Spain vs Sweden live streaming: Key information to watching online
Below are all the options to live stream Spain vs Sweden at Euro 2020.
Spain vs Sweden live streaming from anywhere in the world
There are several online platforms live streaming Spain vs Sweden for free, and a VPN will help you connect with those services from anywhere in the world.
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Spain vs Sweden live streaming on FuboTV (America)
If you’re in America, you can watch Spain vs Sweden online on FuboTV.
Here are the FuboTV sign-up instructions:
– Go to FuboTV
– Fill in sign-up details (email, password & confirm ZIP)
– Choose plan & add-ons
– Checkout (start 7-day free trial)
– Sit back & watch the match!
Spain vs Sweden live streaming in the UK
If you live in the UK, you can watch Euro 2020 for free on BBC Sport Website and BBC iPlayer.
TV channels showing Spain vs Sweden in the UK & America
In the UK, the two broadcasters showing Euro 2020 are the BBC and ITV.
ESPN snapped up the broadcasting rights for Euro 2020 in America.
Spain vs Sweden live streaming – More worldwide options
In Australia, Optus Sport will live stream Spain vs Sweden.
In Canada, Spain vs Sweden can be watched on English-language TSN or French-language TVA Sports.
Lastly, in New Zealand, Spain vs Sweden live stream can be watched on Sky Sport.
Listen to Spain vs Sweden on radio
Note, if you’re outside the UK, you may be blocked from accessing this content. A VPN will solve this issue.
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Will Spain bring back the glory days of a decade ago?
Between 2008 and 2012, La Roja ruled the world, winning both European Championships and their first-ever World Cup in between.
Since the Euro 2012 final in Kyiv though, they haven’t won a single knockout game at a major competition.
They were eliminated at World Cup 2014 in the group phase and then fell in the round of 16 at Euro 2016 and World Cup 2018.
Now, under Champions League winning manager Luis Enrique, they’re hoping for better.
Since the World Cup in Russia, they’ve only lost three of 23 competitive games, of course qualifying for Euro 2020 and then reaching the Nations League Finals, coming up in October.
This featured a famous 6-0 win over Germany.
However, their preparations for Euro 2020 haven’t been smooth, first following the squad announcement.
Enrique only named 24 players, out of a possible 26, none of which were Real Madrid players; the first time ever no Real players feature in a Spain squad.
Then, both Sergio Busquets and Diego Llorente tested positive for Covid-19, disrupting training for a couple of days.
On the other hand, Spain will have home advantage in the group stages.
They were initially planning on playing at San Mamés, having last played in Bilbao in 1967, but will now play 513 miles to the south at Estadio La Cartuja de Sevilla.
Will this youthful team make a winning start to Euro 2020?
Can Sweden beat another European powerhouse?
Sweden meanwhile could be dark horses to make a deep run at this tournament.
The Blågult (Blue and Yellow) are very consistent when it comes to qualifying having made it to 12 World Cups in total and six Euros in a row.
However, this century, they’ve gone out in the group stages of all the Euros apart from in 2004 when they reached the quarter-finals, losing to Netherlands.
However, their performance at Russia 2018 is what provides optimism.
Victories over Korea Republic, Mexico and Switzerland took them to a first World Cup quarter-finals since 1994 where England ended their adventure in Samara.
Janne Andersson’s side won’t be easy to beat having only conceded 22 goals in their last 21 competitive fixtures.
In fact, since June 2017, Sweden have beaten fellow Euro 2020 participants France, Italy, Switzerland, Turkey, Russia and Croatia all in competitive games.
Alexander Isak is their danger man; the 21-year-old Real Sociedad centre-forward could really make a name for himself at these finals.
Their other rising star, Juventus’ Dejan Kuluševski, has been ruled out of this game due to Covid-19 but should be back later on.
With Poland and Slovakia also in this group, both of these two will very much fancy their chances of advancing to the round of 16.
Will either make a winning start in Seville?
Prediction: Spain 1-1 Sweden
These two were in the same Euro 2020 qualifying group.
Spain won 3-0 at Estadio Santiago Bernabéu but then needed a stoppage-time equaliser from Rodrigo to snatch a 1-1 draw in the return game at Friends Arena.
They last met at a tournament 13 years ago in Austria with Spain winning 2-1 before going on to lift the trophy 15 days later.
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This article was edited by Benjamin Newman.