Euro 2020

TF1 and M6 announce their choices for Euro 2020 – Euro 2020

by: Adam Smith


In just over four months, the football of the selections will regain the upper hand over that of the clubs during Euro 2020.

Four years after the final between Portugal and Les Bleus at the Stade de France, the Lusitanians will put their continental trophy back in play all over Europe, but especially on the London side, where the semi-finals and the final will take place. But while waiting for the formation of the last square, UEFA has prepared a very nice group stage, including a group of death with France, Portugal or Germany. This competition, which will run from June 12 to July 12, will be followed in full on beIN Sports. But let the allergy of the pay channels be reassured, TF1 and M6 will also broadcast the big matches in the clear.

TF1 and M6 share the matches

The two holders of the TV rights to this broadcast have already distributed 23 posters from the first round, according to L’Equipe. And on Tuesday, the French channels communicated their various choices, with for example the opening match for TF1 and the first meeting of Les Bleus for M6. For the rest of this European Championship, the one will offer three round of 16 including the first choice, two quarters and the first choice of the semi-finals. And the six will broadcast the rest, with two eighths, a quarter-final with the first choice, the second pick of the semis and the final. Can’t wait for summer!

The matches of the first round of Euro 2020 in clear:
Friday, June 12: Turkey v Italy (TF1, 9pm).
Saturday 13 June: Belgium v Russia (M6, 9pm).
Sunday 14 June: Netherlands v Ukraine (M6, 9pm).
Monday 15 June: Spain v Sweden (TF1, 9pm).
Tuesday 16 June: France v Germany (M6, 9pm).
Wednesday, June 17: Italy v Switzerland (M6, 9pm).
Friday, June 19: England – Barragiste D (TF1, 9pm).
Saturday, June 20: Barragiste F – France (TF1, 3pm); Portugal to Germany (M6, 6pm).
Monday 22 June: Finland – Belgium or Russia – Denmark (TF1, 9pm).
Tuesday, June 23: Czech Republic – England or Croatia – Barragiste D (TF1, 9pm).
Wednesday, June 24: Portugal v France (TF1, 9pm).