Is football coming home? Maybe, maybe not. But it’s definitely coming to your mobile.

After a year-long delay the Euros are well underway. You may have tuned in to see England’s win against Croatia and Czech Republic, as well as their less celebratory performance against Scotland.

However, footy fans up and down the country went mad as they watched England bring it back in Tuesday’s game against Czech Republic.

With another 1-0 win, it’s fair to say that there were some sore heads on Wednesday morning after celebrating England’s progression into the round of 16.

The next step is where it all heats up, and after a gruelling period of time trying to work out whether it would be Germany, France, or Portugal that England would face, the results are in.

Our next game will take place on the 29th of June and will decide our fate in the rest of the tournament. Of course, it’s not only England that we’re all interested in watching.

There are games from Saturday 26th June right to the 29th of June and we don’t want you to miss a minute of the action.

Watch from your mobile.

If you’re out on your daily commute to work or you’re halfway through an 8 hour shift and don’t want to miss the games, we’re here to lend a helping hand.

There are a number of different ways you can tune in on your mobile and get in on the very best Euro 2020 action.

ITV Hub.

The ITV Hub is one to download if you’re looking for some great Euro 2020 coverage. You can get the app on a whole bunch of devices including your iPhone and Android mobile and tablets too.

When you open up the app, the navigation bar featured on the top will give you the option to ‘watch live’.

A screenshot of the ITV Hub screen.
Download ITV Hub for free. 

Click this option and get instant access to the live games. If, no matter how hard you begged, your boss simply wouldn’t let you time your dinner break with the start of the match, you can use ITV Hub to catch up too.

If you open the app after the game has finished, you’ll be able to catch up on any of the matches in your own free time.

How much will it cost me?

We’ve seen the prices that people are charging for tickets to these games, and we’ve got two words: daylight robbery!

Luckily for you, this way of streaming is cheaper. Much cheaper. It’s completely free if you’re in the UK and have a TV license.

You’ll simply need to create an account using your email and a password and then you’re good to go.

BBC iPlayer.

You may associate BBC with the high-suspense show Line of Duty, or the drama-packed soap Eastenders, but their app iPlayer is a perfect way of catching up on the footy.

You can download iPlayer on both your Apple and Android device meaning you can catch up on the games on the go.

A screenshot of the BBC iPlayer app.
Download BBC iPlayer for free. 

The best bit about BBC iPlayer is that if you’ve just missed part of the game, you can take advantage of the Live Restart button which instantly takes you straight back to the start of the game.

BBC also operate differently to other broadcasters which means you won’t have to put up with any adverts while you watch. So, make sure you’ve got your drinks, snacks and had a toilet break before it starts!

What’s the price?

Like ITV, you need to have paid for your TV license, which you should already have if you have a TV at home.

Provided you’ve got this sorted, all you’ll need to do is create a free account using your regular email and a solid password.

Don’t miss a minute of the action.

FOMO (fear of missing out) is a thing of the past as you can use your mobile to ensure you never miss a minute of Euro 2020.

All you need is a good internet connection and a cracking display to watch the games on.

Need help with that last bit? You’re in luck. We’ve got a whole bunch of deals on the very best from Apple, Samsung and more.