There has never been more football on TV than there is right now. Long gone are the days when all football fans had to look forward to on the box was match of the day and the odd live FA Cup game if you were lucky. Now you can watch a few Premier League matches on TV each and every week and then there’s the Champions League, Europa League, FA and Carling Cups and internationals. Hardly a week goes by when there isn’t any football on TV, and even in pre-season there are friendlies for you to feast your eyes on.
There hasn’t just been an increase in the quantity of football on TV either, as the quality has also gone through the roof. Mainly thanks to the efforts of Sky, watching football at home now really is a great experience. The armchair football fan has never had life so good, as matches can be watched in High Definition, ข่าวบอล while the introduction of 3D TV to the home will take the viewing experience one step further.
Even though there are a lot of football matches on TV these days, you have no excuse to miss any of them as you can access viewing guides online. This means that you can pencil in matches that you simply have to watch well in advance, and if something does come up then you can record them and watch them later. Match of the Day is still going strong as well, so make sure that when you get in from the pub that you stick the TV on and watch the highlights of the weekend’s Premier League action.
With all the football on TV you could be forgiven for not venturing out of the house too often. However, going to football matches is still a great experience and when you do go make sure that you have bought new football shirts for you and the family so that you fit right in! Then when you’re watching footy at home you can really get into the spirit and put your shirt on and hopefully cheer your team to victory from your sofa.
As well as live matches and highlights, on the Sports News channels on TV you can get the breaking stories from your club, so that if you’re a Hammers fan you can get all the West Ham news you’ll ever need. This means that when you do settle down to watch the big match, you’ll know just what’s been going on at your club, and therefore whether you should be optimistic or pessimistic about the next 90 minutes!