watch Italy vs England live online VPN

July 11 is a monumental day for England fans. At 9 PM CEST (8 PM BST / 12 PM PST / 3 PM EST), the national squad will play against Italy in the Euro 2020 final. This will be the nation’s first-ever time making it to the final of the European Championship, and it does so in great form, having conceded just a single goal in over 700 minutes of play. Italy has also had a phenomenal run, though, and isn’t about to make things easy for its opponents. Whichever team wins, this promises to be a history-making match, so clear your schedule and read on for details on how to stream Italy vs England live online.

The Euro 2020 final is, without a doubt, the biggest soccer event of this year. This makes unlicensed streams all but inevitable, however, we don’t recommend using them. Official sources not only provide higher video quality, they can’t be taken down for violating copyright. This is a once-in-a-generation game, so why risk missing out due to a dodgy stream? Besides, there are lots of ways to live stream Italy vs England for free legally, as we’ll explain below.

Most streaming platforms showing this match are only available in specific countries. Traveling abroad? You’ll likely need a VPN to watch on the same services you would at home.

How to watch the Euro 2020 final live online from abroad

With a VPN, it’s possible to make it look like you’re browsing the web from a different country entirely. This helps you bypass geographic restrictions while improving your online anonymity.

Here’s how to stream England vs Italy (Euro 2020 final) online from anywhere:

  1. Begin by deciding which VPN you’d like to use. We recommend NordVPN but Surfshark and ExpressVPN are two exceptional alternatives.
  2. Install the app onto any device you use for streaming regularly. Remember: most providers allow you to secure around five devices simultaneously.
  3. Open the app, log in, and choose a server in your home country. This changes your IP address, which tricks your usual services into thinking you’re still at home.
  4. Visit your chosen streaming service and play a video. If all has gone well, it should start immediately. If not, you can fix most issues by clearing your cookies and reloading the page. Still having problems? Contact your VPN’s support team for one-on-one help.

Italy vs England will air live, so it’s really important you test your VPN ahead of time. This only takes a second, but it lets you identify and resolve any technical issues before kickoff, instead of forcing you to frantically contact support staff at the last second.


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How to stream Italy vs England for free on UK TV

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The Euro 2020 final will be broadcast simultaneously on both BBC iPlayer and ITV Hub (or STV Player, if you’re in Scotland). These platforms are all completely free to use, although an account is needed before you’ll be able to actually watch anything. Signing up only takes a second, and just requires you to provide a valid UK postcode (any will do).

Planning on watching the game live? If so, or if you want to watch on-demand using BBC iPlayer, you’ll need a TV license. The services above ask the user to confirm that they have a license but don’t actually verify this, which is surprising given that having one is a legal requirement.

BBC and ITV services are usually inaccessible from outside of the UK, but with the help of a VPN, you can use them from anywhere. NordVPN includes a 30-day money-back guarantee, allowing you to try it out for yourself, risk-free. Not impressed? Just cancel during the 30-day period to receive a full refund.

Where else can I watch Italy vs England online?

It’s actually very easy to live stream Euro 2020 matches from outside of the UK. In fact, there are over 200 broadcasters, so wherever you are at the moment, you should be able to watch. Here’s a quick guide to watching Italy vs England in your country:


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ESPN is the only place you can stream Italy vs England in the US. Existing subscribers can simply log into the website and watch at no added cost, but everyone else will have to sign up for an over-the-top service instead. Luckily, there are plenty of options for people hoping to stream the Euro 2020 final without cable.

FuboTV, YouTube TV, and Hulu with Live TV all let you watch ESPN live, and best of all, they all offer a free trial. In other words, you can simply sign up, stream the match, and cancel before your payment method is charged. Sling TV also carries ESPN but no longer offers a trial (though your first month is heavily discounted, at $10 USD instead of $35).

All of the above services are region-locked. If you’re traveling outside of the US, you won’t be able to access them unless you have a VPN.



Canadian soccer fans have two ways to watch this match: in English using TSN or in French on TVA. If you speak French (or don’t care about commentary), we’d recommend using TVA since this platform is completely free to use. TSN, on the other hand, requires you to either log in with your cable provider details or pay for an online pass ($7.99 CAD per day, $19.99 per month).

TVA and TSN are both geo-blocked, which means you’ll have to be in Canada or using a Canadian VPN server to access them.



The only network broadcasting the Euro 2020 final in Australia is Optus Sport. If you already have access to this channel via your cable subscription, you can just log into the website and watch online without paying anything extra. Everyone else, however, must pay $14.99 AUD per month for a digital subscription.

Optus Sport won’t work unless you’re in Australia or have an Australian IP address.


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When RaiPlay picked up the rights to all of Italy’s matches, who knew it’d also be gaining the rights to the 2020 European Championship final? Fans can stream this fixture live (and later, on-demand) for free after they’ve created an account. Due to regional restrictions, you will have to be in Italy or using one of your VPN’s Italian servers.

Euro 2020 final: which team is the favorite?

Despite having won just one of the last eight matches against Italy, England are slight favorites to win this. The squad has shown that it’s formidable in terms of both offense and defense, with Kane and Sterling punishing rival keepers semi-regularly and Pickford letting in a single goal so far.

However, Italy didn’t make it this far by playing poorly and shouldn’t be taken lightly. The squad have scored in every single fixture in this tournament and even managed to beat the world’s #1 team, Belgium, in the quarter-finals.

Who’s playing in the Euro 2020 final?

Gareth Southgate might have switched out a few players here and there but the core of his squad has remained the same throughout Euro 2020. As such, we can reasonably assume that Kane, Sterling, McGuire, and Rice will play in the final.

It’s more difficult to predict who Italy will play. To begin with, its star defender Spinazzola was injured, and won’t be back. Further, Mancini has rotated his squad a little more, meaning he’s less reliant on one set lineup. Still, it’s safe to say Jorginho and Chiesa will be in the midfield, with Belotti and Immobile likely to make up a large part of the attacking force.

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GK Gianluigi Donnarumma, AC MilanGK Sam Johnstone, West Brom
GK Alex Meret, NapoliGK Jordan Pickford, Everton
DF Giorgio Chiellini, JuventusDF Ben White, Brighton
DF Leonardo Bonucci, JuventusDF Ben Chilwell, Chelsea
DF Alessandro Florenzi, Paris Saint-GermainDF Conor Coady, Wolves
DF Francesco Acerbi, LazioDF Reece James, Chelsea
DF Emerson Palmieri, ChelseaDF Harry Maguire, Manchester United
DF Leonardo Spinazzola, RomaDF Tyrone Mings, Aston Villa
DF Giovanni Di Lorenzo, NapoliDF Luke Shaw, Manchester United
DF Alessandro Bastoni, InternazionaleDF John Stones, Manchester City
DF Rafael Toloi, AtalantaDF Kieran Trippier, Atlético Madrid
MF Bryan Cristante, RomaDF Kyle Walker, Manchester City
MF Jorginho, ChelseaMF Jude Bellingham, Borussia Dortmund
MF Marco Verratti, Paris Saint-GermainMF Jordan Henderson, Liverpool
MF Nicolo Barella, InternazionaleMF Mason Mount, Chelsea
MF Lorenzo Pellegrini, RomaMF Kalvin Phillips, Leeds United
MF Manuel Locatelli, SassuoloMF Declan Rice, West Ham United
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FW Andrea Belotti, TorinoFW Phil Foden, Manchester City
FW Ciro Immobile, LazioFW Jack Grealish, Aston Villa
FW Lorenzo Insigne, NapoliFW Harry Kane, Tottenham Hotspur
FW Federico Bernardeschi, JuventusFW Marcus Rashford, Manchester United
FW Federico Chiesa, JuventusFW Bukayo Saka, Arsenal
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FW Giacomo Raspadori, SassuoloFW Raheem Sterling, Manchester City)