In this short tutorial you will learn how to use Google to find free streaming sites. Since free live streaming is not legal in some countries, we will not post links to any sites. Instead, we’ll show you how to use Google (the mighty Google, yes) to find sites that Google itself banned from search results. The process is very simple and we think it can take up to 5-10 minutes from here to finding a good streaming site. Let’s go!
Step 1 – Finding Websites
First, you need to search Google for some keywords like “your_league_of_interest free live streaming” – for example, “premier league free live streaming”.
Skip the results and go directly to the bottom of the page. You’ll see this (check below for Help if you don’t see it):
What this message tells you is that some pages were excluded from search results because Google received a legal order to do so. Ok, now click on “read the DMCA complaint” and continue below.
Step 2 – Extracting the websites
After clicking on “read the DMCA complaint”, you will be redirected to LumenDatabase.org, which is a legal site that simply provides a lot of information about allegedly illegal sites. See the irony? They can do it, we can’t, Google can’t show them in search results. It doesn’t matter anyway, because LumenDatabase.org has become the biggest online collection of sites who allegedly broke copyright. Good work, guys!
Now, on the page you have been redirected you’ll find the sites you are looking for:
You need to find the “ALLEGEDLY INFRINGING URLS” section and simply check each site to see if there are any streams available. Most of these sites have a huge fan base, so don’t worry, many of them are online and working just fine.
The only problem is that you don’t see them in search results. Well, until now.
Once you’ll find a good website, save it for later use. Some of them are online for more than 10 years and counting, but since nothing is 100% sure, you need to keep in touch.
Please note that not all the websites in the list have streams. You still need to manually check each one and select only the sites which provide good streams.
Step 3 – Using the Websites
At some point, you’ll find a number of sites that are good for you. Please remember that:
- A site might be blocked by your ISP (Internet Service Provider). Always use a VPN. Don’t use proxies, use VPNs because they can encrypt your internet traffic. You can choose a VPN from here, if you don’t have one.
- Try to use a good VPN with good encryption. Free VPNs often fail at this, among many other things.
- It’s recommended to have a good antivirus program. Free live streaming sites are full of ads, and some of the ads can harm your computer. It’s not mandatory, but it’s a good safety measure.
- Follow the first three steps. Always.
Help and Tips
I can’t see the DMCA message at the end of the results. What can I do?
Maybe your ISP is blocking this message. It happened in some countries. Unlock the Internet with a VPN and search again. Alternatively, you can use other keywords to search Google and find DMCA complaints, like “your_favourite_match free live streaming”.
You can also browse more Google pages, because DMCA complaints can be found on any search page, not just the first. Sometimes they appear in this form:
In this case, you need to click on “Complaint”. But I think you already got this point 😉
Many sites are not loading. Why is that?
Some of the websites can be offline. Some of them can be blocked by your ISP. Try again with a VPN (get the list of the best VPNs for streaming on HowToWatch.Me). You need to check many sites before you’ll find the best ones.
Is VPN really mandatory?
Not really, but I would never use a free streaming site without a VPN. A good VPN can encrypt all your Internet traffic, change your computer’s “location” from one country to another and also protect you from ads and viruses. You can get your VPNs from here.