Leicester vs Leinster live stream: watch European Champions Cup quarter-final rugby online from anywhere

Leicester Tigers' George Ford converts his sides second try
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A Champions Cup classic looks on the cards as Premiership leaders Leicester take on United Rugby Championship leaders Leinster for a place in the last four of the Heineken Cup. The two teams come into the match off the back of differing results in the lead up to this quarter-final. Read on as we explain how to watch a Leicester vs Leinster live stream in the 2021-22 European Rugby Champions Cup from anywhere in the world.

Leicester vs Leinster live stream

Date: Saturday, May 7

Kick-off time: 5.30pm IST/BST / 12.30pm ET / 9.30am PT / 2.30pm AEST

Venue: Mattioli Woods Welford Road Stadium, Leicester

Live stream: BT Sport (UK, IRE) | beIN Sports FREE trial (AU) | Peacock TV (US)

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The Tigers thrashed Bristol Bears 56-26 last Saturday to bring a welcome end to a two-match losing streak. Leinster meanwhile lost both their matches on their tour of South Africa at Sharks and most recently Stormers in two gruelling games.

Despite those results, the Lions looked impressive in both games, and will turn to the fact that they've experienced defeat just twice on the road this season against British or Irish sides.

Follow our guide as we explain all the ways to get a Leicester vs Leinster live stream wherever you are right now.

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Watch a Leicester vs Leinster live stream for $4.99


Rugby fans based in the US can watch Leicester vs Leinster on the Peacock TV streaming service, with kick-off set for a bright and early 12.30pm ET / 9.30am PT on Saturday morning.

Peacock costs just $4.99 a month for an ad-supported version of the service that offers live coverage not only of the European Rugby Champions Cup, but also the Rugby Premiership, loads of EPL soccer games, every big WWE event, plus plenty more live sports. You also have the option of paying $10 a month for commercial-free coverage.

- Click through to Peacock TV to start watching now

If you're abroad right now, you can still tune in just like you would at home with the help of a good VPN. Or consult our guide to the best Peacock VPN options for more details.

How to watch Leicester vs Leinster from outside your country

If you're abroad this weekend and try to access your usual domestic stream of the rugby, you'll find that you can't. This is because of something called geo-blocking, which restricts content to a specific area or country.

You can get around this by using a VPN, which allows you to virtually relocate your laptop, phone or streaming device back to your country of residence - thereby regaining access to all the streaming services and content you normally enjoy at home.

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Leicester vs Leinster live stream: how to watch European Rugby Champions Cup in the UK


Rugby fans in the UK can watch Leicester vs Leinster on BT Sport, which is showing every single game from every round of the European Rugby Champions Cup.

Leicester vs Leinster is being shown on BT Sport 2, with coverage starting at 5.15pm BST ahead of a 5.30pm kick-off.

If you don't want to be locked into a lengthy contract, BT Sport also now offers the option of a Monthly Pass priced at £25 per month. It lets you watch all of the network's live and on-demand action via the BT Sport app or via the web player.

The Monthly Pass renews automatically every four weeks, but you can cancel it whenever you want. You can login on two devices at once, and access BT Sport Ultimate's content in 4K.

Plus, if you choose to snap up a VPN as described above, it means you'll be able to watch your preferred UK European Rugby Champions Cup coverage from anywhere in the world.

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How to watch Leicester vs Leinster: live stream European Rugby Champions Cup in Ireland


BT Sport is also the place to watch Leicester vs Leinster in Ireland, with the subscription network showing every game from every round.

Outside of Ireland? Watch Leicester vs Leinster online just like you would at home with the help of a quality VPN.

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How to watch Leicester vs Leinster: live stream rugby in Australia


beIN Sports has the rights to show the European Rugby Champions Cup in Australia, with Leicester vs Leinster set to kick-off at 12am AEST on Saturday night/Sunday morning.

If you don't have it as part of a pay TV package, you can also sign up to beIN Sports as a standalone subscription, costing $19.99 per month after you've taken advantage of a FREE two-week trial

As well as the rugby, beIN Sport has the rights to Lige 1, Serie A La Liga, Bundesliga and EFL football.

Sports streaming specialist Kayo Sports includes beIN in its package - in addition to an enormous variety of live sports - and it also offers a FREE 14-day Kayo Sports trial.

After that, the Basic plan costs just $25 a month and lets you stream on two screens, while Premium is a mere $35 a month for simultaneous viewing on up to three devices. 

But before signing up, be aware that Kayo Sports won't be showing every European Rugby Champions Cup that's on beIN Sports.

Don't forget, you can take your coverage abroad with you as well. For those wanting to watch home coverage of sports from overseas, a good VPN is the solution.

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