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Can I Watch Euro 2020 on fuboTV? Viewing Info and Tournament Preview


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France remains the favorites heading into Euro 2020. Can Benzema and Mbappe keep it that way? SEBASTIEN NOGIER/EPA

The wait is finally over as Euro 2020 gears up for its arrival on Friday, beginning a month-long bonanza celebrating the 60th anniversary of the European Championship (or the 61st, owing to the 12-month delay). For the first time, UEFA’s premier tournament will be a continental affair as no fewer than 11 host cities and countries prepare to stage some of the 51 matches taking place between now and the final on July 11.

London’s Wembley Stadium will host both tournament semis and the decider, but will England make a maiden final appearance? Can Portugal become just the second nation to successfully defend the crown? And are world champions France worthy of their billing as favorites?

What TV Channel is Euro 2020 on?

Europe’s biggest international competition will be available to viewers in the United States, who can tune in via ESPN, ABC and TUDN. You can live stream Euro 2020 matches on fuboTV.

How to Watch Euro 2020

Start: Friday, June 11

Finish: Sunday, July 11

Live Stream: fuboTV (watch for free)

The Favorites

France (+500)

Didier Deschamps has no interest in fixing something that isn’t broken, so it makes perfect sense the France manager has retained many of the personnel that helped him clinch the 2018 World Cup.

N’Golo Kante and Olivier Giroud were each part of that world-beating group in Russia, and they head into this competition having been crowned champions of Europe once already this year. The pair played important roles in beating Manchester City to the Champions League title last month, joined by Kurt Zouma Chelsea team-mate, who missed out on Deschamps’ World Cup squad.

Real Madrid star Karim Benzema has also ended a six-year exile from the national team to offer a new quality in attack, which is part of the reason why ex-Arsenal chief Arsene Wenger is buying the hype:

That’s without mentioning the likes of Kylian Mbappe, Paul Pogba, Raphael Varane and Antoine Griezmann. The longer one looks at France’s depth in all areas, the easier it becomes to understand why Les Bleus are +500 favorites to go all the way this summer.

Belgium (+550)

Speaking of high expectations, there’s perhaps even greater pressure on Belgium to perform given their ‘golden generation’ could be nearing the apex of their potential. Having finished third at the World Cup three years ago, the Red Devils have plenty reason to believe this could be the year they win their maiden trophy at a major international tournament (excluding the Olympics).

Champions League runner-up Kevin De Bruyne won’t be fit in time for Saturday’s opener against Russia, but Roberto Martinez’s side are nonetheless heavily fancied to top Group B:

The defensive trio of Toby Alderweireld (32), Jan Vertonghen (34) and Thomas Vermaelen (35) are entering the final stretches of their careers, leaving Belgium with a burden to capitalise while this group is intact.

England (+600)

Fourteen of Belgium’s 26-man squad are 29 or over, while England manager Gareth Southgate has opted for a more youthful selection, with only three players in his squad meeting that criteria. The Three Lions have never featured in a European Championship final but are well-backed as +550 contenders for their first crown in 2021.

Southgate has led England on a streak of six wins leading up to Euro 2020, although recently 1-0 friendly victories over Austria and Romania hardly screamed confidence. It was the incumbent boss who missed England’s decisive penalty at Euro 96 when they suffered a semi-final shootout defeat to eventual champions Germany. That run matched England’s joint-best finish at a European Championship, but Southgate will hope to make happier memories in the competition, calling the shots in a different manner this time around:

Harry Kane will hope to put rumors regarding his potential Tottenham exit to one side in pursuit of international glory, captaining a squad that includes just three players based outside the Premier League. Jadon Sancho and Jude Bellingham each won the DFB-Pokal with Borussia Dortmund this past season, while Kieran Trippier won La Liga in only his second season at Atletico Madrid.

Spain boast the youngest squad of any nation at Euro 2020 with an average age of just 24.1 years, but England (24.8) are a close third in the list behind dark horses Turkey (24.6).

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