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ESPN will not broadcast all the matches of the Euro 2024 final phase

ESPN will not broadcast all the matches of the Euro 2024 final phase
ESPN will not broadcast all the matches of the Euro 2024 final phase

Find out why the sports channel will not have all the remaining matches of the continental nations tournament available.

The Euro 2024 is already in its final stages. Some of the best teams in the world met in Germany to see who becomes the best in the old continent. This Saturday the round of 16 begins and in the last few hours they released some news that if you are a football fan you should know.

It is already confirmed that ESPNthe flagship sports network owned by The Walt Disney Companywill not broadcast all the remaining matches of Euro 2024: what happened?

Euro 2024: who will broadcast the final phase matches?

The sports landscape underwent a significant change with the news that ESPN gave up part of the broadcasting rights for Euro 2024. As announced by @Puntaje_Ideal on X (formerly Twitter), all the Round of 16 matches that will be played at 13:00 (representing the first time slot within the calendar) They will be exclusive to Disney+following the recent merger with Star+ on June 26. This decision leaves ESPN with the responsibility of broadcasting only half of the matches that are part of the second shift, that is, starting at 4 p.m.

In this way, ESPN will only offer four of the eight round of 16 games and two of the four quarterfinals. This measure did not go down well with those who only pay for cable and are not subscribed to any streaming platform since now if they want to watch all the games they will have to subscribe to Disney+.

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Euro 2024: the round of 16 crosses

  • Saturday, June 29 at 1:00 p.m. at the Berlin Olympic Stadium: Switzerland vs. Italy
  • Saturday, June 29 at 4 p.m. at Signal Iduna Park in Dortmund: Germany vs. Denmark
  • Sunday, June 30 at 4 p.m. at the Rhein Energie Stadion in Cologne: Spain vs. Georgia
  • Sunday, June 30 at 1 p.m. at the Veltins-Arenade Gelsenkirchen: England vs. Slovakia
  • Monday, July 1st at 13:00 in the Merkur Spiel-Arena in Düsseldorf Arena: France vs. Belgium
  • Monday, July 1st at 4pm at the Waldstadion in Frankfurt: Portugal vs. 3rd Slovenia
  • Tuesday, July 2 at 1:00 p.m. at the Allianz Arena in Munich: Romania vs. Netherlands
  • Tuesday, July 2nd at 4pm at the Red Bull Arena in Leipzig: Austria vs. Türkiye

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