The 2018 FIFA World Cup is still some time away but eager fans are already wondering how they can watch every match. Unfortunately, most people have to pay for expensive TV subscriptions in order to get access to World Cup matches. Even then, they might not even be able to access every match.
So what’s the solution? A VPN, of course.
How can a VPN help you with watching World Cup Matches?
Despite the fact that Europeans think that the US is not that interested into “soccer”, as people in the states might refer to it, the truth is that the sport is very popular around the world. And as such, some of the best subscription services in the world are actually US-based.
Since these services will not normally let you sign up unless you are located in the US, a VPN can help you trick them and gain access to their sports content.
In case you are wondering which channels will broadcast the 2018 World Cup matches, check out Wikipedia’s handy list.
Using a VPN to subscribe to sports services around the world
The first step, as always, is to get yourself a VPN. There are plenty of them to choose from, but our favorite ones are below:
Now, once you have selected a VPN, the process is relatively simple:
- Find a service you like, such as fuboTV or Sling TV.
- Set your VPN to a US server.
- Sign up and pay for the service (or use their free trials!)
That’s pretty much all you have to do.
Who do you think will win the 2018 World Cup in Russia? Share your predictions with us in the comments!