Sweden vs England? It’s probably not the FIFA World Cup they or we expected when Russia 2018 kicked off a few short weeks ago. But here they are, and both sides must be rubbing their hands at the prospect of a semi-final if they can somehow get through this one. You can watch a free Sweden vs England live stream from anywhere in the world – keep reading to find out how.
When: Saturday at 10 a.m. ET (7 a.m. PT)
Where: Samara Arena (Samara Oblast)
TV Channels: Fox and Telemundo (Spanish)
The 2018 FIFA World Cup is down to eight teams and we’ve got two scintillating quarterfinal matches this Saturday. First up is England vs. Sweden, followed by Russia vs. Crotia.
In their round of 16 game, England could have beaten the record for most times eliminated from the World Cup in penalty shots. Instead it managed to break its mini curse and advance on penalty shots past Columbia. With that monkey off their shoulders, perhaps they’ll play a little more relaxed against a tough Swedish squad, led by Emil Forsberg, that’s capable of grinding out 1-0 wins. England’s captain Harry Kane, who hasn’t missed a penalty shot, is very much in the running for the tournament’s Gold Boot award for most goals scored.
Here’s how you can watch the match and more. On TV it will only be carried on Fox and Telemundo. (Note: CNET may get a commission from subscriptions placed through services featured in this article.)