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England may have disgraced themselves on the world stage once more but what did we really expect? No matter, the final is set to be a good one as France take on Portugal, so here’s how to live stream Euro 2016 for free.
The Euro 2016 football tournament is upon us again and kicked off on 10 June. This year France hosts the UEFA European Championship football tournament and is sponsored by TV brand, Hisense. Here we show you how to watch Euro 2016 online for free as well as the information on dates, groups, stadium and buying tickets.
Euro 2016 dates, groups and stadiums
The UEFA Euro 2016 tournament begins on 10 June and runs until 10 July which is the date of the final. There will be three weeks of group stages followed by the round of 16, quarter finals, semi-finals and the Euro 2016 final. Find the best TV deals here.
There are a total of 10 different venues for Euro 2016 including major stadiums. They are:
Stade de France – Saint-Denis
Stade Vélodrome – Marseille
Parc Olympique Lyonnais – Lyon
Stade Pierre – MauroyLille
Parc des Princes – Paris
Matmut Atlantique – Bordeaux
Stade Geoffroy-Guichard – Saint-Étienne
Allianz Riviera – Nice
Stade Bollaert-Delelis – Lens
Stadium Municipal – Toulouse
Below you can check out the groups for Euro 2016
Group A: France, Romania, Albania, Switzerland
Group B: England, Russia, Wales, Slovakia
Group C: Germany, Ukraine, Poland, Northern Ireland
Group D: Spain, Czech Republic, Turkey, Croatia
Group E: Belgium, Italy, Republic of Ireland, Sweden
Group F: Portugal, Iceland, Austria, Hungary
Euro 2016 England match fixtures: Dates and times
11 June – England vs Russia – 9:00pm local time (8pm UK time) – ITV
16 June – England vs Wales – 3:00pm local time (2pm UK time) – BBC
20 June – England vs Slovakia – 9:00pm local time (8pm UK time) – ITV
For full Euro 2016 fixtures, including dates and times, check out the official Euro 2016 app on iOS and Android.
Euro 2016 England squad
Fraser Forster, Joe Hart, Tom Heaton.
Ryan Bertrand, Gary Cahill, Nathaniel Clyne, Danny Rose, Chris Smalling, John Stones, Kyle Walker.
Dele Alli, Ross Barkley, Eric Dier, Jordan Henderson, Adam Lallana, James Milner, Raheem Sterling, Jack Wilshere.
Harry Kane, Marcus Rashford, Wayne Rooney, Daniel Sturridge, Jamie Vardy.
How to watch Euro 2016 online for free – how to watch France v Portugal outside the UK
In the UK, every match of the Euro 2016 tournament will be shown across BBC and ITV so this means it’s easy to watch the football online for free – provided to have a TV Licence if you want to watch it live.
You’ll simply need to head to BBC iPlayer or ITV Hub in a web browser at the right time or use sites like TVCatchup – all of which have apps for the likes of iOS and Android. There’s a good chance you can us the iPlayer and ITV Hub on your Smart TV, console or media streamer, too.
If you want to watch the Euro 2016 football from outside the UK then here’s a list of local broadcasters. If you’re keen to watch using UK services, then you’ll need to use a VPN (virtual private network) like Total VPN to ‘browse from the UK’. Also check out our best VPN services chart.
Here’s how to watch France v Portugal in the Euro 2016 Final on Sunday 10 July.
Watch France v Portugal: France v Portugal free live stream
When? Sunday 10 July at 20:00 BST (coverage from 19:00)
Where? Live on TV on BBC 1 or online via BBC iPlayer, or live on TV on ITV1 or online via ITV Hub.
Euro 2016 tickets: How and where to buy tickets online
The chances of getting hold of tickets this close to the tournament are slim but they are officially sold via the UEFA site so head to the ticket portal. There are tickets, but generally in the more expensive categories (1 and 2).
You’re much more likely to be able to buy at ticket on a resell site, albeit at an inflated price. Check out sites like TicketStub and GetTickets. You do so at your own risk as there are reports that any tickets purchased via unofficial websites. Which? warns that ticket holders will likely need photo ID to get into the stadiums and the name won’t match. As above, UEFA is the only official ticket seller.