Euro 2020 qualification is coming to a head this weekend, with most countries only having a game or two left to try and secure their spot at next summer’s showpiece tournament. As UEFA’s European Championship goes on the road for the first time with an array of host countries and cities across the continent, this isn’t a tournament to miss out on. So, you probably want to know how you can tune in to see the action, and watch the Euro 2020 qualifiers online.
There are certainly some tasty fixtures to get stuck into between Thursday and Tuesday, with all of the top countries in action as they aim to build some momentum ahead of next summer. Gareth Southgate is looking to wrap up England’s spot at Euro 2020 after a positive World Cup last year, with the Three Lions hosting Montenegro at Wembley on Thursday.
Spain meanwhile host Malta on Friday evening, at the same time as Italy pay a visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina in one of the Euro 2020 qualifiers you can watch online. Both Spain and Italy should top their respective groups, although world champions France still have work to do to ensure their passage to next summer’s tournament as group winners. Kylian Mbappe and co. play host to Moldova on Thursday just after current leaders Turkey face Iceland at home.
From Russia vs. Belgium to Northern Ireland vs. Netherlands and the Republic of Ireland vs. Denmark, there are intriguing fixtures everywhere you look over the coming days. So, where can you watch Euro 2020 qualifiers online?
Sky Sports have the exclusive rights to Euro 2020 qualification in the UK. This means you can use the red button to watch any game you like on TV, but if you want to watch football online then you can use the Sky Go app instead.
Of course, Sky is a paid service which you need a subscription for. If you don’t already have Sky and don’t want to sign up, you could purchase a Sky Sports day pass for £9.99 through Now TV, while a £14.99 week pass will cover you for all of the final round of Euro 2020 qualification fixtures. As well as being able to watch the games on your TV, you can also access Now TV via an app on your computer, phone or tablet.
Usually, you can stream live football for free with bookmakers such as Bet356 and William Hill. However, Sky having exclusive rights for these qualifiers means that you won’t be able to find Euro 2020 streams with bookmakers like this.
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To watch football streams for free, all you usually need to do is have a funded account, or to have placed a bet within the last 24 hours before kick-off in the game you want to see. And don’t forget to check out our match previews, where we’ve got a selection of Euro 2020 qualifying predictions and previews full of free betting tips and odds.