England and Germany will meet at Wembley Stadium in London in the historic UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 finals on Sunday (31 July). It is scheduled to kick off at 12 pm ET.
Here, you will know How to watch Women’s Euro 2022 Final Live Stream And Television From Anywhere
How to watch the Women’s Euro 2022 Final on Television?
Being the largest online broadcaster in the United States, ESPN will bring all the live actions of the Women’s Euro 2022 Final on their TV channel. Anyone having a cable TV connection with ESPN will be able to watch the final match streamed live.
BBC Sports will broadcast the 2022 Women’s EURO Final. Fans in the UK can enjoy the match from home, provided they have a cable connection to the channel.
Indian pay television sports channel Sony Six HD will broadcast the match in India and the Indian subcontinent.
How to Livestream the tournament?
Live coverage of the UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 final will be aired on BBC One and BBC iPlayer. It will be streamed live on ESPN. Live scores and stats of the match can be caught live on NBCSports.com
ESPN will be showing the Women’s Euro 2022 Final on their OTT platform ‘ESPN+’. Paid subscribers will be able to watch it on their channel. The monthly subscription fee for ESPN+ is $6.99.
To watch the live stream of the events on BBC, you will need to download the app. Existing BBC channel users will be able to download it for free. If you are a new user, you may need to pay the subscription fee.
Fubo is one of the top-notch OTT services in the world. The platform has the right to stream the match live. There are 150+ channels with a subscription to fubo, including ESPN. The subscription fee for Fubo costs $64.99 while you can also try their free trial option to get high-quality TV streaming online.
How to Watch the Women’s Euro 2022 Final from Anywhere?
- Australia: Optus
- France: TF1, Canal+
- Germany: ARD, ZDF
- India: SonySix
- Italy: RAI, Sky Italia
- Serbia: RTS Serbia
- Spain: TVE
- UK: BBC
- USA: ESPN, TUDN
This is the second time for the two teams facing off in a European Women’s Championship final. Prior to this, they met each other in 2009 at the Olympic Stadium, Helsinki. Germany defeated England by a thick margin of 6-2 to uphold the cup. It’s a golden opportunity for the lionesses to win their first major trophy in women’s football. The battle awaits the entire football world.