You would not expect a group stage match between world soccer mainstay Sweden and world #2 Belgium to ever be “must-win” for both teams, but as neither team was able to win their opener, here we are. It’ll be on at 3PM Eastern June 22nd on ESPN2. It’ll also be on ESPN Deportes at 7PM Eastern that same day, tape-delayed. You can watch the Sweden vs Belgium live stream using the services we discuss below.
Of course, when two great teams have their backs against the wall, it makes for great games. And the Sweden vs Belgium stream is setting up to be a cracker. Fed up with cable and satellite? No problem. You can watch Sweden vs Belgium online, legally. We have two ways for you to do that.
Sling TV Offers the Sweden vs Belgium Live Stream
First, the basics: Sling TV‘s Best Of Live TV package is just $20 a month and has ESPN2, so you can watch the Sweden vs Belgium live stream legally. If Spanish coverage is your preference, you can sign up for their Best of Spanish TV option for just $5 more and watch the Sweden vs Belgium stream that way.
Second, the perks: there’s no contract, so you can cancel anytime. There’s a free 7-day trial period. That Best of Live TV package has over 20 channels, including mainstays like CNN, TNT, TBS, and AMC. If you are willing to give it a go for three months and pay up front, Sling TV (review) will send you a coupon for a FREE Roku 2. That’s a $70 value!
Third, the super perk: If you’re not on T-Mobile, you’re going to want to get on it, because Sling TV is 30% off for T-Mobile customers, so they get it for $14 a month instead of $20, without sacrificing the free trial or a contract-less, cancel-anytime existence. It gets even better! You can watch without worry on your T-Mobile devices, because their Binge On Program means watching Sling TV on your T-Mobile-connected devices without it counting against your data cap. Whatta deal!
Watch Sweden vs Belgium Online on PlayStation Vue
PlayStation Vue is another super option for watching the Sweden vs Belgium live stream. All of their packages carry ESPN2, and they start at $29.99. No matter what package you sign up for, you’re getting at least 55 channels, and their Elite package gives you over 100!
PlayStaton Vue is also a boon for big-city dwellers, for residents of New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, Philadelphia, Miami, and San Francisco get their local affiliates, live, for NBC, CBS, ABC, and Fox. It’s worth looking into PlayStation Vue even if you don’t live in those cities, because you’ll still get national NBC, ABC and Fox shows the next day on demand.
PlayStation Vue is operational on Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, PS3, PS4, iPhone, and iPad. Buuuuut, their terms and conditions make it so you can’t watch PlayStation Vue on the go, except for a very few things on iPhone and iPad. We explain all things PlayStation Vue here.
What If I Live Outside the US?
If you’re not located in the United States, those options listed thus far won’t be available for you. But don’t worry, there are other great ways to live stream the match. If you are living in the UK, check out the BBC iPlayer or ITV Hub apps to stream the game. Live outside the UK? We’ve seen some recommend using a VPN to change your IP to the UK and then use one of the two players just mentioned.
Sweden vs Belgium Streaming Schedule
Date: Wednesday, June 22nd
Time: 3:00 p.m. ET
Channel: ESPN2/ESPN Deportes
Best Streaming Service: Sling TV
So far in the Euro 2016 tournament, these two teams have displayed somewhat lackluster performance. Sweden’s match against Ireland ended in a tie, but only because the Irish team scored an own-goal. Similarly, Belgium lost against Italy, despite being considered the favorite moving into the match. Fans from both sides are hoping for a better performance in this game.