Finland vs Liechtenstein Live Score and Live Stream

Live Coverage

Finland played Liechtenstein at the QR, Group J of European Championship on November 15. The match kicked off 17:00 UTC. Finland won 3-0.

Jasse Tuominen scored the first goal on the 22nd minute of the game followed by goals from Teemu Pukki, who made the final score 3-0.

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Live Streaming

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

Finland kicked off the game with Lukas Hradecky, Paulus Arajuuri, Juha Pirinen, Jukka Raitala, Joona Toivio, Glen Kamara, Robin Lod, Pyry Soiri who got substituted by Simon Skrabb on the 78th minute, Tim Sparv who got substituted by Joni Kauko on the 71st minute, Teemu Pukki who got substituted by Rasmus Karjalainen on the 84th minute and Jasse Tuominen as starters, with Anssi Jaakkola, Jesse Joronen, Thomas Lam, Daniel OShaughnessy, Leo Vaisanen, Sauli Vaisanen, Fredrik Jensen, Joni Kauko, Rasmus Schuller, Robert Taylor, Rasmus Karjalainen and Simon Skrabb on the bench.

Liechtenstein's starting eleven were Benjamin Buchel, Daniel Brandle, Max Goppel, Andreas Malin, Martin Rechsteiner, Martin Buchel, Nicolas Hasler, Livio Meier who got substituted by Aron Sele on the 90th minute, Michele Polverino who got substituted by Robin Gubser on the 73rd minute, Dennis Salanovic and Yanik Frick who got substituted by Ridvan Kardesoglu on the 84th minute, with Lorenzo Lo Russo, Justin Ospelt, Seyhan Yildiz, Robin Gubser, Aron Sele, Fabio Wolfinger, Marco Wolfinger, Sandro Wolfinger, Ridvan Kardesoglu and Philipp Ospelt on the bench.


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

  • Ball Possession: 69 - 31
  • Total Attempts: 20 - 2
  • Shots On Target: 5 - 1
  • Saves: 1 - 2
  • Corners: 7 - 2
  • Completed Passes: 762 - 243
  • Fouls: 11 - 4
  • Offsides: 3 - 0
  • Total Passes: 820 - 315


Finland and Liechtenstein have met twice since June 2017. Finland have won once, 1 match ended in a draw. The most recent match between them took place on June 11, 2019 at the QR, Group J of European Championship where Finland won 0-2. Finland have scored 3 goals in these 2 head-to-head matches in total while Liechtenstein have scored 1. So, overall, Finland have a better head-to-head record against Liechtenstein 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. Liechtenstein have won 0 of their 10 matches in QR, Group J, drawing 2 and having 8 defeats this season. They have scored 2 goals - 0.20 per match, conceding 31 - 3.10 per match.

Recent Form

Finland have won Armenia in their previous match while Liechtenstein have lost to Italy in their previous match. Overall, Finland have won 13 of their last 20 matches, losing 7 and drawing 0, while Liechtenstein have won 2 of their last 20 matches, losing 15 and drawing 3. In their most recent 6 matches Finland have won 4 times (3-0 against Armenia on 15th of October, 1-0 against Greece on 5th of September, 0-2 against Liechtenstein on 11th of June and 2-0 against Bosnia and Herzegovina on 8th of June) and lost twice (4-1 against Bosnia and Herzegovina on 12th of October and 1-2 against Italy on 8th of September). In their most recent 6 matches Liechtenstein have lost 4 times (0-5 against Italy on 15th of October, 5-0 against Bosnia and Herzegovina on 5th of September, 0-2 against Finland on 11th of June and 3-0 against Armenia on 8th of June) and drew twice (1-1 against Armenia on 12th of October and 1-1 against Greece on 8th of September).

Team Streaks

  • Finland have gone 20 consecutive matches without a draw.
  • Liechtenstein have failed to keep a clean sheet in their previous 12 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 Liechtenstein are 6th with 2 points in 10 matches.

Video Highlights

We are adding goal videos and full video highlights of the match between Finland and Liechtenstein in real time. You can watch the goals by Jasse Tuominen and Teemu Pukki 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 - Liechtenstein 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 3, Liechtenstein 0.
  2. 90'
    Substitution for Liechtenstein. Aron Sele replaces Livio Meier
  3. 84'
    Substitution for Liechtenstein. Ridvan Kardesoglu replaces Yanik Frick
  4. 84'
    Substitution for Finland. Rasmus Karjalainen replaces Teemu Pukki
  5. 78'
    Substitution for Finland. Simon Skrabb replaces Pyry Soiri
  6. 75'
    3 - 0
    Teemu Pukki scores for Finland.
  7. 73'
    Substitution for Liechtenstein. Robin Gubser replaces Michele Polverino
  8. 71'
    Substitution for Finland. Joni Kauko replaces Tim Sparv
  9. 63'
    2 - 0
    Teemu Pukki scores from the penalty spot for Finland making the score 2 - 0.
  10. Kick-off
    Second half begins
  11. Half Time - 1 : 0
    First half ends.
  12. 22'
    1 - 0
    Jasse Tuominen scores for Finland.
  13. Kick-off
    First half begins