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Italy vs England live stream: How to watch Euro 2020 online

By Mohamed Moallim

Italy vs England live stream: Watch Euro 2020 online

Published: 12:56, 10 July 2021 | Updated: 11:46, 20 September 2022

The 16th European Championship final will be contested between Italy and England at Wembley Stadium on Sunday evening at 8pm UK time.

Gareth Southgate’s men are seeking to end a nation’s 55-year wait to celebrate a major international tournament success. As for the Azzurri, they’re hoping to join France and Germany as multiple World and European champions.

How to live stream Italy vs England online:

US ONLY: Fubo* are streaming a selection of Euro 2020 fixtures live for account holders. Those without a Fubo account already can take advantage of their seven-day free trial by following the simple steps below.

  1. Click on this link.
  2. Click ‘Start Your Free Trial’ and enter your details.
  3. Log in and pick your desired channel to watch.

*Geo restrictions apply. Fubo is currently available in the United States, Canada and Spain. Packages and pricing differ per country.

Where to watch Italy vs England on TV:

  • UK: BBC One and ITV 1
  • US: ESPN+

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Italy vs England previous line-ups:

  • Italy (vs Spain): Donnarumma; Di Lorenzo, Bonucci, Chiellini, Emerson; Jorginho, Verratti, Barella; Chiesa, Immobile, Insigne.
  • England (vs Denmark): Pickford; Walker, Stones, Maguire, Shaw; Phillips, Rice; Saka, Mount, Sterling; Kane.

Players to watch:

  • Italy: Nothing gets past legendary Italian tactician Arrigo Sacchi, who’ll be undoubtedly glued to his television set this weekend. Earlier this year, as Inter Milan were marching towards a first Scudetto in over a decade, the legendary AC Milan manager picked out Nicolò Barella for praise, subsequently describing him as “the prototype of a modern footballer”. The native of Cagliari has shone this summer as the heartbeat of Italy’s midfield. He goes into the meeting with England having registered one goal and creating two more. Barella averages 45.3 passes per 90 minutes while creating 1.5 chances in the same time frame. If the Three Lions are to succeed then it’s highly imperative they keep a check on Barella because if they don’t then it could be curtains and the Azzurri celebrating a second European Championship triumph.
  • England: Heading into Euro 2020, there was plenty of conversation regarding the makeup of Gareth Southgate’s team. So, as you’d expect, when he revealed his lineup against Croatia on the opening week, some felt affronted. The inclusion of Raheem Sterling, who has often blown hot and cold when donning the Three Lions, was a hot button topic. The 26-year-old Manchester City winger subsequently silenced those critics by netting England’s sole goal in a narrow 1-0 win. He’d do the same against the Czech Republic before playing a pivotal role in knockout wins over Germany, Ukraine and, most recently, Denmark, thus ensuring his nation’s first tournament final appearance in 55 years. Former Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger has closely watched Sterling’s performances and believes this championship is his. Can the Londoner inspire England to immortality?