England is in the World Cup semi-final. You don’t want to miss it for the world. But, how can I watch England – Croatia on ITV from abroad?
Are you in a hurry? Is the match about to start in 1 hour, 30 minutes, or maybe it has already started? It is quite easy to watch ITV from abroad, and I will tell you how it is done right away!
Watch England – Croatia on ITV from abroad
- To watch ITV from abroad, you need to be in the UK. To reside virtually in England, you need to use the VPN services of ExpressVPN.
- If you press the button above, you will be taken to the ExpressVPN website. There you can sign up for their services (they have a 30-day full refund policy), download their client, and connect to a server in England.
- In the moment you are connected, you are residing in England virtually. You should then be ready to watch ITV from abroad.
- If you haven’t created an ITV user yet, you will need to register at their website first. This can be done for free. It is important to register with a ZIP code in the UK. You can for example use: W1K 6JP, NW3 3ST, or E14 4ED.
- You can now watch the live stream of England – Croatia on ITV from abroad.
You can later use the same subscription and method to watch the World Cup final on ITV, and you can also use it to watch BBC from abroad. And, if you are an enthusiast, you can also use your ExpressVPN subscription to watch American Netflix, Canadian Netflix, and lots of other stuff online.
If you want more detailed instructions on how to watch ITV from abroad, visit itv.fromabroad.org. There you will also find out how you can watch the match using your Android device (it is very easy, but if you still want some further help, read the article).
Will England beat Croatia?
This might be the toughest match in the tournament so far for England. Their match against Belgium was tough, but since it had no big stake, who cared. This match, however, has a lot at stake, and Croatia is a brilliant team. Can the lions from England beat them? I definitely hope so, but it will be hard. If Croatia keeps on like they have so far in the knockout stage, then this might go all the way to penalties. Will it be to their advantage that they have already won twice in penalty shootouts?