Wales are facing off against Belgium in tonight’s Euro 2016 match. Here’s how to watch the big game live online, or on your mobile device, for free.
At 8pm BST, Wales and Belgium’s final eight encounter will kick off, and we’re sure you’ll want to follow all the action as it happens.
Of course, not all of use will be able to get to a TV to catch the game live, but luckily it’s easy to tune in to the football from any PC, smartphone or tablet.
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The BBC has the rights to tonight’s match, and thankfully the Beeb’s iPlayer lets you watch live TV – it’s not just a catch-up service.
Just head over to the iPlayer site tonight at 7.30pm and click ‘Watch Live’ to tune in. You do need a TV licence to watch online though.
If you miss the match tonight, catchup will also be available via the same portal.
Want to watch on-the-go instead? To enjoy the best possible viewing experience, you’ll need to download an app.
Coverage starts at 7.30pm BST on BBC One, with kick-off at 8pm.
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