Saudi Pro League and Al Nassr FC live stream and how and where to watch online In UK, US and India

Saudi Pro League and Al Nassr FC live stream and how and where to watch online In UK, US and India

Here is why British fans won’t be able to witness Cristiano Ronaldo’s greatness as he joins Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr, know about the live stream in India

The former Manchester United player starts his new journey in the Middle East the with a contract that could earn him an incredible £177 million annually. As he moves ahead to new challenges after achieving everything in Europe, it seems the fans in the United Kingdom won’t be able to follow him there, have a look.

Saudi Pro League and Al Nassr FC matches live stream and how and where to watch online In UK, US and India

Cristiano Ronaldo’s career is entering a new era as he joins a league on a different continent, but his supporters in the UK might find it difficult to follow his new challenges.

This is because no UK network presently has a streaming or syndication agreement with the Saudi Pro League. The King Cup and Saudi Super Cup, two cup events in Saudi Arabia, have no broadcast agreements. The league is not shown on TV in India and the US as well.

Fans will have to sign up for Shahid to legally watch Ronaldo and the rest of the Saudi clubs in action.


The sports package, however, is not cheap and watching Saudi Arabian will set back subscribers $18 per month. There is an annual plan available for $160, which would save subscribers nearly $5 per month. Kickoff times for the Saudi Arabian Pro League are set for between 10AM and 1PM (ET).

Only OneFootball can broadcast the Champions League of the Asian Football Confederation. Eurosport can broadcast highlights, but live games are not currently available.

For Al-Nassr and Ronaldo supporters in the UK to see him play the following season, the club must finish first, second, or third to automatically qualify for the AFC Champions League or third for the AFCCL qualification phase. With 23 points, Al-Nassr is in second place in the Saudi Pro League, two points behind Al-Shabab. The nine-time Saudi winners, though, asserted that Ronaldo’s addition might alter how the world perceives their league.


Meanwhile, with his new deal with the Saudi Arabian club, Ronaldo would reportedly earn the most money of any footballer in the world, including all of his bonuses, according to the club, which called the agreement “history-making.” Earlier, it was Kylian Mbappe on top followed by teammate Lionel Messi.

On the other side, to quickly forget about Ronaldo, Manchester United supporters have passed along his well-known cry to rising talent Alejandro Garnacho. In a 3-0 victory over Nottingham Forest, Erik ten Hag’s team delighted the Old Trafford fans with goals from Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial, and Fred. The club’s first Premier League game following the departure of Ronaldo last month, the Portuguese star left United following his controversial interview with Piers Morgan and it all started from there.