unexpected turns. That can only mean one thing: the 2018 World Cup is just
around the corner. This year’s competition will be hosted in Russia and is
expected to be one of the most-watched events of the year. After Brazil’s epic
7-1 loss at the hands of Germany, it’ll be interesting to see whether they can
right one of soccer’s greatest upsets.
you connect to a server in a different city or country — thereby giving you
access to all the sites and services available in that area. For years, people
have used VPNs to bypass MLB and NHL blackouts by connecting to servers in
areas where games are being shown. Fortunately, you can also use them to access
regional World Cup streams around the world. Yup, no need to waste time looking
for bootleg (and potentially dangerous) streams online — you can actually use
a VPN to access legit free World Cup streams for anywhere in the world.
you access sites in different countries, a VPN actually masks your IP address
while assigning you a “virtual” one. This means everything you do online will
be anonymous and encrypted — as long as the VPN you’re using is private. An
easy way to check whether your VPN is anonymous or not is to see whether it’s a
free or paid service: paid VPN services usually host their own server networks,
which allows them to provide anonymous connections. Free VPNs, on the other
hand, usually run on public servers, meaning they’re often open and unsecured.
world cup with a VPN, we’ll focus on the top three options.
BBC’s ITV has full coverage of all 64 matches and arguably offers the best
all-around coverage in the world. What’s more, every match is free to stream
(as long as you’re in the UK, that is).
connect to a server location in the UK and access the ITV player instantly.
VPN to connect to an Australian server location and stream via The World Game
website. While this site naturally focuses on all Australian games, you can
also catch a lot of other matches, including a random “match of the day”
network, which gives you inside access to all 64 matches. The service is
usually $14 AUD a month, but you can sign up for 14-day free trial to catch as
many live games as you can. Be warned, though: you may need to set your alarm
as the start times may be a little off.
streams via FOX Sports. With access to every match, as well as
behind-the-scenes coverage, FOX is easily the go-to streaming service for
American coverage. Note that you’ll need to provide a valid US cable provider’s
information in order to stream, though you could probably use your
Dad’s/friend’s/neighbor’s login info if you agree to buy them dinner.
The Russia 2018 World Cup is scheduled to kick-start today with host (Russia) playing against Saudi Arabia 4:00pm Nigerian time. Take advantage of this live stream feature, and enjoy the fun that the World Cup brings. Meanwhile you can also opt to change your IP address manually. Here is a link containing 80 anonymous IP addresses you can choose from.
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