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Women’s Euro 2017 Live Stream: How to watch the match online for free

Women’s Euro 2017 Live Stream: Here’s everything you need to know to watch the match online tonight.

England is set to take on Holland in the semi-finals of the Women’s Euro 2017 tonight and we’ve got all the information you need to watch the match.

Things are set to get underway in Enschede shortly, so here’s what you need to know:

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Women’s Euro 2017 Live Stream: What time is the game on?

The match is set to kick off at 7.45pm UK time, with record viewing figures expected for England’s first major semi-final in 27 years.

The team’s previous match against France averaged around 2 million TV viewers – double the number of an average Premier League fixture on Sky Sports or BT Sport – with a peak audience of 3.3 million.

Women’s Euro 2017 Live Stream: How to watch the match online and on TV

Channel 4 and Eurosport 1 are both offering coverage of the proceedings, so you’ll have a choice as to how to watch.

Channel 4 viewers can tune in from 7pm, while Eurosport 1 will start its coverage from 7:30pm.

If you want to watch online, Channel 4 has its All 4 service, which lets you watch live TV. You’ll need to sign up with either a social media account or your email, but it’s all free. That said, you will need a TV licence.

There’s also an app for streaming via mobile, which can be found using the following links:

Alternatively, Eurosport is available on Sky, Virgin Media, or BT TV, so you’ll need a subscription if you want to watch via any of those platforms. If you do happen to be customer already, you can watch Eurosport 1 live online via the website.

Again, there’s a mobile offering here. The Eurosport Player app gives you on demand access to live Eurosport:

And that’s all you need to know. Enjoy the match!

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