How to Watch WRC 2019 Online: Live Stream from Abroad

Watch WRC 2019 online

World Rally Championship (WRC 2019) has now reached its 12th country, Wales, with the event to be held at Wales Rally GB. Events starting from 24th Jan – 17th November 2019, for your ease we have list of all channels to watch WRC 2019 Online.

How to Watch the WRC 2019 Online?

Here’s the WRC Official Broadcasters List…

Country TV Network
Austria ORF (Free)
Belgium RTBF (Free)
Estonia ETV (Free)
France France TV (Free) – Recommended
Finland YLE (Free)
Germany Sport1 (Paid)
Italy Sportitalia (Paid)
Norway TV2 (Paid)
Poland Canal+ Sport (Paid)
Portugal Sport TV (Paid)
RTP (Free)
Spain RTVE (Free)
TV3 (Free)
Sweden SVT (Free)
United States ESPN 3 (Paid)
Latin America Fox Sports (Paid)
Mexico TV4 (Free)
United Kingdom BT Sport (Paid)
Channel 5 -Highlights (Free)
Wales S4C (Free)
Worldwide WRC+ (Paid)
Red Bull TV (Free)

Why Use a VPN for WRC Live Stream Free

While WRC+ is broadcasted all over the world and does not have regional restrictions, but if you are looking to watch it for free then there are some options available provided that you have a VPN as most of these options are geo-restricted.

The best way to watch WRC 2019 online for free is via France TV, RTBF, ORF, ETV, RTVE or any other free channel mentioned above by connecting to that countries server.

To access region-blocked channels:

  1. Subscribe to a credible VPN service like ExpressVPN
  2. Sign up and login with your credentials
  3. Select a server from Austria and connect
  4. Now go to ORF channel
  5. Start watching the WRC for free

A VPN allows you to change your location digitally, which means that on the internet you will appear to be somewhere else than your actual location. What this does is that it grants you access to region-restricted websites so that you can watch your favorite content no matter where you are!

One such VPN that we recommend is ExpressVPN, it’s the best choice to make as it successfully unblocks all websites and provides seamless streaming!

How to Watch World Rally Champions in USA

You can watch WRC 2019 Online in USA directly from the WRC+ website as it is available globally, additionally, you can watch them on Eleven Sports, ESPN 3 and Fox as well. However, if you wish to watch it for free you can watch it using a VPN and access the above-mentioned free channels.

How to Watch WRC in UK

If you happen to be in the UK and are subscribed to Channel 5 or BT Sport you can easily watch the WRC events on these channels but the problem is that Channel 5 will broadcast highlights only and BT Sports is paid.

Therefore, again the use of a VPN is recommended to watch the WRC live for free.

How to Watch WRC in Canada

There is no official channel for Canada where you can watch the WRC, so you will have to either watch it off the WRC+ or connect to a VPN watch it for free from any of the free channels mentioned in the list above.

How to Watch WRC in Australia

If you live in Australia Fox Sports is the channel to go to, WRC has given broadcasting rights to Fox sports in Australia. Again you need to subscribe to cable TV in order to watch Fox Sports live events, therefore it better to use a VPN and watch it via a free channel.

WRC Schedule 2019

The WRC is divided in to 14 rounds taking place in Europe, the Middle East, Australia, North and South America. Here’s the complete WRC schedule for 2019.

Date Event Surface
24 – 27 January Rallye Automobile Monte Carlo Mixed
14 – 17 February Rally Sweden Snow
7 – 10 March Rally Guanajuato Mexico Gravel
28 – 31 March Tour de Corse Tarmac
25 – 28 April Rally Argentina Gravel
9 – 12 May Rally Chile Gravel
30 May – 2 June Rally de Portugal Gravel
13 – 16 June Rally Italia Sardegna Gravel
1 – 4 August Rally Finland Gravel
22 – 25 August ADAC Rallye Deutschland Tarmac
12 – 15 September Rally of Turkey Gravel
3 – 6 October Wales Rally GB Gravel
24 – 27 October RACC Rally Catalunya de Espana Mixed
14 – 17 November Rally Australia Gravel

WRC 2019 Drivers Standings

Pos. Driver Points
1 Ott Tänak 205
2 Thierry Neuville 172
3 Sébastien Ogier 165
4 Kris Meeke 80
5 Andreas Mikkelsen 79
6 Elfyn Evans 78
7 Jari-Matti Latvala 74
8 Teemu Suninen 70
9 Dani Sordo 62
10 Esapekka Lappi 62
11 Sébastien Loeb 39
12 Kalle Rovanperä 16
13 Benito Guerra 8
14 Gus Greensmith 8
15 Marco Bulacia Wilkinson 6
16 Craig Breen 6
17 Jan Kopecký 5
18 Pontus Tidemand 4
19 Yoann Bonato 4
20 Mads Østberg 4
21 Ole Christian Veiby 2
22 Pierre-Louis Loubet 2
23 Stéphane Sarrazin 2
24 Nikolay Gryazin 1
25 Takamoto Katsuta 1
26 Emil Bergkvist 1
27 Pedro Heller 1
28 Adrien Fourmaux 1
29 Janne Tuohino 1
30 Ricardo Triviño 1

Now that you know all the possible ways to watch WRC 2019 online, you don’t have to miss on any race of the nail biting event!


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