Italy England streaming and live TV: where to see the final of the 2021 Europeans
ITALY ENGLAND STREAMING TV – It is the day of the final. Tonight, Sunday 11 July 2021, at 9 pm from the Wembley stadium in London there is Italy-England, the final of Euro 2020, the European football championships 2021. A historic match for our national team returning to the final of a European championship after 2012. Mancini’s blues are called to a feat against the English who play at home. But where to see the final of the 2021 Italy-England European Championships live on TV and in streaming? Sky Sports? Mediaset? Rai? Below is all the information in detail:
The match valid for the final of the 2021 European Football Championships between Italy and England will be visible in clear and completely free on Rai 1 (channel 1 or 501 in HD digital terrestrial) and via satellite on Sky Sport channels (Sky Sport Uno and Sky Sport Football). The kick-off of the match is scheduled at 9 pm today, Sunday 11 July 2021. Expected (on both goals) ample pre and post game.
Italy England European final live streaming
We have seen where to see it on TV, in streaming the Italy England match, Euro 2020 final, will be visible on the free platform RaiPlay.it which allows you to follow the programs, films and games broadcast on Rai via PC, tablet and smartphone, and on the one reserved for Sky, SkyGo subscribers, or on NOW. There are also many other sites that will broadcast the game in streaming: here are all the (legal) sites where you can watch football matches in streaming. In summary:
- Game: Italy-England
- Date: Sunday 11 July 2021
- Schedule: 21
- TV channel: Rai 1, Sky Sport Uno, Sky Sport Football
- Streaming: RaiPlay, SkyGo, NOW
The probable formations
We have seen where to see the final of the 2021 European Football Championship Italy England, but what are the probable formations of the match? Here they are:
ENGLAND (4-2-3-1): Pickford; Walker, Stones, Maguire, Shaw; Rice, Phillips; Saka, Mount, Sterling; Kane. Herds Southgate.
ITALY (4-3-3): Donnarumma; Di Lorenzo, Bonucci, Chiellini, Emerson; Barella, Jorginho, Verratti; Church, Building, Insigne. Herds Mancini.