How to watch Barcelona vs. Mallorca: live stream La Liga football online from anywhere

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Following a three month hiatus due to the pandemic, Spain's La Liga football league is back and we have all the details on how you can watch Saturday's highly anticipated match between Barcelona and Mallorca.

The 2019-2020 season will pick up right where it left off with just 11 games left on the schedule for the rest of the season. Barcelona currently sits in top place in the standings followed closely by its long term rival Real Madrid. However, if Barcelona and its star player Lionel Messi can continue to play the way they did before the season was suspended, the team could end up earning its third successive league title this year.

Barcelona will travel to Palma de Mallorca this Saturday where it will take on RCD Mallorca at its home stadium. While Barcelona holds the top spot in La Liga with 18 wins and 5 losses this season, Mallorca currently holds the number 18 spot with 7 wins and 16 losses, so the team will certainly have its work cut out for it. There will also be no fans in attendance at Saturday's game which means Mallorca will lose out on the home field advantage.

Whether you're a Barcelona fan, a Mallorca fan or just want to tune in to see the return of La Liga this weekend, we'll show you how to watch Barcelona vs Mallorca on TV or online from anywhere in the world.

Barcelona vs. Mallorca: When and where?

Barcelona will take on Mallorca on Saturday, June 13 at the Iberostar Stadium in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. Kick-off is set for 4pm ET, 1pm PT, 9pm BST and 7am AEDT on Sunday if you're watching the match from Down Under.

How to watch the Barcelona vs. Mallorca from anywhere

We have all the details on how you can Barcelona vs. Mallorca in the U.S., Canada, UK and Australia further down in this guide. However, if you're currently traveling or live in a country without an official broadcast option you won't be able to watch the return of La Liga.

That's where a VPN (Virtual Private Network) can really come in handy. They allow you to virtually change the IP address of your laptop, tablet or mobile to one that's back in your home country which will let you watch as if you were back there.

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Live stream the Barcelona vs. Mallorca in the U.S.

La Liga fans in the US will be able to watch Barcelona vs Mallorca on BeIn Sports as the network has acquired the rights to show Spanish football until 2024. If you're already a BeIN Sports subscriber, you can also live stream the game online using the BeIN Sports Connect app.

While you can add BeIN Sports as a premium channel with many cable packages, you can also get access to the network through either FuboTV or SlingTV. FuboTV's Standard Plan will give you access to BeIN Sports for $54.99 per month but if you want a cheaper option, SlingTV's Sports Extra Package can be added to the either the service's Blue or Orange plans for an additional $10 a month, bringing your total cost to $40 per month.

BeIN Sports will show the Barcelona vs Mallorca match beginning at 4pm ET / 1pm PT on Saturday.

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Sign up for Sling TV and add the BeIN Sports Connect in order to keep up to date on all the La Liga matches happening!

Watch the Barcelona vs. Mallorca in Canada

Just like in the US, BeIN Sports is the official broadcaster of La Liga in Canada and the network will show the Barcelona vs Mallorca match at 4pm ET / 1pm PT.

If you're not a subscriber yet, you can sign up for BeIN Sports for $14.95 per month or save a bit by going with the annual pass for $164.95. However, if you don't want to subscribe to BeIN, then FuboTV will also give you access to its programming as it is the exclusive over-the-top provider for La Liga soccer coverage.

Live stream the Barcelona vs Mallorca in the UK for free

UK football fans can watch Barcelona vs Mallorca on Premier Sports as the network has secured the broadcast rights for La Liga until the end of the 2021/22 season. Normally a monthly subscription to Premier Sports would cost £11.99 per month on either Sky or Premier Player. However, to celebrate the return of La Liga, the network is giving those in the UK free access to its network either online or on TV until July 1st but you will have to enter the promo code BACKTOWIN when you sign up.

Premier Sports will show the Barcelona vs Mallorca match beginning at 9pm BST on Saturday.

How to watch the Barcelona vs Mallorca in Australia

If you live in Australia and want to watch Barcelona vs Mallorca, then you'll need to subscribe to BeIN Sports as the network has secured exclusive live coverage rights to La Liga this season.

Current Foxtel customers can add the network's programming to their current cable TV subscription for AUD $39 per month. However, Foxtel Now subscribers get a bit of a discount as it only costs AUD $29 per month to add BeIn Sports to the company's streaming service.

Alternatively, the over-the-top service Kayo Sports will also allow you to watch La Liga. It costs between $25 and $35 per month depending on which package you choose but there is a Free Trial available for new customers to test out the service for themselves.

Kick-off for Barcelona vs Mallorca is set for 7am AEDT on Sunday morning.

Anthony Spadafora