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Guide To Watching Champions League, Premiership And UEFA Cup Football Online


Step 4: Finding Channels Showing Games

sopcast3 Guide To Watching Champions League, Premiership And UEFA Cup Football OnlineOnce you’ve logged into SopCast ignore the ‘Home’ tab and click on the ‘Channels’ tab. The channels are grouped by category and sensibly ‘Sports Channels’ is listed at the top. As you will see if you get this far, there are dozens of Sports Channels listed. The numbers in brackets next to the name of each channel is the number of peers streaming the channel. Channels with more peers usually have a better stream.

To watch a channel is easy – just double-click it. However, it can sometimes take a minute or two for a stream to start, so if you pick the wrong channel 9 times you could miss 15 mins of a game.

What I do is use this the fantastic Football4less site. This sites lists up-to-date details of which channels are covering which football games. Nearly all channels are covered so using this site can save you a lot of time. All you have to do is either click on the football league or tournament you want to watch online, or the date of the football match that you want to watch. For instance this page lists all the channels that are showing football games online tonight, including the UEFA Cup games.

Once you’ve found the game you want to watch look for a SopCast icon next to a channel as this will tell you that the channel is available on SopCast. Find this channel in SopCast, double-click it and once it’s buffered the game (usually takes 30-45 seconds) the match will start. The video may be a bit jerky at first, but will improve within a minute as you connect to more peers.

Step 5: In-Game Options

The game can be watched in the small SopCast window. If you click on the small icon in the bottom-right hand corner this will let you watch the game in Windows Media Player, where you can resize the window. Or you can click the ‘FS’ which will open the video Full Screen.

You can also right click on the video window to access other options, including volume controls.

I hope you found this guide useful and in time to watch the game you were looking for! If you have any issues or want to add any other points, then please leave a comment below.

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15 Responses to Guide To Watching Champions League, Premiership And UEFA Cup Football Online

  1. Mac July 26, 2010 at 5:10 am #

    Wow thats really cool and great news for the EPL fans, i think this is really best to catch all the matches on line those who cant make to the stadiums and what better way it would be to watch on line,sounds great.

    sports

  2. Mac July 26, 2010 at 5:11 am #

    I love to had some more leagues on the online like of spaish and italian leagues as well

  3. premiership tickets August 28, 2010 at 2:43 am #

    hi,
    i like watch online champion league premiership.
    thanks

  4. Premiership Tickets September 29, 2010 at 1:32 am #

    hi,

    i like your guide lines and that are really works.

  5. Woohuaguo March 6, 2011 at 10:32 am #

    NOw no peer to connect damn… any ideas to watch free soccer?

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