Italy vs Spain Live Stream, Euro 2016: Watch Online

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Italy and Spain will meet in France for a knockout round match of the Euro 2016 tournament. Want to watch Italy vs Spain online?

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Italy and Spain will meet on June 27th in their first match during the knockout stage of Euro 2016. The two met in a friendly match in March that ended in a 1-1 draw. They both played to a similar level in the group stages as well, coming out with 2 wins and 1 loss each. It is a toss up which way this match could go, but Italy might be seeking to avenge the 4-0 defeat Spain handed them in Euro 2012 four years ago. You won’t want to miss the Italy vs Spain live stream – learn how to watch online in the guide below.

These two heavy hitters will certainly put on a great show for fans watching the match. If you don’t have cable, you’ll want to find a way to watch Italy vs Spain online or live streaming on your TV. Thankfully, you have plenty of options and we highlight them all for you below.

 

Sling TV Offers an Italy vs Spain Live Stream on ESPN

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The best and easiest way to watch an Italy vs Spain live stream is through Sling TV. A subscription to Sling TV costs $20 per month and gives you over 20 live streaming cable channels, including ESPN where the match will be broadcast. Other channels featured are TBS, TNT, CNN, AMC, ESPN2, and ESPN3 (Accessible by logging in to WatchESPN with your Sling TV credentials).

In addition to ESPN, you can also watch several matches during Euro 2016 on ESPN Deportes with the Best of Spanish TV add-on package. The package includes multiple channels and costs just $5 more per month to watch a Spanish broadcast of the matches. Speaking of price, an ongoing offers lets you get Sling TV down to only $14 per month if you are a T-Mobile subscriber (30% off).

If you are hoping to watch Italy vs Spain live streaming free, you can do that on Sling TV by starting a 7-day free trial before the game! You’ll also be able to watch multiple other Euro 2016 matches and tons of other live content during your free week.

When you subscribe to Sling TV it might be worth signing up for three months. This is because Sling TV normally has deals to receive a FREE Roku 2 player or $60 off an Apple TV with the three months of subscription. You can follow the links to learn more about the ongoing deals for each device.

Learn more about the service in our full review of Sling TV.

 

Watch Italy vs Spain Online by Subscribing to PlayStation Vue

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PlayStation Vue, offered by Sony, came onto the market in 2015 and is another great option to watch Italy vs Spain streaming. It is a direct competitor with Sling TV and lets you live stream cable channels on iOS devices, PlayStation Consoles, Chromecast, Roku, or Amazon Fire TV. The big difference between the two is PlayStation Vue has a higher price tag, but does include more channels.

The service starts at $29.99 per month and offers more than 50 cable channels for subscribers to live stream. The starting package includes FX, FS1, FS2, ESPN, ESPN2, TBS, TNT, and many more. Check out our review to learn more about the larger packages and about certain locations where you can watch channels like ABC, NBC, CBS, and FOX live streaming.

 

Watch an Italy vs Spain Live Stream Outside of the U.S.

Both Sling TV and PlayStation Vue are offered as cable alternatives to United States residents. Even though you cannot access them outside the U.S., you are not completely out of luck. There are a couple good options to watch Italy vs Spain online. These include the BBC iPlayer or ITV Hub apps, which are offered to residents of the United Kingdom. If you are not in the U.K., what we recommend doing is use a VPN service to change your IP to be within the U.K. Then, you can easily watch the match live on these two services.

 

Italy vs Spain TV Schedule

Date: Saturday, June 27th
Time: 12:00 p.m. ET
Channel: ESPN2
Live stream: Sling TV

 

With both teams having performed almost identically during the group stages, this should be a very even match. Italy is vengeful, looking to overcome the devastating 0-4 loss handed to them by Spain during the 2012 Euro tournament. It should be an edge-of-the-seat type of match!

We know it’s tough to watch soccer year round without cable, so we put together a full soccer guide for cable cutters. Also, we wrote up a guide specifically for Euro 2016, so you can watch as many matches during the tournament as possible!

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Matt Pelletier

Matt Pelletier has a background in finance and information technology and has written for publications with themes ranging from sports to enterprise technology and investments.
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