According to Bundesliga Fanatic, GOLTV will now be available in every home in America. As long as you have a computer. Which considering that's most likely how you're reading this article, I'd say you just almost hit the jackpot.
Per their report, GOLTV has reached a streaming agreement with Internet TV company KlowdTV (which if you go to their site, GOLTV is prominently featured first in their channel lineup) who offer 13 (yes, 13!) channels of online television on a monthly subscription platform. Even better, the streaming is in HD which is better quality then most American homes have access to for their GOLTV subscriptions. The KlowdTV service is based on options like SD/HD streaming and channel package combinations. A combination HD+Sports packages, which will get you GOLTV, comes out to $8.48 a month or basically one less Taco Bell run a month. Which in all likelihood is also probably cheaper then the extra part of your cable package that you never use but bought solely because you missed seeing Bastian Schweinsteiger perfectly shaped pectorals. KlowdTV also offers Chromecast integration and AppleTV apps for their services meaning some of you will be either seeking a purveyor of said services, or enjoying Bundesliga content from your couch via this service.
Considering Bayern Munich is almost always the first billing for GOLTV, this new agreement basically gives all of us unfettered access, for a relative pittance, to Bayern Munich games. But far from just being able to watch Bayern Munich, this gives access to the Friday game, the Saturday late game, and both Sunday matches. All in HD. Combined with the Saturday early game, which in most cases is Bayern Munich, we now have the opportunity to indulge in 10 hours of direct Bundesliga content each and every week. That doesn't count the preview shows, or the weekly programming, or the match replays throughout the week. And for GOLTV, the Bundesliga is just the beginning as they also have access to games in lower leagues throughout South America including Argentina (who hasn't always wanted to watch Boca Juniors-River Plate in HD?) and Europe including the Eredivise.
Goodbye, sweet eternally buffering pirated Internet streams, parting is such sweet sorrow.