How to Watch UEFA Euro 2020 Live Online

Published: Dec 7, 2019

Follow these three simple steps and watch the UEFA Euro 2020 live and online from anywhere in the world:

  1. Subscribe to PureVPN
  2. Connect to a UK server location
  3. Log in to ITV and get watching

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The 2020 UEFA European Football Championship or UEFA Euro 2020 is an upcoming international men’s football championship, featuring teams from all over Europe. The event is set to take place in 12 different cities, each of which is going to be from a different UEFA country. The Group Stage round is set to kick off from 12 June 2019. The grand finale, which is going to decide which team is the European champion, is going to be held on July 12, 2020.

Where to Watch the UEFA Euro 2020

After the World Cup, the UEFA Euro is the next big thing in the world of football. As a result, there are several different channels that broadcast the event and all of its matches live and online. This includes channels from both, UEFA countires and the rest. Here is a list of the most popular ones:

Countries TV Channels
United States ESPN, Univision
Azerbaijan ITV
Belgium VRT, RTBF
Czech Republic CT
Denmark NENT
France TF1
Germany ARD
Italy RAI
Netherlands NOS
Norway NRK
Portugal Sport TV
Spain Mediaset Espana
United Kingdom BBC, ITV
Australia Optus Sport
Brazil Globosat
Canada Bell Media
China CCTV
New Zealand Sky Sport
Singapore Eleven Sport

How to Watch UEFA Euro 2020 For Free

Since the UEFA Euro is an international event, it is broadcasted all over the world. However, most channels that live stream the Euro matches often come with paid subscriptions which are quite expensive. So, if you are interested in watching the UEFA Euro 2020 without having to pay for these subscriptions, we have you covered. Follow these steps below and start streaming.

  1. Download and install PureVPN
  2. Connect to a UK server location
  3. Head to ITV and star streaming

UEFA Euro 2020 Preview

Last year, we saw Portugal take home the coveted Euro 2016 trophy, which makes them the defending champions this year. However, with other teams like England, Italy and Spain performing exceptionally well, things are going to be quite interesting in 2020. Plus, this is going to be the very first Euro championship to feature in the highly controversial video assistant feature, VAR.