On June 15th at 12:00 p.m. ET, Romania will face Switzerland in a group stage match during Euro 2016. Switzerland is considered a favorite, along with host team France, to make it out of the group stage of the tournament. The Swiss team is certainly talented and many expect it to handily defeat Romania and Albania before facing France in its final group stage match. You won’t want to miss the Romania vs Switzerland live stream; and you won’t have to!
The fans and players on the Romania side obviously disagree with this sort of analysis. They are seeking to pull off an upset with dreams of advancing past the group stage. Their strength is their defense, so there is always a chance they could hold on to an early lead and pull out a victory.
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Regardless of the outcome, you will likely want to watch the match live even if you do not have cable. The guide below covers all the details you need to stream the match either online or right on your TV. Read on to learn more!
Use Sling TV to Get a Romania vs Switzerland Live Stream
During Euro 2016, Sling TV will be the top option to watch as many matches as possible. That means it’s our top recommended option to watch Romania vs Switzerland online live during the match. ESPN owns the broadcast of the match and it is included in the starting package for Sling TV that costs only $20 per month. Other channels featured on Sling TV are ESPN2, TBS, TNT, CNN, AMC, and ESPN3 (Accessed on WatchESPN with your Sling TV login).
If you are more interested in watching a Romania vs Switzerland stream in Spanish, Sling TV (review) has you covered there as well. You can add the Best of Spanish TV add-on package for $5 more per month to get access to ESPN Deportes. A Spanish broadcast of the match will be live streamed on the channel like the rest of Sling TV you can watch on your computer, tablet, phone, or TV with connected devices like Chromecast and Roku.
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Another Way to Watch Romania vs Switzerland Online is PlayStation Vue
PlayStation Vue is a subscription streaming service structured similarly to Sling TV. You pay a monthly fee, starts at $29.99 in most places, and you get access to live stream cable channels. In total, there are over 50 channels on PlayStation Vue to stream including ESPN, ESPN2, FS1, FS2, TBS, FX, Comedy Central, and TNT. Since ESPN is offered, you’ll be able to watch the full Romania vs Switzerland live stream – plus most of the rest of Euro 2016.
In some locations, you can even get access to local and network cable channels including ABC, NBC, CBS, and FOX. These locations cost a little more to get this access, so it starts at $39.99 per month. A Romania vs Switzerland stream can be watched with PlayStation consoles, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, or iOS devices. You can find out about the different packages available and plenty more in our PlayStation Vue review.
UK residents have the best options with BBC iPlayer or ITV Hub apps. However, if you aren’t in the UK you’ll need a workaround. Your option would be to use a VPN to change your IP to the UK to watch the streams. Although, some would argue this isn’t technically okay to do. VPN companies would say otherwise, that it promotes and open internet.
Romania vs Switzerland TV Schedule
Date: Wednesday, June 15th
Time: 12:00 p.m. ET
Channel: ESPN/ESPN Deportes
Best Streaming Service: Sling TV
Regardless of who you’re rooting for, you definitely won’t want to miss the Romania vs Switzerland live stream! While France seems to be the leader in Euro 2016 Group A, both Romania and Switzerland are vying for the top spot. These two teams have not met many times before, but the last time they met, in 2012, Romania won 1-0.
Check out our cable cutting guide for Euro 2016 to watch more matches during the tournament. For the rest of the year, our soccer guide for cable cutters will be incredibly helpful for casual and avid soccer fans.