There are fewer left for the first Sevillian derby of the 2020/2021 season. This year, luck has decided it will fall in the 17th round of the first round, which means it will be decisive for both teams.
Who will win the next Sevillian derby? If you can’t attend such an exciting sporting event (likely with COVID in between), follow the game live from your TV or on diffusion with one of the options that we list in this article.
When and where is the Sevillian League 2020/2021 derby played?
The first Sevillian derby of La Liga 2020/2021 will be played on Matchday 17, which will take place next Saturday January 2, 2021 from 4:15 p.m. It will be played in the Benito Villamarín Stadium.
The people called for this match are unknown at the moment, but it is expected that Manuel Pellegrini will have captain Joaquín Sánchez and defender Marc Bartra. Sevilla, for its part, would have captain Jesús Navas and striker Munir El Haddadi.
How to watch the Sevillian League Derby 2020/2021 on TV
It is already known that the first Real Betis-Sevilla of the season will not be able to be followed live on free TV, which means that you must have a paid service broadcast by the Movistar LaLiga channel.
As we explain in our tutorial on how to watch La Liga 2020/2021, this channel is included in both Movistar + and Orange TV.
How to watch the Sevillian League Derby 2020/2021 streaming
You may be on vacation and want to watch the game from your computer, smartphone O Tablet. Don’t worry because you can do it perfectly from the platforms online of Movistar or Orange as long as you have contracted them.
If you are outside of Europe, you may have problems reproducing this service, so we recommend that you access it with a Red VPN installed on your device.
You also have the option to follow the game from any of the channel aggregators that you can easily find on Google, such as
How to watch the Sevillian League Derby 2020/2021 in Latin America
Those who want to follow the thrilling Sevillian Derby from Latin America should use one of the options announced in the previous section and make sure that a VPN is installed on their device.
At PCWorld Europe, we particularly like the free TunnelBearAlthough if your data limit is not enough, you can still use the paid VPN NordVPN. This will keep your connection private and you will be able to access any restricted content in your region.