Denmark vs. England is at 2:45 p.m. ET / 11:45 a.m. PT, today (Tuesday, Sep. 8). ESPN2 covers the match in the U.S., while UK viewers can follow the national team on Sky Sports.
It's time for the Denmark vs. England live stream, which sees England off to a winning start in the new Nations League competition. Yes, after beating Iceland in a not-so-thrilling 1-0 game over the weekend, their next challenge is Denmark, looking to rebound after a 2-0 loss to Belgium in their opening game.
England will be without the services of two promising young players, as Mason Greenwood and Phil Foden have been dropped from the squad after violating quarantine protocols put in place due to the coronavirus pandemic. Still, England head into the Denmark match as favorites, as the Danes look to find their form.
If you'd like to tune into the Denmark vs. England match, it's easy enough to find a live stream. We can tell you which channels are airing the match as well as how to use a VPN to find a broadcast in your area.
How can I use a VPN to watch Denmark vs. England?
If the Denmark vs. England match isn't available where you are, you can always hunt down a feed from another country. A virtual private network, or VPN, can help you do that by disguising your location. You can then find Denmark vs. England live streams that might otherwise be geo-locked.
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Denmark vs. England live streams in the U.S.
ESPN2 is carrying the Denmark vs. England match, so all you have to do is tune into the cable channel at the 2:45 p.m. EDT/11:45 a.m. PDT kick-off time to watch. ESPN also live streams coverage on its website as well as its mobile app (Android, iOS) so you can watch Denmark vs. England that way, too.
Of course, those options are only available to you if you subscribe to cable or satellite TV, as you'll need to provide your login credentials to stream the match from ESPN's website or mobile app. Cord cutters will have to find a different route, and a streaming TV service could be a good alternative to cable.
The cheapest option is Sling TV, which costs $30 a month and includes ESPN. Hulu with Live TV is also an option.
Denmark vs. England live streams in the UK
Sky Sports begins its coverage of Denmark vs. England at 7 p.m. BST, though the match itself won't kick off until 7:45 p.m. If you don't subscribe to Sky Sports, a day pass through Now TV costs £9.99.
Denmark vs. England live streams in Canada
It looks like Canadians will have to turn to the UEFA.TV website if they want to watch Denmark vs. England.
Denmark vs. England live streams in other regions
Here's a sampling of where you can watch the Denmark vs. England match in other parts of the world.
- Australia: Optus Sport
- Brazil: Esporte Interativo Plus
- British Virgin Islands: ESPN Caribbean, ESPNPlay Caribbean
- Denmark: Eurosport Player Denmark, Kanal 5 Denmark
- France: L'Equipe Web
- Germany: DAZN
- India: SONY TEN 2, SONY TEN 2 HD, Sony LIV
- Ireland: Sky Sports Football, SKY GO Extra, Virgin TV Go, Virgin Media Two, Sky Sports Main Event
- Israel: Sport 1, Sport 4
- Mexico: Sky HD, Blue To Go Video Everywhere
- Puerto Rico: DIRECTV Sports Puerto Rico, ESPN Caribbean, ESPNPlay Caribbean
For more regions, check out LiveSoccerTV.com.
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