Croatia will face off against Portugal on June 25th in the first round of the knockout stage of Euro 2016. Both teams made it out of their groups into this part of the tournament. Croatia won their group over stiff competition from Italy and Spain. Portugal finished third in their group, behind Iceland and Hungary. Portugal’s performance has been disappointing thus far, but they look to separate themselves with a strong win over Croatia. You won’t want to miss the Croatia vs Portugal live stream – and you won’t have to!
If you are looking to watch Croatia vs Portugal streaming there are several options out there for you. Whether you are in the U.S. or out, you can easily watch without cable. Check out the below guide to learn more!
Watch Croatia vs Portugal Online with a Sling TV Subscription
The best way to watch Croatia vs Portugal live stream is subscription streaming service Sling TV. It is one of our most recommended options out there if you are looking to cut cable but still watch live sports and other content normally only available on cable. The starting package does include ESPN, so that is how you’ll be able to watch Croatia vs Portugal online!
Here are some quick highlights on Sling TV, and for more details you can check out our review:
- Sling TV only costs $20 per month and requires no contracts
- If you are a T-Mobile subscriber you get to watch the price fall by 30% to $14 per month and any streaming on mobile devices doesn’t count towards your data usage
- Channels in the basic package include ESPN, ESPN2, CNN, AMC, TBS, TNT, and about 20 others
- You can even watch Croatia vs Portugal streaming in Spanish on ESPN Deportes with the Best of Spanish TV add-on package for just $5 more per month
- You can watch Sling TV streaming with tablets, phones, your computer, Chromecast, Roku, Apple TV and more
- There are constant deals to get a discounts or free Apple TVs or Roku players with a three month subscription. Right now, you can score a FREE Roku 2 or $60 off an Apple TV
Right now, you can start a 7-day free trial and even enjoy Croatia vs Portugal live streaming free!
Use PlayStation Vue to Watch a Croatia vs Portugal Live Stream
Another way to watch Croatia vs Portugal online is by subscribing to PlayStation Vue. It is setup similar to Sling TV as a subscription service where you can live stream cable channels. The starting price is $29.99 per month and you get over 50 cable channels. These include ESPN, ESPN2, TBS, TNT, FS1, FS2, FX, and Comedy Central to name a few.
Based on your location, you can even get more channels in the starting package including ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC. The price does bump up to $39.99 per month, but it is normally difficult to get those network channels live streaming without cable. You can learn more about PlayStation Vue including finding out more about PlayStation Vue’s premium packages in our our detailed review of the service..
Cable Cutters Outside the U.S., Do Not Fear
The options above are actually not available to those living outside of the United States. Thankfully, there are other options out there to watch Croatia vs Portugal streaming if you are based outside the country. You can check out the BBC iPlayer app or the very similar ITV Hub app if you are living in the UK. If you are outside the UK, you can use a VPN service and changed your IP to the UK. Then you can access one of the two aforementioned players!
Croatia vs Portugal Live Stream Schedule
Date: Saturday, June 25th
Time: 3:00 p.m. ET
Channel: ESPN/ESPN Deportes
Live stream: Sling TV
After Portugal’s fairly disappointing performance during the group stage, they are looking for redemption as they move into the knockout round. But, according to analysts and bookies, Croatia is expected to have the upper hand in Saturday’s match. Time will tell!
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