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Published: July 11, 2021 (3 months ago)

It’s Italy vs. England in the 2020 UEFA Euro final at Wembley Stadium in London on Sunday, July 11 (7/11/2021), at 3:00 p.m. ET. How to watch Italy vs. England Online: UEFA Euro 2020 final time, TV channel, FREE live stream

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The match will be broadcast on ESPN and TUDN, and can be streamed live on fuboTV, ESPN+, Sling and other live TV streaming services.

England will be fighting for its first ever European Championship in front of a friendly home crowd, but Italy — who have not won the championship since 1968 — brings the momentum of a staggering 33-game unbeaten streak into Sunday’s final.–167658693/–167658693/–167658693/–167658693/–167658693/–167658693/–167658693/–167658693/–167658693/–167658693/–167658693/–167658693/

In the semifinals, Italy drew with Spain 1-1, but won 4-2 on penalties. England beat Denmark 2-1 to advance.

Here’s how to watch the game:

What: UEFA Euro 2020 final

Who: Italy vs. England

When: Sunday, July 11

Where: Wembley Stadium

Time: 3:00 p.m. ET

TV: ESPN, TUDN (Spanish language)

Playing at the European Championship has been a very welcome feeling for England defender John Stones. Thanks, in part, to the refereeing.

While Premier League games are often punctuated by long pauses for drawn-out video review checks, that hasn’t been the case over the last month with refereeing overseen by UEFA at Euro 2020.

A higher threshold for intervening to potentially overturn on-field decisions cuts out pauses in games.

“They wanted everything to go quite swiftly and move and keep the game flowing,” Stones said Friday. “I’d like to see that maybe definitely coming to the Premier League next season if they can kind of, not speed the game, but keep it flowing a little bit more. That would be a good thing that’s probably come out of this tournament.”

So quick are some of the VAR checks that it might not seem one is even taking place.

In Sunday’s final at Wembley Stadium, Dutch referee Björn Kuipers will oversee the match between England and Italy.

“We want the minimum interference for the maximum benefit and we want to intervene (only) for clear and obvious mistakes,” UEFA chief refereeing officer Robert Rosetti said during the tournament.

“We need to find the correct balance in the line of intervention, because our target is to keep football like it is. It’s not acceptable to study all the minor pushing or pulling, or minor contacts and marginal contacts independently. The laws of the game are clear.”

Unlike competitions, including the Premier League, calls like offside aren’t being dissected on television forensically with dotted lines and detailed geometry.

“The time that is taken for the decisions has been really quick,” Stones said. “It seems that sometimes from our point of view, we want it to be kind of checked a little bit more.”

Not so on Wednesday, perhaps, when Raheem Sterling won the penalty that led to England’s winner against Denmark in the semifinals. Bursting into the penalty area in extra time, Sterling appeared to lose his balance following a challenge by Joakim Maehle. The winger eventually fell to the ground after a nudge from another Denmark player, Mathias Jensen.

“It was the correct decision,” Stones said. “He’s been bumped from two sides.”

It produced a European Championship record 16th penalty, which was saved but England captain Harry Kane scored from the rebound.

Italy midfielder Marco Verratti, however, thought England was fortunate to be awarded the spot kick that led to the 2-1 win.

“If I was the referee I wouldn’t have awarded a penalty,” Verratti said. “I think it was a bit of a generous penalty. But that’s part of soccer, it can happen. It was an important goal, because obviously they won the match, but it was a generous penalty.”

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ENGLAND’S historic day is here as they take on Italy in the final of Euro 2020 at Wembley Stadium in front of 65,000 fans.

The Three Lions have been brilliant up until now but will face a tough Azzurri side, who are currently enjoying an incredible 33-game unbeaten run.

Follow live coverage of England taking on Italy in the Euro 2020 final tonight at Wembley, as the Three Lions attempt to win a second major men’s football trophy 55 years on from World Cup glory at the same venue in 1966.

Gareth Southgate’s team have made a surprisingly unflustered journey to the final, progressing from Group D without conceding a goal before that momentous and confidence-building win over Germany in the round of 16. Then came a 4-0 thrashing of Ukraine in Rome before a tense extra-time victory over Denmark back at Wembley to book their place in tonight’s showpiece, and the country has united behind a likeable young squad on the verge of history.

An impressive Italy side stand in their way, however, who are unbeaten in their past 33 games and are the tournament’s topscorers under manager Roberto Mancini. Lorenzo Insigne and Federico Chiesa have been particularly potent threats in attack while Jorginho and Marco Verratti have controlled the majority of games from midfield, although Spain gave them a difficult time in a tight semi-final which was settled by penalties. At the back, captain Giorgio Chiellini pits his experience against the threat of England captain Harry Kane.


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