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Euro 2021: What Euro 2020 matches are today, Tuesday, June 29? Kick-off times and where to watch England vs Germany and Sweden vs Ukraine

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SUBWAY.The Euro 2020 matches of the day were two of the best in tournament history, as both matches went into overtime and the Swiss defeated France on penalties. This Tuesday, arguably we have the clash of the last 16 to look forward to as well as England assume Germany to Wembley.

Later, we also have Sweden vs. Ukraine as they battle for a place in the quarterfinals of this summer’s European Championship.

Here, we have all the details you need on how to watch these two final round of 16 matches.

What are the start times for today’s Euro 2020 matches?

The first game this Tuesday night is the England vs Germany game in Wembley. It will start at 18:00 CEST, which is 17:00 BST for fans in the UK. For those watching from the East Coast of the United States, it is 12:00 EDT.

The late start time of 21:00 CEST, or 20:00 BST or 15:00 EDT, then go Sweden meet up Ukraine. That meeting is also in the UK, and will take place in Hampden Park in Glasgow.

  • June 29 at 18:00 CEST: England v Germany, Wembley
  • June 29 at 9:00 p.m. PDT: Sweden vs Ukraine, Hampden Park

Where to watch England vs Germany and Sweden vs Ukraine

For fans tuning in to the action of Euro 2020 this Tuesday night in the UK, both matches will be broadcast on the BBC. Fans can tune in to BBC One on television or stream online via the BBC iPlayer.

Meanwhile, in the US, ESPN has the rights for Euro 2020 and they will show both games on their channels and platforms.

In Spain, Cuatro will show the early start of England vs Germany and then TeleCinco will have the postgame of Sweden vs Ukraine.

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