Football fans have another reason to be happy. The Euro 2020 starts on Friday, June 11th. Or better said the EM 2021. The tournament will be played this year under the title Euro 2020, as the European Football Championship actually takes place every four years.
In 2020, however, it was known to have been postponed to this year due to the corona pandemic. Ten European cities and the Asian city of Baku are the venues for the EM 2021.
EM 2021 is the same as EURO 2020
A total of 24 teams play for the big title “European Champion” for a month and are looking for the successor to the defending champions Portugal. As in recent years, there will be no large public viewing due to the corona pandemic. The city of Munich, for example, has canceled the well-known fan zone in the Olympic Park. The more the question arises: Where will the games be broadcast live? For your own public viewing in the living room, we have all the information about TV broadcasts, live streams including the schedule ready for you.
EURO 2020: The schedule
On Friday, June 11, 2021, the UEFA EURO 2020 will officially open with the game Turkey against Italy in Rome at 21. A total of 51 games will be played at eleven different venues. This is also the start of the group stage of the tournament. We’ll keep our fingers crossed for the German national team on June 15, 2021 when Germany competes against France at 9 p.m. The German national team belongs to group F, with Portugal, France and Hungary. Once the group stage is over, the round of 16 will start on June 26th.
EM 2021 – The group stage
The opening game of UEFA EURO 2020 starts next Friday at 9 p.m. between Turkey and Italy in the Olympic Stadium in Rome.
Friday June 11th
Group A: Turkey – Italy (21:00, Rome), ARD, MagentaTV
Saturday June 12th
Group A: Wales v Switzerland (15:00, Baku), MagentaTV
Group B: Denmark – Finland (18:00, Copenhagen), ZDF, MagentaTV
Group B: Belgium – Russia (21:00, St. Petersburg), ZDF, MagentaTV
Sunday June 13th
Group D: England – Croatia (15:00, London), ARD, MagentaTV
Group C: Austria – North Macedonia (18:00, Bucharest), ARD, MagentaTV
Group C: Netherlands v Ukraine (21:00, Amsterdam), ARD, MagentaTV
Monday June 14th
Group D: Scotland v Czech Republic (15:00, Glasgow), MagentaTV
Group E: Poland – Slovakia (18:00, St. Petersburg), ARD, MagentaTV
Group E: Spain – Sweden (21:00, Seville), ZDF, MagentaTV
Tuesday June 15th
Group F: Hungary – Portugal (18:00, Budapest), ZDF, MagentaTV
Group F: France – Germany (21:00, Munich), ZDF, MagentaTV
Wednesday June 16
Group B: Finland v Russia (15:00, St. Petersburg), MagentaTV
Group A: Turkey – Wales (18:00, Baku), ARD, MagentaTV
Group A: Italy – Switzerland (21:00, Rome), ARD, MagentaTV
Thursday June 17th
Group C: Ukraine – North Macedonia (15:00, Bucharest), ZDF, MagentaTV
Group B: Denmark – Belgium (18:00, Copenhagen), ZDF, MagentaTV
Group C: Netherlands – Austria (21:00, Amsterdam), ZDF, MagentaTV
Friday June 18th
Group E: Sweden – Slovakia (15:00, St. Petersburg), MagentaTV
Group D: Croatia – Czech Republic (18:00, Glasgow), ZDF, MagentaTV
Group D: England – Scotland (21:00, London), ZDF, MagentaTV
Saturday 19th June
Group F: Hungary – France (15:00, Budapest), ARD, MagentaTV
Group F: Portugal – Germany (18:00, Munich), ARD, MagentaTV
Group E: Spain v Poland (21:00, Seville), ARD, MagentaTV
Sunday June 20th
Group A: Italy – Wales (18:00, Rome), ZDF, MagentaTV
Group A: Switzerland – Turkey (18:00, Baku), ZDF, MagentaTV
Monday June 21
Group C: North Macedonia – Netherlands (18:00, Amsterdam), ARD, MagentaTV
Group C: Ukraine – Austria (18:00, Bucharest), ARD, MagentaTV
Group B: Russia – Denmark (21:00, Copenhagen), ARD, MagentaTV
Group B: Finland – Belgium (21:00, St. Petersburg), ARD, MagentaTV
Tuesday June 22nd
Group D: Czech Republic – England (21:00, London), ARD, MagentaTV
Group D: Croatia v Scotland (21:00, Glasgow), ARD, MagentaTV
Wednesday June 23rd
Group E: Slovakia – Spain (18:00, Seville), ZDF, MagentaTV
Group E: Sweden – Poland (18:00, St. Petersburg), ZDF, MagentaTV
Group F: Germany – Hungary (21:00, Munich), ZDF, MagentaTV
Group F: Portugal v France (21:00, Budapest), MagentaTV
The two best from each group and the four best thirds in the group advance.
EM 2021 – The KO Round
Round of 16
Saturday June 26th
1: 2A – 2B (18:00, Amsterdam)
2: 1A – 2C (21:00, London)
Sunday June 27th
3: 1C – 3D/E/F (18:00, Budapest)
4: 1B – 3A/D/E/F (21:00, Sevilla)
Monday June 28th
5: 2D – 2E (6:00 pm, Copenhagen)
6: 1F – 3A/B/C (21:00, Bukarest)
Tuesday June 29th
7: 1D – 2F (18:00, London)
8: 1E – 3A/B/C/D (21:00, Glasgow)
Friday July 2nd
VF1: Winner 6 – Winner 5 (18:00, St. Petersburg)
VF2: Winner 4 – Winner 2 (21:00, Munich)
Saturday 3rd July
VF3: Winner 3 – Winner 1 (18:00, Baku)
VF4: Winner 8 – Winner 7 (21:00, Rome)
Tuesday July 6th
HF1: Winner VF2 – Winner VF1 (21:00, London)
Wednesday July 7th
HF2: Winner VF4 – Winner VF3 (21:00, London)
Sunday July 11th
Winner HF1 – Winner HF2 (21:00, London)
Where will the matches of the EM 2021 be broadcast?
The good news for football fans first: Most of the Euro 2020 games will be shown on free TV. That means: the public broadcasters ARD and ZDF have secured 80 percent of the broadcasting rights. 41 of 51 games are broadcast by the TV stations both on television and in the online stream.
All games of the German national team are shown, as well as all games of the knockout phase. All games of the EM 2021 can be seen in full on pay TV. Magenta TV has secured the rights for Euro 2020 for this. All 51 games can be seen, but not for free.
Magenta-TV currently has an offer for the broadcast of the EM. Test it free of charge for three months, after which the pay-TV broadcaster costs 10 euros for a contract period of at least 24 months. There is more information about the costs for Magenta TV from Telekom here.
If you don’t have time to watch the entire tournament of the European Championship, the DAZN streaming service also summarizes the highlights of the games. You can find all information for a subscription at DAZN here.
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Well equipped with appointments and all information about the TV broadcast of the EM 2021, all that’s left is to keep your fingers crossed for the German national team for the EURO 2020. After the last two exits in the semifinals at the EM 2012 and 2016, the German team also wants come far again this time.
After all, Euro 2021 will be the last tournament for national coach Joachim Löw. Maybe the team will reward him and themselves with the title of European champions of UEFA EURO 2020.
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