[LIVE➤UPDATES]!! Wales vs Armenia Live Free ONLINE Broadcast 16 June 2023
Wales vs Armenia live stream: How can I watch Euro 2024 qualifier for FREE on TV in UK today? A win for Wales tonight will continue their bid to reach a third major tournament in a row as Armenia head to Cardiff in qualification for Euro 2024.
Robert Page’s side have bounced back from their World Cup disappointment with a valuable draw in Croatia and win over Latvia to get their Group D campaign underway in fine fashion.
Armenia will be no pushover though having run Turkey close in their last qualifier, and a tricky trip to Istanbul awaits Wales next week.
How to watch Wales vs Armenia
TV channel: In the UK, the game will be televised live for free in the Welsh language on S4C with kick-off at 7.45pm BST.
Live stream: All4 will show the game online while viewers can also catch the contest online via the ViaPlay Sports website and app, with a monthly subscription costing £14.99 or £11.99 if you sign up to a 12-month contract.
Wales and Armenia will square off today at Cardiff City Stadium in Group D of the UEFA Euro 2024 Qualifiers. Find out here the kick-off time, and how to watch it or live stream free in different parts of the world.
Wales will receive Armenia at Cardiff City Stadium in Cardiff today, June 16, 2023, in the UEFA Euro 2024 Qualifiers. Here you can find the kick-off time of this Group D Matchday 3 soccer match and how to watch it or live stream in your country.
This will be their third overall meeting. Interestingly, there are no favorites in head-to-head clashes, as both Wales and Armenia have tied on both occasions so far.
Their most recent duel took place on September 1, 2001, and it ended in a disappointing goalless 0-0 draw in the World Cup 2002 Qualifiers. It promises to be a more exciting clash as these two countries clash for the first time since then, this time in the qualification stage for the 2024 European Championship.
Wales welcome Armenia to the Welsh capital tonight in their third qualifier of the Euro 2024 campaign.
Rob Page's men have started their bid to make the Germany tournament in impressive fashion, grabbing a draw out in Croatia then following that up with a 1-0 win over Latvia at Cardiff City Stadium.
It puts them on four points, behind the Croats on goal difference. After tonight's match, Wales head to Turkey on Monday which promises to be a sterner test of their credentials. For the latest Welsh football news sent straight to your inbox, sign up here.
As such, three points against the Armenians tonight would be extremely welcome. Page has a fully-fit squad to choose from, with Neco Williams fit again after recovering from a broken jaw and David Brooks making a heartwarming return to the squad after his cancer battle.