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- The last match of the Euro 2020 soccer championship will be broadcast on July 11 at 3 p.m. ET.
- Euro 2020 matches can be streamed without cable on ESPN+ ($6/month).
- You can also stream the final on any live TV service that includes ESPN, like Sling and Hulu + Live.
After being postponed for a year due to the coronavirus, the European Football Championship held by the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) is about to come to an exciting conclusion. Due to the tournament only happening every four years, this installment is still called UEFA Euro 2020.
Italy secured their spot in the finals on July 6, beating Spain during an intense penalty shootout. England and Denmark face off in the semi-finals to see who will play against Italy for the championship. Neither England nor Denmark have made it to the UEFA Euro semi-finals since the ’90s, and if England wins the match, it will be their first time reaching the finals.
Viewers tuning in for the last rounds of Euro 2020 have two matches left to watch:
- England vs. Denmark – July 7 at 3 p.m. ET on ESPN and ESPN+
- Italy vs. TBA – July 11 at 3 p.m. ET on ESPN and ESPN+
Soccer fans in the United States who are cable subscribers can watch both games live on ESPN. If you don’t have access to cable, there are multiple ways you can stream Euro 2020 matches as they happen.
Where to watch Euro 2020 finals without cable
You don’t need cable to experience the heart-pounding conclusion of the Euro 2020 tournament. Euro 2020 finals are available to watch live via ESPN+ ($6/month). The games are also available with a subscription to any live TV streaming service that includes ESPN: Sling TV, FuboTV, YouTube TV, and Hulu + Live TV.
ESPN+ is the most affordable streaming option to watch the Euro 2020 finals. The service costs $6 a month and includes all of the remaining matches. Even though ESPN+ does not offer the live ESPN channel, subscribers still get access to select live sports events, UFC matches, documentaries in the “30 for 30” series, and multiple original series.
For more information, take a look at our full breakdown of ESPN+.
Sling TV is another affordable option for viewers that want access to the Euro 2020 finals without breaking the bank. You can watch Euro 2020 finals with the Sling Orange package that includes ESPN. The service is currently running a promotion where new subscribers get $25 off their first month, so your first month of Sling Orange will cost just $10. Following your first month, the service will renew for $35/month unless you cancel.
Check out our review of Sling TV here.
FuboTV is another subscription streaming service with live TV plans that include ESPN. You can watch the Euro 2020 finals with the FuboTV Starter plan for $65 a month.
If you’re interested in trying FuboTV, check out our explainer on how to watch FuboTV and its many different packages.
Hulu + Live TV also offers access to the Euro 2020 finals via ESPN. The service costs $65 a month for over 65 live channels, along with access to Hulu’s entire on-demand streaming catalog.
Read our explainer on Hulu + Live TV for additional information about available channels and packages.
Finally, YouTube TV includes ESPN as well for live streaming access to the Euro 2020 finals. You can sign up for $65 a month. The service has over 85 channels, including additional sports stations like NFL, NBA, and MLB Network.