Where to watch Sevilla vs. Roma live stream for free online from anywhere


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This guide has everything you need to know about where to watch a Sevilla vs. Roma live stream for free tonight. Better yet, we can show you how to do it from anywhere in the world. Our Europa League final live stream guide highlights local options from the US, UK, Italy, Austria, Canada, and Luxembourg and details how to enjoy them even if you’re not in those countries via a VPN, especially as the game is showing for free in some of those countries.

It only takes a few minutes to get a VPN up and running, and it’ll help unlock global streaming options and greatly enhance your privacy and general security across your devices.

This is the first of the European finals this year as we come to the end of the season. Roma manager, José Mourinho, will, of course, fancy his team’s chances given he’s racked up multiple trophies over the years, even if his self-titled ‘Special One’ status has been dead for years. However, six-time winners Seville have proved absolutely deadly in this competition and will undoubtedly be favorites tonight.

Sevilla vs. Roma live stream quick links:

USA: Paramount Plus (free trial)Canada: DAZNAccess FREE live streams below via: ExpressVPN (save 49% + get 3 extra months free)UK: BT Sport 1 | BT Sport’s YouTube (free)Italy: Rai 1 (free)Austria: Servus TV (free)Luxembourg: RTL Zwee (free)Kickoff: 3 p.m. ET / 8 p.m. BST / 9 p.m. CET

Where to watch Sevilla vs. Roma in the US 

It’s super simple this season, with just the one streaming service in the US, Paramount Plus, required for all Europa League matches, including tonight’s final. Better yet, you don’t have to opt for the Premium tier as Paramount Plus includes this tournament on the cheap $5 a month Essentials plan. You can start with a 7-day free trial and watch the game for free. Kickoff is at 3 p.m. ET / 12 p.m. PT. 

How to watch Sevilla vs. Roma online from anywhere

A VPN is the best way to get around geo-restrictions and is a viable option for today’s game. Suppose you have a subscription to the US version of Paramount Plus but are currently overseas. In that case, a VPN lets your device appear to be in a different country and offers excellent privacy options at home or on public Wi-Fi for your phone, laptop, streaming devices, and more.

Another option is using the VPN to watch the completely free-to-air versions hosted around Europe, including a free English commentary stream from the UK’s BT Sport YouTube channel.  You can also catch the game for free in other languages in the following countries: Austria has Servus TV, Luxembourg has RTL Zwee, and over in Italy, the game can be streamed from Rai 1. All options provide a reliable HD live stream. 

Our preferred option of all the best VPN providers is ExpressVPN, which comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee if you’re unsatisfied. Check out the latest deal details below.

Where to watch Sevilla vs. Roma in Canada

Soccer fans in Canada will need to stump up some extra cash to enjoy a Champions League live stream of Sevilla vs. Roma tonight, as DAZN Canada holds the local viewing rights. Fortunately, DAZN is packed with sports, with many European tournaments and various English soccer leagues, NFL Game Pass, LIV Golf, WTA, and more. You can sign up for $25 monthly or go all-in on a one-year deal for $199. The game will kickoff off at 3 p.m. ET / 12 p.m. PT.

Where to watch Sevilla vs. Roma in the UK

Unlike all the other games in the Europa League this season, you don’t have to pay to watch the game tonight as BT Sport is continuing our favorite tradition of showing European finals for free on the BT Sport YouTube channel. And yes, the upcoming Champions League and Conference League finals will be there too. You’ll have to use a VPN to watch this stream if you’re not in the UK.

If you want to catch all of next season’s European action along with even more sport over the summer, then you can still sign up for the full versions of BT Sport. You don’t have to sign up for a lengthy TV/broadband bundle to get access nowadays, as a BT Sport monthly pass is available on a rolling one-month deal for £30. Check out BT’s package deals if you are after a larger bundle with a longer commitment (but lower monthly prices). Kickoff is set for 8 p.m. tonight.

Europa League final: Sevilla vs. Roma free live stream

There are several free options available today. First up, If you’re in the US, Paramount Plus is currently running a free 7-day free trial. So you can absolutely enjoy a free live stream of the game. As with most streaming free trials, you must enter payment details, but cancel before the seven days are up, and you won’t get charged. That’s plenty of time to give the rest of the app a good look, just in case you fancy keeping it. You can opt for the Essential or Premium tier trials; both come with Champions League and Europa League live streaming.

European free footy fans are spoilt for choice, and unlike most earlier games in the tournament, there’s even a free option with English commentary thanks to BT Sport letting anyone in the UK watch it on the BT Sport YouTube channel for free. If you’re not in the UK, you will need a VPN to spoof your location to get around the geo-block. The same applies if you’d prefer to watch the game in a few other local languages from countries streaming Sevilla vs. Roma for free today. Let’s take a look.

Roma’s home nation will show the game for free on Italy’s Rai 1. Another pair of options to watch Sevilla vs. Roma for free online is to tune into the Austrian free-to-air network Servus TV or perhaps the Luxembourg channel RTL Zwee, as both are showing a live stream free of charge. You must use a VPN to simulate your device’s location to be in UK/Italy/Austria/Luxembourg, respectively. The visual quality of these live streams is top-notch, as I discovered upon testing the live feeds for earlier matches and when double-checking the VPN compatibility earlier today.

How to watch Sevilla vs. Roma 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 country with a free live stream.Go to BT Sport YouTube (UK) | Rai 1 (Italy) | Servus TV (Austria) | RTL Zwee (Luxembourg).Watch the game for free.Kickoff: 3 p.m. ET / 8 p.m. BST / 9 p.m. CET

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