Not everyone has the chance to to see the Czech Republic facing Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal in the Euro 2012 quarterfinals in the stadium or live on TV. For that, people invented online streaming, providing links to watch pretty much any match in the world as long as you have an internet connection.
For pretty much every league in the world you can find somewhere, someone on the internet broadcasting that match or competition. There’s an abundance of options when a huge tournament like the Euro comes around, and especially with the quarter finals kicking off after a fantastic group stage and tournament thus far.
All the sites we recommend here show at decent or better quality. The pop up ratio does change, but it’s normally something one can live with, especially if the game is good. With Ronaldo’s form supposedly at the best he’s ever been in with the Dutch team, this should be one interesting match against the underdog Czechs.
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Link 1 – splives.com
Link 2 – thefirstrow.eu
Link 3 – Sopcast
Sopcast actually means you need to download a program that enables you to watch pretty much anything from a huge selection of channels worldwide, but the quality is usually better than with most sites.
You can also pay a fee of €2 Euro and watch the match at a very high quality through the UEFA streaming. It’s usually worth the money, without any commercials and pop ups and rarely crashes.
Gives you the option of watching the match from a variety of broadcasters, giving you a selection of languages to watch the game.