how to watch every 2021 game live


After overcoming a forced one-year delay due to the global coronavirus pandemic, the Euro finally kicked off on June 11 in Rome.

Due to crowd size restrictions and the great distances between the 11 venues that have been chosen to celebrate the 60th (now 61st) anniversary of the competition, this tournament, more than any previous tournament, will be largely an event. televised, even for the most die-hard supporters of the games.

All 51 matches are being broadcast in the UK by the two biggest terrestrial broadcasters who have already split the group matches and will advance to the knockout stages once qualifying is established.

The full tournament schedule, including details of kick off times and how to watch in the UK, is shown below.

Euro 2021 TV channel program

Euro quarter-finals TV channels

Friday, July 2, 2021

QF1: Switzerland vs Spain (5 p.m., ITV)

QF2: Belgium vs Italy (8 p.m., BBC)

Saturday July 3, 2021

QF3: Czech Republic vs Denmark (5 p.m., TV)

QF4: Ukraine vs England (8 p.m., BBC)

Euro semi-finals TV channels

Tuesday, July 6, 2021

SF1: Winner QF2 vs Winner QF1 (8 p.m., Channel to be confirmed)

Wednesday July 7, 2021

SF2: Winner QF4 vs Winner QF3 20h, Channel to be confirmed)

Euro 2020 final

Sunday 11 July 2021

Winner SF1 vs Winner SF2 (20h, BBC & ITV)

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