Denmark vs England: Stream FREE, TV channel, team news, kick-off time for Nations League clash

ENGLAND'S Nations League campaign continues away in Denmark.

But the Three Lions will be without Man City's Phil Foden and Man Utd's Mason Greenwood – who have both been AXED for bringing back girls to the team hotel, breaking Covid rules.

When is Denmark vs England?

  • Denmark vs England kicks off at 7.45pm BST on Tuesday, September 8.
  • The Parken Stadium in Copenhagen plays host.
  • The match is a Group A2 fixture of the Nations League.

What TV channel and live stream is Denmark vs England on?

  • Denmark vs England will be live on Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main Event.
  • Sky begin their coverage at 7pm.
  • Those without a Sky subscription can grab a Now TV pass from £9.99.


What is the team news?

Foden and Greenwood will play no part for England – they have been dropped from Gareth Southgate's squad for "inviting girls back" to the team hotel in Iceland last week, breaking Covid rules.

Southgate said: "It's a very serious situation and we have treated it that way and have acted as quickly as we have been able to.

"We have dealt with it appropriately. I recognise their age but the whole world is dealing with this pandemic."

What other Nations League games are on?

  • Group C2 Armenia vs Estonia (17:00)
  • C2 Georgia vs North Macedonia (17:00)
  • A2 Belgium vs Iceland (19:45)
  • A2 Denmark vs England (19:45)
  • A3 France vs Croatia (19:45)
  • A3 Sweden vs Portugal (19:45)
  • C1 Cyprus vs Azerbaijan (19:45)
  • C1 Luxembourg vs Montenegro (19:45)
  • D2 San Marino vs Liechtenstein (19:45)

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