Boring football Sunday…

I just looked through the schedule for today (Sunday) all across Europe. Normally, there are lots of interesting matches to be played in the Bundesliga, in Serie A, in La Liga, in the Premier League, and in Ligue 1. But, today something went wrong. Of course, a football maniac will have no trouble finding an interesting match to stream, but if you don’t feel obsessed by football, instead you just like to watch good matches, then today is kind of a bummer.

Are you serious? No football to watch?

I am not completely serious. There are some matches that I could watch and that would be interesting to stream online. In Italy, there will be matches between AC Milan and Lazio, and you also have a match between Sampdoria and Inter. But, I wouldn’t miss a party because of any of those Serie A matches.

In the Premier League, we have the match between Liverpool and Leeds. Of course, fans of Liverpool will be eager to watch it, but if you don’t care so much about Salah, Jurgen Klopp, and the rest of the team, then this is a match you can easily skip. And that was it… there are no other Premier League matches today.

There are three Bundesliga matches today, but neither of them includes any of the German top teams (considering that BVB, RB Leipzig, and Bayern Munchen all played yesterday).

What about Spain and France?

Maybe La Liga in Spain will give you something to watch? I guess the truth might be in Spain because if I really had to watch something, I guess it would be a Spanish match, or maybe one of the Italian matches I mentioned earlier. Espanyol will play against Atletico Madrid, and that might be interesting. Real Madrid will play against Celta Vigo, while Cadiz will play against Real Sociedad. Once again… not very interesting.

In France, the only match that is a little bit interesting is the match between Lyon and Strasbourg, but I wouldn’t really skip any program because of this match either.

What is the conclusion? Time to head out into the forest!

Yes, it is time to go out and get some fresh air. There will be lots of other football matches worth watching in the coming weeks and months, so put on your shoes and head out into the wild and breathe in some fresh air. Moving your body will help you as well, so don’t look down on such an opportunity.

Manchester United Champions League
Manchester United will play against Young Boys from Switzerland in the Champions League on Tuesday.

Time for the Champions League

On Tuesday, in two days, there will be a Champions League match between Barcelona and Bayern Munchen… Yes, that is an interesting match that I look forward to stream. Would you like to learn more about how you can stream the Champions League online? Click the link to find out more on how it can be done! And if you have followed those instructions, do not forget that Wednesday will be just as interesting. That is when Manchester City will play against RB Leipzig, Inter against Real Madrid, Liverpool against AC Milan, and Lionel Messi will play his first Champions League match with PSG against Club Brugge.*

Which Premier League matches can I watch on PeacockTV this weekend (September 11-12)?

Do you have a PeacockTV subscription and now you wonder which Premier League matches you will be able to stream on the platform this weekend? That is always a good question and I am very sad to say that the match I look forward to the most this weekend in the Premier League cannot be seen on PeacockTV. Which match am I thinking about?

I am thinking about the return of Christiano Ronaldo to Old Trafford as Manchester United will play against Newcastle United. It is going to be the return of a legend to Manchester, and I really do hope that he will become a hit from the first moment on. I also hope that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will have a good relationship with the star and that together, they will be able to lead Manchester United to glory and to trophies (something Solskjaer hasn’t been able to with United yet).

But, even though you cannot stream Manchester United vs Newcastle United on PeacockTV this weekend, there are several other interesting matches worth watching.

Premier League on PeacockTV on September 11 and September 12th

These are the matches that you can stream on PeacockTV this upcoming weekend.

  • Brentford vs Brighton & Hove Albion
  • Arsenal vs Norwich
  • Watford vs Wolverhampton
  • Leicester vs Manchester City
  • Chelsea vs Aston Villa

All these matches will be played on Saturday. Unfortunately, there will not be any Premier League matches on PeacockTV this Sunday.

premier league peacocktv

What about September 18th and September 19th?

Next weekend PeacockTV subscribers will be able to stream the following matches on the service.

  • Liverpool vs Crystal Palace
  • Norwich vs Watford
  • Aston Villa vs Everton
  • Brighton & Hove Albion vs – Leicester
  • Tottenham vs Chelsea

This is what we can look forward to on PeacockTV in the coming weeks. I guess the match between Arsenal and Norwich will be the highlight for me on September 11th. Not because I am a big fan of any of the clubs, but I am really curious to see if Arsenal will be able to finally win a match in the Premier League this season.

On September 19th, the match between Tottenham and Chelsea will be a giant highlight. If Tottenham can win that match, they might get a solid grip on the Premier League already after five matches.

Are you ready to stream the Premier League online? Which matches are you looking forward to?

Interesting football matches in Europe on September 11, 2011

It feels strange to write about the upcoming weekend already, considering that it is still just Tuesday, and we have got quite a lot of interesting matches coming up for the national teams all across Europe. I believe the most interesting match might be the one between the Netherlands and Turkey later tonight, as both teams are at the top of their group, and this will be a crucial match for both teams.

The Netherlands has been very impressive, but Turkey can often perform miracles against teams way better than themselves. Will it happen again tonight?

Serie A, La Liga, Premier League

A quiet Friday

We often have quite a lot of interesting matches on Fridays, not only from Ligue 1 in France but also from the German Bundesliga and sometimes also from Premier League. There will be one Ligue 1 match online on Friday, but to be honest, it is quite boring, so it isn’t really worth mentioning.

Saturday party!!

However, when Friday turned into Saturday, things are going to get more interesting, as there will be quite a lot of interesting matches in many of the European top leagues.

Can Arsenal finally win?

I guess it cannot be considered a top match when Arsenal welcomes Norwich to Emirates Stadium in London. But, considering that Arsenal has 0 points after three matches, this is an extremely important match. They will just have to win it, if not, I fear that the life of their coach will start to hang in a very thing thread. The Norwegian star-midfielder Martin Odegaard arrived from Real Madrid just a few weeks ago. Can he help turn the things around in Arsenal?

What about Ronaldo?

In Serie A in Italy, there will also be a top match. Juventus will play against Napoli. What is gonna be extremely interesting about this is to see how Juventus will perform in their post-Ronaldo era. We all know that having a super-star in the team doesn’t always boost the overall performance of a squad, and since Ronaldo has played for Juventus, they haven’t been able to bring home any of the most important trophies at all. Will it bring luck to the team to say goodbye to Ronaldo? And in what way will the arrival of Christiano Ronaldo influence Manchester United who will play against Newcastle United at Old Trafford on Saturday. I guess that is gonna be very interesting to find out, and I really hope I will be able to stream the match between Manchester United and Newcastle United online.

RB Leipzig hasn’t had the best start on the season in the German league, and things will not become easier as Bayern Munchen comes to play against them. But, that will happen this upcoming Saturday, meaning that we have yet another top match to look forward to in the Bundesliga as well on Saturday.

I guess you have your Saturday schedule set up already. It should also be mentioned that Paris St Germaine will play against Clermont on Saturday at 17.00, meaning that you will have trouble watching all your favorite teams at the same time, but that is what I call a luxury problem!

Have a wonderful weekend!

The Champions League groups in 2021/22

The biggest tournament for football clubs in the world is the Champions League in Europe. This is where the big money is, and it is the dream of all players and coaches to win this tournament at least once. Who will win the tournament in 2021/22? Many people expect PSG to finally win after the arrival of both Sergio Ramos and Lionel Messi, but if Neymar will leave the club, I actually believe they would have been better off without Lionel Messi.

But, let us take a look at the different groups in the Champions League in 2021/22.

If you want more information about how you can stream the different Champions League group stage matches online, take a look at the following article.

Champions League 2021/22 – Group A

Manchester City (England), Paris Saint-Germain (France), RB Leipzig (Germany), Brugge (Belgium)

This is gonna be a very tough group. Not only because Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain is in the group, but also because RB Leipzig is a great team in Germany and a team capable of playing extraordinary football on some days. Brugge isn’t an easy opponent either, even though I expect at least PSG and Manchester City to win both their matches against the Belgian team.

Champions League 2021/22 – Group B

Atlético Madrid (Spain), Liverpool (England), Porto (Portugal), Milan (Italy)

I don’t believe Jurgen Klopp was very happy about this one, and probably Diego Simeone dreamt of an easier group as well. But, this is what they have been given, meaning that this is a group in which all four teams have a serious chance of actually qualifying for the knockout stage of the tournament. Even though Atletico Madrid and Liverpool are supposed to be the best teams, I wouldn’t dare to look down on Porto or Milan. This is going to be extremely interesting!

Champions League 2021/22 – Group C

Sporting Lisboa (Portugal), Borussia Dortmund (Germany), Ajax (Netherlands), Besiktas (Turkey)

If one would consider the first two groups to be nightmare groups, then this is a group way easier to digest. None of the teams are among the best in Europe, but we also know that Ajax and Borussia Dortmund are capable of playing very well from time to time. Who knows what will happen in this group? Will Erling Haaland score lots of goals and become the top scorer in the Champions League two years in a row?

Champions League 2021/22 – Group D

Inter (Italy), Real Madrid (Spain), Sjakhtar Donetsk (Ukraine), Sheriff Tiraspol (Moldova)

This is probably the group that many consider being the easiest one to predict. Everyone expects Inter and Real Madrid to win the group, while the team from Ukraine and the team from Moldovia will fight to end up third and get a place in the Europa League.

Champions League 2021/22 – Group E

Bayern München (Germany), Barcelona (Spain), Benfica (Portugal), Dynamo Kyiv (Ukraine)

Many might look at this group as they look at Group D, but I do consider this to be a more interesting and tougher group. Benfica is a great team from Portugal, and we also know by experience that Dynamo Kyiv is a tough nut to crack, especially as they play at home in Ukraine.

But, I would be very surprised if Barcelona and Bayern München didn’t end up winning this group!

Champions League 2021/22 – Group F

Villarreal (Spain), Manchester United (England), Atalanta (Italy), Young Boys (Switzerland)

I think all four coaches were really happy to see the names of the other teams in the group. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will get a chance to take revenge for their loss against Villarreal in the Europa League final last year, while Atalanta and Young Boys will want to prove that they belong among the big teams in Europe. Atalanta from Italy has been very solid the last couple of years, so I believe this is going to be a tough group, maybe with Manchester United and Atalanta ending up as the best two teams in the group.

Champions League 2021/22 – Group G

Lille (France), Sevilla (Spain), Salzburg (Austria), Wolfsburg (Germany)

To be honest, this might be the most boring group, at least I am tempted to think so at first. Why? There are no big profiles in the group at all. Both Lille and Sevilla have great teams and players, but there are no big stars in any of the squads. In other words, this is the group that I will most likely neglect and not really pay attention to. Who will win the group? I guess my vote will be for Lille and Sevilla, but I can easily imagine that Salzburg and Wolfsburg might end up among the best teams in the group as well.

Champions League 2021/22 – Group H

Chelsea (England), Juventus (Italy), Zenit St. Petersburg (Russia), Malmö (Sweden)

This is a group that can give us some big moments in front of our screens. Ronaldo has been a little bit hidden away from the world during his time in Turin (Italy), but I am sure that he is eager to win the Champions League with Juventus before he leaves the club. I have my doubts, as I have trouble seeing Juventus pave the way to the final of the Champions League. But, I do believe that they will do well enough to win the group and earn themselves a spot in the knockout stage. Chelsea will, however, give them much trouble, and maybe Romelu Lukaku will become the big star in the Champions League this year and not Christiano Ronaldo or Erling Haaland.

Zent and Malmo are both teams with great discipline and interesting players, but I doubt that they will have the quality to win against Juventus and Chelsea.

So these are the Champions League groups in 2021/22. Which groups will you pay attention to? Are there any groups you consider to be more interesting than the others? I would love to hear your thoughts and your comments on the matter.

When will Messi play his first match for PSG?

Paris St Germain will play their third match in Ligue 1 this season against Brest tomorrow, on August 20th. Will Messi be on the field? Based on the information I have found, he will not yet be in the squad, and that means that our next chance to see Messi play for PSG will be in their next Ligue 1 match against Reims on August 29th. That is still quite far away, but if you wait for something good and exciting, then it doesn’t hurt to wait a bit more.

It reminds me a bit of the feeling I had waiting for the European Championship in football this summer. It was first extremely far away, but then it just got closer and closer, and it became exactly the highlight of the summer, just like I had hoped for.


Now we are all waiting for Sergio Ramos and Lionel Messi to enter the fields of Parc des Princes, or some other venue in France, and to see how they will affect the team. Will they bring PSG to a new level, or will all the stars just make a mess of it all, just like France did during the European Championship in football earlier this summer?

I sometimes fear that the same might happen to PSG. They have the strongest squad in Europe, but it doesn’t mean that they will win it all. In fact, all it takes is some weak matches during the knockout stage of the Champions League, and that will be the end of the story for Pochetini as PSG manager, considering that everyone expects him to win the Champions League trophy with PSG this year.

PSG has a very light schedule in Ligue 1 this year, meaning that they will not meet any of the “best” competitors before the middle of September. They started with a match against Troyes (that they won 2-1), then they won 4-2 against Strasbourg, and now they will play against Brest, Reims, and then against Clermont. Only after those three matches will they have the pleasure of playing against Lyon at Parc des Princes in Paris.

What will happen to Navas?

Keylor Navas is one of my favorite goalkeepers in Europe. But, what will happen to him after the arrival of Donnarumma? I guess every team in Europe would dream of having two such keepers in their squad, but I don’t believe any keeper like Navas or Donnarumma will be satisfied sitting on the bench while watching the other keeper play. And since PSG just bought Donnarumma, I believe the natural thing would be for Keylor Navas to look for a new home. What do you think?

One final thought!

Yesterday, I did some research on the streaming service of Fanatiz. This is a worldwide streaming service, but what can be streamed on the platform depends on your location. That is why I did some tests, and if you are located in the USA, you can easily stream all Ligue 1 football live. Isn’t that a wonderful possibility if you are eager to watch Messi, Neymar, Ramos, and Wijnaldum play at the same time for PSG?

If you live outside the USA, follow the instructions in this article to get access to Fanatiz all across the world.

Are you happy?