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Where to find Sweden vs. Norway on US TV and streaming

If you’re trying to find out how you can watch Sweden vs. Norway in the Euro 2020 qualifier, you’ve come to the right place.

You can watch the game for free with a 7-day trial to Sling TV. More details below.

Match: Sweden vs. Norway
Kickoff: Sunday, 2:45pm ET
Looking to watch Sweden vs. Norway online from your work, home or on the go? If you live in the USA, there are several options to catch all the action.

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Here are all of the details of where you can watch it on television and via legal streaming:

Who: Sweden vs. Norway
What: Euro 2020 qualifier
When: Game kicks off at 2:45pm ET / 11:45am PT; Sunday, September 8, 2019
Where: Live on ESPNEWS and Sling Orange plus Sports Extra (free trial)

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3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Larry Kern

    September 8, 2019 at 1:44 pm

    ESPN have never been champions of world football and their market share has decreased accordingly. I think it’s important to not hold your breath waiting for ESPN to get their $hit together…they aren’t the big boys and whatever hacks they choose because of their affordability, that’s about the best you’re going to
    get. Hit ’em where it hurts, use other platforms and services.

    • Azer

      September 8, 2019 at 3:58 pm

      Larry, I agree with you 100%. ESPNFC was on ESPNEWS and didn’t interfere with any other programming and yet they took it away. I can go down the list. I just hope Fox Sports gets it act together and prevents the Bundesliga from joining the Micky Mouse Club.

  2. Azer

    September 7, 2019 at 9:31 pm

    Why isn’t ESPN assigning Jon Champion to commentate Sweden v. Norway or some of the other EURO 2020 Qualifiers they show on TV like Germany v. Netherlands on Friday. I’m sure privately he’s asking himself the same question. I’m sure Ian Darke is also available. Mark Donaldson is not bad either. All three can be paired with Paul Mariner or Kasey Keller for example. I’m sorry, I’m not going to waste my time listening to Adrian Healy and Taylor Twellmann for 90+ minutes. ESPN can do better.

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