The Euros are back. Here’s how you can watch Euro 2024 in the UK, the US, India, Australia, Canada, Germany, France, Spain, and Italy.

Akhil Arora, an avid football viewer who has been writing about the UEFA European Championship since 2012. He has reported live from Wembley and Wimbledon.

UEFA Euro 2024 logo
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Eighteen years on from the 2006 FIFA World Cup, Germany is playing host once again to a major football tournament. Twenty-four teams are in contention for Euro 2024—including defending champions Italy, World Cup runner-up France, Euro 2020 runner-up England, and the likes of Spain, Croatia, Portugal, and Netherlands—which will be spread across a full month. Of the 10 cities hosting Euro 2024, nine were used in that World Cup: Berlin, Cologne, Dortmund, Frankfurt, Gelsenkirchen, Hamburg, Leipzig, Munich, and Stuttgart. The only new one is Düsseldorf, previously one of the stages in the 1988 Euros and the 1974 World Cup. Thanks to Germany’s love for football, even the smallest stadium can seat 46,200 spectators.

Of course, there will be a lot more people tuning into Euro 2024 through their TV sets. A total of 51 matches will be played, starting with 36 group stage fixtures and followed by 14 knockout games before culminating in the final on July 14. With the tournament kicking off June 14, let’s look at where you can watch Euro 2024 on TV and streaming around the world.

Where to watch Euro 2024 in the UK

The 51 matches of Euro 2024 will be split between BBC and ITV who have shared rights to this year’s European Championship. You can stream it on BBC iPlayer or ITVX.

England’s group stage fixtures will be live as follows: vs. Serbia (June 16) on BBC, vs. Denmark (June 20) on BBC, and vs. Slovenia (June 25) on ITV.

Scotland’s group games are as follows: vs. Germany (June 14) on ITV, vs. Switzerland (June 19) on BBC, and vs. Hungary (June 23) on BBC.

Where to watch Euro 2024 live in Ireland

Football fans in Ireland can watch every game from Euro 2024 on RTÉ Player.

On TV, Euro 2024 will be live on RTÉ 2 in Ireland.

Where to watch Euro 2024 in the US

The European Championships will be live on Fox Sports on TV.

You can stream Euro 2024 on Fubo in the United States.

Where to watch the Euros in Canada

CTV and TVA Sports share the broadcasting rights for Euro 2024 in Canada.

You can watch it on their respective cable TV channels. Or you can stream it on CTV or TVA Sports Direct.

The commentary will be in English on CTV and in French on TVA Sports.

Where to watch Euro 2024 in Germany

You can stream all 51 matches from Euro 2024 on MagentaTV with a subscription.

In the host nation, free-to-air public broadcasters ARD and ZDF have rights to 34 matches.

Meanwhile, fellow free-to-air network RTL will show 12 games on RTL channel and RTL+.

Germany kicks off the tournament against Scotland on June 14 in Munich, which will be followed by games against Hungary on June 19 in Stuttgart and Switzerland on June 23 in Frankfurt.

Where to watch Euro 2024 live in France

You can stream Euro 2024 on M6 and free-to-air TF1+ in France. On TV, matches will be live on TF1 and beIN Sports.

France’s European Championship starts on June 17 in Düsseldorf versus Austria.

They will then go to Leipzig for the game against the Netherlands on June 21.

The final group stage fixture for France is against Poland in Dortmund on June 25.

Where to watch Euro 2024 in Italy

A total of 30 games—including all of Italy’s matches—will be broadcast for free on Rai 1 on TV. You can stream Euro 2024 for free via RaiPlay.

To get full access to the 51 matches, you will need a Sky subscription—then you can watch it via NOW or Sky Go.

Italy’s defence of the Coupe Henri Delaunay begins in Dortmund on June 15 against Albania. They will then play Spain on June 20 in Gelsenkirchen and finish the group stages against Croatia on June 24 in Leipzig.

Where to watch Euro 2024 live in Spain

After 20 years, the European Championship is back on RTVE on TV. All of Spain’s matches will be shown for free. You can stream Euro 2024 in Spain on RTVE Play.

Spain kick off their Euro 2024 campaign against Croatia on June 15 in Berlin. Their next match is against Italy on June 20 in Gelsenkirchen, followed by the third and final group stage fixture against Albania on June 24 in Düsseldorf.

Where to watch Euro 2024 in Türkiye

The European Championship will be broadcast on TRT 1 and TRT Spor. You can stream it on Tabii and TRT’s digital platform.

Türkiye’s group stage matches are on June 18 (vs. Georgia) in Dortmund, June 22 (vs. Portugal) again in Dortmund, and June 26 (vs. Czechia) in Hamburg.

How to watch the Euros in the Middle East

For football fans in Egypt, Iran, UAE, Bahrain, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia, beIN Sports is where the Euro 2024 action will be.

You can stream the European Championships on beIN Connect.

Wondering which beIN channel the match is on? Check out the TV guide on the beIN Sports website.

How to watch Euro 2024 in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh

Sony has the rights to the European Championship in the Indian subcontinent. You can stream Euro 2024 on SonyLIV.

On TV, Sony Ten Sports will showcase Euro 2024 in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, Bhutan, Nepal, and Maldives.

Where to watch Euro 2024 in Australia

All 51 matches from the European Championships will be live on Optus Sport.

You will need a subscription to watch Euro 2024 in Australia.

Where to watch the Euros in New Zealand

You can stream the whole of Euro 2024 on TVNZ+.

TVNZ Duke also has the rights to 12 matches, including the opening game on June 15 between Germany and Scotland.

Where to watch Euro 2024 live in Africa

In 50 territories across Africa, SuperSport is the destination for Euro 2024.

You can watch every match on the dedicated SS Euro 2024 channel available via DStv and GOtv. Or you can stream it on DStv Stream.

Wondering what channel the match is on? Check out the TV schedule on the SuperSport website.

The list of 50 territories includes Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, Angola, Cameroon, Congo, Chad, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Ivory Coast, Mali, Namibia, Senegal, Uganda, and Zimbabwe.

Everywhere else

What about the rest of the world? If your region hasn’t been covered above, head to the UEFA website to discover the full list of broadcast partners.

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