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How to watch the UEFA Nations League: Live stream the Nation League fixtures anywhere online

England play Belgium and Iceland, but there are many more exciting clashes. Here's how to watch the UEFA Nation League action

The 2020 UEFA Nations League returns with all 55 member association countries playing two games each on four matchdays between Saturday (14 November) and Wednesday (18 November). England play Belgium on Sunday, followed by Iceland on Wednesday.

The other big clashes to look forward to are between reigning Euro Champions Portugal reigning World Cup Champions France on Saturday; Wales vs Republic of Ireland on Sunday; and Spain vs Germany on Tuesday. Apart from Wales and Republic of Ireland, Scotland and Northern Ireland also play two games each this week.

If you live in the UK, then the best way to watch every UEFA Nations League fixture this week is by getting Sky Sports on your TV. Alternatively, Sky’s a-la-carte streaming service Now TV Sky Sports Pass will give you instant access to all the important games on any device, including every game featuring England, Scotland, Wales, Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. You can access both services using a good VPN from outside the UK.

The UEFA Nations League is a new bi-annual tournament that breathes new life into friendly matches that take place during the international break. The tournament is organised in a way that sees many of the top teams go up against each other, thereby giving fans another reason to tune in and support their international football teams.

Portugal won the inaugural edition that took place soon after the 2018 World Cup defeating Netherlands in the last year’s final. England made it to the semi-finals of that tournament before losing 3-1 to Netherlands in extra-time.

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UEFA Nations League Fixtures (14-18 November)

Below is a list of games broadcast by both Sky Sports and Now TV Sky Sports Pass this week.

Here is the full list of UEFA Nation League fixtures, including those available on the Sky Sports Red Button.

Saturday, 14 November 2020

  • San Marino vs Gibraltar at 2pm on Sky Sports Football
  • Cyprus vs Luxembourg at 5pm on Sky Sports Football
  • Portugal vs France at 7:45pm on Sky Sports Football

Sunday, 15 November 2020

  • North Macedonia vs Estonia at 2pm on Sky Sports
  • Slovakia vs Scotland at 2pm on Sky Sports Football
  • Nertherlands vs Bosnia and Herzegovina at 5pm on Sky Sports
  • Wales vs Republic of Ireland at 5pm on Sky Sports Football
  • Austria vs Northern Ireland at 7:45pm on Sky Sports Football
  • Belgium vs England at 7:45pm on Sky Sports

Tuesday, 17 November 2020

  • Spain vs Germany at 7:45pm on Sky Sports Football

Wednesday, 18 November 2020

  • Albania vs Belarus at 3pm on Sky Sports Football
  • Armenia vs North Macedonia at 5pm on Sky Sports Football
  • England vs Iceland at 7:45pm on Sky Sports Main Event
  • Israel vs Scotland at 7:45pm on Sky Sports Football
  • Northern Ireland vs Romania at 7:45pm on Sky Sports Mix
  • Republic of Ireland vs Bulgaria at 7:45pm on Sky Sports Arena
  • Wales vs Finland at 7:45pm on Sky Sports

How to watch the UEFA Nations League in the UK: Now TV

If you don’t already have Sky Sports (see below), then the quickest and easiest way to watch the UEFA Nations League is with a Now TV Sky Sports Pass. Buying a Now TV pass doesn’t require any prior subscription – simply create an account by entering your details, choose the pass you want, download the Now TV Player app and away you go.

Now TV Sky Sports passes come in two forms: the Day Pass (£9) and the Month Pass (£34). While both passes give you exclusive access to 11 Sky Sports Channels, you can stream content on any three devices with the Now TV Month Pass, but only two on the Day Pass. The Month Pass also provides HD-quality streaming, whereas the Day Pass restricts this to SD streaming.

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How to watch the UEFA Nations League in the UK: Sky Sports

If you’re subscribed to Sky, then you’ll need to add Sky Sports to your existing package. This currently costs £23 a month on an 18-month contract, but you get access to a variety of sports including cricket, golf, rugby and basketball.

If you already have a Sky subscription, then you’re also automatically the owner of a Sky Go account, giving you access to Sky Sports, Sky Movies and other top channels such as Sky One and Sky Atlantic, along with Sky’s excellent catch-up and on-demand service.

There is a catch, however: Sky Go limits you to three devices, and you can only watch one of these at any one time. If you subscribe to Sky Go Extra, however, you can register up to four devices. This costs £5 extra on top of your Sky Go subscription.

You can add and remove one device each calendar month, so if you’re likely to be following the action on multiple devices, make sure you’ve planned in advance which ones you’re likely to be using at any given time.

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How to watch the UEFA Nations League in other countries

The UEFA Nations League comprises of 55 European football teams, starring many of your favourite international players. The tournament is broadcast on different channels in over 300 countries around the world. Click here to see which channel the tournament is broadcast in your country.

How to watch the UEFA Nations League wherever you are: use a good VPN service

The only way to watch the UEFA Nations League from outside your country is to use a good VPN service. You will first need to purchase one of the VPNs mentioned below (both VPNs come with a 30-day no-questions-asked moneyback guarantee), then change your VPN location to the UK (or your country).

After doing that, simply login to the website or streaming service that’s broadcasting the tournament. A VPN helps you geoshift your location so that websites think that you’re browsing from the country you select within the VPN, even though you can be based anywhere in the world.

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