Last updated: 28.10.2023, 12:57 p.m.
By: Sascha More
On matchday 11 of the Spanish LaLiga, the Clasico between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid will take place. How to watch the match live on TV and stream.
Barcelona – The Spanish Clasico between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid will take place on Saturday, October 28, 2023, at 16:15 p.m. in Barcelona. We'll show you where and how to watch the game live on TV and live stream.
FC Barcelona vs Real Madrid: Clasico live on free-to-air TV?
- Unfortunately, the Bundesliga match between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid will not be broadcast live on free-to-air TV.
- The TV rights of LaLiga are currently held by the streaming provider DAZN.
FC Barcelona vs Real Madrid: Clasico live stream on DAZN
- The streaming provider DAZN will broadcast the LaLiga match between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid in a live stream.
- The broadcast of the match will start on Saturday, 28 October 2023, at 15:45 CET with the pre-match reports, with kick-off at 16:15 CEST.
- To watch DAZN, you need a subscription.
- DAZN app: For Apple devices in the iTunes store and for Android users in the Google Play Store
FC Barcelona vs Real Madrid: Who will win?
On matchday 11 of LaLiga, the first Clasico is on the agenda. FC Barcelona host Real Madrid at home and will be looking to overtake their eternal rivals in the table with a victory. Real are currently at the top with 25 points, followed by the surprise team of Girona and Barcelona, who have one point less on their account.
Man of the last few weeks at Real Madrid is Jude Bellingham, who arrived from Borussia Dortmund. The Englishman can imagine staying in the Spanish capital for a very long time. "This is the club I want to be at for the next 10 to 15 years of my life. I love it there. Carlo Ancelotti has already told me that he sees me in this position."
Real paid 103 million euros to BVB for the England international. "With this big transfer, the fact is that I have to deliver – whether that's goals, assists or other crucial performances," Bellingham recently told Channel 4. He has worked particularly on his play in the penalty area and on his goal threat.
Real Madrid are guests of FC Barcelona. © IMAGO/Oscar J. Barroso
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At the opponent from Barcelona, Marc Guiu is currently on everyone's lips. The 17-year-old scored the winning goal on his professional debut just 33 seconds after coming on to make it 1-0 against Athletic Bilbao. "I still can't believe it," said the much-celebrated young professional: "I can't even breathe properly now. I have to digest it all, but now I'm just enjoying the moment." In the Clasico, he wants to put the next exclamation mark. (smr)