How to view and download DAZN on Smart TV

  • By: Bhumika
  • Date: April 8, 2022
  • Time to read: 5 min.

DAZN is among the most sought after applications downloaded by users on devices such as tablets, smartphones and computers. In fact, the app immediately attracted great interest among football fans , who saw the real and concrete possibility of following Serie A and Serie B football matches in comfort. However, in the first period a series of discontents followed one another which were then appeased thanks to an effective improvement of the transmissions.

To date, therefore, DAZN is considered the main app thanks to which you can follow the most popular sporting events . Thanks to the success achieved over time, the application has also become available for Smart TVs , the latest generation smart televisions. In this guide, therefore, we are going to see how you can download DAZN on your Smart TV.

DAZN: sporting events and subscription

First of all, even before starting to talk about the actual download of the application, it is important to underline how and what content it is possible to view thanks to DAZN. Just like for Netflix, the sports app also allows a free trial month and, if you wish to continue using it, you need to make a monthly subscription costing 9.99 euros. However, Mediaset Premium subscribers have the opportunity to use the contents offered by the application completely free of charge, at no additional cost.

As for the contents offered, however, despite being primarily used for watching football matches , DAZN offers a rather consistent range of offers also for other sports. In any case, thanks to the subscription with DAZN, you have the opportunity to follow the matches of Serie A , Serie B , Serie D, Liga, Ligue 1, Ligue 2 and many others. In fact, this is not the place to go into the details of the contents, but football lovers are more than satisfied with the contents offered by the app.


How to download DAZN on Smart TV

The path to be followed to download the application is very simple and intuitive, regardless of the brand of your Smart TV. In this regard, however, it is important to be aware of the operating systems and Smart TV models that support the app , otherwise you risk running into useless problems and wasting time. To simplify things, through the list below, you have the opportunity to check if your television is one of the models that allow the viewing of DAZN contents:

  • Sony Smart TV
  • Samsung Smart Tv
  • Panasonic Smart TV
  • LG Smart TV
  • Google Chromecast
  • Apple TV
  • Android TV
  • Amazon Fire TV Stick

In any case, although each Smart TV brand has a different operating system, the process can be defined almost identical in each case. Whether it’s Android, Tizen or WebOS, the first step is to go to the Smart Hub section  in the case of Samsung, rather than the App Store , in the case of Apple, and go in search of the application.

Once identified, you will be able to read all the main features , such as language, size and the latest updates. Subsequently, by pressing the OK button on the remote control, the download of DAZN on the Smart TV will begin. Alternatively, thanks to the search lens positioned on the screen, it is also possible to write the name of the app directly in the space provided, in order to find it without great difficulty.

If the television is not Smart, it is still possible to use two keys that allow connection to the Internet. The first, Chromecast , is a key produced by Google that allows the transmission of its contents from the smartphone to the television through its insertion into the HDMI port. In this way, having the DAZN application on your device -Android or iOS-, you have the possibility to use the application on the big screen. In order to avoid some complications, a good advice is to connect the device in question to the same wifi network as the Chromecast key.

The second stick, the  Amazon Fire TV Stick , works a little differently. In fact, this is completely autonomous, has its own remote control and the FireOS operating system based on Android. In this way, therefore, it is possible, by inserting it into the HDMI port of the TV, to install and use all the applications contained within it. Among these, there is also DAZN which, once identified, will start broadcasting sports content. To conclude, these are the only ways by which it is possible to download and use the contents available to the application.


How to use DAZN on Smart TV

Once the DAZN application has been downloaded, all that remains is to start it and start using it. First of all, the first step you need to take is to log in with an existing account or create a new one. In the first case, simply enter your credentials – email and password – and log in with your profile. In the second case, all you have to do is click on the entry Start your month for free , and fill in the fields relating to the name, surname, email and password.

 

Subsequently, although there is a trial period, it is still necessary to enter the data relating to the credit card with which the payment will be made starting from the following month, which we would like to emphasize is not absolutely mandatory. Thanks to these simple steps, which allow access to the app, you can say that DAZN has been configured on the Smart TV. Once inside your profile, all you have to do is use the directional arrows to move between the various contents. Furthermore, the application has some items that help its navigation more.

First, the Calendar function lists all the sporting events that DAZN will broadcast today, offering a clear and intuitive mirror of its daily content. Secondly, the tab titled Sport differentiates sporting events according to sport categories, making navigation even easier. Finally, you can carry out a more specific search thanks to the search bar , and find your favorite content in the blink of an eye. Once you have identified the content to watch, all you have to do is press the OK button on the remote control and start watching it.

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