Question on Streaming Sites

Submitted by Impact_Panda on November 23rd, 2016 at 10:23 AM

I have a friend who lives in Denmark. While he was in Michigan, I got him to follow football a little. Now that he's back in Europe, he tracks the scores of Michigan games but doesn't watch them. He wants to watch The Game this Saturday, but we don't know of any decent sites for streaming college football. The internet is a vast place--does anyone know of a good streaming site to watch The Game in Copenhagen?

EDIT: Thanks for your help, everyone! Happy Thanksgiving eve.



November 23rd, 2016 at 10:59 AM ^

Yup, that's the best place by far. Game thread will go up on game day and links will start getting posted.

If you're lucky, someone will post a high quality VLC or Acestream feed. If you haven't used VLC or Acestream for sports feeds before, read up on it, download the players, and test it out a couple times so you're ready.

And, of course, if you use browser feeds, have your ad-blocker running.


November 23rd, 2016 at 10:52 AM ^

I would strongly recommend just investing in a VPN. If you look around you can find deals on getting 1 year of service for less than $50. I got a lifetime subscription to one and have already been able to catch games in Sydney and London this year, and I'll be in Paris for the big ten championship game. It's been a life saver


November 23rd, 2016 at 10:56 AM ^

If he wants a really good picture with no ads nor other distractions go with ESPN player.

The College Game Pass costs 22 euros for the whole month which also gives you most bowl games and lots of college basketball.

I have lived in Ibiza Spain for 20 years and never miss a game... but when they are not on ESPN or ABC I have to use the free streaming sites mentioned above... and they are far inferior.



November 23rd, 2016 at 11:21 AM ^

use a VPN or browser extension like Hola to make it appear as if he's in the states then just use Watch ESPN. Hola is also a great way to get around region blockouts with Watch ESPN, I'm sure there are others but that one is simple and I like it. 

Plenty of sites already mentioned, as opposed to stream2watch or firstrow I greatly prefer - they have fewer pop ups and usually link to the same source feeds the others use. They have deidcated streaming channels for most major US sports channels so it's easy to just pick ESPN usa and get the direct ESPN feed. 


Adblock is a must for all options.