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SAVE 49%: Access ITVX from anywhere in the world with a VPN. A one-year subscription to ExpressVPN is on sale for £87.08 and includes an extra three months for free — 49% off for a limited time.


The good news is that every World Cup fixture is being shown for free in the UK on ITV or BBC, and if you can't get in front of a TV, you can stream all the action on BBC iPlayer and ITVX. That's nice, but what about the rest of the world?

The situation is not so straightforward for dedicated fans in the U.S. Every game is going to be shown on the FOX Sports family of networks, and live streaming is available on FuboTV, Sling TV, and YouTube TV. That's a lot of options, but everything does require payment.

When is England vs USA?

England and the USA will go head-to-head on Friday, Nov. 25:

England vs USA — 2 p.m. ET / 7 p.m. GMT

The game will be shown live on ITV1 in the UK. You can also live stream all the action on ITVX.

How can you watch the World Cup for free in the U.S.?

If you're looking for a way to watch every USA World Cup game for free this year, you should consider signing up to a streaming-friendly VPN.

With the help of a service like ExpressVPN, and you can stream every game from the World Cup for free on BBC iPlayer and ITVX. The process is actually really simple. Once you have signed up to ExpressVPN and downloaded the app, you can connect to a secure server in the UK. This process tricks sites like ITVX and BBC iPlayer into thinking you are based in the UK, meaning you can watch online for free.

There is of course a price to pay for ExpressVPN. A one-year subscription to ExpressVPN is on sale for £87.08 and includes an extra three months for free — 49% off for a limited time. This discounted plan also includes a year of free unlimited cloud backup and a 30-day money-back guarantee. You could sign up to watch every game from the World Cup, and then recover your investment with the guarantee. This is sneaky, but it does mean you can watch everything for free.

What is the best VPN for the World Cup?

There are plenty of VPNs out there that can unblock BBC iPlayer and ITVX, but few can compete with ExpressVPN. This high-speed service provides powerful levels of encryption, apps for all operating systems, up to five mutli-logins, and reliable unblocking of leading streaming sites.

Watch the World Cup for free with the best deal on ExpressVPN.

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