How to Watch The Lions Tour 2017 Anywhere in the World

Everyone loves the Lions Tour, it’s the pinnacle of Rugby skill and entertainment.

Watch the Lions Tour 2017

It starts today! BY the time this post goes live, the first game will be over, but there are

plenty of games left to enjoy between now and 8th July. Here is the full Lions Tour Schedule with kick off times in GMT as well as Local time

Match DateMatchVenuePublic gates openKick Off Local TimeKick Off GMT
Saturday 3rd June 2017New Zealand Provincial BarbariansToll Stadium, Whangarei5:30pm7:35pm8.35am
Wednesday 7th June 2017BluesEden Park Auckland5:30pm7:35pm8.35am
Saturday 10th June 2017CrusadersAMI Stadium Christchurch5:30pm7:35pm8.35am
Tuesday 13th June 2017HighlandersForsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin5:30pm7:35pm8.35am
Saturday 17th June 2017Maori All BlacksRotorua International Stadium4:00pm7:35pm8.35am
Tuesday 20th June 2017Chiefs FMG Stadium Waikato, Hamilton5:30pm7:35pm8.35am
Saturday 24th June 2017All BlacksEden Park Auckland4:30pm7:35pm8.35am
Tuesday 27th June 2017HurricanesWestpac Stadium Wellington5:30pm7:35pm8.35am
Saturday 1st July 2017All BlacksWestpac Stadium Wellington4:30pm7:35pm8.35am
Saturday 8th July 2017All BlacksEden Park Auckland4:30pm7:35pm8.35am

Unfortunately, some sports packages are really expensive, for example Sky Sports in the UK can run into £70+ a month, or you can use Now TV day passes but still thats £7 a da. But I found a fantastic one that will allow you to watch the Lions Tour for a very reasonable price.

How to Watch the Lions Tour 2017

First you will need to get a Smart DNS service or A VPN because the service Im talking about is based in Asia. DOn’t worry, all of the programming is in English.

So what is the subscription needed to watch the lions tour 2017?

Rugby Pass. Long time readers will recognise it from this guide (How to Watch Rugby Pass) but this service is a must for rugby fans the world over.

Rugby Pass shows a vast amount of rugby, here are some of the competitions on offer.

What service do I need to watch the Lions Tour 2017 anywhere in the world?

these services are hand picked and each has been tested. If watching on a PC or Mac, or if you have a decent DD-wrt supported router, id tend to go for a VPN. If you have a streaming box and not the above, then a DNS will work great and you may find it simpler to set up

Rank ProviderVisit
4smart dns




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