Ekstraklasa is a popular league among the European soccer fans, so you can find it online and on TV in pretty much all European countries.

In Poland, Polsat Sport, Canal+ Sport Online, and Eurosport 2, as well as NC+ GO, Onet, tvn, TVP, and Ringier Axel Springer share broadcast rights for the Ekstraklasa. To promote the league, Ekstraklasa TV streams several matches per week for free in Poland.

Eurosport 2 televises and streams Ekstraklasa across Europe, while Sportdigital airs the games in Austria, Liechtenstein, and Germany. Polish expats in Israel can find it on Sport 5, while Eir Sport covers the league in Ireland.

In the UK, Polish soccer fans can tune in Sports Tonight Live while Dailymotion bagged the international streaming rights. Its official Ekstraklasa streaming channel offers live streams of matches, highlights, nc+ football magazines and coverage from EkstraklasaLivePark for fans based outside of Poland. The best part about Dailymotion’s package is it’s free.

Bet365 streams select Ekstraklasa matches, but you must be a registered user with a deposited account to stream for free. Also, the streams are not available in Poland or any other country where a local broadcaster airs the games.

If you pay for Eurosport 2 or Canal+ membership, but find yourself unable to use it from outside of Poland – you’re in a typical catch 22. You have the premium subscription, which you can’t use because you’re abroad.

Or all the other way around, you are in Poland and would like to stream Ekstraklasa for free through Dailymotion because its coverage is comprehensive. But you can’t access its live streams because they are locked for users in Poland since the football association wants local fans to support the league and use premium providers instead.

If you are a Bet365 user, you can stream Ekstraklasa significantly cheaper than through Canal+ or Eurosport, or any other Polish streaming service for that matter. But the disappointment crawls in again because Bet365 doesn’t stream Ekstraklasa in Poland, or countries where local broadcasters air the games.

Also, you could be locked out of your Canal+ streaming because your office firewall blocks sports streaming sites. Obviously, your employer doesn’t want you to stream soccer during your work hours.

In situations like these, a VPN saves the day. A Virtual Private Network lets you switch your IP address and pretend to be coming from a different place. In layman’s terms, a VPN enables you to change your IP address by routing your traffic through one of its servers hosted across the world.

To spoof into Poland, for example, you need to connect to a Polish VPN server. Once connected, all your Internet traffic is routed through the VPN server, and Ekstraklasa TV, Canal+ or Eurosport 2 see you as a regular customer from Poland.

You can do the same from Poland – connect to a VPN server in, say, Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus, or any other country where Eurosport doesn’t stream Ekstraklasa – and watch Dailymotion or Bet365 live streams.

Let’s not forget VPNs also encrypt your traffic, adding an extra layer of protection and privacy to everything you do online:

  • Your data is protected from hackers setting up honeypots and Man-in-the-Middle attacks.
  • Your Internet Service Provider can’t throttle your bandwidth or eavesdrop on you.
  • Your school or office firewalls can’t block you from accessing sports streams and gaming servers.
  • You can unlock a wealth of geo-restricted streaming sites – Netflix, Steam, iTunes, you name it.
  • You get access to region-restricted deals when shopping online.
  • Sites can’t see your real location or identity.
  1. Subscribe to a VPN service and install a VPN program on your device.
  2. Connect to a server in the country of your choice.
  3. Clear your browser’s cache and cookies.
  4. Launch your streaming portal.
  5. You are all set to enjoy your Ekstraklasa matches live from anywhere in the world.

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