Here are a few popular options....
- There are many websites out there that now stream every conceivable sporting event for free. It doesn’t matter if you want to watch The Masters or the NBA Playoffs, you can do so without having to pay a cent. These websites generate their income through pop-up ads, which can be a little annoying, but they sure beat handing over hundreds of dollars for pay per view events. Here is a list of some popular website that currently stream all major sports events. Your Android device will need to have Flash support in order to view these videos. If you own an older Android tablet or phone then you will need to download the Skyfire app which will allow you to watch Flash videos on your Android.
- Justin.tv is a website that allows anyone broadcast a live stream from their webcam, phone or TV tuner card for free. Some Justin.tv users broadcast live streams from their gardens or bedrooms but most tend to stream live sporting events and movies from their TV's. As a result, you can watch pretty much any game or competition from your PC or Android phone. The more popular the sporting event the more likely a stream will exist for it on Justin.tv, although it can sometimes be hard to get a connection during really popular games. Justin.tv is free to use so why not check it out at www.Justin.tv
- If would prefer not to use these illegal streaming websites then you could also try the TVUPlayer Android app that legally broadcast 100’s of TV stations from around the world. The downside to the TVUPlayer is that it tends to broadcast a lot of Asian and Middle Eastern channels so if you are looking for a Premier League soccer match or NBA playoff game you might be out of luck.
If you know of any other website or apps that allow Android users watch sports for free PLEASE let us know by leaving a comment below.