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UEFA Euro 2021 TV & Live Streaming schedule

The 16th edition of the European Football Championship will be held this summer after it was postponed last year. The UEFA Euro 2021 will feature the best football teams in Europe for a months’ time, running from June 11th – July 11th. Use the TV and live streaming schedule on this page and find out how to watch every single game live. The tournament is one of the most prestigious and highest-ranked international football tournaments, followed by millions of fans from all around the world. With Tvsports.in you will get the latest and most accurate information on how to follow the tournament live from India.

History and Background

The first European Football Championship to ever been played was in 1958. Since then, there have been 15 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 15 times since 1958 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)
Soviet Union – 1 (1960)
Italy – 1 (1968)
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, 9 goals.

UEFA Euro 2021 Venues, Teams and Format

Summer’s tournament will be the first ever to be held in more than two host countries. The 2021 edition of the UEFA Euro will be spread out over several host cities. The change has been facing mixed reactions from fans, experts and players who claims that the extra travelling will affect the intensity of the games and also have a negative effect on the fans engagement that is usually surrounding the Euros. There are a total of 13 cities that will host this summer’s tournament – London, Rome, Baku, Saint Petersburg, Seville, Bucharest, Amsterdam, Glasgow, Copenhagen, Budapest and Munich. London will be hosting the semifinals and the final at Wembley Stadium. UEFA are expecting fans on all games during the tournament, though there will not be any sold-out stadiums due to Covid 19-restrictions.

The 24 teams are divided into six different groups. The teams in each group play each other once. The two best teams from each group along with the four best third-placed teams will proceed to the round of 16. The group stage will be running through June 23rd before the knockout stage begins.

Group A: Turkey, Italy, Wales, Switzerland
Group B: Denmark, Finland, Belgium, Russia
Group C: Netherlands, Ukraine, Austria, North Macedonia
Group D: England, Croatia, Scotland, Czech Republic
Group E: Spain, Sweden, Poland, Slovakia
Group F: Hungary, Portugal, France, Germany

It’s hard to predict an outcome of the Euro 2021 with a number of teams seen as potential champions. France, England and Belgium are three teams who’ve all an extremely talented group of players. Spain, Italy and Germany should never be underestimated in these circumstances. Whoever you support or if you just fancy watching world-class football, this summer’s tournament will be something extra. One month of great football, top-quality players and hopefully plenty of fans in the stadiums.

Watch the UEFA Euro 2021 live on TV & Live Streaming

The European Football Championship will be one of the biggest sporting events this summer. Spain, Germany, England, France and all the other high-reputed football nations will participate in the tournament. The majority of the games will be shown live on both TV and live stream. Viewers from India will be able to follow the action live on Sony Pictures Network’s channels and streaming platforms.
The group stage games will be played on three different time slots – 07:00 PM, 10:00 PM and 01:00 AM (IST). Tvsports.in will deliver information on every live shown game and guidance on where you can watch it. The channel and streaming schedule above will be updated regularly in order to cover any late changes by the broadcasting network. Check out Tvsports.in on Twitter and Facebook where you’ll get additional news and updates on the UEFA Euro 2021 throughout the tournament.

The next European Championship, UEFA Euro 2024, will be hosted by Germany. The tournament is schedule to run from June 14th through July 14th. It will be the third time ever that the European Championship is being held in Germany.