Use a Bundesliga VPN to watch German Football

Published: Apr 10, 2018

The Bundesliga is often overshadowed by the Premier League and the La Liga, but it would be a shame to miss out on Germany’s top domestic league.

With world class players like Robert Lewandowski and Christian Pulisic lighting up the scoreboards each weekend, Bundesliga football is a must-watch for lovers of the beautiful game.

Wondering how to get Bundesliga streams free? Use a VPN and find out!

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How a VPN helps you watch Bundesliga streams

A VPN, or virtual private network, swaps your IP address with the address from a location of your choice. 

This lets you watch the Bundesliga in the USA, the UK, or anywhere else.

The best part? A VPN will also never throttle your connection. So you can watch the Bundesliga in HD – the way it’s meant to be watched!

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See Bundesliga streaming options, including free streams, below!

How to stream Bundesliga football 2017-2018 with your VPN

It can be hard tracking down which Bundesliga broadcasters stream their coverage live online. But fret not, dear readers. All you need is a VPN and this trusty guide.

Stream live Champions League games on Fox Soccer Match Pass (U.S.)

Whether you live in the States or not, Fox Soccer Match Pass is the way to watch Bundesliga games. The best part? There’s a 7-Day Free Trial!

Here’s how to stream Fox Soccer safely from anywhere:

  1. Get ExpressVPN on your devices
  2. Connect to one of over 20 U.S. ExpressVPN servers.
  3. Head to
  4. Start watching!

Watch BT Sport’s Bundesliga coverage (UK)

Living in the UK? BT Sport has recently inked a deal to show live matches in the UK and Republic of Ireland until 2021.

Here’s how to watch Bundesliga on BT Sport with a VPN.

  1. Connect to a UK ExpressVPN server.
  2. Visit at and click ‘Watch live.’
  3. Start watching!

When to watch Bundesliga: August to May

Now you know how to watch German Bundesliga football with a VPN. When are the matches happening?

The Bundesliga season runs from mid-August to mid-May each year. The league also takes a winter break from mid-December to mid-January. The season usually ends around mid-May.

Games usually kick off at the following times:

  • Saturdays at 3.30pm and 6.30pm
  • Sundays at 3.30pm and 5.30pm
  • Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 8pm
  • Fridays at 8.30pm

All times are Central European Time (CET). Check listings for current fixtures.

Who’s winning the Torjägerkanone?

Welcome back Jupp Heynckes! In his fourth spell at the club, the retired Bayern Munich coach steps in to help the Bavarians clinch a sixth straight title!

And who expected Schalke 04 to be in the closing in on a second-placed finish? Die Königsblauen have quietly put together a solid campaign, highlighted by a 4:4 Revierderby comeback against rivals Dortmund. With Champions League qualification all but secured, will they finish the season strong and challenge Bayern for the throne next season?

Finally, can anyone catch up to Robert Lewandowski in the race for the Torjägerkanone? With Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang now in Arsenal colors, is there anyone left to match the Bayern man’s goalscoring feats?

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2 thoughts on “Bundesliga Football

  1. Hello,
    Your product is very interesting. With ExpressVPN, could I access the Bundesliga on a Sky Germany feed (meaning German commentary) vs using the Fox Sports feed with English commentary? Would I need to be a Sky Sports subscriber? Could I even do that if I am in Canada?

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