Last year, European football fans were left disappointed after UEFA was forced to cancel Euro 2020. The tournament is a big part of the football calendar, even though it only comes around every four years.
And it’s not just European fans. Anyone who appreciates the beautiful game looks forward to watching some of the world’s best footballers compete against each other to become champions of Europe.
But, the wait is nearly over as the Euro 2021 finally kicks off on June 11, 364 days after it was initially scheduled to begin. Read on to find out how fans will be catching all the action live from the comfort of their homes.
The Euros always feature grudge matches and massive clashes and this year’s competition will be no different. With the schedule for the group stages already revealed, here are three matches that no fan should miss.
England vs. Croatia
The last time they met, Croatia knocked England out of the 2018 World Cup. England will want to make sure the Croatians don’t succeed in dashing its trophy hopes again. Playing at Wembley will give England the home advantage. But will this be enough to overcome Croatia?
Portugal vs. Germany
Portugal is the current Euro championship holder and is drawn against three-time winners, Germany. Christiano Ronaldo is always an exciting player to watch and at the age of 36, this could be his last chance to lift the trophy. Germany is a relatively young squad that will definitely give Ronaldo and his fellow teammates some trouble.
Finland vs. Denmark
This is the first time Finland has made it to a major men’s football tournament. Denmark failed to qualify for the 2016 competition but is back this year with Christian Erikson, arguably one of the best attacking midfielders in the world. Who will triumph in this clash of Nordic nations?
Where to Watch
Unlike previous years, 2021 sees the competition’s 51 games being held in 12 different countries. Although players will travel between venues, current travel restrictions mean it’s unlikely many fans will be in stadiums to cheer on their teams. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to catch all the live action.
Free Streaming Services
Many fans will be able to watch national and cable channels for free on their TV, on the internet, or via the provider’s app. The following are just a handful of the national broadcasters showing some or all of the Euro 2021 matches.
● UK: ITV, BBC
● Germany: ARD, ZDF
● Italy: RAI
● France: TFI, M6
Sports fans who have signed up for paid streaming services will not be disappointed as many of them will be showing all stages of the tournament. Hulu, YouTube TV, and AT&T TV will all be showing live US coverage from ESPN, ESPN2, and ABC networks.
How to Stream Euro 2021
No matter where you are in the world, Euro 2021 is just a few clicks away. By using a VPN, you can log onto any of the free streaming services and watch every match live.
To watch every match live, all you need to do is the following:
● Download a VPN.
● Connect to a server in the country where the streaming service is located.
● Log in to the provider’s website or download its app.
● Press play and cheer on your favorite team.
Streaming all the action from Euro 2021 is easy, no matter where you’re based in the world, you can keep up with the tournament. Use a VPN for added privacy and enjoy the excitement of the championships — and the beauty of the game — without leaving your living room.Fastest Paying Betting Site in Nigeria: Grab your 140% First Time Deposit Bonus Now — www.Sportybet.Com Copyright © 2021 Completesports.com All rights reserved. The information contained in Completesports.com may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without the prior written authority of Completesports.com.