Euro 2012 Qualifying Playoffs: Live Online Streaming And TV Schedule Information

The first legs of all four Euro 2012 Qualifying playoff fixtures will be played on Friday, with the second legs being played on Tuesday. Luckily for you, person who has an internet connection and can read the English language, there is a very good chance that you can watch these games, either on television or streaming live online, for free. The 21st century is awesome. Unfortunately for Americans, none of these games are on English-language television, but all four games are on ESPN3. It's free through most internet service providers. Here are the TV listings for other countries/languages.

Bosnia-Herzegovina vs. Portugal

ESPN Deportes (USA - Spanish), TSN2 (Canada), ESPN+ (Most of Latin America/South America)

Turkey vs. Croatia

TSN (Canada), ESPN (UK), ESPN Dos (Latin America, including Mexico)

Estonia vs. Ireland

Sky Sports 1 (UK)

Czech Republic vs. Montenegro is not widely available on television. However, like all of the other games, it is on ESPN3 with English commentary for those who live in the United States and have access to the service, which should be most people with broadband internet access.

If you can't watch the games, we'll have live coverage of all of the matches in our Euro 2012 Qualifying playoffs, first legs StoryStream. For more on the entire world of football, check out SB Nation Soccer.

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