Euro 2020: where to watch Italy – Switzerland on TV and live streaming

Just a few hours to the kick-off of Italy-Switzerland: here are all the ways to watch the second match of Euro 2020 both on TV and streaming, in HD or 4K.

The second leg of Euro 2020, competition postponed to 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, this evening at 9 pm for the Azzurri led by Roberto Mancini: at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome, to keep the lead of Group A, Bonucci and his teammates will have to face and beat Switzerland, just back from a 1 to 1 draw in the opening match against Ramsey and Bale's Wales.

It won't be easy, and Italy's convincing victory on Friday at the opening match against Turkey, when Burak Yilmaz's team suffered a resounding 3-0 defeat, certainly gave the Azzurri an awareness of their own means but also raised expectations and, therefore, the pressure at stake. Beyond that, it promises to be a pleasant evening of sports and entertainment: the Euro 2020 matches will also be broadcast in 4K and the European Championship will be the first to rely heavily on streaming to watch the games. You can see it as a sort of "aperitif" of the next Serie A championship, which will put a strain on infrastructures and Internet connections being for the first time broadcasted in streaming thanks to Dazn. Here's how to see, both on TV and online, Italy-Switzerland.

How to see Italy-Switzerland streaming

Those who do not enjoy a good coverage of digital terrestrial, does not have a satellite system or maybe you can not get comfortable on the couch to watch the match and then prefer to do it on the move, for Italy-Switzerland streaming has more than a few options available.

You can download the Rai Play app, free of charge on all supported platforms (smart TVs, smartphones and tablets with Android or iOS, and Amazon Fire TV), or, alternatively, you can connect through any browser at

Two further eligible options are Sky Go and Now TV.

How to watch Italy-Switzerland on TV

The TV rights of Euro 2020 are owned by Rai and Sky. With different proportions: the Italian public TV can broadcast 27 matches, while the satellite TV will broadcast all 51 matches of which Euro 2020 is composed.

Sky will broadcast on Sky Sport 1, channel 201 of the satellite platform, and on Sky Sport HD, channel 251, Italy-Switzerland starting at 8:30 pm today. It will also be visible on channels 472 and 482 of the digital terrestrial platform.

Rai, on the other hand, will broadcast Italy-Switzerland on Rai 1 and in high definition on channel 501 of the digital terrestrial platform, that is Rai 1 HD.

How to watch Italy-Switzerland on 4K TV

Those who own a smart TV with 4K UHD resolution, perhaps purchased recently, will be able to watch Italy-Switzerland in very high definition, both for free through Rai and on pay TV through the Sky satellite platform.

The free formula provides for the enjoyment of the Euro 2020 match between the Azzurri and the Swiss through tiv├╣sat and channel 210 of the free satellite platform, Rai 4K. Sky subscribers with a 4K smart TV and a Sky Q Platinum or Black decoder can watch the match in 4K HDR, provided of course that the TV is compatible.