Euro 2016: Watch it online

By : |June 13, 2016 0

It’s time for Football fever once again. Soccer mania knows no boundaries across the globe; irrespective of nations being part of playing teams or not, the game is diligently followed by millions.

The Euro 2016 tournament, second best thing after a World Cup event will see 24 best European teams facing off against each other in France for a full month, at the UEFA competition. TV networks around the world are broadcasting all games of the tournament and, as you might expect, you can watch them online as well.

Cable connection

In the US, ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN Deportes are broadcasting the Euro 2016 championship, but you need cable to see the games. If you have friends or family who still pay for cable, then make sure you borrow their logins and load the Watch ESPN app on your smart device.

Of course, there are ways to watch all of the games online, Cut Cable Today explains, without having to pay for cable just for this particular tournament.

A basic Sling TV subscription will cost you $20 (first week, its free), and the package includes both ESPN and ESPN2. For ESPN Deportes, pay an additional $5 each month, but you can cancel the subscription once the tournament is over.

Moreover, there are some exciting promos going on at the moment. T-Mobile subscribers can get 30 percent off the subscription cost. Even better, if you subscribe to Sling for three months you’ll get a free Roku 2 player, which isn’t a bad deal.

If Sling isn’t meant for you then there’s PlayStation Vue, which will get you access to more than 55 channels, including ESPN and ESPN2 for $30 a month. The service also offers a free seven-day trial. In fact, combining Sling and PlayStation Vue will get you 14 days of free European football, as long as you remember to cancel before each trial is over.

Not so legal routes

But if you don’t want to shell out a penny or don’t know anyone with cable connection, then you can try to use a VPN service that has British servers. That way, you can pretend you’re in the UK and load the games using the BBC iPlayer or ITV Hub apps. As PC Advisor explains, both BBC and ITV will broadcast the matches.

There are shadier ways to watch the Euro 2016 games online, but these include streaming sites that aren’t exactly legal, so proceed with caution if you go that route.

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