Where to Watch Coppa Italia Online Anywhere in the World

The Coppa Italia is an annual knockout cup competition in Italian football that the FIGC organized until the 2009-10 season. It has since been organized by the Lega Serie A. Italian football brings a lot of entertainment and highly competitive matches during the season. Due to its worldwide popularity, fans love to stream the games on their smart gadgets.

In this guide, I will share how to live stream Coppa Italia anywhere in the World.

Live Stream Coppa Italia anywhere in the World (with a VPN)

For its volume, Coppa Italia has worldwide broadcasters. But, while you are traveling around the World or have left your native jurisdiction, you may come into trouble as, in this case, you would not be able to catch your local streaming network. The streaming services you are using for Coppa Italia do not guarantee that it will be accessible all around the World. For example, if you are traveling from Italy to the U.S. and you have subscribed to RAIPlay, you would not access it in the U.S. for some geo-blocked reasons.

I am telling you the way to get rid of any hurdle to streaming Coppa Italia no matter where you are:

  1. Subscribe to a VPN service (go for the one that has an extended range of worldwide servers and offers a money-back guarantee).
  2. Go to the browsing history and clear cache and cookies from there.
  3. Launch the VPN.
  4. Set your location to your desired server. (In the example quoted above, you must set a location in Italy to access RAIPlay).
  5. Sign in to RAIPlay, and all your problems will be resolved.

You can use the same process for every sport and every online streaming service. Make sure you have a priory subscription to that streaming service.

Note: You won’t need a VPN if the streaming network is already available in the country where you are currently staying.

The second use case of VPN arises with the unavailability of your Coppa Italia’s favorite club’s game on your already subscribed streaming service. The league matches come in a rush and the channels used to telecast only the important matches to get high traffic and TRP. But if you are a fan of a certain club, you have to relocate yourself and access the streaming network that has that particular game.

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How to live stream Coppa Italia in U.S., U.K., Canada, Australia & Germany

Best VPNs to stream live Coppa Italia anywhere in the World




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Watch Coppa Italia Live on CBS Sport & Paramount Plus

CBS holds the official broadcasting rights to stream Coppa Italia in the U.S. If you are in U.S., you won’t need any VPN to stream the games live.

Paramount Plus is a streaming service in U.S. where you can catch most of the games online. CBS is also accessible via Paramount Plus. Besides Paramount Plus, you can catch CBS on many other streaming including YoutubeTV, fuboTV, and Hulu+Live TV.

If you cannot catch any of the streaming services mentioned above, you would need a VPN and have to set your location to any U.S. server. For seamless services, you may need to enter a valid U.S. postal code (e.g. 27405, 11572).

To subscribe to fuboTV, Hulu + Live T.V., Paramount Plus, or YouTube T.V., you may need a valid U.S. credit/debit card or PayPal. Even if you don’t have a credit or debit card from the United States, you may still subscribe to YouTube T.V. using Google Play.

Can I watch Coppa Italia on B.T. Sports from my current location?

B.T. Sport is only available for the residents of Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, England, the Channel Islands, and the Isle of Man. So, if you are outside these territories, you won’t be able to watch Coppa Italia on B.T. Sport.

B.T. Sport is the official partner in streaming Coppa Italia games online in U.K. and other applicable territories. So currently, if you are in the U.K., 100% of your problem is resolved.

To watch the broadcasts online, you must have a BT ID. To obtain a BT ID, you must first obtain a T.V. license, which requires a valid billing address and a local bank card. On the other hand, viewers in the United Kingdom may live stream B.T. Sport contract-free by purchasing a Monthly Pass, which allows you to watch all of the coverage live and on-demand through the B.T. Sport app or the web player.

Copa Italia Schedule (Knockout Games)

10-Jan3:00pmInter vs Pharma
11-Jan3:00pmAC Milan vs Torino
12-Jan12:00pmFiorentina vs Sampdoria
12-Jan3:00pmAS Roma vs Genoa
17-Jan3:00pmNapoli vs Cremonese
19-Jan9:00amAtlanta vs Spezia
19-Jan12:00pmLazio vs Bologna
19-Jan3:00pmJuventus vs Monza


01.02. 22:00


05.04. 21:00 / 26.04. 21:00


24.05. 21:00

How Coppa Italia Works

The competition is a knockout tournament with pre-made pairings for each round; the draw for the whole competition is made before a ball is kicked. Except for the two-legged semi-final stage, each tie is played as a single leg.

Extra time is played if a match is drawn. In the event of a draw after 120 minutes, a penalty shoot-out is contested. In addition to receiving the trophy, the winning team is also qualified for the UEFA Europa League (formerly the UEFA Cup).

Suppose the winners have already qualified for the UEFA Champions League through Serie A, or are otherwise unable to compete in UEFA competitions. In that case, the place is given to the next highest-placed team in the league table.

The competition consists of seven rounds in total. The competition begins in August with the preliminary round, in which only the eight lowest-ranked clubs compete. Clubs from Serie B compete in the first round, while the 12 lowest-ranked teams in Serie A based on previous league season positions (unless they are playing in European competition that year) begin the competition before August is over.

The remaining eight Serie A teams will enter the competition in the third round in January, leaving 16 teams. After the fourth round, the round of 16, quarter-finals, and first leg of the semi-finals are played quickly, and the second leg of the semi-finals is played a couple of months later – in April – before the final in May. The two-leg final was eliminated for the 2007-08 edition, and a single-match final is currently played in Rome’s Stadio Olimpico.

About the author

I am Jeff Loyd and off course I am a sports and tech enthusiast. I have been in the stream research team of many big tech giants for the past 10 years. This is my personal blog where I will be sharing the ways one can watch their favourite sports even when they are travelling abroad or if they have shifted permanently.

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