Stream Europa League games on B/R Live (U.S.)
Turner Sports has acquired the U.S. broadcasting rights from Fox and will broadcast the games on its B/R Live streaming service.
Subscriptions are available per match (3 USD), month (9 USD), or year (80 USD).
Watch Europa League Soccer on fuboTV (U.S.)
Need another option to stream the Europa League? Give fuboTV a go – they have a seven-day free trial too!
Use fuboTV along with Fox Soccer Match Pass and you’ll get two weeks of free streams! To get started:
- Get ExpressVPN.
- Connect to a server location in the U.S.
- Head to fuboTV and use the free trial.
Watch the Europa League live on BT Sport (UK)
For those of you in the UK, BT Sport offers exclusive live streaming, highlights, and analysis. Here’s how to watch:
- Get ExpressVPN.
- Connect to a server location in the UK.
- Visit the BT Sports Europa League page.
- Enjoy the games!
When are Europa League matches played?
The ‘league’ part of the tournament usually starts in mid-September. Matches are played on Thursday evenings every two weeks until mid-December.
The Europa League then switches to a knockout format, which starts with the ‘Round of 32’ in mid-February. Matches are then played most weeks until the final, always on Thursday nights.
The 2020 Europa League final will be played on May 27 at Stadion Energa Gdańsk in Gdańsk, Poland.
Chelsea vs. Arsenal: Who wins the Europa League?
Premier League titans Arsenal and Chelsea will clash in the Europa League’s first-ever all-English final. The Gunners will need to keep a leash on the mercurial Eden Hazard while the Blues must fend off Arsenal’s electric duo of Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
It’s not every year the Europa League Final can look like its Champions League counterpart, but with these two talented squads in the mix, this has the smell of an instant classic!
Leave your Europa football predictions in the comments below!