England vs. France will be broadcast on television on Sky Sports 1 and in France TF1 (thanks Laurance). Kickoff is
8pm local, 3pm EST. 9pm local, 4pm EST.
Update I’m sorry for not getting to this sooner but I had to make an emergency trip to the doctor, quite ill. I’m very very sorry for the inconvenience.
You can find a list of where to watch online here. If you have the software installed you can watch live on this page here. For more info on what software you will need, look here.
Just try as many of the options as you can as it gets closer to time.
Note: Sports Channel 1 on Sopcast is working fine for this match. sop://22.214.171.124:3912/3606
Beckham is starting! Update: Becks started and was subbed off in the second half with David Bentley coming in for him.
Becks Blogs After Game
After the game David posted this blog on davidbeckham.com:
Well, as I’m sure you know, I was picked for Fabio Capello’s England squad for the game against France tonight, which was a great feeling.
As an England player I’ve been lucky enough to participate in three World Cups, two European Championships and captain England, but I still have that excited, proud feeling now when I’m told that I’ve been selected, and this time was no different. For me, there’s no greater honour than representing your country and although you know I hate to lose, tonight still remains a very special moment in my life.
A year ago, I never thought I’d make 95 caps, let alone 100, so it was an honour to play and make my 100th appearance against one of the best teams in the world. It was a very special feeling to be out on that pitch tonight. Not only was it great to start the game and get my 100th cap, more importantly it was great to be out playing for England again.
There wasn’t any shirt swapping from me, even though France’s William Gallas went to swap at the end, I had to tell him I wanted to keep this one, in fact I’m keeping all of my England kit from this special match.
I would love to continue to play for England beyond this game. I don’t want to just play this match, get my 100th cap and then retire, if I’m fit, working hard and playing well I think I can still bring something to the squad.
Finally, I would like to thank everybody for their congratulatory messages as I’ve reached this amazing landmark, I wouldn’t be here without the incredible love and support of my family and friends, and of course all of you that have supported me. Thank you very much.