Days, channels, hours… The complete program of the Women’s Euro

Originally scheduled for 2021, the European Women’s Soccer Championship has been postponed by a year due to the Covid pandemic and the postponement of the European Men’s Championship and the Tokyo Olympics. The sixteen best European teams have met this summer from July 6th to 31st in England for what has been announced as an open and drawn tournament. In 2019, the FIFA Women’s World Cup, organized in France, achieved a real hit with the public, with unprecedented television viewership: between eight and eleven million viewers for the Les Bleues matches. For this reason, the broadcasters have decided to give this euro a very good exposure. The Canal+ Group holds the broadcasting rights for the entire tournament and will therefore broadcast the 31 matches of this 13th edition of the European Championship on its channels. For its part, the TF1 group will offer all the matches of Wendie Renard’s Bleues and in particular the six best posters of the group stage.

The Canal+ and TF1 device for the Women’s Euro

To bring this competition to life, Canal+ turned to its football-savvy journalists for its magazine Target Wembley : Hervé Mathoux, Eric Besnard, Gauthier Kuntzmann and Clément Gacheny. Xavier Giraudon, Anne-Laure Salvatico, Théo Douet, Salim Dib and Antony Tobelem will commentate on the matches. As for the consultants, subscribers to the encrypted channel will find Laure Boulleau, Jessica Houara-d’Hommeaux, Léa Le Garrec, Béatrice Kaboré, Fabrice Abriel and Jean-Luc Vassseur.
On the other hand, TF1 relies on Grégoire Margotton and Bixente Lizarazu to commentate on the games of the Bleues, followed in their daily life by the journalist Marine Marck (Téléfoot). The other encounters are deciphered by Sabrina Delannoy and Julien Maynard. After every game The mag of the euro will be back presented by Denis Brogniart with Camille Abily, Nadia Benmokhtar and Romain Balland.

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Day 1 of the group stage
Wednesday 6 July – Group A
21 clock:
England/Austria, broadcast on Canal+ and TMC
Thursday 7 July – Group A
21 clock:
Norway/Northern Ireland broadcast on Canal+ Sport
Friday 8 July – Group B
6 p.m.:
Spain/Finland broadcast on Canal+
21 clock: Germany/Denmark broadcast on Canal+ Sport and TMC
Saturday 9 July – Group C
6 p.m.:
Portugal/Switzerland, broadcast on Canal+
21 clock: Netherlands/Sweden broadcast on Canal+
Sunday 10 July – Group D
6 p.m.:
Belgium/Iceland, broadcast on Canal+
21 clock: France/Italy broadcast on TF1 and Canal+

Day 2 of the group stage
Monday 11 July – Group A
6 p.m.:
Austria/Northern Ireland broadcast on Canal+ Sport
21 clock: England/Norway, broadcast on Canal+ Sport and TMC
Tuesday 12 July – Group B
6 p.m.:
Denmark/Finland broadcast on Canal+ Sport
21 clock:
Germany/Spain, broadcast on Canal+ and TMC
Wednesday 13 July – Group C
6 p.m.:
Sweden/Switzerland, broadcast on Canal+ Sport
21 clock:
Netherlands/Portugal broadcast on Canal+ Sport
Thursday 14 July – Group D
6 p.m.:
Italy/Iceland broadcast on Canal+ Sport
9pm: France/Belgium, broadcast on TF1 and Canal+

Day 3 of the group stage
Friday 15 July – Group A
21 clock:
Northern Ireland/England broadcast on Canal+ Sport
21 clock:
Austria/Norway broadcast on Canal+ Décalé
Saturday 16 July – Group B
21 clock:
Finland/Germany, broadcast on Canal+
21 clock:
Denmark/Spain broadcast on Canal+ Sport
Sunday 17 July – Group C
6 p.m.:
Switzerland/Netherlands, broadcast on Canal+
6 p.m.:
Sweden/Portugal broadcast on Canal+ Sport
Monday 18 July – Group D
9pm: Iceland/France, broadcast on TF1 and Canal+
21 clock:
Italy/Belgium broadcast on Canal+ Sport

quarter finals
Wednesday July 20th
21 clock:
Group A winners – Group B runners-up (Quarterfinal 1), broadcast on Canal+ Sport and TF1 (subject to change)
Thursday 21st July
21 clock:
Group B winner – runner-up in Group A (Quarterfinal 2), broadcast on Canal+ Sport and TF1 (subject to change)
Friday 22 July
21 clock:
Group C winner – runner-up in Group D (Quarterfinal 3), broadcast on Canal+ and TF1 (subject to change)
Saturday 23rd July
21 clock:
Group D winner – runner-up in Group C (Quarterfinal 4), broadcast on Canal+ and TF1 (subject to change)

semifinals
Tuesday, July 26th
21 clock:
Winners of Quarterfinals 1 – Winners of Quarterfinals 3 (Semifinals 1), broadcast on TF1 and Canal+
Wednesday July 27th
21 clock:
Winners of Quarterfinals 2 – Winners of Quarterfinals 4 (Semifinals 2), broadcast on TF1 and Canal+

final
Sunday 31 July
6 p.m.:
Semi-final 1 winners – Semi-final 2 winners broadcast on TF1 and Canal+

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