UEFA Euro 2016 is expected to kick off on 10 June in the host-country France as the global football fraternity awaits the unveiling of the extravaganza with the hosts taking on Romania in the opener. The defending champions Spain will be in contention for another title shot in the fifteenth edition of the tournament having secured three championship titles.
The latest edition of UEFA Euro will feature a total of 24 teams as opposed to 16 in the previous editions. With civilian security being of utmost importance France has launched a terror alert app for iOS and Android ahead of the Euro tournament to ensure the safety of the supporters at the European extravaganza.
Those who wish to watch the live-streaming of the Euro football can now enjoy the event online without a cable subscription. For the benefit of die-hard football fans, CutCableToday has offered two quick-fix solutions:
One can sign up for a basic $20 monthly subscription with Sling TV to enjoy uninterrupted access to all UEFA Euro 2016 matches via ESPN and ESPN2 channels online. The best part is that the subscription is not tied to any contractual obligations and you can terminate the connection whenever you decide to do so.
You can also avail Spanish commentary via ESPN Deportes if you subscribe for the Best of Spanish TV package at an additional $5 per month.
The Sling TV live-streaming service will be available on numerous devices including iPhone, iPad, PC, Mac and Android devices. Alternatively, you can use streaming media players like Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, Xbox One and Roku.
Sling TV brings you a 7-day free trial for watching all the matches in the first week of Euro 2016 before you opt for your favourite subscription plan.
PlayStation Vue also offers a monthly subscription pack at $30 which is a bit expensive than the Sling TV. However, you get access to more than 55 channels in addition to ESPN and ESPN2 with this package.
In terms of device compatibility, the PlayStation Vue offers limited options including PS3, PS4, iPhone and iPad, besides streaming media players like Amazon TV, Fire TV Stick or Chromecast for playback on TV.
The PS Vue also offers a 7-day free trial along the lines of Sling TV. So, you can enjoy the matches for the first week at no cost before you decide to subscribe for your favourite package.
Check out the complete schedule and itinerary details for the UEFA Euro tournament starting 10 June with timings listed in Eastern Standard Time (EST):