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How to Watch UEFA European Championship on TV & Stream

Short information about the UEFA Euro 2024:

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On this page you will find a complete TV- and streaming guide for upcoming matches from the UEFA Euro 2024 in Germany. Livesportsontv.com gives you kick-off times, channels and streaming services to follow the matches live via TV or stream. With this TV-guide, you will not miss a single match of the European Championship 2024 where some of the world's best football nations will compete for the coveted trophy.

Use the Euro 2024 TV-guide above and scroll through all the matches of the tournament to get a full overview of how to watch Euro 2024 on TV. The information shared is continuously updated to provide you with the latest information regarding broadcasting TV channels and streaming services. Mark Euro 2024 as a favorite by checking the star at the top of the page to create a shortcut to the table the next time you visit Livesportsontv.com or use the app on your phone or tablet.

How can I watch Euro 2024 on TV?

The highly anticipated UEFA European Championship for men is set to take place in 2024, and US viewers will be able to catch all the action on Fox. As part of a six-year partnership agreement between UEFA and Fox that was finalized in 2021, the matches will be broadcasted on linear TV channels as well as on Fox Sports App and Foxsports.com via stream.

Soccer enthusiasts will be able to find all the relevant information about the upcoming matches on Livesportsontv.com as soon as the official broadcast schedule is released. The deal means that ESPN, who had previously held the broadcasting rights for European national team soccer, will miss out on one of the biggest sporting events of 2024.

But US soccer fans need not worry, as Fox is expected to provide a high-quality production of the tournament. Viewers can expect to enjoy live coverage of every game during the entire month-long event. With the top-of-the-line streaming service provided by Fox Sports App and Foxsports.com, you can catch all the matches from anywhere.

Apart from live games, the service will also offer full replays, highlights, and studio shows. The Fox network is committed to providing viewers with an all-in-one platform to keep up with all the UEFA European Championship action. So mark your calendars for 2024 and get ready to enjoy world-class soccer, courtesy of Fox.

When is Euro 2024 played?
The 2024 European Football Championship for men will be played between June 14 and July 14. The month-long tournament consists of a group stage where 24 teams divided into six groups play for a place in the round of 16. This is followed by quarter-finals, semi-finals and finally the final.


On March 26, it was clear which 24 teams will play in the Euro 2024 in Germany. The last three Playoff spots were secured by Poland, Ukraine, and Georgia, completing the six groups. Below you can see all the groups with the corresponding nations.
  • Group A: Germany, Scotland, Hungary, Switzerland
  • Group B: Spain, Croatia, Italy, Albania
  • Group C: Slovenia, Denmark, Serbia, England
  • Group D: Poland, Netherlands, Austria, France
  • Group E: Belgium, Slovakia, Romania, Ukraine
  • Group F: Turkey, Georgia, Portugal, Czech Republic

European Championship 2024 Venues

Germany is gearing up to host the Euro 2024 football championship, and the event will be held across ten stadiums in the country. Interestingly, nine out of the ten stadiums that have been selected for the event were previously used for the 2006 World Cup. This means that Germany already has a plethora of large and modern football stadiums that can cater to the demands of the upcoming tournament.

Unlike previous championships that required the construction of several new stadiums, Germany is well-equipped with the infrastructure needed to host this high-profile event. With countless large and modern football stadiums across the country, the German Football Association (DFB) will not have to invest significant resources in building new facilities.

Olympiastadion, Berlin (74 461) - Hertha BSC
Allianz Arena, Munich (70 076) - Bayern Munich
Signal Iduna Park, Dortmund (65,849) - Borussia Dortmund
Mercedes-Benz Arena, Stuttgart (54 906) - VfB Stuttgart
Veltins-Arena, Gelsenkirchen (54 740) - Schalke 04
Deutsche Bank Park, Frankfurt (54 697) - Eintracht Frankfurt
Volksparkstadion, Hamburg (52 245) - Hamburger SV
Merkur Spiel-Arena, Düsseldorf (51 031) - Fortuna Düsseldorf
RheinEnergieStadion, Cologne (49 827) - 1. FC Cologne
Red Bull Arena, Leipzig (42 959) - RB Leipzig

Euro 2024 match schedule

Round of 16 finals
June 29, 2024
Match 37: Winner Group A - Runner-up Group C (Westfalenstadion, Dortmund)

June 29, 2024
Match 38: Second place Group A - Second place Group B (Olympiastadion, Berlin)

June 30, 2024
Match 39: Winner Group B - Third place Group A/D/E/F (RheinEnergieStadion, Cologne)

June 30, 2024
Match 40: Winner Group C - Third place Group D/E/F (Arena AufSchalke, Gelsenkirchen)

July 1, 2024
Match 41: Winners Group F - Third place Group A/B/C (Waldstadion, Frankfurt)

July 1, 2024
Match 42: Second place Group D - Second place Group E (Merkur Spiel-Arena, Düsseldorf)

July 2, 2024
Match 43: Winner Group E - Third place Group A/B/C/D (Allianz Arena, Munich)

July 2, 2024
Match 44: Winner Group D - Runner-up Group F (Red Bull Arena, Leipzig)

July 5, 2024
Match 45: Winner Match 39 - Winner Match 37 (Mercedes-Benz Arena, Stuttgart)

July 5, 2024
Match 46: Winner Match 41 - Winner Match 42 (Volksparkstadion, Hamburg)

July 6, 2024
Match 47: Winner Match 43 - Winner Match 44 (Olympiastadion, Berlin)

July 6, 2024
Match 48: Winner Match 40 - Winner Match 38 (Merkur Spiel-Arena, Düsseldorf)

July 9, 2024
Match 49: Winner Match 45 - Winner Match 46 (Allianz Arena, Munich)

July 10, 2024
Match 50: Winner Match 47 - Winner Match 48 (Westfalenstadion, Dortmund)

July 14, 2024
Match 51: Winner Match 49 - Winner Match 50 (Olympiastadion, Berlin)

UEFA Euro - History and Background

The European Football Championship has a rich history that dates back to 1960, when the first edition of the tournament was played. Since then, there have been a total of 16 editions of the championship, each with its own set of unforgettable games and moments on and off the pitch. The tournament is widely regarded as one of the most prestigious and competitive football tournaments in the world, thanks to the presence of some of the best and most talented football players in Europe.

Over the years, the number of nations participating in the European Championship has varied. In the early days of the tournament, only four teams competed for the title. However, as the popularity and interest in the tournament grew, so did the number of teams participating. As of the European Championship in 2021, there were a total of 24 teams taking part.

The European Championship is held every four years and usually takes place in mid-June, running for a month. Prior to the tournament, teams go through a qualification phase, which lasts for two years. The teams are divided into different groups, and the two best teams from each group advance to the main tournament.

Records and Statistics

The European Championship has been held a total of 16 times since its inception in 1960. During this time, 10 different nations have been crowned European champions. Spain and Germany are the most successful nations in the history of the tournament, having won three titles each. Portugal, the current reigning champions, are going into this summer's tournament looking to defend their title.

Here is a list of all the countries that have won the UEFA Euro Championship along with the year they won:

Germany – 3 (1972, 1980, 1996)
Spain – 3 (1964, 2008, 2012)
France – 2 (1984, 2000)
Italy – 2 (1968, 2020)
Soviet Union – 1 (1960)
Czech Republic – 1 (1976)
Portugal – 1 (2016)
Netherlands – 1 (1988)
Denmark – 1 (1992)
Greece – 1 (2004)

The European Championship has seen some of the greatest players in the world of football take to the field. From Zlatan Ibrahimović and Wayne Rooney to Cristiano Ronaldo, fans have witnessed some breathtaking performances. In fact, Ronaldo is currently the player with the most goals in the history of the tournament, having scored a total of 14 goals while representing Portugal. If you want to see some of the best football players in action, the European Championship is definitely the tournament to follow.