The Six and TF1, which share the broadcast of the competition, have announced the matches they will offer on their airwaves.
Once again, M6 won the jackpot. The channel will broadcast the final of Euro 2020, which will take place on 12 July in London, when it had already broadcast the Euro 2016 final successfully. If France had then lost to Portugal (1-0), the Six had attracted 20.8 million viewers, signing the fourth best audience in the history of television and breaking its own record. A successful operation, therefore, that could be repeated this summer if France managed to reach the last step of the competition.
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The first meeting of Les Bleus on M6
TF1 and M6 randomly drew the two lots reserved for the radio channels, allowing them to share the 23 matches broadcast in clear. M6 has collected in its skira the first meeting of Les Bleus, France/Germany, which will take place on Tuesday 16 June at 21:00 live from Munich. It will also broadcast an enticing Portugal/Germany on Saturday, June 20 at 6 p.m. In all, the channel will broadcast six pool matches, two round of 16, a quarter-final with the first choice, a semi-final and thus the final.
The opening match on TF1 and 51 matches on beIN Sports
TF1, for its part, will offer the opening match of the competition between Turkey and Italy on June 12 at 9 p.m., live from Rome. It will also broadcast the expected opposition between Spain and Sweden on Monday 15 June at 9pm, as well as the last two matches of the French team: the one that will pit it against the Group A barrister on Saturday 20 June at 3pm, and the clash against Portugal on Wednesday 24 June at 9pm. In its lot, TF1 also has three round of 16, including the first choice, two quarter-finals and the best semi-final. As for beIN Sports, it will offer the entire competition on its antennae, i.e. 51 matches.
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Euro 2020, which celebrates its 60th anniversary this year, will take place from 12 June to 12 July in twelve European cities: Amsterdam, Baku, Bilbao, Bucharest, Budapest, Copenhagen, Dublin, Glasgow, London, Munich, Rome and St Petersburg. The competition will pit 24 teams against one. It should be noted that M6 will broadcast the France-Finland friendly on 31 March.
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