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How to watch Euro 2024?

The wait for the grandest football spectacle in Europe is over as the 2024 UEFA European Championship kicks off on Friday night with a curtain-raising clash between Germany and Scotland.

As 24 nations, including defending champions Italy, battle it out for continental supremacy, football fans can kick back and enjoy an enthralling month-long tournament held in Germany.

No less than 51 matches will keep football enthusiasts entertained from June 14 to July 14, with the grand final set to take place at Berlin’s Olympiastadion.

Whether you’re based in the United Kingdom or the United States, you’ll have ample opportunities to catch all the action live and cheer for your favourite teams.

Due to football streaming regulations in the UK, fans will need to rely on licensed broadcasters such as BBC and ITV to watch the matches as Gareth Southgate’s England side embark on a potentially historic event.

After an epic upset in the Euro 2020 final against Italy, the Three Lions head into this summer’s competition as the leading candidates to win the crown for the first time in the country’s history.

Southgate’s decision to omit Jack Grealish is among the major talking points, with the Daily Mirror taking stock of the England gaffers’ choice on the eve of the competition.

BBC and ITV will share the schedule in the UK, while fans in Scotland can keep track of the matches live via BBC and STV. On top of that, streaming is available on the BBC iPlayer, ITVX and the STV Player in Scotland.

Meanwhile, US viewers can tune into networks like ESPN and FuboTV to enjoy the tournament, with ESPN+ covering all games via the ESPN app and website.

Fubo comes with 1,000 hours of cloud DVR storage. The platform currently offers a seven-day free trial, allowing you to stream the start of the Euro 2024 tournament for free.

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