In Ukraine, the Ukrainian Premier League is available on the free-to-air channel 2+2 (Sirius 5E). Its web portal offers free streams of some games. Kanal Futbol and also provide partial coverage of the league’s matches. Futbol 2 is another subscription-based provider offering pretty decent coverage.

Internationally, the Ukrainian Premier League has broadcasting contracts with a good deal of providers:

  • DAZN – Austria, Germany, Switzerland
  • Ma Chaine Sport – Andorra, Belgium, France, Luxembourg, Monaco, Switzerland, Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia
  • SportKlub – Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia
  • Polsat Futbol– Poland

Also, check Bet365 and bwin live streams, if betting is your thing.

Otherwise, the best way for cord-cutters to access free live streams of the Ukrainian Premier League would be via LaOla1.TV – its free coverage is comprehensive.

The official broadcasting partners of the Ukrainian Premier League are licensed to televise the matches on the national territory only. It means you can’t access your free live streams when you travel abroad.

Not helping is the fact that none of the English or American broadcasters stream the Ukrainian Premier League.

Making matters worse, only a fraction of the services offer on-demand replays. If the matches are streamed live during unsocial hours in your time zone, you are locked out without the replays.

DAZN is currently one of the few providers offering on-demand replays of the Ukrainian Premier League, but it’s only available in select European countries. The catch with DAZN is it’s paid, and you can’t pay for it using a payment method that’s not pertinent to Austria, Germany, or Switzerland.

With that in mind, LaOla1.TV is the optimal fix to your Ukrainian Premier League streaming woes – it’s free, comprehensive, and cross-platform. The only catch with LaOla1 is its region-locked to Austria and Germany.

Don’t worry – a VPN has you covered. A quick and simple fix to all of your sports streaming issues, a Virtual Private Network allows you to change your location, virtually.

A VPN is a web of servers across the world. When you connect to a server in the country of your choice, you obtain an IP address of that region. As a result, when you browse, sites identify you as coming from that country.

If you connect to a VPN server in Germany or Austria, you can stream the Ukrainian Premier League with LaOla1 – no fuss, subscriptions, or fees. In the same vein, you can connect to a VPN server in Ukraine and stream with 2+2. If you have a Futbol 2 or subscription, you can bypass their geo-blocks and access your premium content – from anywhere in the world.

Let’s not forget a VPN encrypts your traffic and routes it through its secured tunnel, which means:

  • You bypass your school or office firewall
  • Your Internet Service provider can’t monitor your online activities or throttle your bandwidth
  • Your sensitive data is protected from Man-in-the-Middle attacks
  • You browse safely when using public Wi-Fi
  • You can spoof into virtually any country and unlock a wealth of news, sports, and TV shows on streaming sites
  • You get access to better deals when shopping online
  1. Buy a VPN subscription and install the VPN client on your device.
  2. Log in and connect to a VPN server (in Ukraine to stream with 2+2, in Germany or Austria to stream with LaOla1).
  3. It might be a good idea to clear your browser’s cookies and cache.
  4. Go to your streaming portal – you are all set to stream the Ukrainian Premier League from anywhere in the world.

​At this point, you probably think you’re better off with a free VPN, but consider the privacy implications. Free VPNs need to monetize their services somehow, and in most cases, they log your data and sell it to data brokers. VPNs on my list have a strict no-logs policy while providing top-tier speeds for your Premier League streaming.


  • More US city locations than its rivals
  • Includes malware protection
  • No-logs policy


  • Precise locations
  • Very large VPN server network
  • Offers a 45-day money-back guarantee


  • No limit on the number of devices you can connect at the same time
  • SOCKS5 proxy, which its main rivals don’t have
  • More VPN servers in more US cities to dodge blackouts