How to watch Euro 2020 online in Australia: Live stream guide

The rescheduled European Championships - still using the title Euro 2020 - are here and all the matches are being broadcast live online in Australia.

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Just like the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, the latest European Championships of football - Euro 2020 - were forced back a year due to the pandemic that has impacted everybody across the globe. Also just like the Olympics, Euro 2020 is forging ahead a year later while retaining 2020 in its title.

It feels like an age since Portugal took out the last instalment, when global superstar Cristiano Ronaldo helped guide them to victory back in 2016. Can they go back-to-back? Or could an England side seemingly always in the spotlight snare a win – or even just make the final for the first time?

This is the 16th edition of the championships, which were first held in 1960. Germany and Spain are the tournament's most successful nations, with three titles apiece. This year there will be 24 teams competing for the prize that all European nations covet.

There's no host country in the traditional sense. Instead, Euro 2020 will be hosted by 11 cities in 11 European countries for the first time, including London, Rome, Munich and St Petersburg. The round of 16, semi-finals and final are scheduled to be played at London's Wembley Stadium.

Following a long qualification process, the 24 teams are split up into six groups each containing four countries. The tournament runs from 12 June right through to the final on 12 July AEST.

How to watch every Euro 2020 match in Australia

All UEFA Euro 2020 games are broadcast exclusively through Optus Sport. So, if you are keen to watch the action, your decision is simple. Optus also owns the rights to the English Premier League and some international friendlies.

If you want to keep up with Euro superstars like Ronaldo, Antoine Griezmann, Kylian Mbappé, Luka Modrić, Robert Lewandowski and more play for their club teams, Optus Sport doesn't have you covered. For that, you should take a look at Kayo Sports. It's the only Australian platform to give access to every A-League game, La Liga, Bundesliga, Serie A, Ligue 1, the EFL, Copa America, Africa Cup of Nations and more with unique viewing features.

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How to subscribe to Optus Sport

Optus Sport is free to most Optus customers, or as an add-on service at an additional charge for prepaid customers. For those who are not already with Optus, you can still sign up. Optus Sport offers a few different types of subscription options.

If you choose to sign up to Optus Sport only you can do so via the app for $14.99/month. You can then stream Euro 2020 matches to desktop and laptop computers, iOS and Android devices, Fetch TV, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Xbox One and Amazon Fire.

The Optus Sport app offers plenty of live programming, catch-up matches, commentary shows and more for Euro 2020 fans.

If that isn't quite what you're after, Optus Sport is also available with Fetch TV. The most economical way to take this option is to get a Fetch TV Mini. This comes with a basic Fetch subscription, which you can then add the Optus Sport pack to for $14.99/month.

Please note that Fetch devices purchased through Internet providers other than Optus are not supported.

Euro 2020 fixtures

Date Match Time (AEST)
22 June Ukraine vs Austria 2:00 AM
22 June North Macedonia vs Netherlands 2:00 AM
22 June Russia vs Denmark 5:00 AM
22 June Finland vs Belgium 5:00 AM
23 June Croatia vs Scotland 5:00 AM
23 June Czech Republic vs England 5:00 AM
24 June Sweden vs Poland 2:00 AM
24 June Slovakia vs Spain 2:00 AM
24 June Portugal vs France 5:00 AM
24 June Germany vs Hungary 5:00 AM
27 June Wales vs Denmark 2:00 AM
27 June Italy vs Austria 5:00 AM
28 June Netherlands vs Czech Republic 2:00 AM
28 June Belgium vs Portugal 5:00 AM
29 June Croatia vs Spain 2:00 AM
29 June France vs Switzerland 5:00 AM
30 June England vs Germany 2:00 AM
30 June Sweden vs Ukraine 5:00 AM
3 July Switzerland vs Spain 2:00 AM
3 July Belgium vs Italy 5:00 AM
4 July Czech Republic vs Denmark 2:00 AM
4 July Ukraine vs England 5:00 AM
7 July Italy vs Spain 5:00 AM
8 July England vs Denmark 5:00 AM
12 July Italy vs England 5:00 AM

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