When is Spain – England? Times, how to watch on TV, stream online | Euro 2024 final

Spain and England will do battle for the Henri Delaunay Trophy this weekend, as Euro 2024 reaches its climax in Berlin.

The Spaniards have been the team of the tournament so far, earning deserved acclaim for their attractive, attacking football. Having booked their final place with a 2-1 victory over France, La Roja now have the opportunity to secure a record fourth European crown.

England, meanwhile, sealed their spot in a second successive Euros final with a last-gasp 2-1 win over the Netherlands in the semi-finals. Runners-up at Euro 2020, the Three Lions will bid to lift their first piece of major silverware since winning the World Cup in 1966.

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What time does Spain vs England start?

The Euro 2024 final between Spain and England will be played at Berlin’s Olympiastadion on Sunday July 14, with kick-off at 3 p.m. ET / 12 noon PT.

How can I watch Spain vs England?

Viewers in the United States will be able to watch the Euro 2024 final on FOX Network, TUDN USA, Univision and ViX. You can also stream the action on fuboTV, which offers users a free introductory trial.

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Follow Spain vs England live with AS USA

You can be sure not to miss a moment of the action by joining our live text commentary right here on AS USA. Build up begins around 90 minutes before kick-off.

Form guide for Spain vs England

Let’s have a look at the most recent games for these two teams:


  • 9 July: Spain 2-1 France
  • 5 July: Spain 2-1 Germany
  • 30 June: Spain 4-1 Georgia
  • 24 June: Albania 0-1 Spain
  • 20 June: Spain 1-0 Italy


  • 10 July: Netherlands 1-2 England
  • 6 July: England 1-1 Switzerland*
  • 1 July: England 2-1 Slovakia (AET)
  • 25 June: England 0-0 Slovenia
  • 21 June: Denmark 1-1 England

*England won on pens

Spain vs England: Euro 2024 final prediction

Having disappointed in their first five games at Euro 2024, England were much improved in their semi-final victory over the Netherlands. However, this Spain team represents a significant step up from the Dutch. Luis de la Fuente’s men have won six out of six in Germany so far – and we reckon the Spaniards will reach seventh heaven in Berlin. Prediction: Spain 2-1 England.

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