Ukraine and Poland have an interesting shared soccer history. They co-hosted Euro 2012, but they are now not only drawn together in the same group in Euro 2016, but they were in 2014 World Cup qualifying as well. If you’d like to watch the Ukraine vs Poland live stream, keep reading to learn how!
Ukraine won both the World Cup qualifying matches and are ranked a skosh higher than Poland in the FIFA polls, but Poland is a razor-thin favorite going into this match.
The Ukraine vs Poland live stream (Tuesday June 21, Noon, ESPN2, tape-delayed at 5PM Eastern on ESPN Deportes) should be a scintillating one, and there are no shortage of ways you can watch Ukraine vs Poland online, legally.
Sling TV Lets You Watch Ukraine vs Poland Online
Right off the bat, Sling TV has their Best of Live TV package, which includes ESPN2, is a cool $20 a month with no contract to sign, the ability to cancel anytime, and comes with a 7-day free trial. Since this game airs on ESPN2, Sling will provide an easy way to watch the Ukraine vs Poland stream live.
Also, if you want to watch the Ukraine vs Poland stream in Spanish, you can (at 5PM Eastern) on ESPN Deportes if you sign up for Sling TV’s awesome Best of Spanish TV package for just $5 extra a month.
In all, though, the Best of Live TV package includes over two dozen more channels than just ESPN2, including the biggies like (as you might have guessed) ESPN, CNN, and AMC. Our Sling TV review has the full list.
I haven’t even gotten to the good stuff yet. Like how they will give you a coupon for a free Roku 2 box – a $70 value – if you pay in advance for 3 months of service – which is just $60.
But if you are a T-Mobile customer, you really have a great way to watch the Ukraine vs Poland live stream on the cheap. Why? Because Sling TV has partnered with T-Mobile to give their customers a 30% discount (a little over $14 a month) on Sling TV. Best of all, if you watch Sling TV on a T-Mobile device, it won’t even count against your data package (T-Mobile refers to this as their “Binge On” program. You still get a 7-day free trial and still can cancel anytime, so you’re going to want to jump on this.
Watch The Ukraine vs Poland Live Stream On PlayStation Vue
Another great way to see the Ukraine vs Poland live stream is through Play Station Vue. They have three packages starting at $29.99, and all three of their packages have ESPN2. They also all have at least 55 channels, and their Elite package has over 100 channels, so you’re really spoiled for choice.
Like Sling TV, you can cancel PlayStation Vue at any time and there is no contract. Additionally, if you live in New York, Philadelphia, Miami, Chicago, Dallas, San Francisco, or Los Angeles, you get your local affiliates of ABC, NBC, CBS, and Fox as well. Viewers in other markets can still see national ABC, NBC, and Fox national programming, but next day, on demand.
A couple of programming notes, if you will, about PS Vue (review here). It works on Chromecast, PS3, PS4, Amazon Fire TV, iPhone, and iPad. However, they only work at your home base – you can’t watch PlayStation Vue on mobile devices except for iPad and iPhone, and even then, only in an extremely limited capacity.
Ukraine vs Poland Streaming Schedule
Date: Tuesday, June 21st
Time: 12:00 p.m. ET
Channel: ESPN2/ESPN Deportes
Best Streaming Service: Sling TV
Looking at the game preview, you’ll see that Poland has a slight edge over Ukraine, albeit by a very small margin. And as soccer fans know, close games are always the most exciting! To stay up to date on the tournament, we recommend checking BBC’s Euro 2016 news coverage.
Hey! Did you know we wrote a comprehensive guide for cord-cutters who want to watch Euro 2016? We did. Did you know we also wrote a comprehensive guide for cord-cutters to watch soccer in general? We did.
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