How to watch England in the France Euro 2016 online whilst abroad!
Ahead of the England VS Russia game today we’re sharing how you can watch the game from the comfort of your hotel pool, beach or cabana!
Watching the Euro abroad can sometimes be a difficult task, especially if you’re missing the UK commentary or struggling to find a bar of Brits. Here’s our secret to watching the football on your iPad, iPhone or computer.
VPN Software that makes your device think it’s in the UK!
Head on over to https://www.expressvpn.com and sign up to the 1 month package for $19.95 / £8.95 !
STEP ONE: Download the VPN app on your phone, computer or tablet.
Once you’ve got the App installed open the software and press allow on both screens. Once done set your location as UK then press connect.
Now your device is securely connected to the UK so it’s like you’re back at home.
STEP TWO: Find out what App the Euro Match is on
List of all matches times and Apps at the bottom of this blog.
STEP THREE: Download the TV App and stream Away!
Depending on what channel the game is on:
Install the ITV player App or visit: http://www.itv.com/itvplayer
Select live TV and sit back and enjoy…
“Watch live coverage of the UEFA Euro 2016 finals in France on ITV, plus get match highlights, news, fixtures, results, videos, interviews and features.”
Not on ITV? Install the BBC player App or visit: http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer
Select BBC1 then live TV.
“Our full match coverage will be available to stream and download on BBC iPlayer. You will be able to catch-up with matches for up to 30 days.
Audiences will also have the ability to ‘rewind’ back up to 2 hours when watching one of the BBC channels on iPlayer on desktop, laptop computers, mobile devices via browser and supported TV devices. This feature – known as Live Restart – which allows viewers to jump to the beginning of a match could prove invaluable to ensure no action is missed from Euro 2016.”
Whichever team you’re supporting we hope you enjoy the games wherever you may be!
Watch Euro 2016 Online – What App is it streaming on?
Sunday 12 June
14:00 (ITV) Turkey v Croatia
17:00 (BBC) Poland v Northern Ireland
20:00 (BBC) Germany v Ukraine
Monday 13 June
14:00 (ITV) Spain v Czech Republic
17:00 (BBC) Republic of Ireland v Sweden
20:00 (BBC) Belgium v Italy
Tuesday 14 June
17:00 (ITV) Austria v Hungary
20:00 (BBC) Portugal v Iceland
Wednesday 15 June
14:00 (BBC) Russia v Slovakia
17:00 (ITV) Romania v Switzerland
20:00 (ITV) France v Albania
Thursday 16 June
14:00 (BBC) England v Wales
17:00 (ITV) Ukraine v Northern Ireland
20:00 (ITV) Germany v Poland
Friday 17 June
14:00 (ITV) Italy v Sweden
17:00 (BBC) Czech Republic v Croatia
20:00 (ITV) Spain v Turkey
Saturday 18 June
14:00 (ITV) Belgium v Republic of Ireland
17:00 (BBC) Iceland v Hungary
20:00 (BBC) Portugal v Austria
Sunday 19 June
20:00 (BBC) Romania v Albania
20:00 (BBC) Switzerland v France
Monday 20 June
20:00 (ITV) Russia v Wales
20:00 (ITV) Slovakia v England
Tuesday 21 June
17:00 (BBC) Northern Ireland v Germany
17:00 (BBC) Ukraine v Poland
20:00 (ITV) Croatia v Spain
20:00 (ITV) Czech Republic v Turkey
Wednesday 22 June
17:00 (BBC) Hungary v Portugal
17:00 (BBC) Iceland v Austria
20:00 (ITV) Italy v Republic of Ireland
20:00 (ITV) Sweden v Belgium
Saturday 25 June
14:00 (TBC) RU Group A v RU Group C
17:00 (TBC) Winner Group B V 3rd Group A/C/D
20:00 (TBC) Winner Group D v 3rd Group B/E/F
Sunday 26 June
14:00 (TBC) Winner Group A v 3rd Group A/B/F
17:00 (TBC) Winner Group C V 3rd Group A/B/F
20:00 (TBC) Winner Group F v RU Group E
Monday 27 June
17:00 (TBC) Winner Group E v RU Group D
20:00 (TBC) RU Group B v RU Group F
Thursday 30 June
20:00 (TBC) Quarter-final 1
Friday 1 July
20:00 (TBC) Quarter-final 2
Saturday 2 July
20:00 (TBC) Quarter-final 3
Sunday 3 July
20:00 (TBC) Quarter-final 4
Wednesday 6 July
20:00 (TBC) Semi-final 1
Thursday 7 July
20:00 (TBC) Semi-final 2
Sunday 10 July
20:00 (BBC and ITV) Final