UEFA national team competitions kick off on FOX Sports and FuboTV with UEFA Nations League™
FOX Sports and FuboTV Inc. today announce coverage plans and broadcast schedules for the first window of the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) Nations League™ 2022/23 competition.
Beginning on Wednesday, June 1, and continuing through to the end of the first window of match days on Tuesday, June 14, FOX Sports presents 44 UEFA Nations League™ 2022/23 matches across the FOX family of networks, including FS1, FS2, FOX Soccer Plus, Tubi and the FOX Sports App. UEFA Nations League™ marks the first competition in the network’s new agreement with UEFA.
Sixty UEFA Nations League™ 2022/23 matches will stream exclusively on sports-first live TV streaming platform FuboTV’s Fubo Sports Network, as part of a FuboTV subscription package of more than 100 sports, news and entertainment channels. FuboTV will also stream select UEFA Nations League™ matches on Fubo Sports Network through its distribution partners including Hisense Smart TVs, LG Channels, Sports on Tubi, Plex, Samsung TV Plus, The Roku Channel, Vizio Channels and XUMO.
UEFA Nations League™ 2022/23 highlights:
- UEFA Nations League™ 2020/21 runner-up Spain open play on the second day of the competition vs. Portugal. Live coverage on FS1 starts at 2:30 PM ET on Thursday, June 2.
- Reigning UEFA Nations League™ 2020/21 champion France makes their competition debut vs. Denmark on Friday, June 3 at 2:45 PM ET on FuboTV, while France’s clash with Croatia on Monday, June 6, is set for FS1 with live coverage starting at 2:30 PM ET. France will take on Austria Friday, June 10, on FS1 beginning at 2:30 PM ET, before they match up with Croatia again on Monday, June 13, at 2:45 PM ET on FuboTV.
- FuboTV will stream all four England matches on Fubo Sports Network. Three Lions fans can watch England vs. Hungary on Saturday, June 4, at 12:00 PM ET, England vs. Germany on Tuesday, June 7, at 2:45 PM ET, England vs. Italy on Saturday, June 11, at 2:45 PM ET, and England vs. Hungary on Tuesday, June 14, at 2:45 PM ET.
- The latest chapter of the Low Countries Derby between Belgium and Netherlands takes center stage Friday, June 3, with live coverage beginning at 2:30 PM ET on FS1.
- Switzerland’s matches vs. Spain on Thursday, June 9, and vs. Portugal on Sunday, June 12, will each stream on FuboTV with 2:45 PM ET starts.
- Germany hosts Italy on Tuesday, June 14, with live coverage set for 2:30 PM ET on FS1.
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