Finland vs Italy Live Score and Live Stream

Live Coverage

Finland played Italy at the QR, Group J of European Championship on September 8. The match kicked off 18:45 UTC. Italy won 1-2.

Ciro Immobile scored the first goal on the 59th minute of the game followed by goals from Teemu Pukki and Jorginho, who made the final score 1-2.

ScoreBat is covering Finland vs Italy in real time, providing the live stream and live score of the match, team line-ups, full match stats, live match commentary and official video highlights. We cover all matches of European championship QR, Group J in real time and provide live streaming whenever possible.


Live Streaming

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We are updating team formations and line-ups for Finland - Italy in real time.

Finland kicked off the game with Lukas Hradecky, Jere Uronen, Sauli Vaisanen, Paulus Arajuuri, Joona Toivio, Albin Granlund who got substituted by Pyry Soiri on the 82nd minute, Lassi Lappalainen who got substituted by Jasse Tuominen on the 75th minute, Glen Kamara, Rasmus Schuller who got substituted by Joni Kauko on the 87th minute, Robin Lod and Teemu Pukki as starters, with Anssi Jaakkola, Jesse Joronen, Juha Pirinen, Jukka Raitala, Leo Vaisanen, Petteri Forsell, Fredrik Jensen, Joni Kauko, Pyry Soiri, Rasmus Karjalainen, Simon Skrabb and Jasse Tuominen on the bench.

Italy's starting eleven were Gianluigi Donnarumma, Emerson who got substituted by Alessandro Florenzi on the 8th minute, Francesco Acerbi, Leonardo Bonucci, Armando Izzo, Nicolo Barella, Jorginho, Stefano Sensi, Lorenzo Pellegrini, Ciro Immobile who got substituted by Andrea Belotti on the 76th minute and Federico Chiesa who got substituted by Federico Bernardeschi on the 72nd minute, with Alex Meret, Salvatore Sirigu, Danilo D\'Ambrosio, Alessandro Florenzi, Gianluca Mancini, Alessio Romagnoli, Federico Bernardeschi, Vincenzo Grifo, Sandro Tonali, Andrea Belotti, Stephan El Shaarawy and Kevin Lasagna on the bench.

Referee showed the yellow card 6 times throughout the game. Jorginho, Rasmus Schuller, Gianluigi Donnarumma, Paulus Arajuuri, Sauli Vaisanen and Joni Kauko were the ones to receive it.


Explore stats from Finland vs Italy on ScoreBat - we are updating the numbers on this page every second of the game.

  • Ball Possession: 40 - 60
  • Total Attempts: 5 - 25
  • Shots On Target: 1 - 9
  • Saves: 7 - 0
  • Corners: 2 - 4
  • Completed Passes: 338 - 559
  • Fouls: 16 - 14
  • Offsides: 0 - 5
  • Total Passes: 425 - 631


Finland and Italy have met twice since June 2016. Italy have won twice. The most recent match between them took place on March 23, 2019 at the QR, Group J of European Championship where Italy won 2-0. Finland have scored 0 goals in these 2 head-to-head matches in total while Italy have scored 4. So, overall, Italy have a better head-to-head record against Finland in their recent history.

Finland have won 6 of their 10 matches in QR, Group J, drawing 0 and having 4 defeats this season. They have scored 16 goals - 1.60 per match, conceding 10 - 1.00 per match. Italy have won 10 of their 10 matches in QR, Group J, drawing 0 and having 0 defeats this season. They have scored 37 goals - 3.70 per match, conceding 4 - 0.40 per match.

Recent Form

Finland are on a winning streak - they have won Greece, Liechtenstein, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Armenia in their previous 4 matches while Italy are on a winning streak - they have won Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Greece, Liechtenstein and Finland in their previous 5 matches. Overall, Finland have won 13 of their last 20 matches, losing 5 and drawing 2, while Italy have won 8 of their last 20 matches, losing 5 and drawing 7. In their most recent 6 matches Finland have won 4 times (1-0 against Greece on 5th of September, 0-2 against Liechtenstein on 11th of June, 2-0 against Bosnia and Herzegovina on 8th of June and 0-2 against Armenia on 26th of March) and lost twice (2-0 against Italy on 23rd of March and 1-2 against Estonia on 11th of January). In their most recent 6 matches Italy have won 5 times (1-3 against Armenia on 5th of September, 2-1 against Bosnia and Herzegovina on 11th of June, 0-3 against Greece on 8th of June, 6-0 against Liechtenstein on 26th of March and 2-0 against Finland on 23rd of March) and drew once (0-0 against Portugal on 17th of November).

Team Streaks

  • Finland haven't played a draw in their previous 16 matches.
  • Italy have gone 8 consecutive matches without a defeat.
  • Italy haven't played a draw in their previous 5 away matches.

Live Standings

As always, European championship QR, Group J's live standings are availble and updated in real time. Finland are 2nd in the table with 18 points after 10 matches, while Italy are the leaders with 30 points in 10 matches.

Video Highlights

We are adding goal videos and full video highlights of the match between Finland and Italy in real time. You can watch the goals by Ciro Immobile, Teemu Pukki and Jorginho as the videos of the goals are added usually minutes after the actual event if there are any official videos available. Full video highlights of Finland - Italy are being added as they become available on the official social media channels of the league or the teams.

Live Commentary

  1. Full Time
    Match ends. Finland 1, Italy 2.
  2. 90'
    Joni Kauko is shown the yellow card.
  3. 87'
    Substitution for Finland. Joni Kauko replaces Rasmus Schuller
  4. 82'
    Substitution for Finland. Pyry Soiri replaces Albin Granlund
  5. 79'
    Sauli Vaisanen is shown the yellow card.
  6. 79'
    1 - 2
    Jorginho scores from the penalty spot for Italy making the score 1 - 2.
  7. 76'
    Substitution for Italy. Andrea Belotti replaces Ciro Immobile
  8. 75'
    Substitution for Finland. Jasse Tuominen replaces Lassi Lappalainen
  9. 74'
    Paulus Arajuuri is shown the yellow card.
  10. 72'
    Substitution for Italy. Federico Bernardeschi replaces Federico Chiesa
  11. 72'
    Gianluigi Donnarumma is shown the yellow card.
  12. 72'
    1 - 1
    Teemu Pukki scores from the penalty spot for Finland making the score 1 - 1.
  13. 59'
    0 - 1
    Ciro Immobile scores for Italy.
  14. 57'
    Rasmus Schuller is shown the yellow card.
  15. Kick-off
    Second half begins
  16. Half Time - 0 : 0
    First half ends.
  17. 21'
    Jorginho is shown the yellow card.
  18. 8'
    Substitution for Italy. Alessandro Florenzi replaces Emerson
  19. Kick-off
    First half begins