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How To Watch Today’s Europa League Quarter-Final Matches On Your Smartphone Or PC

The UEFA Europa League first leg quarter-final fixtures on Thursday, 8th April 2021 are:

— Arsenal v Slavia Praha (20:00)
— Granada v Manchester United (20:00)
— Ajax v Roma (20:00)
— Dinamo Zagreb v Villareal (20:00)

The quarter-final of the UEFA Europa League is upon us with clashes like Ajax v Roma set to entertain the footballing world. In this article, you’ll find out how to watch today’s Europa League fixtures from your smartphone or PC.

 

As a football fan or depending on your work schedule, you may not be able to get in front of a TV in time for the matches. So you’ll need to find an alternative and that’s where your phone or PC comes in handy.

 

So what if it’s too dark and you cannot go out to watch the matches or for some reason, you are not near a TV? These methods will help you catch the matches with minimal fuss.

 

All you need is an internet connection, sufficient charge on your smartphone and you are ready.

How to watch today’s Europa League Quater Final Games on your smartphone:

1. Use VPN to change your IP Address

 

Download and install a free VPN on your phone or computer. While there are paid ones, you can get free ones that work well as well. Next, connect to a VPN server in the country that airs the Europa League match for citizens. You can use this to watch matches on online streams available for only people in the location.

 

This option may seem a little technical, but there are easier ones.

 

2. Watch La Liga live on Twitter

 

This option is very easy to access. Just follow Twitter handles like, @FBSkill @Top5vid, @BRGoals or @goalstv3, and just minutes before the Europa League fixtures kick-off, you will see the link posted on the handles’ timeline.

 

While this Live stream may be limited by the broadcaster’s network, it works in many locations around the world. You also get new links once an old one encounters issues.

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3. Go to LiveTV.ru

 

Using this website provides links to watch live matches. It is also accessible almost everywhere. About minutes before the match kicks off, the broadcaster posts a link to follow it live from your devices.

 

4. Go to Reddit’s soccer page

 

Access the link above and watch live UEFA Europa League fixtures from your smartphone. While some are restricted, some are easily accessible. If you need to access a link that is restricted in your area, you can use a VPN to overcome this obstacle.

 

5. Watch on Time4TV.net

 

This website allows visitors to watch many TV stations for free. You can watch Sky Network, BT Sports, Sony Network, Star Network, Fox Network, ESPN, MU TV, NFL Network, MLB Network, WWE Network, NBA TV, and so on. Some of these stations usually air Europa League fixtures.

 

6. Watch via Hesgoal.com

This site displays a list of the matches from streams found around the internet, so all you need to do is click on a match you want to watch and keep watching

 

Don’t miss a minute of today’s clash between these knock-out fixtures.

 

 

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