Watch 2015 Grand National Wherever You Are

Keep up to date with all the nail biting action from this year’s Grand National Festival — and here’s our guide to how you can watch every race from Aintree live from anywhere in the world.The Grand National has made the likes of Red Rum, Aldaniti, Jenny Pitman and Ginger McCain household names, whilst fences such as Becher’s Brook, The Chair and the Canal Turn are equally familiar.

The 2015 Crabbie’s Grand National takes place on Saturday 11th April and a total of 22 races will take place across the 2015 Festival, which starts with Grand Opening Day on Thursday 9th and is followed by Ladies Day on Friday 10th, before Saturday’s Grand National Day. The races will be watched at Aintree Racecourse by over 150,000 racegoers across the 3 days, while an estimated worldwide audience of 600 million people will watch the Grand National live on television on Saturday.


The easiest ways to watch the Grand National live from from anywhere in the world…

If you try watch Channel 4 or RTE 2 in English-speaking countries such as USA, Canada, Australia, Spain, France, Canary Islands, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Qatar, New Zealand,  Turkey, Saudi Arabia, or Dubai you will get a Geo block error. To bypass this and watch all content for all you need is a a Proxy, VPN or VPN Router to overcome location restrictions that would otherwise block you from watching Channel 4, RTE and all other UK and Irish TV services.

1. UK free view broadcaster Channel 4‘s coverage will start  with the Morning Line at 8am and afternoon coverage from 1.45pm on Thursday (9 April) and Friday (10 April).

On the day of the big race (Saturday 11 April), the Morning Line will start at 8am for a two hour special show and afternoon coverage from 1pm, with the Grand National itself at 4.15pm.

Our UK VPN and Proxy Servers are technically compatible with the Channel 4 Racing via their All 4 website and mobile apps.

2. Irish free-to-air channel RTE 2 will be showing the Grand National live on their RTE Player streaming service.  Ireland is undoubtedly a country that goes mad for their racing and there is extra interest in the close to the 2015 jump season with legendary Irish jockey AP McCoy bowing out of the sport.
Our Irish VPN and Proxy Servers are technically compatible with the RTE Player website and their mobile apps.