Being a surprise team of Group F beating South Korea, Sweden shocked the FIFA federation with its spectacular comeback after years. While Toni Kroos created magic in a 2-1 defeat to Germany. Who knew they would defeat the reigning champions of 2014. Making waves on the field, Sweden grabbed a top spot in the group with a mind-blowing 3-0 win against Mexico. England fans are in for their money as all hands are being raised for Sweden for the Quarterfinal is happening at the Samara Arena on July 7th, 2018. Adjust your time and errands to watch Sweden vs. England live online.
Can you imagine a new Hero for Sweden? Did Janne Andersson replace the egoistic Zlatan Ibrahimovic? Time will tell whos who! For now, let’s witness how England scores a spot on the semi-finals.
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Where to Watch Sweden vs England Live Online
FIFA is the only sports which caters to the entire World, with the exceptional viewership. To fulfill the FIFA thirst of the masses FIFA official broadcasters surface the web to show the live coverage of the matches. Even if you reside on Mars, you’ll be able to witness FIFA make history. How? FOX Sports, SBS, beIN Sports, ITV player, ESPN, NBC, NTV and YouTube TV, BBC iplayer will be the shining Knights for FIFA official Broadcasters.
Also, there is good news for VR lovers; watch the match in Ultra HD and virtual reality available for free on BBC Sports VR 2018 World Cup app. Don’t wait! Download this app ASAP. Further, local channels are also surfacing the web as VGTRK, Match TV, Mediacorp, Singtel, SuperSport, Sky, HRT, Perviy Kanal, StarHub can be accessed for live streaming.
How To Watch Sweden vs England Live Online From Anywhere
These streaming channels come with bad luck latched to them! Bad luck comes in the form of geo-restrictions. No matter where you are, these streaming channels will be a tough nut for you to crack as being in an abroad country you won’t be able to access these channels. Why the discrimination? Sadly that’s how it is!
These streaming channels can only be accessed by something that acts like a bridge to unblock geo-restrictions. Wait for it.. you require a VPN to solve your online barriers to watch Sweden vs. England live Online. VPN will connect you to the server in the US or UK where the official broadcasters are based. Having a US IP address, you can virtually be available in the US masking your real IP address. Cheeky isn’t it? You can find more about FIFA and its streaming guide on our Guide on how to watch FIFA World Cup Live Online; check the guide amigos!
For your convenience, we have attached a list of best VPNs, check this out;
Done with the VPN decision? Go through the procedure.
All you need to do is:
- Subscribe to a VPN of your choice
- Launch the VPN app and configure the US server
- After connection establishes, go to the Broadcasters online
- Woot! There you have it.
TIP: let's get you on board on a little secret. After having the VPN configure to a server in Pakistan. PTV Sports is the only Pakistani channel which will be broadcasting the FIFA World Cup 2018 live online and it's free!
That’s not it! How can we let our Kodi enthusiasts left behind when it comes to overcoming geo restrictions? That’ll be a hefty crime. Kodi fans all across, you don’t need to switch to other streaming devices as after in-depth research we have come up with a solution so check our guide to watch FIFA World Cup 2018 on Kodi and thank us later.
Team Line Up for Sweden vs England
- Goalkeepers: Robin Olsen, Karl-Johan Johnsson, Kristoffer Nordfeldt
- Defenders: Mikael Lustig, Victor Nilsson-Lindelöf, Andreas Granqvist, Martin Olsson, Ludwig Augustinsson, Filip Helander, Pontus Jansson, Emil Krafth.
- Midfielders: Emil Forsberg, Albin Ekdal, Viktor Claesson, Gustav Svensson, Sebastian Larsson, Jimmy Durmaz, Oscar Hiljemark, Marcus Rohden.
- Forwards: Marcus Berg, Ola Toivonen, John Guidetti, Isaac Kiese-Thelin.
- Goalkeepers: Jack Butland, Jordan Pickford, and Nick Pope .
- Defenders: Harry Maguire, Danny Rose, John Stones, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Gary Cahill, Fabian Delph, Phil Jones, Kieran Trippier, Kyle Walker, and Ashley Young.
- Midfielders: Jordan Henderson, Dele Alli, Eric Dier, Jesse Lingard, and Ruben Loftus-Cheek.
- Forwards: Harry Kane, Jamie Vardy, Marcus Rashford, Raheem Sterling, and Danny Welbeck.
Who will make it to the Semifinals?
We all have anticipated that Sweden will be a low scoring team in the FIFA World Cup 2018 since Zlatan retired from International Football. Without him, Sweden seemed to be a sinking ship. But wait! Swedish Football has a new beast on the team. Is he a bigger champ than Zlatan Ibrahimovic? That’s not sure of, but Janne Andersson has undoubtedly taken the lead for the Swedens.
But the egoistic Zlatan being out seems a sigh of relief for the Sweden National coach. They may have gained expectations in Russia, but the War isn’t over yet. While for England; it's not the first time they stand tall on in the Quarterfinals. After a die-hard playoff with Colombia, England was on the verge of victory where by chance Colombians scored through a corner free kick leading to penalty shootouts.
Still! It's hard to say for an easy win against Sweden. Zlatan has a replacement, and the Three Lions will march with full force. May the best team will win.