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UEFA Euro 2024 TV & Live Streaming schedule

Tvsports.in offers an all-inclusive TV and streaming guide for upcoming UEFA Euro 2024 matches in Germany. This guide gives you access to kick-off times, channels, and streaming services that will allow you to watch the matches live on TV or stream them online. Don't miss any action of the tournament, where the world's best football nations will compete for the highly coveted trophy.

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Watch the UEFA Euro 2024 live on TV & Live Streaming

Get ready for one of the biggest sporting events this summer - the European Football Championship! With some of the best football nations competing for the coveted trophy, football fans worldwide are eagerly looking forward to this tournament. Whether you’re in Spain, Germany, England, France, or anywhere else, you can catch all the live action of UEFA Euro 2024 on TV or live streaming.

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When is the next UEFA European Championship played?

Euro 2024, the men's European Football Championship, will be held from June 14 to July 14. The month-long tournament will consist of a group stage where 24 teams will be divided into six groups, competing for a spot in the round of 16. Following this, there will be quarter-finals, semi-finals, and ultimately the final match.

Venues UEFA Euro 2024

Germany is preparing to host Euro 2024 in ten stadiums across the country. Interestingly, nine out of the ten selected stadiums were used for the 2006 World Cup. This means that Germany already has numerous large and modern football stadiums capable of accommodating the upcoming tournament.

Germany's infrastructure is well-equipped to host such a high-profile event, as the country boasts a plethora of modern football stadiums that can cater to the needs of the championship. The German Football Association (DFB) will not have to allocate significant resources to build new facilities, as they already have an ample number of stadiums at their disposal.

Olympiastadion, Berlin (74 461) - Hertha BSC
Allianz Arena, Munich (70 076) - Bayern Munich
Signal Iduna Park, Dortmund (65,849) - Borussia Dortmund
Mercedes-Benz Arena, Stuttgart (54 906) - VfB Stuttgart
Veltins-Arena, Gelsenkirchen (54 740) - Schalke 04
Deutsche Bank Park, Frankfurt (54 697) - Eintracht Frankfurt
Volksparkstadion, Hamburg (52 245) - Hamburger SV
Merkur Spiel-Arena, Düsseldorf (51 031) - Fortuna Düsseldorf
RheinEnergieStadion, Cologne (49 827) - 1. FC Cologne
Red Bull Arena, Leipzig (42 959) - RB Leipzig

Euro 2024 match schedule

Round of 16 finals
June 29, 2024
Match 37: Winner Group A - Runner-up Group C (Westfalenstadion, Dortmund)

June 29, 2024
Match 38: Second place Group A - Second place Group B (Olympiastadion, Berlin)

June 30, 2024
Match 39: Winner Group B - Third place Group A/D/E/F (RheinEnergieStadion, Cologne)

June 30, 2024
Match 40: Winner Group C - Third place Group D/E/F (Arena AufSchalke, Gelsenkirchen)

July 1, 2024
Match 41: Winners Group F - Third place Group A/B/C (Waldstadion, Frankfurt)

July 1, 2024
Match 42: Second place Group D - Second place Group E (Merkur Spiel-Arena, Düsseldorf)

July 2, 2024
Match 43: Winner Group E - Third place Group A/B/C/D (Allianz Arena, Munich)

July 2, 2024
Match 44: Winner Group D - Runner-up Group F (Red Bull Arena, Leipzig)

July 5, 2024
Match 45: Winner Match 39 - Winner Match 37 (Mercedes-Benz Arena, Stuttgart)

July 5, 2024
Match 46: Winner Match 41 - Winner Match 42 (Volksparkstadion, Hamburg)

July 6, 2024
Match 47: Winner Match 43 - Winner Match 44 (Olympiastadion, Berlin)

July 6, 2024
Match 48: Winner Match 40 - Winner Match 38 (Merkur Spiel-Arena, Düsseldorf)

July 9, 2024
Match 49: Winner Match 45 - Winner Match 46 (Allianz Arena, Munich)

July 10, 2024
Match 50: Winner Match 47 - Winner Match 48 (Westfalenstadion, Dortmund)

July 14, 2024
Match 51: Winner Match 49 - Winner Match 50 (Olympiastadion, Berlin)

History and Background

The first European Football Championship to ever been played was in 1960. Since then, there have been 16 editions of the tournament with several unforgettable games and moments on and off the pitch. Europe bolster some of the best and most talented football players in the world which makes the European Championship to an extremely competitive and prestigious tournament.

The number of nations that’re participating in the European Championship have been varying throughout the years. In the beginning of tournament’s history there were only four teams playing for the title. As the popularity and interest for the tournament increased the number of teams did the same. As of the European Championship 2021 there’re a total of 24 teams participating.

The European Championship is held every four year and last year’s tournament was the first ever to be postponed. The tournament is normally played in mid-June and runs for one month. The nations are qualifying for the European Championship through a qualification phase prior to the tournament. The qualifying stage is normally running for two years where the teams are put into different groups, and the two best teams from each group advance to the main tournament.

Records and Statistic

The tournament has been held 16 times since 1960 and there has been a total of 10 different nations who’ve been crowned European champions. Spain and Germany are the two most successful nations with three champions titles each. Portugal is the reign champions going into this summer’s tournament. UEFA Euro Champions
Germany – 3 (1972, 1980, 1996)
Spain – 3 (1964, 2008, 2012)
France – 2 (1984, 2000)
Italy – 2 (1968, 2020)
Soviet Union – 1 (1960)
Czech Republic – 1 (1976)
Portugal – 1 (2016)
Netherlands – 1 (1988)
Denmark – 1 (1992)
Greece – 1 (2004)

Many great players have been playing in the European Championship. From Zlatan Ibrahimović and Wayne Rooney to Cristiano Ronaldo. The Euros is the tournament to follow if you want to see some of the best players in action. Cristiano Ronaldo, representing Portugal, is currently the player who’s scored the most goals in the history of the European Championship, 14 goals.