Leo Messi and Sergio Aguero were given a fitting send off for the Euro2016 semi-finals as Spain defeated France 4-0 in Paris on Saturday evening.
Here’s how you can watch the match on TVAs you may have noticed, we’ve put together a handy guide to the semi-finals between Spain (Euro 2016) and France (Euro 2018).
The last time Spain and England met in the quarter-finals of the tournament was in 2008 when Lionel Messi scored twice in the second half to give Spain a 3-0 victory.
Aguero had the match of his career in the first half when he scored a stunning late equaliser after a deflected effort from the goalkeeper was parried by France’s Alain Gignac.
Watching the semi final live from the BernabéuWatching live from Bernabee on a Saturday night is a pretty big deal, as Spain will be heading to the Parc des Princes on a three-game home stand.
If you can’t get tickets, it’s best to buy them in advance.
The first leg of the semi is scheduled to kick off at 10pm local time (18:00 GMT), but if you’re feeling up to it, you can tune in from the comfort of your home.
The second leg will kick off on the same day (20:00 local time, 22:00 CEST).
If you want to watch a live match from anywhere around the world, you’re going to need to catch one of the five qualifying matches, which will take place on Tuesday.
Away from the Parquet Courts, you might want to look into watching the semi finals on TV as it’s a good way to spend an evening.
Here are some tips for how to watch.
If you’re travelling with friends or family, you could watch the semi’s semi-finale live online.
If not, you’ll want to tune into the first leg, which kicks off at 17:00 CET.
Here are the four qualifying matches that will be broadcast live on TV: