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How to watch Spain vs. Netherlands live stream free: Women’s World Cup quarter-final

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If you need help figuring out how to watch Spain vs. Netherlands in the quarter-final, we’ll show you all your options among Women’s World Cup live streams available. If you’re not interested in paying for cable, watching over a digital antenna, or subscribing to another streaming app, you can use a VPN to access free live streams in other countries.

Spain will meet the Netherlands for the first time in this year’s tournament. The former has dominated the series lately, with wins over the Netherlands team in the last three contests. However, this is Spain’s first time ever reaching the quarter-final, while the Netherlands looks strong this year and has enjoyed prior success at this stage. Look ahead for all your options to follow the action live.

Spain vs. Netherlands Women’s World Cup live stream quick links:

Access FREE live streams internationally via ExpressVPN (try it risk-free for 30 days)UK: ITVX (free)Netherlands: NPO 1 (free)Spain: RTVE (free)Austria: ORF (free)Australia: Optus Sport (paid bundles available)USA: Fox/FS1 via (Sling Blue $40 $20 for the first month) | Fubo (7-day free trial | Peacock Spanish Broadcast ($5.99 monthly)When: August 10, 9 p.m. ET / August 11, 2 a.m. BST / August 11, 3 a.m. CEST / August 11, 11 a.m. AEST

How to watch Spain vs. Netherlands free live stream from anywhere 

While various countries offer free Women’s World Cup live streams, most only provide them for select games. If your region isn’t carrying the game you want to watch, you can try tuning into the UK coverage. ITVX will stream Spain vs. Netherlands online for free for everyone. 

Be warned, if you’re not in the UK when you try to watch, you’ll be blocked by geographical restrictions. You can access these free live streams using a VPN to simulate your viewing device in the UK. 

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How to watch Spain vs. Netherlands with a VPN

Sign up for a VPN if you don’t have one.Install it on the device you’re using to watch the game.Turn it on and set it to a UK location.Go to: ITVX.Sign in with a UK postcode.Watch the game.Kickoff: August 10, 9 p.m. ET / August 11, 2 a.m. BST / August 11, 3 a.m. CEST / August 11, 11 a.m. AEST.

How to watch Spain vs. Netherlands Women’s World Cup in Spanish

You can also watch Spain vs. Netherlands in Spanish, with Telemundo broadcasts available courtesy of Peacock. The service starts at just $5.99 and offers a wide selection of games across all competition groups through the final round. If you use a VPN though, you could also watch the broadcast from Spain over on RTVE.

FIFA Women’s World Cup quarter-final schedule

Ahead, we list a schedule of notable matchups happening over the next few days. For help tracking down these games, check out our complete guide on how to watch FIFA Women’s World Cup live streams. All times below are in Eastern Daylight Time. Channel Listings are for US and UK.

Quarter-finals

Thursday, August 10

Spain vs. Netherlands – 9 p.m. on FOX / ITVX

Friday, August 11

Japan vs. Sweden – 3:30 a.m. on FOX / BBC

Saturday, August 12

Australia vs. France – 3 a.m. on FOX / ITVEngland vs. Columbia – 6:30 a.m. on FOX / ITV

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