How to use a VPN to watch Tour de France 2018 from anywhere in the world

Photo: Chris Froome and Team Sky celebrate winning the 2015 Tour de France. Photo: Mike Egerton/PA

This time of the year, Le Tour is France’s Wimbledon , a sport spectacle enjoyed by cycling or non-cycling audience taking place in some extraordinary french landscape. From the French Riviera to the  Pyrenees and the Alps, Le Tour is an iconic sport competition, usually held in July.

 

This Saturday The Tour de France begins in Noirmoutier-en-l’Îl and sets Champs-Elysees Paris as the finish line, July 29th on a Sunday, 22 days later.

 

This years favorite is champion Chris Froome, who already has 3 Tour de France wins under his belt on a mission to strike 5 wins in 6 years time span.

 

This years route is not the longest, but it sure is testing. Cycling teams will have to face alpine terrain or cobbled streets in the race for the trophy.

 

To watch the show from anywhere on the globe, you can set yourself up with a VPN service, that will only take you a few minutes to install and stream the games as they happen.

 

Here’s what you need to do:

 

  1. Download a VPN

You can go on MyIP.io and chose a VPN service that you can set up in minutes. The service is compatible with a great variety of devices and Oses and ranks among the fastest.

  1. Connect to the right server location

In this case, just head straight to the UK, since it’s your best bet for English subtitles.

  1. Go on TVPlayer.com or ITV4

You can see the whole race for free here, sign up is not necessary for live streaming. You will need however to first have point 1. (download a vpn ) in check, as you might get one of these screens.

 

 

How to live stream the Tour de France 2018 if you’re in UK

ITV4  will broadcast daily, covering the race for a total of 70 hours over the course of the 3 weeks of racing.  Eurosport too will cover the event and again  TVPlayer.com that we already mentioned above.

 

How to live stream the Tour de France 2018 if you’re in US

 

The official broadcaster in the US is NBC Sports. For extensive coverage you’ll need to sign up for a $49.99 “cycling pass” or if this option is a bit pricey for you you can always set yourself up with a VPN service for a short fraction of the price and browse the world wide web lika a british by getting a UK IP. MyIP.io has UK Ips so there’s plenty of fish in the water for this option and it comes at a considerably smaller price.

 

How to live stream the Tour de France 2018 if you’re in Australia

The official broadcaster for Australia is – free-to-air so you’ll be all set up. Hoever if you’re out of the country you can simply get an aussie IP with a MYIP.io VPN and stream everything as if you never left border.

 

How to live stream the Tour de France 2018 if you’re in Canada

Sportsnet will be covering the racing competition in Canada and if you don’t have that channel in your channel grid than you can get a $24.99 Sportsnet NOW subscription.  The free option here is also to go with a VPN service and simply head to UK servers.

 

How to live stream the Tour de France 2018 if you’re in New Zeeland  

Sky Sports will have coverage of Le Tour in NZ, but there is no live stream for cycling fans in this country. You too will have to use a VPN service an tune into TVPlayer.com for full coverage.

 

 

Watch the World Cup from anywhere in the world with this VPN

Photo Credit: Argentina player Daniel Passarella being carried aloft with the World Cup in 1978  theguardian.com

We are nine days into the Word Cup 2018 in Russia and it’s already almost over for Messi and Argentina. Croatia’s victory left Argentina close to being dropped out of the tournament,  while Messi’s dream to follow in the footsteps of Diego Maradona turned into a nightmare.

Today Brazil faces Costa Roca before Nigeria aim at Iceland and Serbia play with Switzerland.  England goes against Panama on Sunday in the second game of Group G.

There is still much to see and things could shift at any moment. If Argentina’s last resort is to rely on Nigeria to defeat or hold Iceland, they have a win to claim in the next week to regain stamina and hope.  

Right now Argentina has an infamous defeat to face and recover from. 90 minutes can change everything.

To watch the show from anywhere on the globe, you can set yourself up with a VPN service, that will only take you a few minutes to install and stream the games as they happen.


Here’s what you need to do:


1. Download a VPN
You can go on MyIP.io and chose a VPN service that you can set up in minutes. The service is compatible with a great variety of devices and Oses and ranks among the fastest.


2. Connect to the right server location
In this case, just head straight to the UK, you’ll find no restrictions what so ever for this year’s World Cup there.

3. Go on TVPlayer.com
You can see all the games for free here, sign up is not necessary for live streaming. You will need however to first have point 1. (download a vpn ) in check, as you might get one of these screens.

 

 

If you can’t watch the match as it happens and want to record it to catch it in your spare time, you can do that by paying a £5.99 monthly fee that will allow you to record up to 10 hours of TV.  There’s a 14-day free trial for this service, too, in case you just want to try it out.

Use a VPN to bypass any geo restrictions for this year’s World Cup that will culminate with an epic clash between 2 titans Ronaldo (Portugal) and Messi (Argentina).  With 2 career world cup goals in advance Messi is leading the game so far, but Ronaldo still has time to catch up, these are their highlights to this date:

 


Below you can check World Cup schedule of each:

Messi’s World Cup schedule:

Saturday, June 16: Argentina vs. Iceland, 9 a.m. ET

Thursday, June 21: Argentina vs. Croatia, 2 p.m. ET

Tuesday, June 26: Argentina vs. Nigeria, 2 p.m. ET

Ronaldo’s World Cup schedule:

Friday, June 15: vs. Spain at 2 p.m. ET,

Wednesday, June 20: vs. Iran at 2 p.m. ET,

Monday, June 25: vs. Morocco at 2 p.m. ET,

 

Be sure to check groups and schedules here:

Watch Portugal vs. Spain from anywhere Live with a VPN

How to live stream World Cup Games for free, Key players and Game Schedules

 

Photo Credit: Mike King for the Observer via theguardian.com

 

When it comes to Spain and Portugal facing this year’s World Cup duel is pretty hard to come up with clear predictions, as both  teams are equally seen as favorites.

Of all 36 occasions the two teams have met, the Portuguese national team claimed 8 wins and 12 draws, while suffering 18 defeats. This year, Spain goes agains the iberian rival Portugal with last minute changes to its management. Following their  erstwhile manager sacking, barely 48 hours before this big league occasion, the former World Champions are still expected to give a good show today in Russia.

To watch the show from anywhere on the globe, you can set yourself up with a VPN service, that will only take you a few minutes to install and stream the games as they happen.


Here’s what you need to do:


1. Download a VPN
You can go on MyIP.io and chose a VPN service that you can set up in minutes. The service is compatible with a great variety of devices and Oses and ranks among the fastest.


2. Connect to the right server location
In this case, just head straight to the UK, you’ll find no restrictions what so ever for this year’s World Cup there.

3. Go on TVPlayer.com
You can see all the games for free here, sign up is not necessary for live streaming. You will need however to first have point 1. (download a vpn ) in check, as you might get one of these screens.

 

 

If you can’t watch the match as it happens and want to record it to catch it in your spare time, you can do that by paying a £5.99 monthly fee that will allow you to record up to 10 hours of TV.  There’s a 14-day free trial for this service, too, in case you just want to try it out.

Use a VPN to bypass any geo restrictions for this year’s World Cup that will culminate with an epic clash between 2 titans Ronaldo (Portugal) and Messi (Argentina).  With 2 career world cup goals in advance Messi is leading the game so far, but Ronaldo still has time to catch up, these are their highlights to this date:

 


Below you can check World Cup schedule of each:

Messi’s World Cup schedule:

Saturday, June 16: Argentina vs. Iceland, 9 a.m. ET

Thursday, June 21: Argentina vs. Croatia, 2 p.m. ET

Tuesday, June 26: Argentina vs. Nigeria, 2 p.m. ET

Ronaldo’s World Cup schedule:

Friday, June 15: vs. Spain at 2 p.m. ET,

Wednesday, June 20: vs. Iran at 2 p.m. ET,

Monday, June 25: vs. Morocco at 2 p.m. ET,

 

Be sure to check groups and schedules here: