The 15th edition of the European Championship finals is upon us and it will be hosted two time victor France. It is going to be the third time the French will be sponsoring the tournament, but it’s the very first time that 24 teams will be participating in the Euros rather than 16, that has been the standard since it was hosted by England in 1996.
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Spain come into the tournament as the defending champions having won it back to back in 2012 and 2008. The Les Blues, nevertheless, are the favourites to lift the trophy and emulate the French team. Germany are second favourites with England, Spain and Belgium. You can watch it abroad in German ZDF for free.
You will find five debutants in the contest in the type of Albania, Slovakia, Wales, Northern Ireland and Iceland. The tournament will be held in France, but it’ll be broadcast live all across the world on on-line, TV and mobile platforms. IBTimes UK has compiled an inventory of broadcasters from around the world. Here is a list of the games.
Besides the opening day matches aired during the group stages with the first match beginning at 2pm BST. While the closing match of the day will be at 8pm BST the second will be at 5pm BST.