How a VPN helps sports fans
Wherever you are, a VPN is essential for sports streaming.
If you’re traveling, whether overseas or just to a different TV market, connect to a VPN to access your favorite sports channels securely on any network. ExpressVPN sends your traffic through a private and encrypted tunnel, allowing you to watch and keeping your data safe from prying eyes while abroad.
If you’re watching at home, use a VPN to bypass ISP throttling. ExpressVPN makes your internet traffic more anonymous, so your ISP can’t identify and slow down your streams.
Whether you’re looking to stream football, tennis, boxing, or any other event, you can catch every second of the action with a VPN. Score!
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Top sports to stream
ExpressVPN has you covered with the top sports to stream each week! Here’s what events have caught our eye for the week of December 4:
NFL: Kansas City Chiefs vs. Buffalo Bills (Sunday, December 10, 4:25 p.m. ET / 9:25 p.m. GMT, NFL Game Pass International / CBS / Paramount Plus): Josh Allen and the Bills are in survival mode as the three-time defending AFC East champions desperately try to lock up a playoff berth. Can the Bills steal one from Patrick Mahomes and the rival Chiefs? Check out our NFL hub for a full Week 14 schedule, including a pivotal Sunday clash between the Cowboys and Eagles in Dallas.
Handball: World Women’s Handball Championship: (December 4-10, times vary, ESPN 3 / RTVE / ORF): The World Women’s Handball Championship continues with action across Europe this week. Which teams will survive and advance to next week’s quarterfinals?
NBA: In-Season Tournament (December 4, 7, and 9, times vary, NBA League Pass): The NBA’s inaugural in-season tournament comes to a close in Las Vegas. After numerous playoff failures, can Giannis Antetokounmpo, Damian Lillard, and the new-look Bucks prove this year’s squad can handle the pressure? Our NBA hub has more information on the week ahead.
Cricket: England Tour of West Indies (December 6 and 9, 1:30 p.m. local time / 5:30 p.m. GMT / 12:30 p.m. ET, ESPN+ / TNT Sport / Sky Sports NOW): Jos Buttler and England are headed to the West Indies to battle the Windies. Can England bounce back from its disappointing Cricket World Cup finish?