital to take on Union Berlin last weekend in its return to Bundesliga play. Because Union’s best weapon is their crowd, the visitors won the game handily. Robert Lewandowski notched a penalty in the first half, and Benjamin Pavard secured the 2-0 win in the second.
Meanwhile, for Eintracht Frankfurt, it was a disappointing return for a team which was one of the more exciting teams in Germany last season. Last year’s Europa Cup semifinalists hosted Borussia Mönchengladbach, who embarrassed them from the off. Alassane Pléa scored in the first minute, and Marcus Thuram made it two before ten minutes were up. To add insult to injury, Ramy Bensebaini converted a penalty in the 73rd minute. Fortunately for Eintracht, Gladbach just cannot keep a clean sheet this season, and André Silva scored a consolation goal in Eintracht’s 3-1 loss.
According to the DraftKings Sportsbook oddsmakers (as of May 22):
- Bayern, -715 (wager $715 to win $100)
- Eintracht, +1400 (wager $100 to win $1400)
- Draw, +700
Bayern Munich: Next Match
Eintracht Frankfurt: Next Match
- vs. Freiburg, Tuesday, May 26, 2:30pm ET (Fox Soccer Plus)
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