Do you live outside of the UK? Do you love Premiership football? You can unblock and stream as many soccer games as you like this holiday season with a UK Premiership VPN!
Streaming Premiership football matches from outside of the UK is extremely easy - if you have a VPN!
A VPN (Virtual Private Network) allows you to access geo-restricted online soccer streams that are usually blocked where you live. The only requirement for streaming Premiership football this Christmas is a fast VPN that can stream in HD. Let’s get started...
How to watch Premiership football
- Choose a VPN provider from our best VPN services list. If you are in a hurry I recommend NordVPN because it has everything you need to enjoy the footie.
- Connect to a VPN server located within the UK (this will give you the UK IP address you need to stream the soccer).
- Navigate to SkySports UK or NowTV to pay for temporary access to the UK's Sky Sports. (NowTV sells day, week, or month passes to SkySports).
- If you need help with finding a payment method that works, check out our guide on using a virtual debit card. However, NowTV sells gift cards online via Currys - so you should be able to sign up with no problems.
- Now that you have a NowTV subscription, all you need to do is remember to connect to a UK VPN server every time you want to watch the football online!
How to stream Premiership this Christmas
Stream Premiership on Sky Sports
Most of the 16 football matches showing over the Christmas period will be available live on Sky Sports. If you already have a Sky Sports subscription - but will be outside of the UK for some reason visiting family, or on a Christmas vacation - you can use a VPN to pretend to be in the UK. As soon as you connect to a VPN server in the UK, you can log in to your regular Sky Sports account to watch the premiership as if you were back at home.
If you don't have a subscription, we recommend NowTV...
Watch Premiership online with NowTV
NowTV sells access to Sky Sports UK. The great thing about NowTV is that you can purchase either a day, week, or monthly pass. That means you can pay to watch as much (or as little) football as you like. What is also awesome about NowTV is that it is possible to buy gift vouchers online. That means you can gain access without the need of a UK-registered credit or debit card.
NowTV starts at just £7.99 for a day pass. Prices for a monthly subscription cost a very reasonable £33.99 - this gives you access to 10 channels. The good news is that it is also possible to buy a "Mobile Month Pass" for just £5.99 - this gives you access to four Sky Sports UK channels on one mobile device.
Stream Premiership Online: FAQs
How does a VPN allow me to live stream Premiership football?
A VPN permits you to pretend to be in a different country. As soon as you connect to a VPN server your real location (no matter where it might be) is concealed. A VPN service can provide you with an IP address in any part of the world. By connecting to a server in the UK - you appear to be a regular British footie fan!
Premiership football match fixture list: Christmas 2018
Football fans are in for a treat during the Holidays with 16 matches to watch in just under two weeks. Here is a full schedule of the matches you can enjoy on NowTV/Sky Sports:
- Friday 21 December: Wolverhampton Wanderers vs. Liverpool (8pm, live on Sky Sports)
- Saturday 22 December: Arsenal vs. Burnley (12.30pm, live on Sky Sports); Cardiff City vs. Manchester United (5.30pm, live on BT Sport)
- Sunday 23 December: Everton vs. Tottenham Hotspur (4pm, live on Sky Sports)
- Wednesday 26 December: Fulham vs. Wolverhampton Wanderers (12.30pm, live on Sky Sports); Brighton and Hove Albion vs. Arsenal (5.15pm, live on Sky Sports); Watford vs. Chelsea (7.30pm, live on Sky Sports)
- Thursday 27 December: Southampton vs. West Ham United (7.45pm, live on Sky Sports)
- Friday 29 December: Liverpool vs. Arsenal (5.30pm, live on BT Sport)
- Sunday 30 December: Crystal Palace vs. Chelsea (12pm, live on Sky Sports); Southampton vs. Manchester City (2.15pm, live on Sky Sports); Manchester United vs. Bournemouth (4.30pm, live on Sky Sports)
- Tuesday 1 January 2019: Everton vs. Leicester City (12.30pm, live on Sky Sports); Cardiff City vs. Tottenham Hotspur (5.30pm, live on Sky Sports)
- Wednesday 2 January: Newcastle United vs. Manchester United (8pm, live on Sky Sports)
- Thursday 3 January: Manchester City vs. Liverpool (8pm, live on Sky Sports)
Premiership fans from around the world can use a VPN to easily bypass geo-restrictions and stream the matches. Let us know in the comments below if you have any questions about how to use a VPN to watch the football!
ProPrivacy.com does not condone copyright infringement. While we are aware that VPNs can be used to spoof your location to another country, and thus overcome geo-restrictions, their primary purpose is to provide you with online security and privacy. First and foremost, this is why we recommend using a VPN.