How to watch Euro 2020
Want to watch every match of Euro 2020? Look no further with our handy guide.
Euro 2020 is finally upon us, and after being delayed for over a year, your appetite for international football is probably at an all-time high. With some of the greatest players playing all at once as well as fans being allowed back in stadiums, Euro 2020 is set to be a scorcher of a tournament. And even if England don’t end up doing well, there’s sure to be plenty of excellent matches that you can catch. Here’s how to watch every game this summer.
Who has the rights to Euro 2020?
All of the matches included in Euro 2020 are available to watch on either BBC or ITV, meaning you won’t have to pay anything extra to catch all the action. No matter which TV service you use, you’ll have access to both BBC and ITV.
Can I watch Euro 2020 in HD?
Both BBC and ITV have HD versions of their main channels, so make sure you’re tuning in there to get the higher fidelity if you’re watching on a HD TV. The tournament starts on June 11th at 8pm on BBC1 with Italy hosting Turkey and ends on July 11th, giving you a whole summer of free football.
Can I stream Euro 2020?
If you fancy watching on the go or chilling on the sofa with an iPad, you can still watch all the matches. Both BBC and ITV have free streaming services (BBC iPlayer and ITV Hub) that you can stream the games on live. You’ll also be able to catch up on any games you’ve missed using this method.
Can I watch Euro 2020 in 4K?
While neither BBC nor ITV broadcasts in 4K, you’ll still be able to stream in 4K using BBC iPlayer, so if you have a 4K smart TV, make sure you have the app downloaded and ready to watch in Ultra HD.
When are England playing in Euro 2020?
England are in group D along with Croatia, Scotland and Czech Republic, with the Three Lions playing all three teams once. Here’s the full list of England’s fixture, though obviously there’ll be more if they get to the quarter finals:
Sunday June 13 - England vs Croatia (2pm, BBC)
Friday June 18 - England vs Scotland (8pm, ITV)
Tuesday June 22 - Czech Republic vs England (8pm, ITV)