The CONCACAF Futsal Championship is an indoor football tournament (soccer for Americans). This year, the 7th edition will start on May 3rd, 2021, and end on May 9th, 2021, in Guatemala. It was rescheduled from the original date of 2020 because of the global pandemic. The tournament will have the top 15 teams (plus the host). There are various ways to watch the tournament if you live in the right area. If not, you’ll want to use a VPN to work around any geo-restrictions.
How to Stream the CONCACAF Futsal Championship Live from Anywhere with a VPN
We will use ExpressVPN for our guide since they provide a fast connection well suited for streaming live sporting events.
- Sign up for ExpressVPN (includes a 30-day risk-free money-back guarantee).
- Download and install the ExpressVPN app on your device. You can put the app on as many desktop and mobile devices. They even have an app for Amazon Firestick.
- Connect to a VPN server in Canada so you can watch local coverage as the tournament progresses.
- Now you will want to visit One Soccer or TUDN to watch the matches live. If you don’t already have an account, you can sign up for one.
- Enjoy the CONCACAF Championship. Best of luck to your favorite team.
- The ExpressVPN support team is available 24/7 via live chat to answer any questions.
2021 CONCACAF Futsal Championship Broadcasters, Teams, and Host Cities
As we mentioned, many different broadcasters will broadcast this tournament. To watch in Canada, you would use One Soccer. Let’s take a look at the other options.
- TUDN (USA-Spanish)
- One Soccer (CAN),
- Teletica and Repretel (CRC)
- RTVG (Guatemala)
- TCS (SLV),
- Televicentro (HON)
- Medcom (PAN)
Additionally, there is a free official CONCACAF app that you can download to watch. However, it is only available in some areas. If you want to download it, you will need to connect to a server in one of the countries we mentioned above.
The groups are now as follows:
- Group A: Guatemala, Trinidad and Tobago, and the Dominican Republic
- Group B: Panama, Mexico, and Suriname
- Group C: Costa Rica, Canada, and Haiti
- Group D: Cuba, United States, El Salvador and Nicaragua
With all this coverage, you may wonder why you would need a VPN to watch the tournament. That depends on your location. You will be geo-blocked by some countries if you are trying to watch coverage outside of your home location. Media companies use this technique based on the location of your IP address. Using a VPN will help you get around those types of restrictions.
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