Love German soccer? Here’s how to watch Bundesliga with a VPN!

Last Updated: Mar 6, 2017 @ 11:11 am

Did you know that Germany’s won the World Cup four times? Or that German Bundesliga teams have won the Champions League (or European Cup) seven times?

The amazing thing about German football and the Bundesliga is that the teams are owned by fans instead of billionaires, which is probably why the Bundesliga has the highest attendances of any European league!

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Where to watch Bundesliga football 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 Bundesliga on Fox Soccer 2Go (USA)

American Fox Soccer 2Go has a big schedule of live Bundesliga games, and with a VPN you can subscribe and watch it all live.

Here’s how to watch Fox Soccer 2Go:

  1. Connect to a US ExpressVPN server.
  2. Sign in or sign up at
  3. Choose a match and 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.

Will RB Leipzig be the new Leicester City?

Defending champions Bayern Munich are back at the top of the table, but underdogs RB Leipzig had a sparkling start to the season, reigning at the peak of the standings until Bayern reclaimed their spot with a string of dominant performances. For all we know, the title race is far from over.

Will Leipzig do in the Bundesliga what Leicester City did in the Premier League during the 2015-2016 season? Is another chapter of sporting underdog history being written as we speak?

Share your predictions in the comments!

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