What channel is Scotland vs Hungary? Every TV and live stream option as two differing commentaries on offer

It's judgement day for Scotland at the European Championships.

Three years on from our disappointing display at Euro 2020, Steve Clarke and his players have a shot at becoming the first Scotland team in history to progress from major tournament if they can beat Hungary. The Dark Blues started Euro 2024 in disastrous fashion with a 5-1 defeat against hosts Germany, but a 1-1 draw with Switzerland now means progression from the group stage is in their own hands.

A comprehensive victory against Marco Rossi's side coupled with a helping hand from the Germans against the Swiss could even see the Scots claim a runner's up spot in the group, but with the Tartan Army desperate to extend their stay on the continent, it's all about getting out of the group by any means necessary.

Kieran Tierney is out for the rest of the tournament with a hamstring injury picked up against the Swiss but with the likes of Billy Gilmour, Scott McTominay and John McGinn, have the quality and experience to get the job done. Record Sport has everything you need to know as Clarke and his charges gear up for the biggest game in the national team's history for many a year.

Where and when is Scotland vs Hungary?

The big one will take place in Stuttgart on Sunday, June 23. Kick off will be at 8pm UK time and, of course, at 9pm CET.

What TV channel is it on?

The match will be broadcast live on BBC One with coverage starting at 7.00pm and presented by Gabby Logan with commentary by Steve Bower and former Scotland hero James McFadden on BBC One and Liam MacLeod and Neil McCann on BBC Scotland.

Will there be a live stream?

Yes, the match will be streamed on via the BBC iPlayer app for license fee payers.

How else can I follow the action?

You can follow it right here on dailyrecord.co.uk, of course! We'll have all the team news, build-up, and every kick from Hampden in our live blog as well as exclusive video content from inside and outside the national stadium. After the game, we'll have all the reaction as well as talking points, player ratings, and so much more.