Slovakia vs Spain Euro 2020 VPN

Spain might not have had the best run so far this year, but it’s no doubt looking to end the Euro 2020 group stage with a bang. The squad’s final opportunity comes at 6 PM CEST (5 PM BST / 9 AM PST / 12 PM EST) on June 23, when it locks horns with Slovakia on home turf. Given the stakes involved, this promises to be an extremely tense match. Below, you’ll find a complete guide to watching Slovakia vs Spain online, wherever you are in the world.

This is one of the most-watched events soccer has to offer, which means third-party streams are unavoidable. However, we don’t recommend using these, for several reasons. Even putting aside the legal issues, unsanctioned streams are generally pretty low-quality. Worse still, they can be taken offline for copyright violation at any moment. The good news is that there are plenty of official ways to watch Slovakia vs Spain online, and some of these are even free to use.

Slovakia vs Spain will air almost exclusively on region-locked streaming platforms. If you’re traveling abroad and want to watch on the same services you’d use back home, you’ll likely have to connect to a Virtual Private Network (VPN). 

How to watch Slovakia vs Spain abroad with a VPN

VPNs encrypt your internet traffic, which lets you browse the web without worrying about who might be watching. They can also change your IP address, making it seem like you’re in a different country and allowing you to use geo-blocked services abroad. Just follow the steps below to stream Slovakia vs Spain from anywhere.

Here’s how to stream Slovakia vs Spain online from anywhere:

  1. Begin by choosing a suitable VPN provider. We recommend NordVPN but Surfshark and ExpressVPN are both fantastic, high-speed alternatives.
  2. Download the VPN app, making sure to install it on any device you’d like to stream with. Don’t worry if there are a few; most VPNs let you secure at least five devices at once.
  3. Log in and connect to a server in your home country. This changes your IP address and makes it look like you never left.
  4. Now, just try playing a video on your chosen streaming service. Most of the time, the video should play flawlessly, but if not, clearing your cookies and cache should help. Failing this, you might want to seek help from your VPN’s customer support team.

Euro 2020 fixtures will be shown live. For this reason, we strongly recommend testing your VPN with your preferred streaming service before kickoff. You don’t want to miss the start of the match because of an easily preventable problem, after all. The VPNs we’ve recommended above all come with 24/7 live chat-based support, allowing you to get help in minutes.


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How to live stream Slovakia vs Spain on US TV

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American viewers can watch this match (and in fact, the vast majority of Euro 2020) on ESPN. Already get this channel in your existing cable package? Great: just sign into the website or app and you’ll be able to stream Slovakia vs Spain online at no added cost.

Don’t worry: it’s also possible to watch Euro 2020 matches without cable. Sling TV, YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, and FuboTV all let you stream ESPN live online. We’d recommend Sling TV; while it doesn’t offer access to the five games exclusive to ABC, at $34.99 USD per month, it’s about half the price of the others.

All of the above services are geo-blocked and normally inaccessible outside of the US. With the right VPN, though, unblocking them is easy. NordVPN provides a 30-day money-back guarantee, giving you the ability to try it risk-free. Should it fail to meet your expectations, you can just cancel to receive a full refund.

Where else can I watch Euro 2020 matches online?

One of the advantages of having a major international tournament is that they’re usually very easy to watch, regardless of your location. Euro 2020, for instance, is being shown by more than 200 broadcasters around the world. Here’s a guide to streaming Slovakia vs Spain where you are:


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ITV will be broadcasting half of this tournament’s fixtures, including the Slovakia vs Spain match. This means you can stream all of the action live on ITV Hub (or STV Player if you’re in Scotland). Users will have to create an account before watching anything, but this is very simple and no payment is required. All other games will be broadcast on BBC iPlayer, which is also free to use.

ITV Hub, STV Player, and BBC iPlayer are all geo-blocked. To use them, you’ll have to either be in the UK or connected to a British VPN server.



There are two different broadcasters, and which you’ll use depends on whether you’d prefer to stream this match in English or French. TSN offers English commentary and can be accessed for free online if you already have a cable subscription that includes this channel. Otherwise, you can pay $7.99 CAD for a daily pass or $19.99 for a full month’s access.

TVA, on the other hand, will provide French-language coverage. This service is completely free, with no account or cable subscription required. Both networks are showing the entire tournament, so you won’t have to worry about missing anything, whichever you end up using.

TSN and TVA are geo-restricted and unavailable from outside of Canada. You’ll have to connect to one of your VPN’s Canadian servers to use them anywhere else.



Optus Sport has exclusive broadcasting rights to the 2020 European Championship in Australia. If you already receive these channels as part of your cable package, you can just sign into the website and watch as normal. Otherwise, you’ll need to purchase an online pass. These cost $14.99 AUD per month; unfortunately, there’s no longer any free trial period.

Due to regional restrictions, users must be in Australia or using a VPN to access this service.



Soccer fans in Spain won’t have to look far for a Euro 2020 live stream. This fixture, and actually, every match of this year’s tournament will be broadcast for free on Mitele. There’s no need to sign up beforehand, and if you miss anything, you can always watch the replays that are added a few hours after each match ends.

Mitele doesn’t cost anything to use but you will have to be in Spain (or using a VPN).


RTVS is Slovakia’s official Euro 2020 broadcaster. There really aren’t any notable restrictions here: it’s a free streaming service, with no registration requirement, and no regional blocking, so you should be able to view the match without any issues. That said, we always recommend using a VPN while watching since some Internet Service Providers have been known to limit the speeds of users who stream often.

Other locations

With official broadcast partners in most countries, there’s a good chance you’ll be able to stream Slovakia vs Spain wherever you are. If we didn’t mention your location above, you might want to take a look at UEFA’s international broadcaster list to begin with.

If you see a service that lets you watch online, great! If not, we’d recommend you do a little digging; many companies have sub-licensed broadcast rights to other streaming services, and UEFA’s list doesn’t account for this. The good news is that this tournament is so popular that if a service lets you watch it, it’ll normally say so on the home page.

Slovakia vs Spain match predictions

On paper, this should be an easy match to predict. After all, Spain are one of the best teams in the world, and regularly make it to the later stages of major international tournaments. Conversely, Slovakia are ranked #36 and has far less experience playing at this level.

So far, though, Spain has had an underwhelming run at the Euros, despite being placed in an “easy” group. Not only did it fail to score against Sweden, it only managed a 1-1 tie with Poland. To be clear, if Spain fails to win this match outright, it risks being kicked out of the Euros entirely, even accounting for third-place positions. Because of this, we can expect the Spanish squad to play a little more aggressively, perhaps taking a few more risks than they have lately. Slovakia, on the other hand, looks likely to make it to the knockout stage even if the match ends in a draw, so may be happy to sit back and let the Spaniards tire themselves out with endless attacks.

What do the squads look like?

We don’t actually know which players each manager has picked for their starting 11 just yet. However, as each country was only able to bring 26 players for the length of the tournament, we can always speculate. For instance, Slovakia only has four forwards available, so Boženík and Schranz are likely choices given they haven’t played so far. Below, you’ll find the full Slovakian and Spanish squad lists for Euro 2020:

GK Martin Dubravka, NewcastleGK David de Gea, Manchester United
GK Marek Rodak, FulhamGK Unai Simon, Athletic Bilbao
GK Dusan Kuciak, Lechia GdańskGK Robert Sánchez, Brighton & Hove Albion
DF Peter Pekarik, HerthaDF Aymeric Laporte, Manchester City
DF Ľubomír Šatka, Lech PoznańDF Jordi Alba, Barcelona
DF Denis Vavro, HuescaDF Jose Gaya, Valencia
DF Milan Skriniar, Inter MilanDF Pau Torres, Villarreal
DF Tomas Hubocan, OmonoiaDF Diego Llorente, Leeds United
DF Jakub Holubek, GliwiceDF Eric García, Manchester City)
MF Marek Hamsik, IFK GoteborgDF Cesar Azpilicueta, Chelsea
MF Stanislav Lobotka, NapoliMF Sergio Busquet, Barcelona
MF Patrik Hrosovsky, GenkMF Koke, Atlético Madrid
MF Juraj Kucka, ParmaMF Marcos Llorenta, Atlético Madrid
MF Ondrej Duda, KolnMF Thiago, Liverpool
MF Vladimir Weiss, Slovan BratislavaMF Rodri, Manchester City
MF Laszlo Benes, AugsburgMF Fabian, Napoli
MF Lukas Haraslin, SassuoloMF Marcos Llorente, Atlético Madrid
MF Tomas Suslov, GroningenFW Alvaro Morata, Juventus
MF Matus Bero, ArnhemFW Mikel Oyarzabal, Real Sociedad
MF Erik Jirka, MirandesFW Gerard Moreno, Villareal
MF Ján Greguš, MinnesotaFW Dani Olmo, RB Leipzig
FW Michel Duris, OmonoiaFW Pedri, Barcelona
FW Robert Bozenik, FeyenoordFW Ferran Torres, Manchester City
FW David Strelec, Slovan BratislavaFW Adama Traore, Wolverhampton
FW Robert Mak, FerencvarosFW Pablo Sarabia, Paris Saint-Germain

2020 Euro Championship match calendar



Time (CEST)

June 11

Turkey vs Italy


June 12

Wales vs Switzerland


Denmark vs Finland


Belgium vs Russia


June 13

England vs Croatia


Austria vs North Macedonia


Netherlands vs Ukraine


June 14

Scotland vs Czech Republic


Poland vs Slovakia


Spain vs Sweden


June 15

Hungary vs Portugal


France vs Germany


June 16

Finland vs Russia


Turkey vs Wales


Italy vs Switzerland


June 17

Ukraine vs North Macedonia


Denmark vs Belgium


Netherlands vs Austria


June 18

Sweden vs Slovakia


Croatia vs Czech Republic


England vs Scotland


June 19

Hungary vs France


Portugal vs Germany


Spain vs Poland


June 20

Italy vs Wales


Switzerland vs Turkey


June 21

North Macedonia vs Netherlands


Ukraine vs Austria


Russia vs Denmark


Finland vs Belgium


June 22

Czech Republic vs England


Croatia vs Scotland


June 23

Slovakia vs Spain


Sweden vs Poland


Germany vs Hungary


Portugal vs France


June 26

Round of 16 begins

July 2


July 3

Quarter-finals day 2

July 6


July 7

Semi-finals day 2

July 11

Euro 2020 Cup final