The last few months have been difficult for everyone around the world, due to the coronavirus lockdown.
The sports industry suffered in particular, and if you’re a football fan, you’ll have been kicking stones waiting for the Premier League to return.
Now, however, the global pandemic seems to be subsiding, and things are slowly returning to normal, and that includes the return of the Premier League.
The best news is, quite a few of the remaining matches will be shown for free and below we’ll be showing you how you can watch them anywhere in the world.
Where to watch the games?
With the Premier League finally coming back and some games being shown for free there are many who can’t wait for the restart.
If that includes you, then you should know that you can watch the games on plenty of different places online.
Whether it is Pick TV, Amazon Prime, or BBC iPlayer, the games will be available for watching, after months of silence.
Unfortunately, if you are located outside of the UK, you won’t be able to access UK services, due to geo-restrictions.
However, by using a VPN app, you will be able to. A VPN is a special app that combines plenty of security, privacy, and anonymity features that allow you to hide your online location and appear to be located elsewhere.
I recommend using one of these three, but I’ll explain more about how to use them for each service below:
How to watch the games on the BBC?
If you wish to watch the games on the BBC without being in the UK at the time, you will need to use a VPN, as mentioned.
The process is effortless, and all you need to do is follow these few steps.
- Visit ExpressVPN or one of the other VPN providers listed above.
- Choose a payment plan and enter your payment details.
- Download their VPN app for the device you wish to watch the matches on.
- Install the app, launch it, and log into it either with your username and password or the supplied activation code.
- Then click the ‘Selected Location‘ button and find and click the ‘United Kingdom‘.
- At this point, you will be ready to access BBC iPlayer and enjoy every free to air game.
How to watch the games on Amazon?
If you are more interested in watching the games on Amazon, you should know that it is also straightforward.
Once again, follow these few steps in order to be able to watch from any country that doesn’t have access to the service:
- Pick a VPN such as ExpressVPN and sign up for their service.
- Pick one of their payment plans, remembering that their 12-month plan is cheapest and comes with three months free.
- Select which device you wish to watch on, and download an app for that device. You can do it from the VPN website or your usual app store.
- Install the app, launch it, log into it with your VPN credentials, and find a list of servers.
- Connect to the UK Amazon website.
- You might have to create an account, but you will not need a prime account to watch.
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How to watch the games on Pick TV?
Lastly, let’s talk about how you can watch the games on Pick TV. This option will be attractive to a lot of people, as this service shows the most games.
These games will also be shown on Sky Sports but you’ll need a paid subscription to watch on those channels.
You can get a completely free trial of Now TV allowing you to watch on Pick TV. Just follow the steps below:
- Pick a VPN, again, ExpressVPN is our recommendation.
- Download and install the VPN app for the device you wish to watch on.
- Log in to the app, and press Selected Server.
- Connect to any server in the UK.
- Go to Now TV and make an account taking their 7-day free trial.
- Once joined, select the Pick TV channel and enjoy the games live.
The football season is long overdue because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but the good news is that it is finally ready to return.
All you need to do to watch it is get a VPN and use the streaming services that are showing the games you want to watch.
Above are three different services where you can watch the games.
It’s worth noting that once you’ve signed up for ExpressVPN or one of the other services, then you’ll only need the one account to watch on the BBC, Amazon and Pick TV.
Now sit back, relax and get ready for some long-overdue free football.