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EM 2024 on TV and live stream: Here you can watch the games

The European Football Championship officially begins in Germany on Friday, June 14, 2024. During this European Championship, 24 teams will fight for the title in a total of 51 games. The schedule with all times and broadcast channels at a glance.

The 2024 European Football Championship is just around the corner, and with it another four weeks of football TV evenings. Telekom has secured the broadcasting rights for the tournament, and the in-house streaming service MagentaTV will broadcast all 51 games. However, only five games will be broadcast exclusively there; through partnerships and sublicenses, most of the games can also be seen on free TV or live streams. 34 games will be broadcast by ARD or ZDF, including all games of the German national team, and RTL will broadcast 12 games. Below you will find an overview of who is broadcasting which game – as far as is already known.

The 1st European Championship matchday of the preliminary round (14.06.-18.06.)

Friday, June 14, 2024
Germany – Scotland 5:1 (9pm, Munich): ZDF and MagentaTV

Saturday, 15 June 2024
Hungary – Switzerland 1:3 (3 p.m., Cologne): MagentaTV
Spain – Croatia 3:0 (6 p.m., Berlin): ARD and MagentaTV
Italy – Albania 2:1 (9pm, Dortmund): ARD and MagentaTV

Sunday, 16 June 2024
Poland – Netherlands 1:2 (3 p.m., Hamburg): RTL and MagentaTV
Slovenia – Denmark 1:1 (6 p.m., Stuttgart): ZDF and MagentaTV
Serbia – England 0:1 (9pm, Gelsenkirchen): ZDF and MagentaTV

Monday, 17 June 2024
Romania – Ukraine 3:0 (3 p.m., Munich): RTL and MagentaTV
Belgium – Slovakia 0:1 (6 p.m., Frankfurt): ZDF and MagentaTV
Austria – France 0:1 (9pm, Dusseldorf): ARD and MagentaTV

Tuesday, 18 June 2024
Türkiye – Georgia 3:1 (6 p.m., Dortmund): RTL and MagentaTV
Portugal – Czech Republic 2:1 (9pm, Leipzig): ARD and MagentaTV

The 2nd European Championship matchday of the preliminary round (19.06.-22.06.)

Wednesday, 19 June 2024
Croatia – Albania 2:2 (3 p.m., Hamburg): RTL and MagentaTV
Germany – Hungary 2:0 (6 p.m., Stuttgart): ARD and MagentaTV
Scotland – Switzerland 1:1 (9pm, Cologne): ARD and MagentaTV

Thursday, 20 June 2024
Slovenia – Serbia 1:1 (3 p.m., Munich): RTL and MagentaTV
Denmark – England 1:1 (6pm, France):ZDF and MagentaTV
Spain – Italy 1:0 (9pm Gelsenkirchen): ZDF and MagentaTV

Friday, 21 June 2024
Slovakia – Ukraine1:2 (3 p.m., Dusseldorf): MagentaTV
Poland – Austria 1:3 (6 p.m., Berlin): ARD and MagentaTV
Netherlands – France 0:0 (9pm, Leipzig): ARD and MagentaTV

Saturday, 22 June 2024
Georgia – Czech Republic 1:1 (3 p.m., Hamburg): RTL and MagentaTV
Türkiye – Portugal 0:3 (6 p.m., Dortmund): ZDF and MagentaTV
Belgium – Romania 2:0 (9pm, Cologne): ZDF and MagentaTV

The 3rd European Championship matchday of the preliminary round (23.06.-26.06.)

Sunday, 23 June 2024
Switzerland – Germany 1:1 (9pm, Frankfurt): ARD and MagentaTV
Scotland – Hungary 0:1 (9pm, Stuttgart): MagentaTV

Monday, 24 June 2024
Albania – Spain 0:1 (9pm, Dusseldorf): RTL and MagentaTV
Croatia – Italy 1:1 (9pm, Leipzig): ZDF and MagentaTV

Tuesday, 25 June 2024
France – Poland 1:1 (6 p.m., Dortmund): ZDF and MagentaTV
Netherlands – Austria 2:3 (6 p.m., Berlin): RTL and MagentaTV
Denmark – Serbia 0:0 (9pm, Munich): ZDFand MagentaTV
England – Slovenia 0:0 (9pm, Cologne): ZDFand MagentaTV

Wednesday, 26 June 2024
Slovakia – Romania 1:1 (6 p.m., Frankfurt): ARD and MagentaTV
Ukraine – Belgium 0:0 (6 p.m., Stuttgart): RTL and MagentaTV
Georgia – Portugal 2:0 (9pm, Gelsenkirchen): RTL and MagentaTV
Czech Republic – Türkiye 1:2 (9pm, Hamburg): ARD and MagentaTV

The European Championship round of 16 (29.06.-02.07.)

Saturday, June 29, 2024
Switzerland – Italy 2:0 (6 p.m., Berlin): RTL and MagentaTV
Germany – Denmark 2:0 (9pm, Dortmund): ZDF and MagentaTV

Sunday, June 30, 2024
England – Slovakia 2:1 (6 p.m., Gelsenkirchen): ZDF and MagentaTV
Spain – Georgia 4:1 (9pm, Cologne): ARD and MagentaTV

Monday, 01 July 2024
France – Belgium 1:0 (6 p.m., Dusseldorf): ZDF and MagentaTV
Portugal – Slovenia 3:0 (9pm, Frankfurt): ARD and MagentaTV

Tuesday, 02 July 2024
Romania – Netherlands 0:3 (6 p.m., Munich): ARD and MagentaTV
Austria – Türkiye 1:2 (9pm, Leipzig): MagentaTV

The European Championship quarter-finals (05.07.-06.07.)

Friday, 05 July 2024
Spain – Germany (6 p.m., Stuttgart): ARD and MagentaTV
Portugal – France (9pm, Hamburg): ZDF and MagentaTV

Saturday, 06 July 2024
England – Switzerland (6 p.m., Dusseldorf): ZDF and MagentaTV
Netherlands – Türkiye (9pm, Berlin): RTL and MagentaTV

The European Championship semi-finals (09.07.-10.07.)

Tuesday, 09 July 2024
Winner VF 1 – Winner VF 2 (9pm, Munich): ARD or ZDF and MagentaTV

Wednesday, July 10, 2024
Winner VF 3 – Winner VF 4 (9pm, Dortmund): ARD or ZDF and MagentaTV

The European Championship final (14.07.)

Sunday, July 14, 2024
Winner HF 1 – Winner HF 2 (9pm, Berlin): ARD and MagentaTV

Not all broadcast locations for the individual matches of the Euro 2024 are known yet; this list will be continuously updated.

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Source: Stern

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