Watch Match of the Day (MOTD) Live Stream Abroad

Luke Riley
Watch Match of the Day (MOTD) Live Stream Abroad

Want to watch British TV from anywhere?

Simply install the Beebs extension

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Watch MOTD Online from Overseas

Football isn’t a game, it’s a way of life. We’ve all been there. Aimlessly walking around an unknown town overseas, looking for that one bar (probably Irish) that’s showing English football. More often than not, the search of a football pub yields poor results. Wouldn’t it be so much easier if you could just stream Match of the Day live on your computer in the comfort of your hotel so you can catch up on the highlights of the game?

No matter where you are in the world, Beebs is your ticket to streaming Match of the Day. Beebs utilises the best in VPN technology to access all of your favourite British channels. So once you've finished watching the highlights of the game on MOTD, you can watch whatever you want on the other video-on-demand services. And, there's even better news for football lovers. The BBC has acquired the rights to the Euro 2020 Football Championship as well as certain fixtures from the FA Cup.

Get your hands on Beebs and you’ll never have to worry if your holiday conflicts with important football matches again!


Follow these steps to watch Match of the Day live stream on BBC iPlayer from abroad!

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

2. Install Beebs

3. Go to BBC iPlayer and register. Enjoy watching Match of the Day online from outside the UK.

If you're still not convinced you should download Beebs, continue reading and see what else you get besides the live stream of Match of the Day overseas!


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The best football catch-up show

Football wouldn’t be football without a weekly catch-up and review with the team behind Match of the Day on iPlayer 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!). It goes without saying that streaming Match of the Day is must throughout the Premier League season. Linekar is supported in his review and punditry by a collection of analysts, with support from Jermaine Jenas, Danny Murphy, Alan Shearer, and Ian Wright.

When is Match of the Day on?

You can soak up all the Premier League highlights on the MOTD stream from 10:35pm on Thursdays at live on BBC iPlayer. There is also a repeat of the show at 7:45am scheduled for Sunday mornings.

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 streaming Match of the Day live and watch your team’s highlights (and maybe low-lights) via BBC iPlayer. Beebs is your ticket to streaming Match of the Day abroad.

Streaming MOTD, English Football, Live News & British Telly

If you love streaming football, there's also Match of the Day 2 which follows a similar format to MOTD but is broadcast on Sunday evenings from 22:30. Hosted on BBC Two by Mark Chapman, the Match of the Day 2 broadcast showcases the football highlights and is followed by post-match interviews and tactical analysis, giving a deep dive that is unmissable for football fans. Feel free to watch Match of the Day 2 Online wherever you are in the world.

Once you've finished catching up on the football action via Match of the Day online via the BBC's catch up service, you'll be able to not only stream English TV shows on BBC iPlayer, but you can also take your pick from anything showing on All4 and ITV Hub.

How does Beebs work?

Beebs has been developed to extract the best aspects of VPN technology so that subscribers can have all the positives and protections of a VPN but without the downsides. When the BBC iPlayer service is being used, Beebs is called into action and makes it appear as though your computer is connecting to BBC iPlayer from within the UK. Think of it as a specialised BBC VPN which is only used when needed.  

What Beebs doesn’t do however is download straight onto your device. Instead, it is a simple Google Chrome add-on and is installed directly to your browser, enabling a more reliable, better quality service. This means you can continue to follow your team no matter where you are.

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Download Match of the Day and watch as you travel

The BBC iPlayer allows you to download shows before you leave the house so you have something to watch when you're travelling. You could be flying to Italy for a holiday and still be able to witness all the football highlights on Match of the Day.

Streaming Match of the Day is one thing, but how about live football on the go? The BBC has gained broadcast rights to certain matches of the FA Cup football. This was a huge victory for those without access to satellite TV. With Beebs, you'll be able to tune into live football streams hosted by the BBC when they come about. It isn't planned very far in advance, so check the TV guide to see if and when the BBC iPlayer will be broadcasting live English football.

Want to watch British TV from anywhere?

Simply install the Beebs extension

Get Beebs for Chrome