UEFA Nations League TV channel and live stream in USA on fuboTV, Fox, ViX in 2022 and 2023
With 54 participating nations (Russia was banned), 14 groups, 10 promotion spots, 10 relegation traps, and a prestigious trophy at stake, the latest edition of the UEFA Nations League should provide many compelling twists across the many matchdays between 2022 through 2024.
The 2022-23 Nations League is the third edition of a tournament which saw Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal (2019) and Kylian Mbappe’s France (2021) claim the first two.
UEFA Nations League live streams & TV
Fox and fuboTV have teamed up to provide English-language coverage in the USA.
Every UEFA Nations League match will be available to stream on fuboTV, including the select matches televised on Fox channels (FS1, FS2 and Fox Soccer Plus). A total of 60 matches in the competition will be carried exclusively by fuboTV, including all four England matches in the June 2022 window.
Univision streaming platform ViX will also carry every match in Spanish.
Wednesday, June 8
Time (ET) Match TV Stream
2:45 p.m. Rep. of Ireland vs. Ukraine Fox Soccer Plus fuboTV, ViX, Fox Sports site/app
2:45 p.m. Scotland vs. Armenia — fuboTV, ViX
2:45 p.m. Wales vs. Netherlands — fuboTV, ViX
2:45 p.m. Belgium vs. Poland FS1 fuboTV, ViX, Fox Sports site/app
How to watch UEFA Nations League in USA
Dates: June 1, 2022 through March 26, 2024
TV channels: FS1, FS2, Fox Soccer Plus
Streaming: fuboTV, Fox Sports Site/App, ViX
The 2022-23 UEFA Nations League will be available in the USA via a dual partnership between Fox Sports and fuboTV for English-language coverage. Spanish-language coverage will be found on Univision streaming platform ViX.
Fans streaming fuboTV’s exclusive matches can monitor other scores and player/match stats on the same screen with fubo’s FanView live stats feature. Additionally, fans on Apple TV can watch up to four UEFA Nations League matches simultaneously (or up to two matches if also using FanView) thanks to fuboTV’s MultiView feature.
Play-by-play announcer John Strong and analyst Stu Holden are Fox Sports’ lead announce team for the competition, with JP Dellacamera and former U.S. national team stars Aly Wagner and Cobi Jones also covering matches.
In-studio Fox shows will feature hosts Rob Stone and Rodolfo Landeros, with ex-USMNT players Alexi Lalas and Maurice Edu joined by Holden and Wagner, and former England defender Warren Barton. LAFC head coach Steve Cherundolo and LA Galaxy midfielder Sacha Kljestan, both former USMNT players, will make their Fox Sports studio analyst debuts during the competition.