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Where can I watch the England vs Uruguay World Cup game?

Where can I watch the England vs Uruguay World Cup game? 

England’s second World Cup 2014 game in Brazil will be against fellow South Americans Uruguay in Arena Corinthians, Sao Paulo on Thursday, June 19. 

Kick off will be 4:00pm local time which works out at 8:00pm in British Summer Time – meaning you won’t have to stay up ‘til the small hours or find a pub or sports bar with a late licence. 

ITV will be broadcasting the game and there’s many ways in which you can watch the action live – in the comfort of your own home or on the move. Here’s how to get all of the footballing action on your screen, however big or small it is or wherever you are. 

Where can I watch the England vs Uruguay World Cup game?
Arena Corinthians, the site of England’s second World Cup challenge – against Uruguay

Where can I watch the England vs Uruguay World Cup game on…

Freeview and YouView

Tune into Freeview and YouView channel 3 to catch England vs Uruguay in standard definition and ITV HD on channel 103 to watch the game in HD. 


In England, you can tune into ITV in SD at channel 103 and at channel 119 in England, Wales and the Scottish Borders on Freesat. 

In Northern Ireland and Scotland, channel 119 on Freesat is home to UTV HD and STV HD respectively. 


Sky+HD subscribers can catch the England vs Uruguay action channel 103 for regular, standard def ITV and channel 178 for ITV HD. If you’re at home or the living room is occupied, you can use Sky Go to stream the game on your phone or tablet. 

Virgin Media

Virgin Media TV customers can catch the England vs Uruguay game on channel 103 and in high definition over on channel 113. 

Online – ITV Player and TVPlayer

You’ll be able to watch all of the ITV World Cup games live on the ITV Player. The TVPlayer app for iOS, Android and Amazon Kindle tablets will also let you stream ITV’s coverage of England vs Uruguay live. 

Don’t forget to check out our feature telling you where you can watch every other World Cup 2014 game

Image: Governo do Estado de São Paulo/Flickr


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