You’d be hard-pressed to find a region that doesn’t have a broadcaster airing at least some of the Scottish Premiership games. Domestically, fans can tune in BT Sport and BT Sport Live (40 games live). Sky Sports has the license to televise 30 live games, while BBC Alba streams 20 live games in Gaelic. BBC Sport streams highlights only.

Internationally, the Scottish Premiership coverage is available via beIn Sports in Australia, Sportsnet in Canada and Fox Soccer Plus in the US.

The Ladbrokes Premiership also boasts of many club-sponsored live streams:

There is only one little nag – clubs can’t show games live in the UK and Republic of Ireland.

Cord-cutters can also find most of the Scottish Premiership live on Bet365, LaOla1.TV, DAZN Europe, Sling TV, FuboTV, DirecTV Now, GolTV, and PlayStation Vue.

If you are looking for free live streams, your best bet would be LaOla1.TV, which has both free and premium packages. The difference is in the streaming quality, but if you are fine with low-res streams, its free offer is generous.

In theory, the Scottish Premiership is well-covered around the world, so you should have no problem finding a live stream in your region. In practice, the broadcasting license limits every provider to its respective country. You can’t access Fox Soccer Plus or Sling TV from outside the US. Likewise, BT Sport is only available in the UK, LaOla1 – in select European countries. In the same vein, Celtic TV doesn’t stream in the UK.

If you already have a premium subscription that includes the Scottish Premiership but are located outside its covered region, you’re in for a disappointment. In that case, you either have to buy yet another paid subscription in your current location, or a VPN to stream using your existing subscription.

A Virtual Private Network is a web of servers across the world, which lets you anchor your traffic to a specific country. When you connect to a VPN server in the UK, for example, you get a UK IP address, and all your traffic is routed through the server in the UK. As a result, BT Sports identifies you as a regular English customer and doesn’t mount its geo-block. Likewise, if you want to use the Celtic TV in the UK, just connect to any foreign VPN server and stream the Scottish Premiership. Problem solved.

Admittedly, a VPN is a better fix to your Scottish Premiership than yet another streaming subscription because it encrypts your traffic, which means:

  • Your sensitive data is protected against Man-in-the-Middle attacks and honeypots on public WiFi
  • You can easily circumvent your school or office firewalls
  • Your Internet Service Provider can’t eavesdrop on your online activities
  • You avoid your ISP throttling when streaming and gaming
  • A myriad of streaming services worldwide is unlocked – Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Videos, Steam, you name it
  1. Buy a subscription to a VPN with servers in the country where your Scottish Premiership streams are available.
  2. Download and install the VPN client on your device.
  3. Connect to a VPN server in the country of your interest.
  4. Clear your browser’s cache and go to your streaming provider’s website.
  5. Stream the Ladbrokes Premiership to your heart’s content.

It doesn’t take a fortune teller to see the Celtic FC will grab yet another cup, which will be their fifth consecutive in the Landsbroke League. But can the Ross County and Partick Thistle escape relegation? Hope this brief guide sets you on the right track to streaming the bloodbath that are the remaining matches – from anywhere in the world.


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