Spain-France: how to watch the Euro 2024 match in streaming?

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As best it can, the French team continues its journey in this Euro 2024. Next step: the semi-finals. After a victory in extremis After winning the penalty shootout against Portugal, the Blues will now face La Roja, the big favourites for this Euro.

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A meeting which takes place this Tuesday, July 9 at 9 p.m., in the Allianz Arena in Munich.

The 51 matches of Euro 2024 are offered via a free-to-air offer and a paid offer. Here's how to watch the match in streaming, and on which channels.

France seems uncertain in this Euro. This observation, as surprising as it is distressing, is nevertheless shared by a good number of supporters. Against Portugal, the match dragged on until the penalty shootout, after 120 minutes that were sometimes distressing, sometimes soporific. France gets through it in extremis after a miss from Joao Felix, which allowed Théo Hernandez to qualify the Blues after cleaning the skylight from Diogo Costa.

Deschamps and his men seem set to achieve a crazy challenge: reach the final without a single goal scored in open play. Even if the attack leaves something to be desired, the defence on his side does not disappoint, with France now the best in this Euro in this area, with only one goal conceded in five games.

La Roja shines

Spain, for its part, seems to enjoy every match of the competition, as it dominates them so much. After eliminating Germany, the host country and former big favorite, 2 goals to 1, La Roja is just one step away from the final. Carried by a brilliant new generation, it has not hesitated to entrust the keys to players such as Lamine Yamal (16 years old) or Nico Williams (21 years old).

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A bold bet that seems to have paid off: with the best attack in the Euro with 11 goals (compared to 3 for France), La Roja will therefore come up against the best defense in the tournament tonight.

A match between two European giants, to be seen tonight at 9 p.m. on BeIN Sports 1, TF1 and TF1+.

After months of arm wrestling, it was finally the Qatari firm that won grabbed the broadcasting rights of the competition. The channel covers all the Euro matches, including 26 matches for which it has exclusive rights.

  • BeIN Sports Connect : find your programs on MyCANAL from your different devices
    Price : €15/month (no commitment), €7.50/month for under 26s (no commitment)

  • BeIN Sports: find your programs from your Canal+ box (channel 66), Orange (channel 46), Bouygues (channel 51), Free (channel 31) and SFR (channel 115)
    Price : 15 €/month (no commitment)

TF1 / TF1+

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