Survivor Series 2021 live stream: how to watch WWE online from anywhere

Poster for WWE Survivor Series 2021
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The very best of Raw and SmackDown hit the canvas tonight at New York's Barclay's Center for the 35th edition of this much-anticipated PPV. Read on as we explain how to watch a 2021 WWE Survivor Series live stream, wherever you are in the world - with Peacock TV the exclusive broadcaster for US viewers (opens in new tab)!

Live stream Survivor Series 2021

Date: Sunday, November 21

Main card start time:  8pm ET / 5pm PT / 1am GMT / 6.30am IST / 10am JST (Mon) / 12pm AEDT (Mon)

Venue: The Barclay's Center, New York

Live stream: Peacock Premium (US) | BT Sport Box Office (opens in new tab) (UK) | WWE Network (Can) | Sony Ten (Ind) | WWE Network / Main Event (Aus) | WWE Network (Jap)

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The main draw for tonight's bill in terms of the singles matches are two tasty champion-versus-champion face-offs with Big E's long-awaited showdown with Roman Reigns, while Becky Lynch is back in the ring to take on Charlotte Flair.

As if that wasn't enough, there's also Survivor Series' signature 5-on-5 elimination matches, with this year's card featuring two instalments of multi-superstar chaos in the shape of all-male and an all-female Raw against SmackDown battles.

Seth Rollins, Finn Balor and Kevin Owens are among those  lining up for the men’s Raw team, while Drew McIntyre, Jeff Hardy and King Woods will be representing SmackDown.

The women’s match looks particularly star-studded, with Biance Belair, Rhea Ripley, Liv Morgan, Sasha Banks and Shayna Baszler all set to battle it out.

Read on for the full Survivor Series 2021 card and all you need to know to watch a WWE live stream online from anywhere.

Live stream Survivor Series from outside your country

You'll be able to watch Survivor Series from a wide range of countries with WWE Network, but if you don't want to grab a new membership there are plenty more live streams available. We're rounding up all the best places to watch in the US, Canada, UK, Australia, Japan, and India just below.

If there aren't any reliable WWE live streams in your country, or if you're away from home and your plans have been scuppered by geo-blocking, we've got a top tip to make sure you don't miss out as well.

Watch a Survivor Series live stream from anywhere 

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How to live stream WWE Survivor Series in the US

Peacock TV (opens in new tab)

Peacock TVPremium is the exclusive place to watch all of WWE's biggest events stateside, and you can tune into Survivor Series from 7pm ET / 4pm PT on Sunday, November 21 with the main card starting an hour later.

Peacock costs just $4.99 a month (opens in new tab) for an ad-supported version of the service that will get you every big WWE event in addition to loads of other great content. Alternatively, you can pay $10 a month for commercial-free coverage.

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How to watch WWE Survivor Series: live stream in Canada

WWE Network (opens in new tab)

WWE's move to Peacock doesn't affect Canadian viewers, which means the best place to watch Survivor Series is still WWE Network (opens in new tab).

WWE Network is available through local TV providers, though you'll need to pay an additional PPV fee to tune into Survivor Series, which runs on Sunday, November 21, with the main card action beginning at 8pm ET / 5pm PT.

Canadian abroad? Then you can use a VPN (opens in new tab) to magically transport yourself back to Canada to live stream Survivor Series coverage just like you would at home.

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How to watch Survivor Series: live stream in the UK

BT Sport Box Office (opens in new tab)

BT Sport is the place to watch Survivor Series in the UK, but as it's a PPV event you'll need to purchase it from the BT Sport Box Office (opens in new tab), where it costs £19.95. 

Alternatively, WWE Network (opens in new tab) is also available in the UK, where it costs £9.99 per month.

You'll have to prepare for a late one though, because the main action gets underway at 1am BST on Sunday night/Monday morning. 

If you're outside the UK and want to tune in, it's simple to do with a handy tool – simply grab a VPN (opens in new tab) and follow the instructions above to live stream the action. 

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How to watch Survivor Series: live stream in Australia

WWE Network (opens in new tab)

WWE fans in Australia can tune into Survivor Series on WWE Network (opens in new tab), which is also available Down Under. A subscription costs US$9.99 per month. 

It's also being shown on Main Event (opens in new tab), which is available through both Foxtel and Optus TV. The PPV event is available for $29.95. 

The Survivor Series main card action begins at 12pm AEDT on Monday. 

Aussies abroad looking to watch a Survivor Series live stream should find that a good VPN (opens in new tab) helps them access their home streaming services wherever they are.

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How to watch Survivor Series: live stream WWE in Japan

WWE Network (opens in new tab)

If you're watching from Japan, you'll need to tune in from 10am JST on Monday morning. 

You've guessed it... you can tune in to Survivor Series via the WWE Network (opens in new tab), which has been available in Japan for the last few years.

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How to watch Survivor Series: live stream in India

Sony Ten 1 and Ten 3 (opens in new tab)

WWE fans in India can tune into Survivor Series on both Sony Ten 1 and Ten 3 (opens in new tab), but you'll need to be up early, as the action begins at 6.30am IST on Monday morning. 

If that's a little early for your liking, you'll be able to tune into WWE Network (opens in new tab) for a replay too.

Survivor Series 2021 full card

  • WWE Champion Big E vs Universal Champion Roman Reigns
  • Raw Women's Champion Becky Lynch vs SmackDown Women's Champion Charlotte Flair
  • United States Champion Damian Priest vs Shinsuke Nakamura
  • Seth Rollins, Finn Balor, Kevin Owens, Rey Mysterio and Bobby Lashley (Team Raw) vs Drew McIntyre, Jeff Hardy, Xavier Woods, Happy Corbin and an unknown final member (Team SmackDown)
  • Bianca Belair, Rhea Ripley, Liv Morgan, Carmella and Queen Zelina (Team Raw) vs Sasha Banks, Shayna Baszler, Shotzi Blackheart, Natalya and an unknown final member (Team SmackDown)
  • Raw Tag Team Champions Randy Orton and Riddle vs SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos

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