Friendly TV listings

Thursday, 10 June 2021
17:00
Friendly
Estonia
Latvia
Sky Sports Red Button
Wednesday, 09 June 2021
19:45
Friendly
Portugal
Israel
Sky Sports Football
Tuesday, 08 June 2021
17:00
Friendly
Poland
Iceland
Sky Sports Football
19:00
Friendly
Hungary
Republic of Ireland
Sky Sports Main Event
Sky Sports Football
19:15
Friendly
Czech Republic
Albania
Sky Sports Red Button
19:45
Friendly
Spain
Lithuania
Sky Sports Red Button
20:10
Friendly
France
Bulgaria
Sky Sports Premier League
Monday, 07 June 2021
17:00
Friendly
Ukraine
Cyprus
Sky Sports Red Button
17:00
Friendly
Belarus
Sierra Leone
Sky Sports Red Button
19:45
Friendly
Germany
Latvia
Sky Sports Football
19:45
Friendly
Faroe Islands
Liechtenstein
Sky Sports Red Button
19:45
Friendly
Andorra
Gibraltar
Sky Sports Red Button
Sunday, 06 June 2021
16:30
Friendly
Austria
Slovakia
Sky Sports Red Button
17:00
Friendly
Netherlands
Georgia
Sky Sports Premier League
17:00
Friendly
England
Romania
ITV Hub
ITV
17:00
Friendly
Denmark
Bosnia
Sky Sports Red Button
17:00
Friendly
Luxembourg
Scotland
Sky Sports Football
18:00
Friendly
Norway
Greece
Sky Sports Red Button
19:45
Friendly
Belgium
Croatia
Sky Sports Premier League
Saturday, 05 June 2021
17:00
Friendly
Russia
Bulgaria
Sky Sports Premier League
17:00
Friendly
Wales
Albania
Sky Sports Football
S4C
19:45
Friendly
Sweden
Armenia
Sky Sports Football
Friday, 04 June 2021
17:00
Friendly
Finland
Estonia
Sky Sports Red Button
17:00
Friendly
Latvia
Lithuania
Sky Sports Red Button
17:00
Friendly
North Macedonia
kazakhstan
Sky Sports Red Button
17:00
Friendly
Kosovo
Malta
Sky Sports Red Button
18:30
Friendly
Spain
Portugal
Sky Sports Football
19:00
Friendly
Hungary
Cyprus
Sky Sports Red Button
19:45
Friendly
Italy
Czech Republic
Sky Sports Football
19:45
Friendly
Slovenia
Gibraltar
Sky Sports Red Button
19:45
Friendly
Faroe Islands
Iceland
Sky Sports Red Button
Thursday, 03 June 2021
17:00
Friendly
Switzerland
Liechtenstein
Sky Sports Red Button
17:00
Friendly
Andorra
Republic of Ireland
Sky Sports Premier League
18:00
Friendly
Turkey
Moldova
Sky Sports Red Button
19:00
Friendly
Ukraine
Northern Ireland
Sky Sports Main Event
19:45
Friendly
Belgium
Greece
Sky Sports Red Button
Wednesday, 02 June 2021
17:00
Friendly
Bosnia
Montenegro
Sky Sports Red Button
17:00
Friendly
Belarus
Azerbaijan
Sky Sports Football
18:00
Friendly
Norway
Luxembourg
Sky Sports Red Button
19:45
Friendly
Netherlands
Scotland
Sky Sports Main Event
19:45
Friendly
Romania
Georgia
Sky Sports Red Button
20:00
Friendly
Germany
Denmark
Sky Sports Premier League
20:00
Friendly
England
Austria
ITV Hub
ITV
20:05
Friendly
France
Wales
Sky Sports Football
S4C
Tuesday, 01 June 2021
17:00
Friendly
Croatia
Armenia
Sky Sports Main Event
Sky Sports Football
17:00
Friendly
Slovakia
Bulgaria
Sky Sports Red Button
17:00
Friendly
North Macedonia
Slovenia
Sky Sports Red Button
17:00
Friendly
Lithuania
Estonia
Sky Sports Red Button
17:00
Friendly
Kosovo
San Marino
Sky Sports Red Button
19:45
Friendly
Poland
Russia
Sky Sports Main Event
Sky Sports Football

At this time, there are no live televised Friendly events but we show you a history with the TV guide of the last broadcast seen on television.

We will update this Friendly agenda on TV when we receive confirmation from official media of the next live televised events of Friendly.

Since the beginning of this website, 346 live televised events have been published.

The first event published was on 24 March 2016 and the channel that broadcast Friendly matches the most times was Sky Sports Red Button with a total of 86.

A friendly match that does not influence the official competitions or involves a large amount of financial prize. Matches in this category are generally used to physically prepare players, build chemistry between teammates on the pitch, and help coaches work on their tactics in a more competitive setting than training.

In the early days of football, they were the most common type of game. A trend that began to change with the development of the Football League of England in 1888. Most countries already have established national tournaments in league and cup formats, as regional formats for lower-level teams. The friendly has lost a lot of prestige since then.

Before the start of each season, most teams play several games of this type as part of the preseason. They are considered non-competitive matches and are used for footballers to achieve the necessary physical shape after a long period of rest. In some cases, the official rules are modified to give more options to the coaches, for example, that there is no limit number of substitutions or that there are no yellow or red cards. These duels are common between clubs that are geographically close to each other.

To make it easier to organize the schedule and group teams together, some organizations set up short tournaments with incentives to attract the best clubs on the planet. Some of the highlights each summer are the International Champions Cup, the Emirates Cup or the Teresa Herrera Trophy. Sometimes these events can be sponsored, broadcast live, and even have a trophy for the champion.

The national teams also play a friendly in preparation for the qualifying phase or before the final phase of the big tournaments. They are essential to prepare, since they have fewer opportunities to train together. These are usually contested throughout the season, causing conflicts between federations and clubs due to the high risk of injury to players. The caps and goals from these matches are added to the statistics and may affect the FIFA ranking of each country.

In addition to these events, there are other types of friendlies such as All-Star, which bring together the best players in a competition, meetings to raise funds to help in the event of a natural disaster in an area or to an NGO and tribute matches to footballers who have left their mark on a club or in the world of football.