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Provided I can move to any country in the world, I'd like to pay to legally watch any single Champions League game without having to subscribe for a season/month/week, buy broadband or tv deal.

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  • Disclaimer: I'm assuming you're talking about the UEFA Champions League (football/soccer). Even for watching online that will depend on the country you're in, as online broadcasters need to check which country you're in. (attached to the broadcast rights). – pseyfert Sep 19 '18 at 17:28
  • Yes, I am aware of the differences. I'm looking for ANY country and ANY provider that offers this. – m1gu3l Sep 20 '18 at 12:44
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If you don't insist on it being online, you can always go to a pub where they broadcast it - there are plenty - and watch it there.

  • Always good idea to go to the pub :-) – m1gu3l Sep 20 '18 at 12:43
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Are you leaving anyone (family) behind who has a relevant TV subscription? Some (thinking Sky) have a feature where you can sign into their sky on demand type service and view. If you need to "relocate" your IP address you'll need to buy or set up a VPN or proxy server located within the region that they're authorized for watching.

  • Nope, no family involved in here. – m1gu3l Sep 21 '18 at 9:27
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In india Sony owns the rights to UCL and they broadcast it for free on their website sonyliv.com. you don't even need to sign up. So if you're outside of India you'll have to use a vpn

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