How to watch England’s Euro 2020 final vs Italy in Ultra HD on BBC

The Euro 2020 final between England and Italy will be broadcast live on both BBC 1 and ITV.

Viewers in the UK will also be able to stream the game via the BBC iPlayer or ITV Hub, on their phones, tablets, laptops or compatible devices.

The game kicks off at 8PM, and will be played at Wembley stadium.

How to watch the game in 4K?

Fans who wish to watch the game in Ultra HD 4K resolution will need to stream the game via the BBC iPlayer.

Neither BBC or ITV broadcast the game via satellite in 4K quality.

To watch the game in 4K, fans will need a compatible TV or streaming device and appropriate internet speeds. To watch the game in full 3840p, streamers will need an internet speed of 24Mbps.

Viewers can check their internet speed via online speed checkers such as Uswitch, Virgin Media or Ookla. There are other speed checkers available.

Those wishing to watch the game in 4K will also need a HDR television that is HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma) compatible. To check this, viewers will need to refer to their television specifications.

A number of manufacturers are compatible, including the widely used LG, Panasonic, Phillips, Samsung, Sony and Toshiba television sets. For a full and comprehensive list of compatible models and manufacturers, check the UHD compatible list on the BBC website here.

England manager Gareth Southgate is preparing his players for the biggest match of their careers.

Streamers using an app to access the iPlayer will usually be able to use the 4K function, unless they are using the Sky Q BBC iPlayer app, which is not currently compatible with 4K streaming. However, users should make sure to ensure the video quality setting is set to “Best Quality” in the settings.

Compatible streamers include the Amazon Fire TV, Virgin Media, Humax, Netgem and Roku.

The match is England’s first final since the 1966 World Cup final, which was also played at Wembley.

So far this tournament, Gareth Southgate’s team boast the best defensive record, having only conceded one goal – to Denmark in the semi finals.

Prior to that game, England kept clean sheets against Ukraine, Germany, Czech Republic, Scotland and Croatia.

Former Manchester City manger Roberto Mancini’s Italy beat Spain and Belgium en route to the final, but will be without Roma’s Leonardo Spinazzola, who suffered an achilles tendon injury against Belgium.

England and Spurs captain Harry Kane is currently the joint-top goalscorer, and will be hoping to score again to win the golden boot, the second top scorer award the striker will have won on international duty.

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