The Confederations Cup 2017 kicks off in Russia on Saturday, June 17th 2017 and if you want to watch all of the action live then we’ve got the details you need.
Not all countries will be showing the Confederations Cup and others like Australia will only be showing select matches such as the home nations games.
In this guide we’re going to show you how you can watch the entire Confederations Cup 2017 tournament from any country in the world.
Best of all the matches are streamed in English and on official streams so no dodgy pirate links here!
Watch the Confederations Cup 2017 live from any country
The entire Confederations Cup 2017 tournament is being shown live online in the UK by ITV.
If you’re in the UK you can simply head over to the ITV Player website and watch all the matches.
If you’re outside the UK you’ll be blocked from watching but with a simple tool called a VPN you can avoid that block and watch anywhere in the world.
Below we’ll show you just how easy it is.
How to watch the Confederations Cup 2017 online:
- Visit the IPVanish VPN website.
- Click the orange Start Now button.
- Select a subscription length – 1 month is enough to watch the entire tournament.
- Enter the required details and make payment.
- Click the Apps area of the IPVanish website and download the Windows or Mac software.
- Install the software, run it and login when required.
- In the bottom right-hand corner select United Kingdom (1.).
- Press Connect (2.).
- Once connected visit the ITV Player website.
You may need to sign up for a free account on the ITV Player website and enter a UK post code, a few you can try are B1 2HB, M11 3AA or LS18 4AA.
You can now click “Live TV” at the time of the matches and watch all the action live online.
When you’ve finished just disconnect and reconnect at any time.
The matches will be being split between ITV, ITV4 and ITV Sport. You can find a guide to the full schedule below.
Confederations Cup Schedule
|17th June 2017||Russia v New Zealand||16:00:00||ITV|
|18th June 2017||Portugal v Mexico||16:00:00||ITV|
|18th June 2017||Cameroon v Chile||19:00:00||ITV4|
|19th June 2017||Australia v Germany||16:00:00||ITV4|
|21st June 2017||Russia v Portugal||16:00:00||ITV4|
|21st June 2017||Mexico v New Zealand||19:00:00||ITV4|
|22nd June 2017||Cameroon v Australia||16:00:00||ITV4|
|22nd June 2017||Germany v Chile||19:00:00||ITV4|
|24th June 2017||Mexico v Russia||16:00:00||TBC|
|24th June 2017||New Zealand v Portugal||16:00:00||ITV4|
|25th June 2017||Germany v Cameroon||16:00:00||ITV|
|25th June 2017||Chile v Australia||16:00:00||ITV4|
|28th June 2017||Semi Final 1||19:00:00||TBC|
|29th June 2017||Semi Final 2||19:00:00||ITV|
|2nd July 2017||Final||19:00:00||TBC|
Confederations Cup details
The Confederations Cup is made up of 8 teams and will take place in Russia.
The Cup is held every 4 years, the year before the World Cup in the same nation as the World Cup will be.
This year it includes this year’s World Cup hosts, Russia. Euro 2016 winners, Portugal. OFC Nations Cup winners, New Zealand. CONCACAF winners, Mexico. World Cup winners, Germany. CONMEBOL winners, Chile. Asian Cup winners, Australia and the African Cup of Nations winners, Cameroon.
Germany who won the last World Cup is favourite to take the Confederations Cup but with some quality sides taking part it won’t be an easy ride for them.
Portugal and Chile will be the biggest challengers for the title with Australia and New Zealand the least likely.
Brazil currently hold the Confederations Cup title and have done so for the last three tournaments with a 4th win back in 1997. France hold two titles with Mexico the only team taking part this year who have won previously in 1999.
Don’t forget you can watch the entire tournament with a VPN service, just follow our step-by-step earlier in this guide or click the button below.