Spain vs France LIVE: Stream, TV channel, team news, kick-off time for huge Nations League final clash

SPAIN will be looking to win their first piece of silverware since 2012 as they take on France in the Nations League final TONIGHT.

France, however, are looking to get back to the winning form which saw them win the World Cup three years ago in Russia.

  • Start time: 8pm BST
  • TV/Live stream: BT Sport 2
  • Spain XI: To follow
  • France XI: To follow

Follow ALL the action with our live blog below…


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France staged a stunning fightback to beat Belgium 3-2 in the semi-final

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France staged a stunning fightback to beat Belgium 3-2 in the semi-finalCredit: Getty

When is Spain vs France?

  • The Nations League final is set for Sunday, October 10.
  • Kick-off in Italy is at 7.45pm BST.
  • When the two teams last met in a 2017 friendly, David Silva and Gerard Deulofeu netted in a 2-0 victory for Spain.

Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?

You can catch all of the action live on Sky Sports Main Event, Football and Main Event.

Coverage starts at 7pm.

Download the Sky Go app on your mobile, tablet or PC to stream if you’re a Sky customer.

Non-subscribers can grab a NOW TV pass from £9.99 to stream the game live.

What is the team news?

Spain are sweating on the fitness of Ferran Torres, who scored twice against Italy but limped off in the final-four clash.

He is expected to feature, while France made it through their epic clash with Belgium unscathed.

Kylian Mbappe was back fit and back in the goals, while N’Golo Kante remains out after his positive Covid-19 test.

Aurelien Tchouameni was a livewire off the bench as French roared back against the Red Devils and could take the place of Adrien Rabiot.

  • GOOD EVENING

    Welcome to Milan for our live coverage of the Nations League final between Spain and France.

    It doesn’t have the status of the World Cup or the European Championships – maybe not even Le Tournoi – but the second instalment of UEFA’s newest international competition has served up a real treat of a conclusion.

    Both countries came through sensational semi-finals to reach the San Siro, and are now are just 90 minutes away from adding another trophy to their impressive collection of honours.

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