Watch the Euro 2020 final in 4K on Sky Q, Fire TV, Samsung TVs, and other devices.
ENGLAND will face Italy in the Euro 2020 final tonight, and if you want to watch it in full 4K, here’s how to do it.
The Euro 2020 final pits England against Italy tonight, with millions tuning in to see if the Three Lions can win their first event since the 1966 World Cup. Both the BBC and ITV will broadcast the highly anticipated match, which will be shown in full HD on terrestrial television and on the iPlayer and ITV Hub apps.
However, if you have one of the latest and greatest 4K televisions, you may be wondering if you can view everything in this magnificent pin-sharp format. If you weren’t aware, 4K provides an image with four times the resolution that normal HD can provide.
This makes it ideal for watching sporting events, and there’s good news for some lucky fans: tonight’s game will be broadcast in magnificent 4K Ultra HD.
The BBC has confirmed that the England v Italy match from Wembley will be televised in 4K.
“As part of a BBC trial, fans can watch the Euros live on BBC iPlayer in spectacular Ultra HD resolution for the first time. Viewers with appropriate TVs and a fast internet connection will be able to view 22 BBC games in Ultra-High Definition and High Dynamic Range, according to the broadcaster.
Several games have previously been broadcast live during the competition, and the final will be no exception.
Unfortunately, the BBC has confirmed that each Ultra HD live stream will have a limited number of spots available, with the broadcaster advising fans to “get in early” if they want the best experience.
It’s essential running the iPlayer app on your smartphone as soon as possible if you want to be sure of getting this picture improvement, as the 4K slots will fill up quickly.
Remember that iPlayer is available on a variety of platforms, including Amazon’s Fire TV sticks, Google’s Chromecast, Apple TV, and most current smart TVs from brands like Samsung, LG, and Sony.
The iPlayer app is pre-installed on Sky and Virgin Media set-top boxes, which means. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”