Portugal vs Austria Live Stream, Euro 2016: Watch Online

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On Saturday, June 18th at 3pm ET, Portugal and Austria will face each other during Euro 2016. Want to watch the Portugal vs Austria live stream?

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Fans are excitedly awaiting this Saturday, June 18th, when Portugal and Austria will face off. This Euro 2016 match is important because it will give Austria a chance to unseat the clear favorite in group F, Portugal, before its too late. And, good news – you can now watch the Portugal vs Austria live stream without needing cable TV – learn how below.

Since you’re reading this guide, I’m going to assume that you don’t have cable TV. Don’t worry! It’s now possible to watch Portugal vs Austria online, without a cable subscription. In order to do just that, take a look at some of the options below.
Looking for options for live streaming Euro 2016 outside the US? Click here for international options.
 

Catch the Portugal vs Austria Live Stream with Sling TV

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Sling TV is one of our favorite streaming services, and for good reason. First off, it will provide the best way to watch Portugal vs Austria online. The match is set to air on ESPN, a channel which Sling TV includes in its basic package.

For $20 a month, you can subscribe to the “Best of Live TV” Package via Sling TV. This will give you more than 20 great channels, including ESPN, ESPN2, TNT, AMC, CNN, TBS and much more. See the full Sling TV channel list for more detail.

Sling TV works by letting you stream live TV on a variety of devices. Use your computer or laptop, your smart TV, your smartphone, or your streaming player, such as a Roku or Chromecast, and enjoy Sling TV streaming directly on your TV! It’s easy to set up, requires no long-term contract, and costs just a fraction of what a cable plan would cost.

If you’d rather watch the Portugal vs Austria stream in Spanish, you can add the “Best of Spanish TV” bundle to your subscription for an extra 5 bucks a month. This will add ESPN Deportes, which covers the match in Spanish.

The best way to watch the Portugal vs Austria live stream is of course on your TV. If you already have a smart TV or streaming player, you’ll be able to use Sling TV directly on your television. If not, we suggest you sign up through this link, which will get you a FREE Roku 2 streaming box when you purchase 3 months of Sling TV!

Also of note, T-Mobile subscribers can score an exclusive discount on this service. If you subscribe to T-Mobile, follow this link to get 30% off your Sling TV package!

Lastly, anyone who is interested in Sling TV should sign up through this link to score a free week-long trial with no obligation!

 

Watch Portugal vs Austria Online with PlayStation Vue

Playstation Vue

Sony’s new streaming service, PlayStation Vue, provides another easy and affordable way to watch the Portugal vs Austria live stream. For $30 a month, you can subscribe to Vue’s basic package, which offers an impressive 55+ channels, including ESPN and ESPN2.

Vue certainly does offer an impressive range of channels. The only downside is that it has a limited number of compatible devices. In order to use Vue, you’ll need to have either a PlayStation 3 or PlayStation 4 gaming console, a Chromecast, an Amazon Fire TV, or an iOS device. Also, keep in mind that mobile viewing is restricted via Vue, so you’ll have to watch at home for the most part. Our PS Vue review will explain in greater detail.

If you’re after more channels, and you have one of the devices that is compatible with Vue, this service provides a ton of value. However, Sling TV is still our top recommendation, due to its lower price, greater selection of compatible devices, and special promotions.

What If I Don’t Live in the US?

In the UK, you can use the BBC iPlayer or ITV Hub apps. Outside the UK you could use a VPN to change your IP to the UK and then use one of the two player. But not everyone agrees this is the right thing to do.
 

Portugal vs Austria Streaming Schedule

Date: Saturday, June 18th
Time: 3:00 p.m. ET
Channel: ESPN/ESPN Deportes
Best Streaming Service: Sling TV

 

Portugal is fully expected to dominate Group F, but Austria won’t go down without a fight. Check here for the latest Euro 2016 news and stats, and get ready to kick back and enjoy the game on Saturday!

If you’d like to watch the rest of the tournament online, check out our Euro 2016 live stream guide. And for soccer in general, we have a detailed guide showing you how to watch soccer online.

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Austin Meadows is a writer, traveler, and cord-cutting expert based in the rainy but beautiful Pacific North West.
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