Where to watch Roma vs Feyenoord Europa League: Stream, start time, & odds

This article will take you through where to watch Roma vs Feyenoord Europa League tie. With just one goal between these sides after the first leg, it's all to play for in Italy!

Both sides are doing well domestically, with Feyenoord at the top of the Eredivisie and Roma currently in third place in Serie A. This is also a repeat of last season's Europa Conference League final.

This is an evening match in Europe, so it may be hard to see in certain parts of the world. Here is all of the channel information and watch times for Thursday evening's Roma vs Feyenoord UEFA Europa League game!

Where to watch Roma vs Feyenoord Europa League

Feyenoord is on top of the Dutch Eredivisie and currently eight points ahead of second-placed Ajax. De Stadionclub also came out on top after the first leg of this quarter-final last week.

A 1-0 lead gives the Dutch side a narrow advantage going to the Stadio Olimpico. Roma, though, did come out on top when the sides met in the Conference League final last season.

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Credit: @Feyenoord on Twitter

Roma will also feel unfortunate after last week's game, having missed a penalty that would've opened the scoring.

Jose Mourinho's side is also steadily progressing and could qualify for next season's Champions League either by winning this competition or getting a top four Serie A place by the season's end.

Here's when and where you can catch Roma vs Feyenoord live on TV around the world!

UK

We'll begin with the UK, where the UEFA Europa League is shown live on BT Sport. Kick-off is at 9 pm CET on Thursday 20th April, so 8 pm BST in the United Kingdom.

This game will be shown live on BT Sport 3, with coverage beginning at 7:45 pm. Reaction and analysis of Roma vs Feyenoord will continue until 10 pm.

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Credit: @OfficialASRoma on Twitter

Should Roma be ahead by one goal at full-time, extra-time and possibly penalties will be played to decide a winner.

USA

The Europa League is shown on CBS and Univision in the United States. Kick-off time ranges from 3 pm on the East Coast to 12 pm on the West Coast, so the timings are sociable by US football fans' standards.

CBS won't be showing Roma vs Feyenoord live on TV. However, it will be live via Paramount+, with coverage beginning from 3 pm Eastern Standard Time (EST) on Thursday 20th April.

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Credit: @Feyenoord on Twitter

Australia

European football is never easy for Australian viewers to tune in for and this is no exception. With the game being on Thursday night in Italy, this will be a very early watch on Friday morning for Aussie viewers.

The UEFA Europa League is broadcast by Stan Sport in Australia. The game will be streamed from 4:55 am AEST on Friday 21st April. Viewers on the West Coast will be able to tune in from 2:55 am on Friday morning.

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Credit: @OfficialASRoma on Twitter

Germany

RTL is the broadcaster of the UEFA Europa League in Germany. Germany is on the same time zone as Italy, so the game will kick-off at 9 pm on Thursday 20th April just like in Rome.

RTL Germany will be streaming the match from 9 pm on Thursday via their RTL+ streaming service.

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Credit: @Feyenoord on Twitter

France

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France has three broadcasters for the UEFA Europa League this season. Canal+, M6 and RMC Sport all have coverage of Europe's secondary club competition. France is also in the same time zone as Germany and Italy.

RMC will show Roma v Feyenoord live from 9 pm on RMC Sport en Direct on Thursday 20th April.

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Credit: @OfficialASRoma on Twitter

Netherlands

ESPN and Talpa TV are the broadcasters of the UEFA Europa League in the Netherlands. Holland is also on the CET Time Zone, so the match kicks-off at 9 pm on Thursday 20th April.

ESPN 2 will commence their coverage from 8:30 pm, with analysis and reaction continuing until 11 pm.

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Credit: @Feyenoord on Twitter

Canada

The Europa League is shown in Canada on DAZN. The match will kick-off between 4:30 pm (Newfoundland) and 12 pm (Vancouver), depending upon which time zone you're in, in Canada.

So, to catch Roma vs Feyenoord live, you'll need to tune into DAZN Canada in the afternoon on Thursday 20th April. Be sure to check your local TV guides for your kick-off time.

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Credit: @OfficialASRoma on Twitter

Betting odds

Roma is the favourite to win the match after 90 minutes with odds around the evens mark. The draw is priced at 2/1 and a Feyenoord win is coming in at 16/5.

When it comes to who progresses, Feyenoord are the favourites at 4/7, with Roma only favoured slightly less at 5/4.

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Credit: @OfficialASRoma on Twitter

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