How to stream the Copa del Rey games with a VPN
So how do you use a VPN to keep your Internet data and privacy safe, all while streaming live soccer? Turns out it’s pretty simple. Just follow our guides to accessing some of the best Copa del Rey streaming options below.
Watch the Spanish Cup live on U.S. beIN Sports
In the U.S., beIN Sports streams live Copa del Rey games online. But if you want to access them securely, even when traveling abroad, a VPN’s what you need.
Just follow these three steps:
- Sign up for ExpressVPN
- Connect to one of more than 20 U.S. ExpressVPN servers.
- Head to www.beinsports.com/us/copa-del-rey, click ‘Watch Live’ and sign in. (A subscription is required.)
- Enjoy the games!
Watch live Spanish Cup football on UK Sky Sports
Britain’s Sky Sports shows every round of the Copa del Rey live online. With a VPN, you can stream the games while encrypting your data and hiding your IP.
Here’s how to watch in three easy steps:
- Get ExpressVPN
- Connect to a UK ExpressVPN server.
- Sign in at www.skysports.com/watch and click ‘Watch Sky Sports.’ (You’ll need a subscription or a NOW TV day pass.)
- Start watching!
When should you tune in for live Spanish Cup games?
La Copa was once the main national football competition in Spain, but now it plays second fiddle to the famous La Liga. That means fixtures are pretty erratic, as they’re squeezed in around La Liga games.
That said, many Spanish Cup games are played on Wednesday and Thursday nights (Spain/Central European Time). The final usually takes place in the third week of May. If you check the latest listings in advance, you can watch the games you want with your VPN.
Who will lift the Spanish Copa del Rey Cup this year?
If La Liga form is anything to go by, defending champs Barcelona are well on their way to a domestic double in year one under Ernesto Valverde. Can Zidane and the Galacticos catch up?
Of course, if you disagree, you can share your own predictions in the comments. And don’t forget to set up your VPN before the next round. We don’t want any more La Copa calamities!