UEFA EURO TV listings

Matches for today saturday, 19 June 2021
14:00
UEFA EURO
Hungary
France
BBC iPlayer
BBC One
17:00
UEFA EURO
Portugal
Germany
ITV Hub
ITV
20:00
UEFA EURO
Spain
Poland
BBC iPlayer
BBC One
Tomorrow sunday, 20 June 2021
17:00
UEFA EURO
Italy
Wales
ITV Hub
ITV
S4C
17:00
UEFA EURO
Switzerland
Turkey
ITV Hub
ITV4
Monday, 21 June 2021
17:00
UEFA EURO
Ukraine
Austria
ITV Hub
ITV
17:00
UEFA EURO
North Macedonia
Netherlands
ITV Hub
ITV
20:00
UEFA EURO
Russia
Denmark
BBC iPlayer
BBC Two
20:00
UEFA EURO
Finland
Belgium
BBC iPlayer
BBC One
Tuesday, 22 June 2021
20:00
UEFA EURO
Croatia
Scotland
ITV Hub
STV
ITV4
STV Player
20:00
UEFA EURO
Czech Republic
England
ITV Hub
ITV
ITV2
Wednesday, 23 June 2021
17:00
UEFA EURO
Sweden
Poland
ITV Hub
ITV
17:00
UEFA EURO
Slovakia
Spain
ITV Hub
ITV
20:00
UEFA EURO
Germany
Hungary
BBC iPlayer
BBC One
20:00
UEFA EURO
Portugal
France
BBC iPlayer
BBC One
Saturday, 26 June 2021
17:00
UEFA EURO
Round of 16
To be confirmed
20:00
UEFA EURO
Round of 16
To be confirmed
Sunday, 27 June 2021
17:00
UEFA EURO
Netherlands
TBD
To be confirmed
20:00
UEFA EURO
Round of 16
To be confirmed
Monday, 28 June 2021
17:00
UEFA EURO
Round of 16
To be confirmed
20:00
UEFA EURO
Round of 16
To be confirmed
Tuesday, 29 June 2021
17:00
UEFA EURO
Round of 16
To be confirmed
20:00
UEFA EURO
Round of 16
To be confirmed
Friday, 02 July 2021
17:00
UEFA EURO
Quarter-finals
To be confirmed
20:00
UEFA EURO
Quarter-finals
To be confirmed
Saturday, 03 July 2021
17:00
UEFA EURO
Quarter-finals
To be confirmed
20:00
UEFA EURO
Quarter-finals
To be confirmed
Tuesday, 06 July 2021
20:00
UEFA EURO
Semi-finals
To be confirmed
Wednesday, 07 July 2021
20:00
UEFA EURO
Semi-finals
To be confirmed
Sunday, 11 July 2021
20:00
UEFA EURO
Final
ITV Hub
BBC iPlayer
BBC One
ITV

Now, there are 30 UEFA EURO live televised matches and 11 TV channels will broadcast each and every one of them. The next match you will be able to enjoy is Hungary - France and it will be played next 19 June 2021 at 15:00 televised by BBC iPlayer, BBC One.

For more information, please access the website of UEFA EURO.

The Eurocup is the most important national soccer team tournament on the old continent. Only members belonging to UEFA can participate in it. It is held every four years, except for the 2020 edition, which was postponed until 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The first proposal for its creation arose in 1927 by Henri Delaunay, general secretary of the French Football Federation, but it was not finalized until 1958. The champion's trophy bears his name as a tribute.

The Soviet Union was the first European Championship champion in 1960, beating Yugoslavia 2-1 in the final thanks to goals from Metreveli and Ponedelnik. It was held in France and was attended by only four teams.

The first expansion of participants took place in 1980. The competition held in Italy had eight national teams and for the first time, a group stage was played to decide the two finalists. Czechoslovakia lifted the trophy by beating the hosts in an agonizing penalty shoot-out that ended with a score of 9-8.

The number of countries classified was changed again for the 1996 Euro Cup held in England. The teams were distributed by lottery into four groups of four nations. The first two classified advanced to the quarterfinals. Germany conquered the title after winning the final against the Czech Republic 1-2 with a golden goal from Bierhoff.

Since 2016, it has grown to 24 teams. The expansion proposal was led by Scotland and the Republic of Ireland due to the increase of federations in Europe after the separation into nations of large blocks such as Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia or the Soviet Union. Participants are decided by a qualifying round, except for the host of the event, who is classified automatically.

Ahead of Euro 2021, UEFA designated more than two countries as host for the first time in history. The original idea is to organize a European Championship that is played around the entire continent with meetings in cities such as London (England), Munich (Germany), Rome (Italy), Baku (Azerbaijan), Saint Petersburg (Russia), Budapest (Hungary) , Bucharest (Romania), Amsterdam (Netherlands), Bilbao (Spain), Glasgow (Scotland), Dublin (Republic of Ireland) and Copenhagen (Denmark).

Until now, Spain has been the only country that has managed to win two editions in a row. The Spanish national team was proclaimed champion of Europe in the tournaments held in 2008 (Austria and Switzerland) and 2012 (Poland and Ukraine) .