How to Watch ICC Cricket World Cup in Sky Go

The Sky Go app is one of the simplest ways to watch the ICC Cricket World on your smartphone when you are on the go. Sky Sports holds the ICC World Cup broadcasting rights in the UK.

Sky subscribers can easily watch the live stream of the matches on the Sky Go app on their smartphones.

It’s been four years since England and New Zealand met in a thrilling Cricket World Cup final. That means the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup is only days away.

Here is a detailed guide to watching the ICC Cricket World Cup on Sky Go.

How Can I Watch the Cricket World Cup on the Sky Go App?

The Sky Go is a live-streaming app by Sky that you can download on your Android or iOS smartphone. It is the streaming home of Sky content.

The Sky subscribers can get access to the app for free. So, if you are not already a Sky Box user or a Sky Sports subscriber, you need to purchase a Sky plan.

Sky Sports Cricket and Sky Sports Main Event will broadcast all 48 tournament matches live. The subscription costs £22 extra monthly to add to your Sky TV plan.

Sky Sports subscribers can download the Sky Go app from the app store and access the live stream for free.

Follow the steps below to watch the ICC World Cup on the Sky Go App.

  1. Download the Sky Go app from the app store.
  2. If you don’t have a subscription, buy a subscription package to the Sky Sports website.
  3. Open the Sky Go app and log in with your Sky credentials.
  4. There you go. Now, check out the ICC World Cup broadcasting schedule.
  5. Select Sky Sports channels.
  6. Start streaming and enjoy the matches live.

How Do You Watch Sky Go Outside the UK? 

If you are staying or traveling outside the UK, you must use a VPN to watch the live stream on the Sky Go app.

The Sky Go app is geo-restricted. A VPN will let you connect to a server in the UK and stream the app.

Follow the steps below to watch the Sky Go app outside the UK.

  1. Download and Install a reliable VPN.
  2. Open the VPN app and create an account.
  3. Now connect to a server in the UK.
  4. Open the Sky Go app.
  5. Select your matches and start streaming!
Golam Muktadir is a passionate sports fan and a dedicated movie buff. He has been writing about both topics for over a decade and has a wealth of knowledge and experience to share with his readers. Muktadir has a degree in journalism and has written for several well-known publications, including Surprise Sports.