France vs Belgium: live stream, TV channel, kick-off time and where to watch

France vs Belgium: live stream, TV channel, kick-off time and where to watch

How to watch the Euro 2020 match between France and Belgium, as well as kick-off time and team news.

France And Belgium will their Euro 2024 their hopes are at stake when they meet in the round of 16 in Düsseldorf on Monday.

Both were expected to be in England’s so-called favorable position in the knockout stages ahead of the final round of the group stage.

However, the favorites for the European Championship, Les Blues, had to give up the top position in Group D to Austria, after the team drew 1-1 against already eliminated Poland.

Belgium, meanwhile, are facing their own problems after qualifying behind Romania in Group E following a goalless draw against Ukraine.

Here, GOAL gives you everything you need to know about watching, including TV channels, streaming details and more.

Kick-off time France versus Belgium

The European Championship match between France and Belgium will be played on Merkur Spiel-Arena, DusseldorfGermany.

It will start at 5 pm BST on Monday July 1in the United Kingdom (UK).

How to watch France vs Belgium online: TV channels & live streams

In the BritainThe European Championship match between France and Belgium will be available to watch and stream live online ITV1, ITVX, STV And STV player.

Checking out GOAL’s Live Match Centre for updates.

How to Watch Anywhere with VPN

If you’re abroad, you may need to use a virtual private network (VPN) to watch matches via your usual streaming service. A VPN, like NordVPNyou can establish a secure online connection while streaming. If you are not sure which VPN to use, check out GOAL‘s guide to the best VPNs for streaming sports.

Team news and selections

Team news from France

Kylian Mbappewho played the 90th minute against Poland without any problems after recovering from his broken nose, will certainly be able to lead the French attack here. Head coach Didier Deschamps will do everything to have all his men ready.

The France manager opted to rest Antoine Griezmann for the final Group D tie, but an immediate return to starting line-up is in store for the Atletico Madrid man, whose recovery should see France return to their 4- 2-3-1 formation.

France possible XI: Maignan; Kounde, Saliba, Upamecano, Hernandez; Kante, Tchouameni; Dembele, Griezmann, Rabiot; Mbappe.

Belgian team news

Belgium also has no worries about new injuries, but head coach Domenico Tedesco can handle the ax after another disappointing performance. Sevilla winger Dodi Lukebakio has returned from suspension, and Arsenal’s Leandro Trossard will have to fight to keep his place in the attack.

Belgium possible XI: Casteels; Castagne, Faes, Vertonghen, Theate; Lukaku.

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