This year’s EUFA Championship will be staged from the opener on 11 June right up until the Final on 11 July, when the top two European nation’s battle for the ultimate prize, and a chance to engrave their country’s name on the Henri Delaunay Cup.
The Euro 2016 will be held across France, and there will be great expectations on the hosts, as well as traditional powers Germany and Spain. Spain are the defending title holders but were knocked out in the round 16 so a new champ will emerge, and you won’t miss a minute of the live action when combining the best of Free to Air coverage with a Trial offer from beIN Sports with Foxtel.
Euro 2016 Finals Preview
The EUFA Championship is the pinnacle of European football competition, with the top twenty-four nations divided into six groups, and competing over four intense weeks to reach the Final on July 11 (AEST). Euro 2016, the 15th edition of this exciting event, promises to be one of the best yet and will be played in France at several cities and towns across the tournament, with the major stadium of course being the Stade de France in Paris.
Host nation France looks the hardest sides to beat here in Euro 2016 Finals and will enter with much momentum. France will play the surprise packet of the tournament, a confident Portugal side that dispensed a stubborn Wales team 2-0 to advance. France will be looking for their record tying third European Championship, and their second on home soil. Standing in their path is a determined Portugal side, who has been to the Finals once before (2004), where they lost 1-0 to Greece in their home city of Lisbon. France is favoured, but don’t look for Portugal to be intimidated as they have nothing to lose and only history to gain.
Euro 2016 – Every Match Live
Fortunately for Australian fans all fifty-one matches of the championship will be available on Live television, including eight contests of the Euro 2016 on Free to Air (SBS and SBS HD). The eight live SBS contests will include two during Group play, five matches of the Knockout stage and the Final on 11 July. The SBS network will also broadcast four contests on a delay, Sunday 12 June, Sunday 19 June, Sunday 26 June and Sunday 3 July, all at 5:30 pm, with tournament highlights to be shown on select days.
All eight contests on Free to Air TV, as well as the additional forty-three matches not being shown on SBS are available live on beIN Sports through Foxtel, and can be watched using the 2 week Free TV Trial shown below. This includes match replays on beIN 1 and beIN 2 through-out.
Euro 2016 Final Live TV Time
Monday 11 July: Portugal vs France 5:00 am (beIN 1)
Euro 2016 Finals Replays
Monday 11 July: 11:00 am (beIN 2), 4:00 pm (beIN 1), 9:00 pm (beIN 1)
All events shown as Sydney time, adjust for regional differences. SBS does not offer Euro 2016 replays, but beIN Sports on Foxtel will provide a full replay of the day’s games often within hours of completion.
Euro 2016 Live Streaming and a Free Trial
There will be eight matches of the 2016 Euro on Free to Air TV, while beIN Sports on Foxtel will broadcast all 51 games Live, in HD, and with limited ad-breaks, as well as full Replays through-out starting with the opener on June 11 and finishing with the Final on July 11.
So if you’re a resident of Australia you may wish to compliment the SBS coverage with the Foxtel Play Free live TV trial located below, which will broadcast all 51 EUFA Euro matches and other popular sports such as the Copa America online*, as well as offering live Euro 2016 streaming to eligible mobile devices using the Foxtel Go app.
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