Watch the Huuhkajat take flight with our Finland national football team TV schedule.

Interestingly, Finland got its start as a member of FIFA in 1908 – while the nation was an autonomous state within the old Russian Empire. Since 1917 they’ve played as a fully independent nation.

Political divisions within the country saw two separate governing bodies in the sport last all the way until 1956.

No matter the political affiliation, however, it’s not been easy going for the Finns.

They’ve never qualified for the FIFA World Cup, and have only appeared in one European Championship (2020).

The highest accomplishments from Finland to date are finishing 4th at the 1912 Olympic Games, and winning the final edition of the Nordic Football Championship in 2001.

Finland TV schedule and streaming links

    First game: October 22, 1911 (Loss vs Sweden in Helsinki)
    Markku Kanerva
    Best World Cup finish:
    Never qualified
    Best European Championship Finish:
    17th (2020 – only appearance)

    Where can I watch the Finland match?

    The Euros can be found on FOX Sports through the 2028 tournament.

    However, select Euro qualifiers and UEFA Nations League matches are exclusive to Fubo – so not every game is necessarily on FOX.

    Univision & TUDN, with ViX for streaming, has these matches in Spanish.

    If Finland makes the 2026 World Cup, you can once again look to FOX Sports and Telemundo/Peacock for coverage in the USA.

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