The UEFA Euro 2020 is well on its way to the semifinals and finals, which will take place in London, England at Wembley Stadium. After a week of upsets, including the strongly favored Netherlands, Cristiano Rinaldo’s Portugal and World Cup winner France all being knocked out of the tournament, we are still looking forward to a whole lot of exciting matches, including the England national team hosting Germany today, June 29.
HOW TO WATCH THE UEFA EURO 2020
Want to know how to watch all the coverage of the UEFA Euro 2020? ESPN and ABC has the access you need, with ESPN+ streaming the games live. If you’re already subscribed, congrats–you can start watching. But if you haven’t pulled the trigger on ESPN+, you can subscribe now for $5.99/month or $59.99/year. Or you can subscribe to the streaming bundle which includes ESPN+, Disney+ and Hulu for just $13.99/month.
WHERE TO WATCH CHAMPIONS LEAGUE IN THE USA
Starting Tuesday, June 29 with England vs. Germany in London and Sweden vs. Ukraine in Glasgow, it’s important to know that ESPN+ and ABC are the only broadcasters showing the games in the US, though you can also stream the games live on fuboTV, Hulu + Live TV and YouTube TV.
The quarterfinals take place this weekend, and on July 2 you can watch Switzerland take on Spain in St. Petersburg at noon and Belgium play Italy at 3pm in Munich. On Saturday, the Czech Republic plays Denmark at noon in Baku and the winners of Sweden/Ukraine take on the victors of England/Germany at 3pm. The semifinals will then be at 3pm on July 6 and 7, and the final is July 11—all games will be played in London at 3pm ET.
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