Czech Republic and Croatia will face off in a match during Euro 2016 on June 17th starting at 12:00 p.m. ET. Croatia would be considered a favorite in this match and there has even been suggestions they could beat out Spain for the top spot in Group D. It will take an impressive performance to take the top seed and even if they fall to Spain they still seem to have the talent to advance to the knockout stages. It’s now possible to watch the Czech Republic vs Croatia live stream without cable, and we’ll show you how!
Czech Republic will be looking to pull off an upset in the match, but it will certainly be an uphill battle. Whether you are an avid or casual soccer fan you will want to find a way to watch this match. If you cut cable, you’ll be glad to hear there are multiple options to get a Czech Republic vs Croatia live stream. The below guide outlines all the details you’ll need to watch the match.
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Watch Czech Republic vs Croatia Online through Sling TV
Sling TV is probably our favorite cable alternative out there and will be a great way to watch a Czech Republic vs Croatia live stream. The service costs $20 per month and in return you get to live stream more than 20 popular cable channels. ESPN is featured in the starting package, so that’s how you will be able to watch Czech Republic vs Croatia online.
The Sling TV (our review) package includes ESPN, ESPN2, TBS, CNN, AMC, TNT, and several other channels all available for live streaming. That $20 per month price drops down 30% to $14 per month if you are a T-Mobile subscriber, thanks to a limited-time deal between the two companies.
If you are thinking of watching a Czech Republic vs Croatia stream in Spanish, you can add a Spanish TV package on Sling TV for an extra 5 bucks a month. ESPN Deportes is included in the package and it will be streaming a Spanish broadcast of the match live.
Right now you can even stream on Sling TV free for an entire week. The 7-day free trial offered by Sling TV is a great way to find out if the service works for you and to watch some of Euro 2016 live streaming free.
One more deal on Sling TV gets you a $70 Roku player free. All you have to do is subscribe to three months of Sling TV. The Roku lets you stream right on your TV and you are basically getting it for $10 off with Sling TV as an added bonus.
Sign up for PlayStation Vue for a Czech Republic vs Croatia Live Stream
PlayStation Vue is a streaming service structured similarly to Sling TV. You pay on a monthly basis and get access to cable channels for live streaming. ESPN is included once again, so you can watch Czech Republic vs Croatia online with the service. Other channels include ESPN2, FX, FS1, TBS, TNT, Comedey Central, and several others.
The differences from Sling TV are PlayStation Vue’s cost at $29.99 per month, the fact it includes over 50 cable channels to stream, and there are more limited options to stream. You can still watch a Czech Republic vs Croatia stream on your iOS devices, PlayStation 3 or 4 Consoles, or TV with Chromecast or Amazon Fire TV. But, there are limitations if you try to ever stream outside of your home. It is certainly a great service and if you are interested you can learn more in our PlayStation Vue review.
If you’re not in the US, Sling and Vue will not work out for you. In the UK, you can use the BBC iPlayer or ITV Hub apps. Not in the UK? We’ve seen it suggested that you could utilize a VPN to change your IP to the UK to stream. But not everyone agrees this is “okay.”
Czech Republic vs Croatia Streaming Schedule
Date: Friday, June 17th
Time: 12:00 p.m. ET
Channel: ESPN/ESPN Deportes
Best Streaming Service: Sling TV
After Croatia’s impressive win against Turkey last week, they will move into this match with great momentum, looking to secure their spot as a leader amongst Group D. However, the Czech team will not be going down without a fight, so this match is going to be a must-watch.
The cable cutting trend has grown rapidly, so we put together a detailed guide for soccer fans to cut cable and watch soccer online. We also put together a Euro 2016 guide to help fans watch more matches during the tournament.