Euro 2020

UEFA Euro 2020 football: the list of matches broadcast by TF1 and M6 (updated). – Euro 2020

by: Adam Smith

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After announcing the acquisition of the next UEFA EURO 2020 which will take place from 12 June to 12 July, TF1 and M6 will formalise the matches that will be broadcast on their airwaves.

Of the 23 posters broadcast in the clear, TF1 will broadcast the majority of the matches and matches of the French team.

  • 6 pool games:
    • The opening match of the competition: Turkey-Italy live from Rome, Friday, June 12 at 9pm
    • Spain’s entry into the competition against Sweden on Monday 15 June at 9pm live from Bilbao
    • England face Group C ‘barrier’ on Friday 19 June at 9pm live from London
    • The second match of the French team against the “Group A barrister” on Saturday, June 20 at 3pm live from Budapest
    • Finland-Belgium (in St. Petersburg) or Russia-Denmark (in Copenhagen), Monday, June 22 at 9 p.m.
    • The last pool match of the French team against Portugal, Wednesday, June 24 at 9pm live from Budapest.
  • 3 round of 16, including the first choice;
  • 2 quarter-finals;
  • The first choice of the semi-final.

M6, co-broadcaster in clear, will offer:

  • 6 Pool games:
    • Belgium v Russia on Saturday, June 13 at 9 p.m. live from St. Petersburg
    • Netherlands – Ukraine on Sunday 14 June at 9pm live from Amsterdam
    • France v Germany on Tuesday 16 June at 9pm live from Munich
    • Italy v Switzerland on Friday 17 June at 9pm live from Rome
    • Portugal v Germany on Saturday 20 June at 6pm live from Munich
    • Czech Republic – England live from London or Croatia – Group C barrister live from Glasgow on Tuesday 23 June at 9pm
  • 2 round of 16;
  • 1 quarter-final (1st choice);
  • 1 semi-final
  • The final.

“Four years after the broadcast of the Euro 2016 final on M6, we are very happy to once again accompany the French team on the road to the title of European champion. Our know-how will be put at the service of the show and the French public to allow it to follow this competition as closely as possible to the teams and the players. Nicolas de Tavernost

60 years after the first edition of the EURO, this anniversary edition takes place in 12 European cities: Amsterdam, Baku, Bilbao, Bucharest, Budapest, Copenhagen, Dublin, Glasgow, London, Munich, Rome and St Petersburg.