WATCH: International Events from the Comfort of Your Couch

If your weekend plans are looking a hair lackluster, we’ve got you covered. The lineup of international events this weekend can take you all over the globe without you ever having to buy a plane ticket.

CAN-Eric Lamaze rides Coco Bongo during the Longines FEI Nations Cup Jumping Final – First Qualifier. 2017 ESP-Longines FEI Nations Cup Jumping Final – CSIO Barcelona. Real Club de Polo de Barcelona. Thursday 28 September. Photo by FEI/ Libby Law Photography

The CSIO5* Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup is in Coapexpan, Mexico this weekend. We have documented all the details you need to know prior to logging on for the live stream HERE. Access to the Nations Cup live stream is available HERE through FEI TV. A subscription is required to view the live stream, but there are multiple options that could work for a variety of pocketbooks.

The Longines Global Champions Tour and the Global Champions League returns to your computer screens this weekend from Shanghai, China. Running from Friday the 20th to Sunday the 22nd, this weekend’s LGCT competition promises to be nothing short of exciting. We have summed up all the details and schedule HEREYou can find the live stream through GCT TV HERE.

Beautiful Oliva, Spain is host to the CSI2* Mediterranean Tour. You can be an international jet-setter without leaving your living room by checking out the live stream HERE.

Or if Germany is more your cup of tea, consider watching the CSI2* competition at the Eschweiler Jumping Festival in Eschweiler, Germany. With classes for young horses and international riders galore, Eschweiler is an event to tune into. Live stream is available through Clip My Horse TV HERE.

Over in Opglabbeek, Belgium you can follow along with the CSI2* classes being held at Sentower Park HERE. Or you can hop on over to watch the Linzer Pferdefestival in Linz, Austria which continues this week. Keep up with everything going on in Austria HERE.

Go Jumping!