How to watch Argentina vs England Rugby Union online anywhere

Argentina vs England Rugby

England face Argentina this Saturday in the International Rugby Union and if you’re outside the UK your viewing options are extremely limited.

In this guide we’ll show you the easy way to watch both tests from any country in the world not only in good quality but also with commentary in English.

Usually your options when you’re abroad or outside the UK are limited to dodgy and sketchy streams which are poor quality, illegal and likely to fill your computer, tablet or phone full of nasty viruses.

Just follow the instructions below to watch an official stream anywhere in the world.

Watch Argentina vs England Rugby Union online anywhere

The entire Argentina vs England Rugby Union International is being shown live online by the BBC on BBC iPlayer.

If you’re in the UK it’s simply a case of visiting the BBC iPlayer website.

If you’re outside the UK you’ll be blocked from watching but with something called a VPN you can watch from any country in the world.

A VPN is a piece of software for your computer or app for your tablet or phone that protects your online privacy and lets you change your online location.

Follow the instructions below to watch Argentina vs England:

  1. Visit the VPN provider IPVanish.
  2. Click Start Now and sign-up. (1-month will allow you to watch both tests)
  3. Download their software from the Apps area or mobile app from your app store.
  4. Install and run the software or app and log in when required.
  5. Select United Kingdom.
  6. Press Connect.
    IPVanish UK Server

    Windows software.

It takes around 15 to 30 seconds for the IPVanish software to connect.

Once it’s connected you will now appear in the UK even though you’re in France, Spain, US, Australia or anywhere else on the planet!

All you need to do now is visit the BBC iPlayer website at kick-off and you’ll be able to stream the entire rugby match on BBC Two.

As you have a 1-month VPN package you’ll also be able to watch the second test between Argentina and England which takes place on 17th June.

If you think it’ll be too hard take a look at our example video below on how easy it is to connect.

When is Argentina vs England

The first-test of Argentina vs England takes place on Saturday, 10th June 2017.

Coverage starts at 8 pm BST with kick-off at 8:15 pm. You should connect to your VPN at this time to stream the match.

Kick-off times around the world are:

  • France, Spain etc. – 9:15 pm
  • Argentina – 4:15 pm
  • NY, USA – 3:15 pm
  • California, USA – 12:15 pm
  • NSW, Australia – 5:15 am (11th June)
  • Auckland, NZ – 7:15 am (11th June)

The second-test takes place on Saturday, 17th June 2017 at the same time.

Argentina vs England

England will face Argentina in a two-test tour that starts at Estadio San Juan del Bicentenario, San Juan and ends in Estadio B.G. Estanislao López, Santa Fe.

England hasn’t been beaten by Argentina since 2009 so it should be an obvious outcome and with only 4 wins out of 20 for Argentina they’ve got an uphill struggle on their hands.

Four England players will get their first test starts this time around with teenager Tom Curry being one of the most notable.

Turning 19 between the two tests Curry is set to become the youngest player to start since the legend Jonny Wilkinson.

Coach Eddie Jones has selected a host of experienced players and thrown in some new blood to give England a little bit of passion.

Don’t forget you can watch the entire two tests by getting yourself a VPN and following the instructions earlier in this article.

Christopher Seward

Author: Christopher Seward

After 25 years of using the internet, Christopher launched one of the very first VPN comparison websites in 2013. An expert in the field his reviews, testing and knowledge have helped thousands of users get the correct VPN for their needs.

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