How to Watch Euro Cup 2020 in Australia

Last updated: June 4, 2021

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If you are a football fan like us, there is excellent news for you. It is finally confirmed that UEFA Euro Cup 2020, postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic last year, will be held this year from June 11, 2021, to July 11, 2021, in different European countries.

Read this guide in detail to know how you can watch UEFA Euro Cup 2020 in Australia.

Streaming options to watch Euro Cup in Australia

Unfortunately, you cannot rely on different streaming services when watching UEFA Euro Cup 2020 live and on-demand coverage in Australia. Optus Sport is the only official broadcaster of the Euro Cup 2020 championship within Australian territory.

Optus Sport

If you want to use Optus Sport in Australia, you will have to get its monthly subscription plan first. For that reason, you will need to pay $14.99 per month.

Similarly, you will have to pay $139.99 per year to use its yearly subscription plan accordingly. In case you are an Optus customer, you can use the service free of cost on Optus NBN plans.

Likewise, you can use stream Optus Sport free through Medium, Large, Extra Large, and one (1) postpaid phone package.

If you are not an Optus customer and want to use Optus Sport on your iOS or Android devices, here is what you should do:

  • Search Optus Sport in the App Store or Google Play Store
  • Download the Optus Sport App
  • Open the Optus Sport App and click Sign up
  • Provide your email address, click next
  • Confirm the verification process on your mobile by entering your mobile number, click Next
  • You will receive a 6-digit code
  • Enter the code and click Verify my mobile
  • Provide other details as needed, click Next
  • Set a password, click Create my account
  • Confirm your subscription and payment too
  • Congrats, you can watch Optus Sport now on your mobile devices once your account is created successfully

How to Access Euro Cup if you have to leave Australia at any point

In case you have to move from Australia to any other country during the Euro Cup 2020 tournament for any reason, we have got you covered. In this situation, you will have to rely on a premium VPN service quite heavily.

When you use a VPN service, it masks your actual IP address with an alternate IP address. This way, you can spoof your online locations easily. As a result, you can unblock Optus Sport from overseas hassle-free.

If you want to access the live and on-demand coverage of Euro Cup 2020 outside Australia, follow these simple steps as mentioned below:

  • Subscribe to a VPN service like ExpressVPN (our recommended choice)
  • Choose your desired pricing plan but we recommend you to go with its 12 months + 3 months free package

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  • Download the VPN app on your devices like Windows, Mac, Android, or iOS
  • Login to your ExpressVPN account with your credentials

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  • Connect to any Australian server from the list of servers

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  • Open the official website or Optus Sport app, login to your account, and start watching UEFA Euro Cup 2020 straightaway

UEFA Euro 2021 Fixtures and Schedule

Here are the complete lists of Euro 2021 fixtures and schedule including venues and host countries:

Venues and Hosts

Here you can find the list that includes countries and their respective stadiums hosting the grand event of the year 2021:

  • Amsterdam (Netherlands) – Johan Cruyff Arena
  • Baku (Azerbaijan) – Olympic Stadium
  • Bilbao (Spain) – San Mames
  • Bucharest (Romania) – Arena National
  • Budapest (Hungary) – Puskas Arena
  • Copenhagen (Denmark) – Parken Stadium
  • Glasgow (Scotland) – Hampden Park
  • London (England) – Wembley Stadium
  • Munich (Germany) – Allianz Arena
  • Rome (Italy) – Stadio Olimpico
  • Saint Petersburg (Russia) – Krestovsky Stadium

Groups and Teams

Group A

  1. Switzerland
  2. Turkey
  3. Wales
  4. Italy

Group B

  1. Belgium
  2. Denmark
  3. Finland
  4. Russia

Group C

  1. Austria
  2. Netherlands
  3. North Macedonia
  4. Ukraine

Group D

  1. Croatia
  2. Czech Republic
  3. England
  4. Scotland

Group E

  1. Slovakia
  2. Spain
  3. Sweden
  4. Poland

Group F

  1. France
  2. Germany
  3. Hungary
  4. Portugal

Full Match Schedule

Friday, June 11

  • 03:00 pm EDT    Turkey vs. Italy

Saturday, June 12

  • 09:00 am EDT    Wales vs. Switzerland
  • 12:00 pm EDT    Denmark vs. Finland
  • 03:00 pm EDT    Belgium vs. Russia

Sunday, June 13

  • 09:00 am EDT    England vs. Croatia
  • 12:00 pm EDT    Austria vs. North Macedonia
  • 03:00 pm EDT    Netherlands vs. Ukraine

Monday, June 14

  • 09:00 am EDT    Scotland vs. Czech Republic
  • 12:00 pm EDT    Poland vs. Slovakia
  • 03:00 pm EDT    Spain vs. Sweden

Tuesday, June 15

  • 12:00 pm EDT    Hungary vs. Portugal
  • 03:00 pm EDT    France vs. Germany

Wednesday, June 16

  • 09:00 am EDT    Finland vs. Russia
  • 12:00 pm EDT    Turkey vs. Wales
  • 03:00 pm EDT    Italy vs. Switzerland

Thursday, June 17

  • 09:00 am EDT    Ukraine vs. North Macedonia
  • 12:00 pm EDT    Denmark vs. Belgium
  • 03:00 pm EDT    Netherlands vs. Austria

Friday, June 18

  • 09:00 am EDT    Sweden vs. Slovakia
  • 12:00 pm EDT    Croatia vs. Czech Republic
  • 03:00 pm EDT    England vs. Scotland

Saturday, June 19

  • 09:00 am EDT    Hungary vs. France
  • 12:00 pm EDT    Portugal vs. Germany
  • 03:00 pm EDT    Spain vs. Poland

Sunday, June 20

  • 03:00 pm EDT    Switzerland vs. Turkey
  • 03:00 pm EDT    Italy vs. Wales

Monday, June 21

  • 12:00 pm EDT    North Macedonia vs. Netherlands
  • 12:00 pm EDT    Ukraine vs. Austria
  • 03:00 pm EDT    Russia vs. Denmark
  • 03:00 pm EDT    Finland vs. Belgium

Tuesday, June 22

  • 03:00 pm EDT    Czech Republic vs. England
  • 03:00 pm EDT    Croatia vs. Scotland

Wednesday, June 23

  • 12:00 pm EDT    Slovakia vs. Spain
  • 12:00 pm EDT    Sweden vs. Poland
  • 03:00 pm EDT    Portugal vs. France
  • 03:00 pm EDT    Germany vs. Hungary

Saturday, June 26, 2021

  • Group A second-place team vs. Group B second-place team (Round of 16), Noon
  • Group A winner vs. Group C second-place team (Round of 16), 3 pm,

Sunday, June 27, 2021

  • Group C winner vs. Group D, E or F third-place team (Round of 16), Noon
  • Group B winner vs. Group A, D, E, or F third-place team (Round of 16), 3 pm

Monday, June 28, 2021

  • Group D second-place team vs. Group E second-place team (Round of 16)
  • Group F winner vs. Group A, B, or C third-place team (Round of 16), 3 pm

Tuesday, June 29, 2021

  • Group D winner vs. Group F second-place team (Round of 16), Noon
  • Group E winner vs. Group A, B, C, or D third-place team (Round of 16), 3 pm

Friday, July 2, 2021

  • TBD vs. TBD (quarterfinal), Noon
  • TBD vs. TBD (quarterfinal), 3pm

Saturday, July 3, 2021

  • TBD vs. TBD (quarterfinal) Noon
  • TBD vs. TBD (quarterfinal), 3pm

Tuesday, July 6, 2021

  • TBD vs. TBD (semifinal), 3pm

Wednesday, July 7, 2021

  • TBD vs. TBD (semifinal), 3pm

Sunday, July 11, 2021

  • TBD vs. TBD (final), 3pm

FAQs

If you want to watch Euro Cup 2021, you will have to tune into Optus Sport. This is because the famous Australian sports broadcaster has obtained exclusive TV rights to telecast the popular sporting event in Australia.

You can stream Euro 2021 without any cost by using your official BBC iPlayer or ITV Player account. However, you will have to use a VPN to achieve your mission.

As far as qualified teams are concerned, different teams including England, Wales, Scotland, Portugal, France, Belgium, Germany, Italy, Spain, Finland, Austria, Netherlands, Poland, Croatia, Turkey, Czech Republic, Sweden, Slovakia, Switzerland, Hungary, Denmark, Russia, Ukraine, and North Macedonia have qualified for one of the most famous soccer events.

Similarly, England and France are two teams looking firm favorites to win UEFA Euro Cup 2020.


Wrapping Up

Summing up, watching All the matches of UEFA Euro Cup 2020 in Australia is not a big deal. Through our guide, you can watch all your favorite teams live in action competing against each other from June 11, 2021, to July 11, 2021, on your screens.

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