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Euro 2020 on Fire Stick

Euro 2020 on Fire Stick

Looking to live stream Euro 2020 from your Amazon Fire TV Stick? Using a Fire Stick is a simple way to stream all of the matches in all corners of the globe.

Its compatibility with most modern TVs makes it an affordable option for many – no need to upgrade the set just yet – and you don’t need to be signed up to Amazon Prime to use it, either.

Here’s all you need to know about watching Euro 2020 on Fire Stick so you don’t miss any of the action over the next couple of months. Which broadcasters are compatible with the device? And why an Amazon Fire TV Stick VPN may prove your best buddy for the football.

In case you’re not familiar with the Amazon Fire TV Stick, it’s a video streaming device that connects your TV to a range of streaming apps, such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, Sling TV, Optus, BBC iPlayer and loads more. Connecting a Fire Stick to your TV essentially transforms it into a smart TV, and it keeps all of your apps in one easy-to-access place.

There’s a one-off purchase fee, then it’s completely free to use, excluding any separate subscriptions required.

Thanks to the omnipresence of Fire TV around the globe, soccer fans worldwide can watch every goal live through the online apps of their Euro 2020 broadcaster. That might be a free-to-air channel like BBC iPlayer and ITV Hub in the UK and Rai in Italy, or a paid-for streamer like Sling and FuboTV in the US or Optus Down Under. A Fire TV Stick enables you to access all of these apps from your TV.

If you don’t have a smart TV, using a Fire TV Stick is a good workaround to ensure you can enjoy the competition on your biggest screen.

It’s easy to set up, too. As long as you have a HDMI port on your TV and a wireless internet connection, it’s as simple as plugging in, connecting it to your Wi-Fi, registering your Amazon account on your Fire Stick, and sitting back to enjoy the matches. Compatible streaming apps are readily available straight from the Fire Stick’s main menu. Handy.

Based in the US, New Zealand, India or, frankly, pretty much anywhere else in the world? There’s a veritable hatful of broadcasters around the globe that feature Fire Stick apps, such as:

For an affordable upgrade, the Fire TV Stick 4K can stream video in 4K or UHD, and it’s only around $15/£10 more than the standard version. As long as you have a reliable internet connection and a compatible TV, you can expect a crystal-clear 4K picture.



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