Watch Live Football Online
If you are looking for hassle-free viewing of Live Football Streaming, then Ole Ole Football is the place to be. With a strong user base of 32,000 members, we are the Internet's number one site for Live Online Football games. Everyday the number of registered members on or site keeps growing and this is no surprise because we offer the best service for watching Live Football Online.
Spanish Primera Division Live: Athletic Bilbao v Levante, Atletico Madrid v Real Mallorca, Espanyol v Barcelona, Getafe v Rayo Vallecano, Malaga v Deportivo La Coruna, Osasuna v Sevilla, Real Betis v Real Zaragoza, Real Sociedad v Real Madrid, Real Valladolid v Celta Vigo, Valencia v Granada.
Dutch Eredivisie Live: FC Utrecht v FC Twente.
Dutch Jupiler League Live: Roda JC Kerk v Sparta Rotterdam, FC Volendam v Go Ahead Eagles.
Scottish Cup Live: Hibernian v Celtic
Live Football Feeds are one of the most searched items on the Internet because people are fed up with ever increasing cable bills. Instead of grappling with confusing figures that never seem to make sense and hit your pocket hard, we recommend that you shift to Ole Ole Football in order to catch all the latest games in the world of football.
We cover all the top leagues across the world including the English Premier League, the Spanish La Liga, Italian Serie A, the German Bundesliga, Portuguese SuperLiga and the French Ligue 1 besides a host of other leagues. We also cover domestic cup competitions like FA Cup, Carling Cup, Scottish Cup and other European Cup competitions.
Top European club competitions like UEFA Champions League and the UEFA Cup are ion our priority list and we know fans will appreciate the high image quality and the clear sound that is very much a part of our service.
International events involving top teams like England, Brazil, Argentina, Japan, Portugal, Italy, Germany, France, Holland, Ukraine and Spain are also covered at Ole Ole Football.
German Bundesliga Live: Kaiserslautern v Hoffenheim.
English League Championship Live: Crystal Palace v Watford
Tuesday 28th May 2013
International Matches Live: Turkey v Latvia
Wednesday 29th May 2013
International Matches Live: Canada v Costa Rica, Qatar v Azerbaijan, Ecuador v Germany, England v Republic Of Ireland
Some of the leading clubs in action week in and week out at Ole Ole Football include Manchester United, Real Madrid, Chelsea, Arsenal, Aston Villa, Blackburn, Bolton, Rangers, Celtic, Charlton, Everton, Fulham, Inter Milan, Juventus, Liverpool, Man City, AC Milan, Newcastle, Portsmouth, Reading, Tottenham Hotspurs, Marseille, Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Valencia.
Conception of Ole Ole Football
At Ole Ole Football we recognize that you - the football fans - are the one thing that keeps the beautiful game going. Since 2005 we have facilitated uninterrupted football coverage for football fans across the world. We are also on the verge of launching a forum where fans can converse in a sensible manner about Football Feeds and Football Streaming.
The forums will be launched once we have set up our team of volunteers, but fear not, they will be ready soon. Using Ole Ole Football, users can not only Watch Live Football Online, but also catch up with all the latest Football Live Streaming and live commentary out there.
Live Streaming Football
Ten years ago the very concept of being able to ctach live football games on the Internet would have been unthinkable. The huge strides made in the field of science and technology as well as in the way the Internet is used have enabled streaming video to become a part of everyday activity online.
Live Streaming Football is an area where technology has made great strides. Where once you would be lucky to ctach up with the latest score of your favorite game, you can now watch it live right hereon Ole Ole Football.
Expensive cable or satellite fees have seen many people take recourse in the Internet as their main source to catch their favorite teams in action week in and week out. Whether it’s your favorite club or your favorite national team, we have made it possible for you to watch all games Live here at Ole Ole Football.
Live Streaming Football is being offered by many of our competitive copycat sites. However we are confident that our high quality pictures and sound as well as commentary and up to date scorecards will have you coming back here for more action.
Watch Live Football. The History Of Online Streaming
Conventionally two formats amely, unicast address (single sender-single receiver) or anycast address (single sender-nearest network receiver), are used to transmit data over the Internet. During a live broadcast, both these formats need to work simultaneously so as to trasmit a signal to users' computers.
That would mean millions of signals need to be generated when a particularly hot football game is in progress. Naturally this wuld jam the system and cause bloackage and interruptions, which are enough to spoil any football fan's mood.
In order to overcome this problem, a system called as multicasting came into effect. Under this system, there is a single sender, who sends out the signal that can be tapped at the same time by multiple users so as to ensure uninterrupted transmission.
The Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) supports all formats including multicasting thus enabling online streaming to proceed in a smooth manner.
The Birth of Multicasting
A Stanford University graduate student named Steve Deering conceived the concept of multicasting in the late 1980s. His doctorate dissertation titled, "Multicast Routing in a Datagram Network," forms the basis of the multicasting technology that is very much a part of Internet activities today.
His thesis touched on two protocols, namely IGMP (Internet Group Message Protocol) and DVMRP (Distance Vector Multicast Routing Protocol) that provided a solution used for seamless multicasting.
The problem of signal transmission was solved thanks to the concept of multicasting, but the question remained as to how the system could be practically implemented to ensure worldwide success. This question was answered by the implementation of the Multicast Backbone or MBone.
Traditionally Internet routers used in the 1990s supported unicast address. In order to get them to adapt to multicasting technology, several servers equipped with multicast routers (Mrouters) were connected in a mesh topology by placing them at specific locations in 1992. Typically a MBone comprises of a mix of Sun Sparc UNIX routers and Cisco routers.
These days multicasting protocol has been significantly refined and uses switches, data-plane processing, aging, timeouts, sizing RAM tables, CAM tables, and decoding protocols, etc so as to enable seamless transmission of Live pictures. That is a nutshell is how football fans worldwide can get their favorite matches on their screens live as the action happens.
Why Use Ole Ole
At Ole Ole Football, we ensure our members get full value for their money. By becoming a member, you are just a click away from all the live football action taking place in any corner of the world.
All you need to get started is a PC and an internet connection. The connection you have need not be a high-speed one although best quality is ensured on broadband connections. Even if you are using satellite hook-ups or a dial-up connection, live football can still be watched right here on your system.
Watch Live English Premiership
The English Premiership is one of the most popular leagues around the world. With the most watched club Manchester United continuing to occupy the premier spot in the roster of club teams around the world, the Premiership is one of the top football leagues in the world, as far as economics and star value are concerned.
Football is a fast paced, fun and exciting game that has spread rapidly across the world and is popular wherever you go. The English Premier League is at the pinnacle of all leagues around the globe. Twenty teams from all parts of England compete in the League for the prestigious crown of bring the Premiership winners.
Any team that finishes in the bottom three of the Premier League table is relegated to the Championship, where it will have to work hard in order to join the elite after one year. On the other hand the top two teams gain an automatic entry into the coveted UEFA Champions League, while the third and the fourth placed teams go through the qualifying phase.
The fifth and the sixth placed teams in the Premier League will go to the UEFA Cup. The English Premier league was founded in 1992 and has a chequered history. Only four teams have managed to win the Premiership so far namely Arsenal, Blackburn Rovers, Chelsea and Manchester United.
Among them Manchester United is the most successful club in the Premiership winning the coveted crown nine times. They are also the reigning champions. The Barclaycard English Premiership also happens to be the most watched event worldwide as far as television audience is concerned.
Ole Ole was conceived so that fans could watch Live Premiership football. Using your membership you can Watch Live Premiership football online on your PC and ensure you do not miss any important game being played by your favorite team.
Watch Live FA Cup
The FA Cup is the longest running and largest domestic competition in the English Football calendar. The FA Cup final has proved to be a thrilling event year after year with tense finishes and emotional farewells of top players and managers.
The FA Cup was established in 1871 and is the brain child of FA honorary secretary, Mr. Charles Allcock, who felt there was a need for a comprehensive competition for all clubs in England no matter how small or big thy might be. The only requirement to compete in the Cup was that the club had to belong to the Football Association.
The maiden FA Cup had 15 teams competing for the prestigious crown. It was won by the Wanderers, who defeated the Royal Engineers 1-0 in the finals. Some 2000 people watched the maiden final played at the Kensington Oval.
The FA Cup took a turn for the better when it had its own stadium in the form of the Wembley stadium, which was inaugurated by the Duke of York later to become King George the VI in 1922. Excepting for the war years, the FA Cup final has been a permanent fixture at the Wembley stadium until 2000. That year a new stadium was conceived, which was finally built last year.
The first FA Cup final at the new Wembley Stadium was played between Manchester United and Chelsea. The latter emerged winners.
Ole Ole Football provides comprehensive coverage of the FA Cup Live right here including all the news, views and comments.
Watch Live Carling Cup
The Carling Cup is a unique competition held in the English Football calendar that provides an opportunity for all football teams in the UK to compete on an even keel. Conceived by Allan Hardaker in 1960, Carling Cup has proved to be a lucrative competition for small teams from lower leagues that can be assured of large windfalls should they manage to progress beyond the initial rounds.
The Carling Cup competition is not without controversy. The top six Premier League teams refused to compete in the Cup saying the strain of playing extra matches with lower league teams was not worth the effort. But these matters were soon put aside when Rotherham United managed to get to the final of the first Carling Cup where they lost to Aston Villa.
Second division Norwich City caused even more upsets in the following year when they clinched the Carling Cup itself. By 1965 the League tournament was really gaining popularity and its stature was boosted by the entry of Chelsea, who were eventually beaten by Leicester City that year.
The 1967 Carling Cup final marked a turning point for the tournament with an unprecedented 90,000 people watching the game at the Wembley Stadium. In the initial years the biggest upset came when Swindon Town beat Arsenal 3-1.
Today the Carling Cup has become a big tournament and is considered equal to the FA Cup in importance. Top teams consider it as a consolation prize and a chance to collect some silverware at the end of the year. You can use your Ole Ole membership to Watch Live Carling Cup matches live online on your PC.