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How To Watch the 2024 UEFA Euro in the US

FOX Sports and Fubo are teaming up in the U.S. to deliver every UEFA Euro game on TV. Learn why we're watching the Euros with Sling TV and a classic TV antenna below.

The 2024 UEFA European Championship has arrived, bringing the excitement of Europe’s soccer elite to a TV near you.

Germany hosts the month-long tournament that features powerhouse national teams like England, France, and Portugal. There’ll be no shortage of star talent, either. You can expect to see in-form players like Kylian Mbappe, Jude Bellingham, and Kevin De Bruyne suit up for their respective countries.

For U.S. fans eager to tune in, there are several ways to watch Euros action unfold. We’ll break down the channels and tournament schedule so you don’t miss a beat.

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What channels show UEFA Euro games in the US?

You can watch all 2024 UEFA Euro matchups on FOX, FS1, and Fubo Sports Network. But if you prefer your fútbol en Español, you’ll need a ViX Premium subscription to stream every game with Spanish-language commentary.

Pro tip: Fubo Sports Network will show five matches exclusively to Fubo subscribers. The games will not stream via the service’s free ad-supported channel on Freevee, Tubi, and The Roku Channel.

2024 UEFA Euro TV schedule

Soccer fans in the U.S. can look forward to an action-packed month of European football running concurrently with Copa América. Starting Friday, June 14, there’ll be at least one match per day through the Euro group stage. The knockout rounds heat up on Saturday, June 29, culminating in a high-stakes finale at the Olympiastadion in Berlin on Sunday, July 14.

Dive into the TV schedule below to see when and where to watch every remaining game.

UEFA Euro knockout stage

Match Day Time (ET) English channels Spanish channels
Quarterfinals
Spain vs. Germany Friday, July 5 Noon FOX ViX
Portugal vs. France Friday, July 5 3:00 p.m. FOX ViX
England vs. Switzerland Saturday, July 6 Noon FOX ViX
Netherlands vs. Türkiye Saturday, July 6 3:00 p.m. FOX ViX
Semifinals
Spain vs. France Tuesday, July 9 3:00 p.m. FOX ViX
Netherlands vs. England Wednesday, July 10 3:00 p.m. FOX ViX
Final
Spain vs. England Sunday, July 14 3:00 p.m. FOX Univision, ViX

Data effective as of post date.

Best UEFA Euro TV plans

FOX and FS1 are common channels across cable, satellite, and live TV streaming services. But throwing Fubo Sports Network into the mix complicates things. Fortunately, no UEFA national team in the FIFA Men’s World Ranking top 10 has games exclusive to Fubo.

The best TV plan for watching the Euros depends on the number of games you want to see. Not every service will have all 51 matches, but here are three convenient viewing options based on game count.

  • Antenna (29 games): An over-the-air (OTA) antenna will get you every game airing on FOX as long as you live within range of an affiliate station. We cover this method more in our free viewing options section below.
  • Antenna + Sling Blue (46 games): Pairing an antenna with a Sling TV subscription (starting at $40.00 a month) is the cheapest way to get FOX with FS1. While the Sling Blue plan guarantees FS1, subscribers in select areas may also receive FOX—meaning you won’t need to bounce between the Sling app and an antenna.
  • Fubo (51 games): Fubo is the only service that carries complete English-language Euro 2024 coverage. Plans start at $79.99 a month, but you can also get a free seven-day trial to watch those five exclusive games happening June 15–22.

Fan verdict: We’ll be watching the Euros with an antenna and Sling Blue subscription. Sling TV is light on features, but its user-friendly interface and affordable pricing make it a practical choice for watching FS1. The antenna is convenient because it doesn’t rely on an internet connection, so you get all FOX games in real time—something streaming services can’t guarantee.

The 2024 UEFA European Championship show page on Sling TV.
You can add the UEFA Euro to your Sling TV watchlist for easy on-demand access. (Image credit: CableTV.com)

Of course, if you prefer Spanish-language coverage, ViX Premium is the way to go. At $6.99 a month, ViX is available as a standalone streaming service and as an add-on package through Sling TV, Amazon Prime Video, and YouTube TV. It’ll stream every UEFA Euro and Copa América game this summer.

Can I watch the UEFA Euro for free?

You can watch the Euros for free using a digital antenna to pick up the 29 games on FOX without a TV subscription. FOX is widely available nationwide, but you can check if a station is near you by entering your zip code in the FCC’s Reception Map Tool. If you need an antenna, our Best OTA Antennas guide lists several great options—including the mid-range Mohu Leaf 50.

Another way to watch games for free is through a live TV streaming trial. We recommend Fubo’s seven-day trial because it’s the only service offering all three Euro channels. But you must plan your trial wisely to get the most out of your seven days.

How to watch the UEFA Euro FAQ

When and where is Euro 2024?

The 2024 UEFA Euro will take place from June 14 to July 14 at ten venues across Germany. Because of the time difference, stateside viewers can catch matches live on TV during the morning and afternoon.

How can I stream Euro 2024 in the US?

Fubo and ViX are the only streaming services that carry every 2024 Euros fixture. If you want English-language commentary and don’t mind missing the five Fubo Sports Network games, you can save around $35 a month with Sling TV. Its Sling Blue plan includes FS1 for all subscribers and FOX for those in select markets.

Who has the TV rights for Euro 2024?

In the U.S., FOX Sports holds the English-language TV rights for the UEFA Euro. But the broadcaster will sublicense five matches to Fubo in 2024 and 2028. Spanish-language U.S. rights belong to TelevisaUnivision, the company behind Univision, TUDN, and ViX.

Is Ronaldo playing in Euro 2024?

Yes, Christiano Ronaldo is part of Portugal’s 26-man Euro squad. His inclusion comes 20 years after his 2004 Euro debut, where Portugal reached the final but lost to Greece.

Who is the favorite to win the Euros in 2024?

Many sports outlets list Gareth Southgate’s England as the favorite to win the 2024 UEFA Euro. But the betting odds also favor France, host nation Germany, Portugal, and Spain. Of course, anything can happen in a knockout tournament. The Netherlands, Belgium, and Italy are also teams to watch.

Why you should trust us

We created this UEFA Euro watch guide to provide an easy-to-follow TV schedule for U.S.-based viewers. Having watched nearly every match in the recent men’s and women’s Euros, we’re well-versed in Europe’s elite football teams and players. We used that knowledge alongside our in-depth expertise in TV services to recommend the best Euro viewing options.

Check out our How We Rank page to learn more about our methods.

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