If you want to watch Vuelta a España in the UK or elsewhere in the world for free then this is the guide you need.
In this guide I'm going to show you the 5 simple steps how you can watch Vuelta a España in the UK or anywhere else in the world. You don't need any kind of cable subscription or pay for a pay-per-view stream. Best of all you can watch an official stream of the event so there are no sketchy websites involved either.
In the UK and many other countries the Vuelta a España or the Tour of Spain as it's also known is reserved for cable networks. If you don't have access to them then you could miss out watching.
Thankfully you can watch the live Australian stream which is completely free and all you'll need is a simple VPN app from a provider such as ExpressVPN. Below I'll show you how.
How to watch Vuelta a España for free
To watch Vuelta a España for free you'll need to tune into SBS Cycling Central which is the official Australian broadcaster of the event.
If you head over to their website directly and you're outside Australia you'll be blocked from watching. However by using a simple VPN app you can pretend you are in Australia and watch Vuelta a España in the UK or in fact any other country.
VPN apps are sold by hundreds of different companies but the three I recommend are:
I recommend you sign up for ExpressVPN because they're overall slightly better than the competition.
They've also got a 30-day money back guarantee so it's risk free. Plus if you sign up for an entire year you can get 3-months free which will save you around 49% off over paying monthly. This will let you watch a whole load of other cycling events free too.
Just select one of the services above and then follow the steps below which show you how to use the VPN service to watch Vuelta a España for free in the UK or elsewhere.
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How to use the VPN to watch Vuelta a España
Now that you've signed up for a VPN service you're probably wondering what to do next? Never fear because it's only going to take a few minutes to get set up for watching Vuelta a España.
I'm using ExpressVPN as my example in the steps below because they're my recommended provider but if you signed up for either IPVanish or NordVPN the process is almost identical.
The steps below start from signing up so if you've already signed up you can skip step 1.
How to watch Vuelta a España for free:
- Visit the ExpressVPN website, choose a subscription length and sign up for their service.
- Download their app from the ‘Products' section for your device.
- Open the app and login or activate it when required.
- Press Selected Location.
- Press All, Asia Pacific and then finally Australia.
- The app should automatically start to connect but if not press the Connect button.
- Visit the SBS Cycling Central website to watch live.
Now that you're connected to the VPN service you should visit the SBS Cycling Central website.
Here you'll be able to watch live coverage of the Vuelta a España from the comfort of your home in the UK or elsewhere in the world. It doesn't matter what country you're in, you'll be able to watch.
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When is the Vuelta a España shown
The Vuelta a España will kick off from 20th October 2020.
All 21 stages are being shown live on the SBS Cycling Central website so you'll be able to tune in and watch them all with your VPN service.
You can watch the Vuelta a España for free in the UK or any other country by getting yourself a VPN app.
A VPN allows you to watch the official stream from Australia on SBS Cycling Central which is free.
I recommend you use ExpressVPN. Not only are they slightly easier to use than the other providers but they've also got a 30-day money back guarantee. This means if you can't get it working then you can just get a refund.
It's also worth considering signing up for their 1-year package because you'll get 3-months free on top which saves you 49% off over paying on a monthly basis. This means you can use it to watch all the other cycling events free too.
Click the orange button below to visit the ExpressVPN website and sign up. Download their app and connect to Australia.
Then when you're connected head over to the SBS Cycling Central website where you can watch Vuelta a España anywhere in the world.
Who do you think will win this year's event? I would love to know your thoughts so why not let me know in the comments section below?
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