If you’re trying to find out how you can watch Wales vs. Slovakia in Euro 2016, you’ve come to the right place.
For Wales, this is the first major soccer tournament they’ve qualified for in 58 years. The last time was the 1958 World Cup in Sweden where they played against a very young Pele. They’ll be facing a tough test against a Slovakia side captained by Martin Skrtel.
Here are all of the details of where you can watch it on television and via legal streaming:
Who: Wales vs. Slovakia
What: Euro 2016, Group B
When: Game kicks off at Noon ET / 9am PT; Saturday, June 11, 2016
Where: Live on ESPN, ESPN Deportes, WatchESPN, Sling Latino and Sling TV (free trial)
With Sling TV, you can watch the Wales vs. Slovakia game and other Euro 2016 games with a free 7-day trial. With the legal streaming service, you can watch the game on your computer, smartphone, tablet, Roku or hook it up with your smart TV or Google Chromecast or Amazon Fire.
Plus Sling TV, the legal streaming service also includes beIN SPORTS (La Liga, Serie A, World Cup qualifiers), Univision Deportes (Liga MX, MLS, World Cup) as well as ESPN, ESPN2 plus tons of entertainment channels.
The Sling TV app is available for Windows 7 & higher, Apple computers (Lion 10.7 & higher) Amazon Fire TV, Amazon Fire tablet (running Android 4.4.2+), Roku, Android TV, ZTE, Channel Master, Apple iOS 8 (& higher) phones & tablets, Android 4.0.3 (and higher) phones & tablets and Xbox One.
Heading into these European Championships, Slovakia may well be the most unpredictable of all 24 nations involved.
That’s after a qualifying campaign that oscillated between fantastic and farcical. The Repre stormed out of the blocks with an away win against Ukraine, a 2-1 win over Spain and another four victories on the bounce afterwards. It was a start that almost certainly guaranteed their qualification for the competition proper.
Kozak’s side did finish with a whimper, though. Their only win in the last four was against Luxembourg, with no goals scored against Spain, Ukraine and Belarus. Given their veteran forward and all-time top scorer Robert Vittek will miss the tournament with injury, their lack of proven goalscoring options will be a concern for the manager.
Not since 1958 have we seen Wales take part in a major tournament, although there aren’t many who are branding this side with the minnows tag that kind of prolonged absence might usually warrant.
That’s because Coleman’s men have been on the up for a while now. They qualified for the finals with ease in the end from a group containing Belgium, Israel and a dangerous Bosnia-Herzegovina team. And while the progression was greeted with widespread celebration, for those following Wales’ progression it was no great surprise.
They’ve become a very strong outfit under the manager’s guidance. Of course, they’re geared up to get the best out of inspirational forward Gareth Bale, but there’s quality all over the pitch. Ashley Williams is dominant at the back, Joe Allen and Aaron Ramsey offer a brilliant blend in midfield and up top, Hal Robson-Kanu does an understatedly sound job making space for others.
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