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TL;DR: You can watch Euro 2020 from anywhere in the world with a VPN, and we’ve found the best deals to help you save on streaming.
We all know by now that it’s coming home. It’s obvious. We’ve seen enough from England to say without a shadow of doubt that it is indeed coming home in 2021, so it’s time to make plans to watch all of the remaining games.
You don’t need to worry if you’re home for the rest of the tournament, but what if you’re travelling during the final stages of Euro 2020? If you’re out of the country, you might not be able to access the BBC iPlayer or ITV Hub. That’s a reason to worry.
You could rely on a dodgy stream that throws even dodgier adverts your way, or you could bypass content restrictions to watch the games on the BBC iPlayer or ITV Hub from abroad. To do this, all you need is a VPN. These services hide your real IP address and connect you to a server in the UK, meaning you can trick these streaming sites into thinking you are sat in the comfort of your own home.
We’ve lined up a selection of the best VPNs for watching Euro 2020, with the best deals available right now:
Private Internet Access — £2.19 per month for a two-year plan with two months free (30-day money-back guarantee)
Private Internet Access offers an absolutely massive network of servers based all over the world, which is really useful for streaming.
ExpressVPN — £4.85 per month for a one-year plan with three months free (30-day money-back guarantee)
ExpressVPN is super fast and probably the best at unblocking streaming sites. It’s not the cheapest option, but that’s the price you pay for reliability.
NordVPN — £3.05 per month for a two-year plan (30-day money-back guarantee)
NordVPN is a strong option for unlocking streaming sites, but it shines when it comes to security and privacy.
CyberGhost VPN — £1.75 per month for a one-year plan with three months free (45-day money-back guarantee)
CyberGhost VPN offers decent speeds, a massive network of servers, and a slick interface. Where’s the catch. There isn’t one. CyberGhost VPN doesn’t really have weakness.
PureVPN — £2.55 per month for a two-year plan (31-day money-back guarantee)
PureVPN sometimes delivers sketchy connection speeds, but subscribers still get plenty of advanced features at a low price. Customer service is also great, which is useful for VPN newbies.
Surfshark — £1.76 per month for a two-year plan (30-day money-back guarantee)
Surfshark has already made a big impression with absolutely loads of impressive features and an unlimited number of connections with the same plan. This is really useful for large households with a lot of devices.