Due to the pandemic, Euro 2020 was postponed last year to 2021, again, it always keeps the same numbering. Yes, now that La Liga is over you are waiting for the Eurocup to start and you don’t want to miss any game, be it Europe or other European teams, your best bet is to use our calendar.
But of course, We are not going to point on the calendar, one by one, all the matches of Euro 2020. The best way to do this is through the link that I leave below. This link indicates the day and time of all matches that will take place between June 11 and July 11 between the 24 European teams that will compete against each other across 11 venues.
The calendar is updated automatically with the teams that are ranked, so we have nothing to do on our part, just wait for the corresponding notification and tune to the channel where they will be broadcast.
To add Eurocopa 2020 calendar to our iPhone, iPad or iMac, we need to follow the detailed steps below.
- First of all, we have to visit this link.
- Next, among all the options that are displayed, we need to select Apple iCal. Instead of opening the Calendar app, we will get a web notification prompting us to Add Calendar Subscription, a notification in which we need to press OK.
If we are performing this process from a MacBy clicking on the link, a message will automatically appear inviting us to open the calendar application. When confirming this request, the Calendar app will open with a confirmation window with the URL of the calendar and where we need to press Subscribe.
Then we have to enter calendar name, select the iCloud location (so that it syncs with all devices), and verify that the update rate is turned on.
Where to watch Euro 2020
The Mediaset group (Telecinco and Cuatro) will allow us to see all the Eurocup matches which take place from June 11 to July 11 open and live.