France v Spain Live Stream + Football Match TV Schedule and Online Video of Goals, Highlights and Replay

France World Cup 2014 Live Stream

France vs Spain Live: watch two of the heavy favourites for the upcoming European Championships in France in 2016 as the future hosts, Les Bleus, take on a new-look Spain side take on Spain in one of the most high-profile fixtures of the present cycle of international friendlies. France and Spain fans can watch the big match live on TV or on the internet via live stream through a link provided below. The France vs Spain game is broadcast online on Thursday September 4, 2014, at 20.00 p.m. After full time, a comprehensive online replay package of the France vs Spain clash, a video featuring all goals and highlights, will be available to watch here on demand. You can watch France vs Spain live via the stream linked below on all major handheld and laptop devices including smart-phones and tablets.

Thursday night marks the start of something of a new era for La Roja after the Spaniard’s massively underwhelming group-phase exit in the recent World Cup in Brazil. Vicente del Bosque and his restructured squad will be determined to prove that the many obituaries of the Spanish national team penned after their poor showing in Brazil were hastily composed. Del Bosque et al will endeavour to re-stake Spain’s claim for supremacy at the summit of the European and world game before their most likely rivals, Germany, build up a Spain-type head-of-steam.

France, by contrast, will stress continuity and evolution rather than revolution heading into the game on Thursday. Didier Deschamps’ relatively young and inexperienced side performed strongly in the World Cup, only narrowly exiting at the hands of the eventual champions at the Quarter Final phase. Les Bleus’ home championship in just under two-year’s time looks a far more winnable prospect for Deschamps than the Brazil World Cup ever did; a strong showing on Thursday night on front of their home-crowd would provide a welcome boost of momentum as the French prepare to challenge for their first major international honour since Euro 2000.

France vs Spain Live Stream

The France vs Spain tie will give us good insight into how del Bosque and Deschamps’ sides are shaping up ahead of the Euro 2016 qualifiers later in the week. The game can be viewed live in the UK, the US, Australia, Canada on Sky Sports 5, a channel available with subscription to all Sky Digital, UPC Digital, and BT Television customers. For those of you unable to get the game on television, however, you can watch the game live via the high-quality, uninterrupted live stream here.

A few minutes before the France vs Spain match, come back here on TechNews.org in order to find out everything that you need to know about live stream of the game. And, at the end of the match, fans can check back on TechNews.org and enjoy looking back on Spain’s 2-0 triumph over France en route to winning Euro 2012 as well as watch back all of the goals and highlights of the most recent France vs Spain game.

France & Spain Match Preview

Thursday night truly marks the dawn of a new era in Spanish football. La Roja’s routing in Brazil marked the decisive end of the era of dominance underpinned by a squad who won every major honour that they contested from 2008-2012 (two European Championships and a World Cup). Following a handful of high-profile retirements post Brazil (most notably Xavi and Xabi Alonso) there is now set to be inaugurated a period of rebuilding ahead of France 2016.

Juan Mata, Fernando Torres, Javi Martinez, Pepe Reina, Gerard Pique and David Villa will be absent from del Bosque’s squad through injury; hence, we can expect to see an experimental XI that could give us a real insight into the contemporary strength and depth of Spanish football. For, in their place, del Bosque has brought in five uncapped players among eight new faces in his squad.

One can expect Spain to line up: De Gea, Juanfran, Ramos, San Jose, Alba, Fabregas, Cazorla, Busquets, Koke, Iturraspe, Costa.

France, meantime, will have to do without the injured Laurent Koscielny in defence which could give Liverpool’s Sakho a chance to impress at centre-half next to Raphael Varane. There will also be no Franck Ribery; the Bayern Munich winger missed the World Cup with a back injury and he has now retired from international football.

France will likely line up: Lloris, Debuchy, Varane, Sakho, Digne, Matuidi, Pogba, Schneiderlin, Cabaye, Benzema, Griezmann.

France & Spain Game Video of Goals and Highlights

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