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How to watch the Euros without a TV

Nearly there chaps.

At 20:00 on Friday 10 June, France will kick off Euro 2016 against Romania in the Stade de France - ushering in a month of beer gardens, barbecues and other social events all based around the beautiful game.

However, many of the tournament's games will take place during the average working day, presenting offices across the nation with quite the quandary: how do I watch the Euros without a TV?

Never fear - here's a simple guide to seeing the likes of England v Wales (Thursday 16 June, kick off 14:00) while you're trapped at your desk.

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