Italy vs Spain: times, TV & how to watch online
All the information you need on how and where to watch Italy and Spain's UEFA Nations League semi-final at San Siro on Wednesday, October 6.
Euro 2020 winners Italy welcome Spain to San Siro on Wednesday for a place in the UEFA Nations League final.
The winner of the Final Four semi-final will face the winner of the other semi-final between France and Belgium in Sunday's final.
What time does Italy vs Spain start?
The UEFA Nations League semi-final between Italy and Spain will kick off at San Siro in Milan on Wednesday 6 October 2021 at 14:45 ET / 20:45 local time (CEST).
Find out what time Italy vs Spain starts wherever you are in the world.
Where can I watch Italy vs Spain in US and UK?
In the US and UK, the following television channels and online services will be broadcasting live coverage of the Italy vs Spain game:
US: TUDN.com, TUDN App, TUDN USA, UniMás, ESPN2, Univision NOW
UK: Sky Sports Football, SKY GO Extra, Sky Ultra HD
Click here to find out who is showing Italy vs Spain elsewhere in the world.
Italy vs Spain: live AS English coverage
You’ll also be able to follow live-text coverage of Italy vs Spain with AS USA. We will bring you live pre-match build-up to the game from about an hour ahead of kick-off, before taking you through all the action.
The Azzurri are on a 37-game unbeaten run as they prepare for the clash with Spain. The sides met this summer, with Italy advancing on penalties to reach the Euro 2020 final with England. Roberto Mancini's side went on to lift the trophy and are expected to beat Spain again.
Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma is hoping AC Milan fans do not give him a hostile reception when he returns to the San Siro. "I'm excited, Milan and AC Milan are an important part of my life," Donnarumma told a news conference on Monday. "I'm excited, I hope there is nothing (negative from fans). I will always be a Milan fan.
"I have always given Milan everything, right up to the end. If something like this happens, I would also be sorry because it is a very important match, a Nations League semi-final, so I hope the fans can help us.
"Spain are the same team we faced during the European Championship. We try to improve situations where we could have done better last time. It will not be an easy match, in the European Championship it was difficult.
"It took a lot of ourselves to get the better of it. Even now we will need 110% to beat them."
Spain have had to make a couple of late squad changes. Midfielders Pedri and Marcos Llorente have both dropped out through injury. Barcelona's Sergi Roberto and Tottenham winger Bryan Gil have been called into Luis Enriique's squad as they look to get one over their old enemy in Milan.
Weekend injuries has seen Italian players Matteo Pessina, Ciro Immobile and Rafael Toloi pull out of the squad with Sandro Tonali, Moise Kean and Davide Calabria all getting called up by Mancini.