This time, it may well be coming home. England has made it to the Euro 2020 semi-finals and will go head-to-head with Denmark on home turf. The match is scheduled for 9 PM CEST (8 PM BST / 3 PM EST / 12 PM PST) on July 7, and will take place at Wembley Stadium in London. This is one game you won’t want to miss, and luckily, you won’t have to; read on for a full guide to watching England vs Denmark online for free.
It goes without saying that we only recommend watching via official sources. Unlicensed streams are known for their tendency to be taken down at inopportune moments, and their video quality is usually pretty poor to begin with. Official sources, on the other hand, guarantee the best possible viewing experience. Most of the services mentioned below let you watch England vs Denmark for free anyway, rendering unauthorized streams completely pointless.
The England vs Denmark match will air almost exclusively on region-locked platforms. If you’re abroad at the moment, this means you’ll most likely need a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to watch on the same services you’d use at home.
How to watch England vs Denmark online from anywhere
Millions of people around the world use VPNs to improve their digital privacy. That said, these services are also popular for their ability to bypass geographic restrictions. This is especially helpful if you’re traveling abroad and looking to unblock your usual streaming services. Read on for a step-by-step guide to watching Euro 2020 from abroad.
Here’s how to watch England vs Denmark online from anywhere:
- Begin by deciding which VPN you’d like to use. We recommend NordVPN, but Surfshark and ExpressVPN are two exceptionally fast and secure alternatives.
- Download the VPN app and install it on any device you stream with regularly. Be aware that most providers only let you have around five devices connected at the same time.
- Next, log in and select a server in your home country. You should now have a local IP address and be able to access geo-blocked services from back home.
- Visit your preferred streaming service and play a video. If it loads, everything has worked properly. If not, we’d recommend clearing your cookies and cache before refreshing the page. For help with more stubborn issues, get in touch with your VPN’s support team.
This is a huge match and it’ll be broadcast live. These are two great reasons to spend a few minutes making sure your VPN works properly ahead of time. Finding problems early ensures you’ll have plenty of time to address any problems with the help of your VPN’s support team.
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How to live stream England vs Denmark for free on US TV
England vs Denmark will be available live on ESPN, along with the other two Euro 2020 matches that are left. Existing subscribers can watch the game online by logging in with their cable provider details. To stream England vs Denmark online without cable, however, you’ll have to use one of the many over-the-top services that carries ESPN.
The best options are YouTube TV, FuboTV, and Hulu with Live TV, since all three of these include a free trial period that’s long enough for you to watch the rest of the tournament. You might want to set a reminder to cancel before being charged, though, since each of these usually costs $64.99 USD per month. There’s also Sling TV — there’s no trial period, but it does offer a steep discount on your first month ($10 instead of $35).
All of these services are region-locked, so if you’re outside of the US, you’ll need a VPN. NordVPN includes a 30-day money-back guarantee, meaning you’ll be able to try it risk-free and decide for yourself if it’s worth keeping. If not, just cancel to get a full refund.
Where else can I stream England vs Denmark live online?
You don’t have to be in the US to watch Euro 2020 live online. In fact, there are over 200 international broadcast partners, and below, we’ll let you know which one you should use based on which country you’re in.
British soccer fans can stream the England vs Denmark game live on ITV Hub. You will be asked to create an account before you can watch, but this is free and very easy to do. As well as a live broadcast, ITV Hub will let you replay the match on-demand just a few hours after it finishes.
Note that you’ll need a TV license if you intend to watch this game live. However, despite this being a legal requirement, ITV Hub doesn’t actually check whether you have one. It’s also worth mentioning that you do not require a TV license to stream England vs Denmark on-demand using ITV Hub.
This service is geo-restricted. In other words, if you’re not in the UK, you’ll have to use a British VPN server to access it.
Unfortunately, the only network showing this Euro 2020 fixture for free is TVA, which broadcasts exclusively in French. It’ll also offer live broadcasts of the other two matches that are left, plus on-demand replays mere hours after they end.
If you’d like to watch with English commentary, you’ll need a TSN account. Already have one? Great — simply sign into the TSN website or app and you can start streaming right away. If you’re not already subscribed, you can pick up a digital pass for $19.99 CAD per month or $7.99 for 24 hours of access.
TSN and TVA are both geo-blocked, meaning you’ll need a VPN to use them outside of Canada.
If you’re looking to stream the 2020 European Championship in Australia, your only option is Optus Sport. Normally, this service is $14.99 AUD per month, but if you already receive these channels as part of your cable plan, you can just log into the website and watch for free.
Optus Sport isn’t usually available outside of Australia. By connecting to one of your VPN’s Australian servers, though, you can access it from anywhere.
Every single fixture so far has been available, free of charge, on DRTV, and the remaining three will be as well. In fact, you don’t even have to sign up to watch; as long as you’re in Denmark or have a Danish IP address, you’ll be able to stream England vs Denmark for free.
Didn’t see your location mentioned above? No problem, just take a look at UEFA’s Euro 2020 broadcaster list. Most of the services showing England vs Denmark will be listed here, although there may be sub-licensing agreements in your country that allow local streaming services to broadcast certain matches too. You can usually find out about these with a few quick Google searches, though, so you shouldn’t have to look too hard to find a suitable way to watch.
Which team is expected to win: England or Denmark?
Let’s start by mentioning that even if it loses, this is England’s best result since 1996. That said, it’s currently the favorite to win, and there are a couple of key reasons why. Firstly, England has made it this far without conceding a single goal — no small feature given the quality of its opponents until this point. There’s also the fact that Denmark has given up a goal in 80% of its Euro 2020 fixtures. Further, the last time these two teams played, Eriksen was the only Danish player to score, and he won’t be available, having collapsed early on in the tournament.
Of course, Denmark has only lost one match so far, and only then by a single goal. Further, the team they lost to was Belgium, the world’s top-ranked team. Ultimately, anything could happen, which is why you’ll have to watch it for yourself.
What do the England and Denmark squads look like?
Other than Christian Eriksen, no players are suspended, injured, or in any way absent from the roster. It’s almost certain that Southgate will continue to field Kane, Sterling, and Pickford, who have played in all five matches so far. Denmark’s manager, Hjulmand, has kept his back line fairly static too, with Vestergaard, Kjær, Mæhle, and Christensen likely to appear. Here are the full squad lists for England and Denmark:
|GK Aaron Ramsdal, Sheffield United||GK Kasper Schmeichel, Leicester City|
|GK Sam Johnstone, West Brom||GK Jonas Lossl, Midtjylland|
|GK Jordan Pickford, Everton||GK Frederik Ronnow, Schalke|
|DF Ben White, Brighton||DF Jannik Vestergaard, Southampton)|
|DF Ben Chilwell, Chelsea||DF Simon Kjær, AC Milan|
|DF Conor Coady, Wolves||DF Daniel Wass, Valencia|
|DF Reece James, Chelsea||DF Joakim Mæhle, Atalanta|
|DF Harry Maguire, Manchester United||DF Andreas Christensen, Chelsea|
|DF Tyrone Mings, Aston Villa||DF Nicolai Boilesen, Copenhagen|
|DF Luke Shaw, Manchester United||DF Joachim Andersen, Fulham|
|DF John Stones, Manchester City||DF Jens Stryger Larsen, Udinese|
|DF Kieran Trippier, Atlético Madrid||DF Mathias Jørgensen, Copenhagen|
|DF Kyle Walker, Manchester City||MF Thomas Delaney, Borussia Dortmund|
|MF Jude Bellingham, Borussia Dortmund||MF Christian Eriksen, Internazionale|
|MF Jordan Henderson, Liverpool||MF Mathias Jensen, Brentford|
|MF Mason Mount, Chelsea||MF Anders Christiansen, Malmö|
|MF Kalvin Phillips, Leeds United||MF Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, Tottenham Hotspur|
|MF Declan Rice, West Ham United||MF Mikkel Damsgaard, Sampdoria|
|FW Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Everton||MF Christian Norgaard, Brentford|
|FW Phil Foden, Manchester City||MF Robert Skov, Hoffenheim|
|FW Jack Grealish, Aston Villa||FW Martin Braithwaite, Barcelona|
|FW Harry Kane, Tottenham Hotspur||FW Jonas Wind, Copenhagen|
|FW Marcus Rashford, Manchester United||FW Andreas Cornelius, Parma|
|FW Bukayo Saka, Arsenal||FW Yussuf Poulsen, RB Leipzig|
|FW Jadon Sancho, Borussia Dortmund)||FW Andreas Skov Olsen, Bologna|
|FW Raheem Sterling, Manchester City)||FW Kasper Dolberg, Nice|