UEFA Euro 2021 Live Streaming: The UEFA EURO 2021 will be the 16th edition of the tournament. It happens every fourth year and all the teams taking part are European. It is commonly referred to as Euro. Europe’s governing body for football that is UEFA (Union of European Football Associations) organizes this event.
UEFA Euro 2021 Host Countries
This year it will be the first time that 12 countries will host the UEFA Euro championships with 12 stadiums in 12 cities of Europe. The Countries which will host the 2021 euro’s are
|Denmark||Republic of Ireland|
Out of these countries, England was given the chance after Belgium’s bid was canceled because of the construction work done in the stadium of Brussels.
UEFA EURO 2021 Teams
In the euro’s 24 teams take part out of the 55 teams who take part in the qualifiers. The 20 teams have been announced from the 24 teams after the qualifiers and 4 teams will be announced after some playoffs between 8 teams.
The Euro 2021 teams which have been announced are:
UEFA EURO 2021 Groups
These UEFA Euro 20 teams are distributed among 6 groups with 4 teams each
|C4||Playoff winner A or D|
|D3||Playoff winner C|
|E4||Playoff winner B|
|F1||Playoff winner A or D|
Amongst all the group’s Group F is considered to be the Group of Death. Group F consists of 3 European giants Portugal, France, and Germany. All the teams will fight for glory in the months of June- July.
UEFA EURO 2021 Group Stage Schedule
|1||12-16 June 2021||1v2, 3v4|
|2||17-20 June 2021||1v3, 2v4|
|3||21-24 June 2021||1v4, 2v3|
The tournament will start from 11th June 2021 to 11th July 2021. The Group stage will be over till the 24th of June 2021. After the group stages 8 teams will be eliminated from the tournament and the rest 16 teams will play the Round of 16 or Pre- quarterfinals. The fixtures of the group stages were decided based on the draw results.
UEFA Euro 2021 Fixtures:
Euro Full Match Schedule, Teams, Dates, Timings & Venue
* Time: 9:00 PM onwards
|12 June 2021||Match 1||Turkey vs Italy||Stadio Olimpico, Rome|
|13 June 2021||Match 2||Wales vs Switzerland||Olympic Stadium, Baku|
|13 June 2021||Match 3||Denmark vs Finland||Parken Stadium, Copenhagen|
|13 June 2021||Match 4||Belgium vs Russia||Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg|
|14 June 2021||Match 5||Netherlands vs Ukraine||Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam|
|14 June 2021||Match 6||Austria vs TBC||Arena Naționala, Bucharest|
|14 June 2021||Match 7||England vs Croatia||Wembley Stadium, London|
|15 June 2021||Match 8||TBC vs Czech Republic||Hampden Park, Glasgow|
|15 June 2021||Match 9||Spain vs Sweden||San Mames, Bilbao|
|15 June 2021||Match 10||Poland vs TBC||Aviva Stadium, Dublin|
|16 June 2021||Match 11||TBC vs Portugal||Puskas Arena, Budapest|
|16 June 2021||Match 12||France vs Germany||Allianz Arena, Munich|
|17 June 2021||Match 13||Turkey vs Wales||Olympic Stadium, Baku|
|17 June 2021||Match 14||Italy vs Switzerland||Stadio Olimpico, Rome|
|17 June 2021||Match 15||Finland vs Russia||Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg|
|18 June 2021||Match 16||Denmark vs Belgium||Parken Stadium, Copenhagen|
|18 June 2021||Match 17||Netherlands vs Austria||Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam|
|18 June 2021||Match 18||Ukraine vs TBC||Arena Naționala, Bucharest|
|19 June 2021||Match 19||Croatia vs Czech Republic||Hampden Park, Glasgow|
|19 June 2021||Match 20||England vs TBC||Wembley Stadium, London|
|19 June 2021||Match 21||Sweden vs TBC||Aviva Stadium, Dublin|
|20 June 2021||Match 22||Spain vs Poland||San Mames, Bilbao|
|20 June 2021||Match 23||TBC vs France||Puskas Arena, Budapest|
|20 June 2021||Match 24||Portugal vs Germany||Allianz Arena, Munich|
|21 June 2021||Match 25||Switzerland vs Turkey||Olympic Stadium, Baku|
|21 June 2021||Match 26||Italy vs Wales||Stadio Olimpico, Rome|
|22 June 2021||Match 27||Russia vs Denmark||Parken Stadium, Copenhagen|
|22 June 2021||Match 28||Finland vs Belgium||Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg|
|22 June 2021||Match 29||TBC vs Netherlands||Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam|
|22 June 2021||Match 30||Ukraine vs Austria||Arena Naționala, Bucharest|
|23 June 2021||Match 31||Croatia vs TBC||Hampden Park, Glasgow|
|23 June 2021||Match 32||Czech Republic vs England||Wembley Stadium, London|
|24 June 2021||Match 33||TBC vs Spain||San Mames, Bilbao|
|24 June 2021||Match 34||Sweden vs Poland||Aviva Stadium, Dublin|
|24 June 2021||Match 35||Portugal vs France||Puskas Arena, Budapest|
|24 June 2021||Match 36||Germany vs TBC||Allianz Arena, Munich|
|Round of 16|
|27 June 2021||Match 37||TBC vs TBC||Wembley Stadium, London|
|27 June 2021||Match 38||TBC vs TBC||Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam|
|28 June 2021||Match 39||TBC vs TBC||San Mames, Bilbao|
|28 June 2021||Match 40||TBC vs TBC||Puskas Arena, Budapest|
|29 June 2021||Match 41||TBC vs TBC||Arena Naționala, Bucharest|
|29June 2021||Match 42||TBC vs TBC||Parken Stadium, Copenhagen|
|30 June 2021||Match 43||TBC vs TBC||Hampden Park, Glasgow|
|30 June 2021||Match 44||TBC vs TBC||Aviva Stadium, Dublin|
|3 July 2021||Match 45||First Quarterfinal||Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg|
|3 July 2021||Match 46||Second Quarterfinal||Allianz Arena, Munich|
|4 July 2021||Match 47||Third Quarterfinal||Olympic Stadium, Baku|
|4 July 2021||Match 48||Fourth Quarterfinal||Stadio Olimpico, Rome|
|7 July 2021||Match 49||First Semifinal||Wembley Stadium, London|
|8 July 2021||Match 50||Second Semifinal||Wembley Stadium, London|
|12 July 2021||Match 51||Final||Wembley Stadium, London|
UEFA EURO 2021 Venues
The tournament will be hosted by 12 stadiums in 12 countries for the first time in history because of the 60th anniversary of the tournament. In 2012 before the finals of UEFA EURO 2012 the decision to make 12 countries the host Countries was taken by UEFA.
The venues were announced by UEFA on 19th September 2014. The UEFA Executive Committee removed Brussels as the host city on 7th December 2017 due to delays in the construction of the Euro stadium which was about to host 3 group stage and one round of 16 matches. All 4 matches were allocated to the Wembley Stadium, London. Now London will host a total of 7 matches 4 of the reallocation and 2 semifinals and a final. On 7th December 2017, it was also announced that the first game will be played in Stadio Olimpico, Rome, Italy. UEFA also announced that if Qualified Italy will be involved in the First match of the tournament which is now confirmed that the first match will take place between Italy and Turkey.
Of the 12 chosen cities and nations, 8 cities and 7 nations have never facilitated a European Championship finals match previously. Bilbao was not a venue when Spain hosted the 1964 European championships, and none of Azerbaijan, Denmark, Hungary, Romania, Republic of Ireland, Russia, or Scotland has facilitated the competition beforehand. Of the 12 chosen stadia, just 2 have facilitated a European Championship match previously: the Stadio Olimpico (1968 and 1980) and the Johan Cruyff Arena (2000). The first Wembley stadium facilitated games and the last in UEFA Euro 1996, yet despite the fact that it remains on a similar site, this is delegated a new Wembley stadium present.
The UEFA EURO 2021 Stadiums hosting the tournament are:
|Johan Cruyff Arena||Netherlands||54,990|
Each city will host 3 group stage matches and 1 pre-quarterfinals or quarterfinals match. The allocation of matches of the 12 stadiums are as follows:
- Group stage, a round of 16, semi-finals, and final: London (England)
- Group stage and quarter-finals: Munich (Germany), Baku (Azerbaijan), Saint Petersburg (Russia), Rome (Italy).
- Group stage and round of 16: Copenhagen(Denmark), Bucharest (Romania), Amsterdam (Netherlands), Dublin (Republic of Ireland), Bilbao (Spain), Budapest (Hungary), Glasgow (Scotland).
The host cities were divided into 6 groups based on the geographical area and the security/political constraints. Each qualified host country will play at least 2 home matches. The groups of teams were:
- Group A: Rome (Italy) and Baku (Azerbaijan)
- Group B: Saint Petersburg (Russia) and Copenhagen (Denmark)
- Group C: Amsterdam (Netherlands) and Bucharest (Romania)
- Group D: London (England) and Glasgow (Scotland)
- Group E: Bilbao (Spain) and Dublin (Republic of Ireland)
- Group F: Munich (Germany) and Budapest (Hungary)
UEFA EURO 2021 Broadcasting TV Channels
UEFA Euro 2021 is planned to play across 12 European nations from 12 June to 12 July. Live broadcast and streaming of the 2021 European Championship can be viewed on TVs and web-based gushing locales everywhere throughout the world.
London, Baku, Munich, Saint Petersburg, Rome, Amsterdam, Dublin, Bucharest, Budapest, Glasgow, Bilbao, and Copenhagen are set to have 51 matches of Euro 2021.
How about we examine the rundown of broadcasting TV channels for 2021 Euro.
UEFA Euro 2021 Live Broadcasting TV Channels for European Countries
|Bosnia and Herzegovina||Nova BH Sport Klub|
|Croatia||HRT Sport Klub|
|Greece||ANT 1 IPG|
|Italy||RAI Sky Italia|
|Montenegro||Nova M Sport Klub|
|North Macedonia||Sport Klub|
|Norway||NRK TV 2|
|Russia||VGTRK perviy kanal Match TV|
|Sweden||SVT TV 4|
|United Kingdom||BBC ITV|
UEFA Euro 2021 Live Broadcasting TV Channels for Rest of the World (ROW)
|Canada||Bell Media TVA Sports|
|China||CCTV iQiyi Shankai Sports|
|Hong Kong||PCCW Media|
|India||Sony Pictures Sports Network|
|Indonesia||IMG MNC Mola TV|
|New Zealand||Sky Sport|
|South Africa||Super Sport|
|Sub Saharan Africa||Super sport star times|
|United States||ABC ESPN Univision|
UEFA additionally reported that the participating nations in Euro 2021 will be allowed free-to-air coverage of at least their own matches in their own Country.
In India, football fans can even watch the Euros on the official app of Sony pictures sports Network that is Sony Pix.
Many apps like THOP TV, GHD SPORTS, WOW TV, etc. will also broadcast each and every match of the tournament. These apps are not available on Google play store or Apple store rather they are available on Google Search Engines.
UEFA EURO 2021 Radio Channels
Usually, football is not a sport to listen to on the radio so that’s why most countries do not broadcast it on any of the radio channels. Only 2 countries have bought the ratio channels rights for UEFA Euro 2021.
United Kingdom- Talk sport
Many people prefer to watch football on TV or online as watching is way good and entertaining from listening to a football match.