Hang onto your hats soccer fans, from June 6th to July 5th, 2015 the FIFA Women’s World Cup will be payed in Canada.
If you’re trying to figure out how to watch the games live by steaming them online, you’re in luck. This guide will show you how to use this tool you can stream the women’s Wold Cup games form anywhere.
There are a ton of different websites where you can stream the games. Some are free sites and other’s either make you have a cable subscription or pay for their service.
Most of these sites, especially the free ones, are restricting access based on where you live. So for example, the BBC iPlayer is restricting access to people that live within the UK as seen below.
I’ve share the guide on how to get the BBC iPlayer in Canada (and around the world) before and by following those same steps using HMA as your special tool you’re able to stream the live Women’s World Cup games from wherever you are in the world.
Here is what you’ll be able to do after you connect to one of HMA’s servers in the United Kingdom:
The BBC iPlayer is just one of the places you can catch all of the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup action. Here is a more extensive list of website where you can watch the matches.
Where To Stream The 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup Games Online
- TSN (Canada)
- BBC iPlayer (UK)
- Eurosport Player (UK)
- Fox Soccer 2GO (USA)
- NBC Sports (USA)
- Fox Sports (USA)
- W9 (France)
- SBS (Australia)
- ZDF (Germany)
- ARD (Germany)
- Telemundo (USA – Spanish language programming)
- CNTV (China)
- PPLive (China)
- LeTV (China)
How To Stream The Women’s World Cup Games From Another Country
The problem with most of the online sites listed above is that you need to live there in order to stream the games.
Even if you could (really quickly) figure out how to immigrate to a new country, I’m not suggesting that you pack your bags and make the move just so you can watch these soccer games live.
What I am suggesting is that you virtually move to one of these countries by using am amazing piece of software that I call HMA.
HMA is a VPN provider which stands for virtual private network. What this technology allows you to do is connect to one of HMA’s secure and encrypted servers around the world and then use that server location as your new “starting point” for your internet connection.
Anything transferred between the VPN server and your computer is done inside a “tunnel”. Not only does this let you virtually reside in a different country, but it also helps keep you safe from hackers when you’re using WiFi.
The added security is a nice feature but the real victory is being able to virtually move your computer, smartphone and/or tablet to one of the 190 countries that HMA has a sever located in.
If you want to be able to stream the World Cup games from Germany, then log onto an HMA location in Germany. Want to stream from Canada? Easy peasy lemon squeezy, just connect to one of the location in Canada. Same goes for another country. You get the idea.
Don’t forget that there are more benefits to be able to virtually reside in the USA and other countries around the world as well. Once you add HMA to your “digital tool box”, you’ll be able to access content that isn’t usually available outside of the USA – like Pandora, Hulu, Hulu Plus, American version of Netflix and so much more.
I almost forgot to mention, probably because I don’t know why you’d ever want to cancel your HMA account, but HMA does come with a 30 day money back guarantee so it’s 100% risk free to try.