Watch Match of the Day Live Abroad

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Football isn’t a game, it’s a way of life. We’ve all been there… walking around an unknown town overseas, looking for that one bar (probably Irish) that’s showing an all important game taking place in the UK. Wouldn’t it be so much easier if you could just stream good old Match of the Day Live on your computer or catch up on the highlights of all the games taking place on Match of the Day? You’ve come to the right place! In this article, we’ll explore how catching up with the latest football results on BBC iPlayer outside the UK can become a reality for you, your tired feet and weary soul.

We’re going to look at how you can catch up with all the latest football results on Match of the Day Live on BBC iPlayer from anywhere in the world. You’ll never have to worry if your holiday or time out of the UK conflicts with important match days again!

Football wouldn’t be football with a weekly catch-up and review with Match of the Day on a Saturday night. Having been aired on the BBC for more than fifty years (since 1964!) and with legendary Gary Linekar as the longest standing host (he’s been doing this since 1999!), Match of the Day has become a weekend standard for many families throughout the Premier League season. Each season, Linekar is supported in his review and punditry by a collection of analysts, with the 2019-2020 season seeing support from Jermaine Jenas, Danny Murphy, Alan Shearer, and Ian Wright.

If your team is playing while you’re out of the UK and you’re not able to locate a bar or other venue showing the game, your best alternative is to tune into Match of the Day Live and watch your team’s highlights (and maybe low-lights) via. BBC iPlayer.

You can even do this in real time when Match of the Day airs live football on BBC iPlayer! Even abroad! Now, there are a number of ways in which tuning in to Match of the Day Live could be an option for you, one of the most predominant one being the use of a VPN (a virtual private network), which will obscure your computer’s address and make it look like you’re in the UK whilst watching iPlayer. However, this option comes at a risk. VPNs are notorious for requiring a high level of technical skill to download safely without compromising your computer, not only this, but as they are downloaded directly to your harddrive, they take up precious space and therefore often slow the performance of your device as well as limiting streaming quality. Another, safer, more reliable, more accessible way to access Match of the Day Live abroad via. BBC iPlayer, is Beebs.

Say hello to Beebs

Beebs takes its inspiration from traditional VPNs, as in, it serves as a masking device, which scrambles your location and makes it appear as though your computer is connecting to iPlayer in the UK. What it doesn’t do however is download straight onto your device. Instead it is merely a simple Google Chrome add-on and is installed directly to your browser, enabling a more reliable, better quality service, meaning you can continue to follow your team no matter where you are.

Follow these three simple steps to Match of the Day Live

    1. Download Chrome Browser, if you're not already using it.

    2. Install Beebs, this nifty tool redirects all your BBC requests.

    The BBC iplayer will reload and begin to work, and you can watch Match of the Day from outside the UK.

Want to watch British TV from anywhere?

Simply install the Beebs extension

Get Beebs for Chrome

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