OneFootball available on smart TVs with own app

Last weekend, OneFootball launched on TV through its app on smart TVs. This includes Apple TV and Amazon FireStick. Now the rich content of OneFootball is available to fans. They can easily access some of the most diverse leagues without having to visit just the OneFootball website.

OneFootball has a wide range of live soccer content. For example, there is the Swiss Super League, the Danish Super League, the Polish Ekstraklasa, the Norwegian Eliteserien, the Icelandic top football, the Kazakhstan Professional Football League, the Latvian Optibet Virsliga, the Northern Ireland Premiership, the Slovak Fortuna league and the Italian Serie C. These leagues were acquired in association with ElevenSports. DAZN also acquired ElevenSports just two months ago.

The OneFootball app now on Smart TV

OneFootball’s league coverage is unmatched by the top five traditional leagues followed in the United States. The vast majority of casual football fans follow the Premier League, Bundesliga, LaLiga, Serie A or Ligue Un. None of them are available through the OneFootball app on smart TVs.

However, soccer fans outside of the United States have more options at their disposal with OneFootball. For example, Italians use the service to watch both the Portuguese Primeira and the Scottish Premiership. In South America, Brazilians use OneFootball to follow the Bundesliga. In addition, the main flights from Brazil and Argentina are available in selected countries through the service.

OneFootball also has a good relationship with the Asian Confederation. Therefore, coverage of the various competitions in that region are potential additions to OneFootball in the near future. The Asian Champions League is currently available through CBS and Paramount+.

Additionally, OneFootball has promised support for Android, LG and Samsung Smart TVs in the coming weeks. More easily accessible content is always a good thing. And it’s not limited to live soccer coverage. Browsing through the OneFootball website (and now the app) one will find a variety of interesting short soccer-oriented clips from around the world.

World Soccer Talk’s definitive streaming guide has the best information on which leagues and competitions are available through OneFootball. Now, you can download the eBook for free to refer to it anytime.

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