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Easiest way to watch world cup at home?

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  1. #21

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    Some VPN’s have a 30 day trial. You can subscribe for 1-2 years, but can cancel within 30 days and get a full refund. Make sure the VPN is reputable.


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    Finally signed up for us youtube tv which includes fox sports 2 using a black Friday offer

    5 days free trial, 3 months for USD 55.

    Done through a vpn connected to Los Angeles

    Good value as far as I am concerned and I get to binge on a whole lot of other crap...

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  3. #23

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    I think a VPN and a little bit of web search will get you there. There are a ton of sites that have free streaming of any live sporting event. It's not legal for them to be doing it, but there's far too many for them all to be taken down. I grew tired of using all these streaming services to watch the sports I want to so I've been going this route for several years now with no problems.


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    worldcup dot soccerstreams dot net

    pro-tip: choose the not so popular links. The links with a lot of likes tend to get overloaded and buffers all the time.


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