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Football (or soccer in the US) is not just one of the most popular sports globally. It is the most popular sport. In 2018, almost 3.3 billion viewers tuned in to watch FIFA World Cup, whereas the UEFA Champions League final being the most-watched annual sports event in the world, with 380 million people watching it live in 2018.


To put it into perspective, the Super Bowl, which is the highest sports event in America, has more than 200 million fewer viewers, with 102 million people tuning in for the 2020 edition. These stats prove that in terms of popularity, no other sport comes close to football.


Sure, it might not be as beloved as the NFL in the USA, but it's the unquestionable emperor of team sports in the rest of the world. Especially in Europe, South America, or Africa. And frankly, there's no other sport that comes with such a level of emotions and excitement involved in each game.


What's more, since it's so popular, TV stations battle against themselves for the broadcast rights. On the one hand, it makes it much easier to find the broadcast. On the other, it increases the costs of sports packages and live streaming services.


And considering how annoying and time consuming looking for a reliable live stream can be, it doesn't leave you with a window of opportunity. But what if we told you there's a way to watch any football game (and much more) you want at a relatively low price?


All you need to do is set up an account here, on Joker Live Stream. Our site covers every football league and tournament, allowing you to switch across different competitions. But Joker is much more than just football. On the website, you'll find any sport you like, as we cover everything from football to Formula One.


How to Live Stream Football


Thanks to Joker Live Stream, streaming football has never been more straightforward. All you need to do is create an account and pick the right subscription. It will take you less than a minute and give you access to any sports competition you can think of.


Once you're all set up, it's time to pick the right competition on the toolbar. After you select the competition that interests you, you'll find the list of available games. Click on the match you wish to watch, choose the streaming channel, and you're good to go.


All our streams are reliable and high-quality, allowing you to watch sports without any disruptions. You can even share your thoughts on the game with other users who've chosen our website as their source of live streaming.


And don't forget to check out our app. It's compatible with every system, including gaming consoles. Downloading it will allow you to live stream football matches wherever and whenever you want.


Competitions to Watch


One sure thing about football is that fans can't complain about the variety of competition they can watch. Each country has its leagues and cups, and there are also plenty of international and continental tournaments along the way.


There are some competitions, though, that every fan of the sport loves. You can call them the best of the best, as they're the most fierce, exciting, and intense football competitions in the world.


Premier League


English Premier League is the most famous football league in the world. Each season, millions of fans tune in every weekend to watch live some of the world's best teams, including Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea, or Arsenal.


The EPL is known for its high intensity, excitement, and probably the most loyal fanbase worldwide. Aside from the best, it's also the wealthiest league globally, with a $6.5 billion revenue, the most among the top five football leagues.


La Liga


Spanish La Liga is the second world's league in terms of popularity. It may not include as many great teams as the EPL, but it has something that the English league doesn't. The battle between the world's two most famous clubs - FC Barcelona and Real Madrid.


Each year, millions of football fans worldwide tune in to watch Barca and Madrid game live. El Classico (the name of the rivalry) is considered the world's most famous football rivalry, and when you look at the emotions involved, it's hard not to agree with this statement.




German Bundesliga might not be as popular as the Premier League or La Liga. It's also less competitive, with Bayern Munich dominating the league in the past few seasons. Nevertheless, the Bundesliga is improving much faster than the other top five leagues, and each year the quality of football is becoming higher.


The most significant advantage of the German league is the massive number of young and talented players. Each club has a fantastic academy, and their scouts are second to none. The names of Robert Lewandowski, Erik Haaland, Timo Werner, Joshua Kimmich, or Kevin Haavertz are the best proof for that.


UEFA Champions League


Creme de la creme of European football, UEFA Champions League (as the name suggests) involves only Europe's best teams. Every football player dreams of walking out on the pitch with the competition's anthem streaming through the stadium's speakers. Some even claim that they prefer winning the CL to raising the World Cup trophy.


The Champions League is played like a classic tournament. Thirty-two teams are divided into eight groups, with four teams per group competing against each other during the first stage. The top two of each group will proceed to the knockout stage.


Teams meet each other twice, home and away, throughout the whole tournament. The only exception is the final, which takes place on a neutral ground.


Interesting Football Facts and Records


1. Neymar Jr. became the world's most expensive player in 2017 when PSG set the world record fee of 222 million euros to buy him from FC Barcelona.


2. Arsenal is the only team that managed to go through the season undefeated in the top five football leagues. The Gunners managed to achieve that in the 2003/04 season, also claiming the title on their biggest rival ground (ouch!).


3. Lionel Messi holds the record for the most Golden Balls won - 6. The second is Cristiano Ronaldo with 5.


4. The first official football game was played in 1869 when McGill University played Yale.


5. Neil Armstrong wanted to take a football to the Moon. Unfortunately, NASA said no.