England vs Iceland Live Stream, Euro 2016: Watch Online

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Euro 2016

England and Iceland take the field at 3 p.m. ET on June 27th. Want to watch England vs Iceland online?

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England didn’t set the world on fire during the group stage, but they did qualify for the knockouts easily enough with a win and two draws. Their opponent in the Round of 16, Iceland, had the same record. The difference may be pressure. England has the weight of the nation on their shoulders and always expects to challenge for a title. Conversely, this is the first time Iceland had ever even qualified for a major competition, and they stand to play like they have nothing to lose. It will be a very exciting match, and you won’t want to miss the England vs Iceland live stream!

It all adds up to a potential barn-burner and, praise be, there are no shortage of ways a cord-cutter can watch the England vs Iceland live stream. Let us count the ways.


Sling TV Gives Americans The England vs Iceland Live Stream Legally

Sling TV

The best way to catch the England vs Iceland live stream is on Sling TV. Sling is a powerful online streaming service that will let you watch many of the most popular TV networks live, without cable TV.

Those guys are just almost too generous with deals. Right now, they got deals to give you a free Roku 2 (a $70 value in exchange for paying ahead for 3 months of service – $60). They got deals for T-Mobile customers, offering 30% off Sling TV. They are always coming up with more deals.

Those deals are some real icing, because their regular setup is worth it by itself. It’s just $20 a month for their Best Of Live TV package, which includes the network (ESPN2) the England vs Iceland live stream will be on. But it also includes over 20 other channels from CNN and TBS to TNT and AMC, so you get all the staples that you might miss from your cable days. Yes, ESPN is a part of this package too.

They also have several great tack-on packages, including Best of Spanish TV. Best of Spanish TV includes ESPN Deportes, which will carry the England vs Iceland stream, so if you prefer your coverage in Spanish, Sling TV has you covered.

And did I mention it comes with a 7-day trial and that you can cancel anytime? Well, let me mention it. (Clears throat). It comes with a 7-day trial and you can cancel anytime. You can use this free trial to enjoy England vs Iceland live streaming free this week. There’s no contract to sign. Find out more here.


PlayStation Vue Lets You Watch England vs Iceland Online

Playstation Vue

PlayStation Vue is another great online streaming service that offers a ton of channels. Try over 100 of them, if you sign up for their Elite package. But even if you go with their most basic package (“Access,” for $29.99 a month), you still get ESPN and ESPN2, and therefore you get to watch England vs Iceland online. Indeed, all of their packages include both ESPN and ESPN2 and all of their packages include at least 55 channels.

PlayStation Vue (review) works on PS3, PS4, iPhone, iPad, Roku, ChromeCast, and Amazon Fire TV. It is not available for streaming and watching on a mobile basis (except for a few things on iPhone and iPad) so make sure you’re at home if you want to watch the England vs Iceland live stream.


Options Abound For Those Outside Of The US, Too

Let us not be USA-Centric here at Cut Cable Today. In the UK, you can watch via BBC iPlayer or the ITV Hub app. If you are in still another country, than the UK options apply if you use a VPN to get a UK IP address. We recommend Express VPN.


England vs Iceland Streaming Schedule

Date: Monday, June 27th
Time: 3:00 p.m. ET
Channel: ESPN2/ESPN Deportes
Live stream: Sling TV


This match will represent a historic moment for Iceland, who recently became the smallest country to ever qualify for the Euro tournament. With a population of around 300,000, it’s fans are so enthusiastic that roughly 8% of the nation’s population has purchased tickets to attend the Euro 2016 tournament. Iceland has been quite the underdog story, having not only qualified for the tournament but done quite well, now entering the second round where they will face England. It’s been a fascinating and exciting ride for fans from both sides, and this Monday, all eyes will be on these two teams as they take the field in France.

You can also check out our whole Euro 2016 guide here or our complete guide to soccer for cable cutters here.