If you’re trying to find out how you can watch Ireland vs. Sweden in Euro 2016, you’ve come to the right place.
The Republic of Ireland against Sweden should be one of the treats of the tournament. Both nations have incredible supporters, so expect a raucous atmosphere in the stadium. But both teams are proud football nations who could spring a surprise featuring stars such as Robbie Keane and Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Here are all of the details of where you can watch it on television and via legal streaming:
With Sling TV, you can watch the Ireland vs. Sweden 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.
The Republic of Ireland are no strangers when it comes to testing groups and thankfully for their fanatical supporters, The Boys in Green were able to emerge from another one, through a tricky playoff and into the competition proper this summer.
O’Neill’s side did leave it late, admittedly. Their qualification hopes were hanging by a thread as they welcomed world champions Germany to the Aviva Stadium in their penultimate qualifying match. But the Republic produced a stirring display to book a playoff spot against Bosnia-Herzegovina, which they won by a 3-1 aggregate scoreline.
Having battled so hard to get into the 24-team tournament, once again Ireland have been handed some extremely capable opponents. Four years ago they were outclassed by Spain—eventual winners—, Italy—runners-up—and a talented Croatia outfit in their three group games. Just Belgium, Sweden and, once again, the Azzurri await this time round.
While Sweden may have preferred to qualify automatically for this summer’s tournament, the manner in which they progressed has left many associated with the national side buoyed about what is to come this summer.
Not only did the Blagult see an inspired display from their longstanding talisman in the two-legged playoff, they came against Scandinavian rivals Denmark. Ibrahimovic scored three goals over the course of the matches, including a stunning free-kick in a pulsating second leg. “They said they were going to send me to retirement,” he said. “I sent their whole nation into retirement.”
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