How to watch England v Italy in the Euros final from anywhere in the world

England v Italy—don't miss the Euros 2020 final

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England v Italy is going to be the biggest match of the year. Tonight, England will go head-to-head with Italy in a bid to win the Euros 2020.

England scooped a 2-1 win against Denmark in the game watched by a huge 26 million viewers, including the Duke of Cambridge who was in the crowds at Wembley. 

Now, football fans from across the world are wondering how they can watch tonight's match from anywhere in the world.

Here's how... 


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What time is England v Italy showing on Sunday?

The England v Italy match will start at 8pm (GMT+1) on Sunday July 11 and is being played at Wembley stadium.

Depending on whether the game goes into extra time or even penalties, it could finish as late as 11pm.

In the UK the match will be aired on both BBC and ITV, and both streaming sites will make it available online via the BBC iPlayer and ITV Hub. 

Who is expected to play in the match?

England manager, Gareth Southgate, is a man who doesn't like to change things up too much so it's fair to say the team will probably remain largely the same with star players such as Harry Kane, Raheem Sterling, Harry Maguire and Bukayo Saka starting.

Jack Grealish, Kieran Trippier and Jordan Henderson have all made an appearance on the pitch in the last few games and could be in for some game-time on Sunday. 

How many fans will be at Wembley?

Although the COVID-19 pandemic is still forcing restrictions on some big events and festivals, the Euros 2020 has been used as a government pilot event meaning 60,000 lucky fans will be at Wembley for the final on Sunday. 

How to watch the England v Italy Euros live stream for free:

If you’re outside of the UK or Europe and don't have access to BBC or ITV, you may need to use a VPN in order to stream the highly-anticipated Euros 2020 final. 

This is a really handy bit of software that changes your IP address so that streaming services think you’re in the UK.

Our sister site, TechRadar, has tested all of the major VPN services and they rate ExpressVPN as the absolute best. They say, “It’s compatible with all of your devices, supports most streaming services, and ranks among the fastest. You can even install it on devices like an Amazon Fire TV Stick, Apple TV, Xbox, and PlayStation. So for a one-stop-shop, you can’t go wrong with Express.”

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