I've had a couple messages about this, so I'll just copy/paste for everyone here
I live in Germany and stumbled onto this by mistake a few years ago. We use a VPN to watch American television, basically fooling a cable subscription to think we are in the USA. You can move the VPN around to all different cities. One day, I was watching a game, and something happened that made me change the city we were VPN-ed in, and I ended up with a completely different game, and the light went on!
We use ExpressVPN because they have a router that you can get that has the VPN hardwired into the firmware of the router. That costs $200 last I checked. Then I buy their annual subscription for $100, look for the game I want, find out which cities it will be shown in, and adjust my VPN to one of those cities. Then I can stream right on my TV from the Fox or Paramount+ app. You do have to pay extra for Paramount+ (CBS), but Fox is free. You DO need a cable subscription (or YoutubeTV/equivalent) though, but you are freed from paying extra for Sunday Ticket this way. You also need either a smart TV or other device (I have AppleTV) to load the network apps on. Although you could skip all of that and watch on your computer if you wanted as well.
It’s worked for me for the past 5 years without any problems at all. It’s theoretically possible that the networks will figure this out, and on rare occasions, one of ExpressVPN’s locations gets figured out by a network. Their engineers are really good though, and usually have it sorted out quickly.
I use it here to watch NFL games and lots of soccer that isn’t broadcast in Europe.
I can send you a free month of the service (I’d get a free month too) if you’re interested, but I’m not that worried about the $10 or whatever.
One other thing: I've heard that there could be some issues with Comcast - that you can't stream your Comcast subscription to your own TV or something? So if that sounds familiar to you or that hasn't changed, definitely
do a little more research first.