How to watch the 2019 Grand National: live stream from anywhere in the world

The Grand National is the most popular steeplechase in the world with 40 runners and riders trying their best to leap over the 30 fences across two laps that make up Aintree’s four-and-a-half mile (6.9km) course. With a £1,000,000 purse this is the event to be at and where it really counts to win. And we can tell you how to watch a 2019 Grand National live stream from anywhere in the world.

All eyes are on last year's Tiger Roll, who is one of the hot favourites going into the the Grand National weekend. The Irish thoroughbred is bidding to become the first racehorse since the mid-70s to win back-to-back Nationals. That's since…you guessed it, Red Rum. But others to look out for include Rathvinden, Anibale Fly and Vintage Clouds.

Over 600 million people are expected to watch the race across 140 countries, on top of the 70,000 in attendance at Aintree on the day. The larger fences of The Grand National make for a more exciting steeplechase than most others throughout the year – this is where the horses and their jockeys really show their worth. Lookout for The Chair, Valentine’s Brook, Foinavon, Becher’s Brook and the Canal Turn as some of the famous challenges in the main event.

This year’s race will be free-to-air in the UK on ITV. However, if you live outside the UK keep reading as we’ll show you how to stream the Grand National 2019 from wherever you are in the world.

How to watch the Grand National for free: UK stream

If you’re in the UK and you have a TV license, then ITV will be broadcasting the Grand National free-to-air for the second time in a row this year starting at 5:15pm. The network will have Ed Chamberlain as their presenter after popularity last year allowing them to help draw more fans and further popularise the sport.

If you prefer to watch the event on your computer you can stream it on ITV or on your mobile devices via the ITV player app.

The other way to watch ITV online is to go via TVPlayer.com – we actually prefer this option as the stream tends to be better quality and more robust! It's also a faster site, more responsive and quicker to get up and running with. It's still free, too.

Stream the Grand National from outside your country

If you don’t happen to be away from the UK don’t worry as you can watch the Grand National on ITV from anywhere in the world. Simply download and install a VPN to change your IP address to one in the UK and head over to ITV’s website or TVPlayer.com. From there you’ll have to sign up for a free account to stream the Grand National on your computer or from your favorite streaming devices. Here's how to stream the Grand National with a VPN:

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