UEFA Euro is the 2nd most popular international soccer competition. The latest edition which took place in 2016 involved around 2 billion global viewers while a whopping 600 million watchers enjoyed the final. We are also expecting a large number of viewers for the upcoming edition. Fans from various parts of the planet will enjoy the month lengthy competition through various sources. Some may keep their eyes on TV sets while many others may pick online streaming as the option. In this content, we will discuss how viewers can enjoy UEFA Euro legally through online streaming, most useful VPN options, the tournament broadcasters as well as the competition schedule.

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Legal Options for UEFA Euro 2020 Online Streaming from Various Countries:

There will be plenty of apps and websites through which viewers can enjoy the actions live from various countries.

USA:

In United States, you will find a number of options to catch the actions live. Watchers can catch all the matches live in English language through 4 out of 5 major streaming media in the country. You can go for any of the following 4 options: fuboTV, AT&T TV, Hulu+ Live TV and YouTube TV. All these options (only except AT&T TV) do have starting packages costing 64.99 USD per month and each of them contains ESPN, ESPN2 as well as ABC. AT&T TV also gives you access to all the English commentary version broadcasting channels in the country but charges a bit more than it’s fellow counterparts as it makes the users pay 69.99 USD per month.

Apart from these, Sling TV Orange users can also enjoy most of the actions (46 out of 51 fixtures) only except the 5 matches broadcast through ABC. Sling Orange doesn’t contain ABC but gives access to the other two channels. By the way, the platform is pretty much cheaper as it’s monthly subscription fee is just 35 USD. In addition to these, the Spanish language users can catch the actions live through fuboTV. It’s the only platform which gives access to the Spanish language broadcasting channels along with the English version ones. Moreover, the viewers who do have TV subscription to ESPN and ABC, can catch the actions through online streaming via ESPN App and ABC App respectively without paying any extra penny.

Canada:

As Bell Media will be the exclusive English language broadcaster in Canada, viewers can enjoy the actions through TSN’s platforms. The ones with the TV subscription, can catch the actions live for free through TSN GO App. Meanwhile the cord cutters can find the matches live through TSN Direct. The service charges 4.99 CAD per day, while it’s monthly and half yearly (6 months) subscriptions make the users pay 19.99 CAD and 99.95 CAD respectively. French language users can watch the games live through TVA Sports En Direct.

United Kingdom:

BBC and ITV have retained the rights to broadcast the Euro 2020 live in England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales. Thus the viewers in UK can enjoy the Euro matches live though BBC iPlayer and ITV HUB. Both of the alluded options are free and the viewers are lucky enough, not to pay a single penny for enjoying actions through these.

Australia:

Optus Sport is the exclusive broadcaster of all the UEFA Euro matches live in Australia. The service is free for most of the Optus customers. However, prepaid customers can get the add-on service by paying additional charge. Non Optus customers can also sign up for the service. One can purchase the service via the app for only 14.99 AUD per month. It is also available with Fetch TV while the most economical option to enjoy the service is to get a Fetch TV Mini.

India:

Indian watchers who don’t have TV subscription to Sony Ten Network channels at home or want to catch the actions live through online streaming can, watch it via SonyLIV. The Premium package of the service which offers all the Sony Networks broadcasting sports events live including the entire UEFA Euro competition. The service has different subscription options. One can purchase it on monthly, half yearly and yearly basis for INR 299, INR 699 and INR 999 respectively. One can watch it through either SonyLIV website or can download the app.

Bet365:

Viewers from most parts of the planet can enjoy the UEFA Euro actions live through www.bet365.com or the Bet365 app. To enjoy the actions they just need to deposit 10 USD or more in their account. However, the deposited money will not be cut at all for watching the matches and can be used for gambling purpose as well.

UEFA Euro Live Stream

How to Watch UEFA Euro Live, If You Don’t Have Direct Streaming Options?

If you don’t have direct streaming options in your country or area, you can go for VPN as it is quick and wallet friendly for geo-blocking. In fact, it changes your IP address which allows you to travel virtually to almost any country. There are plenty of options to catch the Euro actions live through VPN. You can choose any of the following options to watch it from any part of the world.

Express VPN:

  • This is the fastest, most reliable and user friendly VPN
  • It provides 148 server locations
  • 30 day money back guarantee
  • 5 simultaneous connections
  • Charges 12.95 USD per month, 59.95 USD for 6 months and 99.95 USD per year

NordVPN:

  • 3483 servers in 59 countries (1100+ in USA and 430+ in UK)
  • 30 day money back guarantee
  • 6 simultaneous connections
  • Monthly subscription charge varies from 8 to 13 USD while annual subscription fee is around 70 USD

The Process of Streaming UEFA Euro 2020 with VPN:

  • Purchase a subscription from any of the VPN providers mentioned above.
  • Download and install the VPN program your VPN company provides.
  • Then Log in by using your VPN credentials.
  • Check out the server’s list and connect to a US server to stream ESPN or ABC; or a UK server to stream BBC iPlayer or ITV.
  • In the next step, open a clean instance of your browser or launch your streaming app, In case of, using via the browser, you must delete the previous caches before going to the streaming provider’s websites.
  • Then log into your account and stream the live action.

Worldwide Broadcasters Chart:

Americas:

Country or Region Broadcasters
United States of America ESPN, ABC (English); Univision, TUDN (Spanish)
Canada Bell Media (English); TVA Sports (French)
Brazil Groupo Globo
Bolivia Tigo Sports
South America (Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela) DirecTV
Mexico SKY Mexico
Caribbean ESPN Caribbean
Central America (Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama) SKY Mexico

Europe:

Country or Region Broadcasters
United Kingdom BBC, ITV
France TF1, F6, beIN SPORTS
Germany ARD, ZDF
Italy RAI, Sky Italia
Spain Mediaset Espana
Belgium RTBF, VRT
Portugal Sport TV
Albania RTSH, SuperSport
Austria ORF
Andorra Mediaset Espana, TF1, F6
Armenia Armenia TV
Azerbaijan ITV, Idman Azerbaijan TV
Belarus Beleteleradio
Bosnia and Herzegovina Nova BH, Sport Klub
Bulgaria BNT, Nova
Croatia HRT, Sport Klub
Cyprus CyBC
Czech Republic CT
Denmark DR, NENT
Estonia ERR
Finland Yle
Georgia GPB
Greece ANT1, IPG
Hungary MTV
Iceland 365 Media
Ireland RTE
Israel (Middle East but UEFA) Charlton
Kazakhstan Saran Media
Kosovo RTK, SuperSport
Latvia MTG
Lithuania LNK
Malta PBS
Moldova GMG
Montenegro Nova M, Sport Klub
Netherlands NOS
North Macedonia Sport Klub
Norway NRK, TV2
Poland TVP
Romania Pro TV
Russia Match TV, VGTRK, Previy Kanal
Serbia Sport Klub
San Marino RAI, Sky Italia
Slovakia RTVS
Slovenia Sport Klub, Sport TV
Sweden SVT, TV4
Switzerland SRG, SSR
Turkey TRT
Ukraine Ukraiyna, Football 1/2/3
  • Although Israel is a Middle East country, we have placed them in this chart as they’re also a UEFA representative and takes part in UEFA competitions.

Asia, Oceania and Pacific:

Country or Region Broadcasters
Australia Optus Sport
China CCTV, IQIYI, Migu, Shankai Sports
Indian Sub-Continent ((India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Nepal, Bhutan) Sony Pictures Networks
Brunei Astro
Cambodia CBS
Fiji FBC
Hong Kong PCCW Media
Indonesia IMG, MNC, Mola TV
Japan Wowow
Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan Saran
Macau TDM
Malaysia Astro
New Zealand SKY Sport NZ
Singapore Eleven Sports
Taiwan Eleven Sports
Uzbekistan Uzreport TV
Vietnam VTV

Middle East and Africa:

Country or Region Broadcasters
Middle East and North Africa (Algeria, Bahrain, Chad, Comoros, Djibouti, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Somalia, Sudan, Tunisia, Syria, United Arab Emirates, Yemen) beIN SPORTS
South Africa SuperSport
Sub-Saharan Africa SuperSport, Canal+, TVMS, StarTimes

UEFA Euro 2020 Complete Fixture:

Stage Date Time Fixture
Group Stage, Game Week 1 11 June 2021 3 pm ET, 9 pm CEST, 7 pm GMT Turkey vs Italy (M-01)
12 June 2021 9 am ET, 3 pm CEST, 1 pm GMT Wales vs Switzerland (M-02)
12 pm ET, 6 pm CEST, 4 pm GMT Denmark vs Finland (M-03)
3 pm ET, 9 pm CEST, 7 pm GMT Belgium vs Russia (M-04)
13 June 2021 9 am ET, 3 pm CEST, 1 pm GMT England vs Croatia (M-07)
12 pm ET, 6 pm CEST, 4 pm GMT Austria vs North Macedonia (M-06)
3 pm ET, 9 pm CEST, 7 pm GMT Netherland vs Ukraine (M-05)
14 June 2021 9 am ET, 3 pm CEST, 1 pm GMT Scotland vs Czech Republic (M-08)
12 pm ET, 6 pm CEST, 4 pm GMT Poland vs Slovakia (M-10)
3 pm ET, 9 pm CEST, 7 pm GMT Spain vs Sweden (M-09)
15 June 2021 12 pm ET, 6 pm CEST, 4 pm GMT Hungary vs Portugal (M-11)
3 pm ET, 9 pm CEST, 7 pm GMT France vs Germany (M-12)
Group Stage, Game Week 2 16 June 2021 9 am ET, 3 pm CEST, 1 pm GMT Finland vs Russia (M-15)
12 pm ET, 6 pm CEST, 4 pm GMT Turkey vs Wales (M-13)
3 pm ET, 9 pm CEST, 7 pm GMT Italy vs Switzerland (M-14)
17 June 2021 9 am ET, 3 pm CEST, 1 pm GMT Ukraine vs North Macedonia (M-18)
12 pm ET, 6 pm CEST, 4 pm GMT Denmark vs Belgium (M-16)
3 pm ET, 9 pm CEST, 7 pm GMT Netherlands vs Austria (M-17)
18 June 2021 9 am ET, 3 pm CEST, 1 pm GMT Sweden vs Slovakia (M-21)
12 pm ET, 6 pm CEST, 4 pm GMT Croatia vs Czech Republic (M-19)
3 pm ET, 9 pm CEST, 7 pm GMT England vs Scotland (M-20)
19 June 2021 9 am ET, 3 pm CEST, 1 pm GMT Hungary vs France (M-23)
12 pm ET, 6 pm CEST, 4 pm GMT Portugal vs Germany (M-24)
3 pm ET, 9 pm CEST, 7 pm GMT Spain vs Poland (M-22)
Group Stage, Game Week 3 20 June 2021 12 pm ET, 6 pm CEST, 4 pm GMT Switzerland vs Turkey (M-25)
12 pm ET, 6 pm CEST, 4 pm GMT Italy vs Wales (M-26)
21 June 2021 12 pm ET, 6 pm CEST, 4 pm GMT Ukraine vs Austria (M-30)
12 pm ET, 6 pm CEST, 4 pm GMT North Macedonia vs Netherlands (M-29)
3 pm ET, 9 pm CEST, 7 pm GMT Russia vs Denmark (M-27)
3 pm ET, 9 pm CEST, 7 pm GMT Finland vs Belgium (M-28)
22 June 2021 3 pm ET, 9 pm CEST, 7 pm GMT Croatia vs Scotland (M-31)
3 pm ET, 9 pm CEST, 7 pm GMT Czech Republic vs England (M-32)
23 June 2021 12 pm ET, 6 pm CEST, 4 pm GMT Sweden vs Poland (M-34)
12 pm ET, 6 pm CEST, 4 pm GMT Slovakia vs Spain (M-33)
3 pm ET, 9 pm CEST, 7 pm GMT Portugal vs France (M-35)
3 pm ET, 9 pm CEST, 7 pm GMT Germany vs Hungary (M-36)
Round of 16 26 June 2021 12 pm ET, 6 pm CEST, 4 pm GMT Runner-up Group A vs Runner-up Group B (M-38)
3 pm ET, 9 pm CEST, 7 pm GMT Winner Group A vs Runner-up Group C (M-37)
27 June 2021 12 pm ET, 6 pm CEST, 4 pm GMT Winner Group C vs 3rd Group D/E/F (M-40)
3 pm ET, 9 pm CEST, 7 pm GMT Winner Group B vs 3rd Group A/D/E/F (M-39)
28 June 2021 12 pm ET, 6 pm CEST, 4 pm GMT Runner-up Group D vs Runner-up Group E (M-42)
3 pm ET, 9 pm CEST, 7 pm GMT Winner Group F vs 3rd Group A/B/C (M-41)
29 June 2021 12 pm ET, 6 pm CEST, 4 pm GMT Winner Group D vs Runner-up Group F (M-44)
3 pm ET, 9 pm CEST, 7 pm GMT Winner Group E vs 3rd Group A/B/C/D (M-43)
Quarterfinal 2 July 2021 12 pm ET, 6 pm CEST, 4 pm GMT Winner Match 41 vs Winner Match 42 (M-45)
3 pm ET, 9 pm CEST, 7 pm GMT Winner Match 39 vs Winner Match 37 (M-46)
3 July 2021 12 pm ET, 6 pm CEST, 4 pm GMT Winner Match 40 vs Winner Match 38 (M-47)
3 pm ET, 9 pm CEST, 7 pm GMT Winner Match 43 vs Winner Match 44 (M-48)
Semifinal 6 July 2021 3 pm ET, 9 pm CEST, 7 pm GMT Winner Match 46 vs Winner Match 45 (M-49)
7 July 2021 3 pm ET, 9 pm CEST, 7 pm GMT Winner Match 48 vs Winner Match 47 (M-50)
Final 11 July 2021 3 pm ET, 9 pm CEST, 7 pm GMT Winner Match 49 vs Winner Match 50 (M-51)

Note:

  • All the given times are according to Eastern Time (for American viewers), Central European Summer Time (for European viewers).
  • We have also added the GMT, so that the people outside USA and Europe can estimate the starting time of the matches in their regions by calculating the time difference between their local time zone and GMT.