Germany – Scotland at Euro 2024: at what time and on which channel to follow the opening ceremony and the match?

Germany – Scotland at Euro 2024: at what time and on which channel to follow the opening ceremony and the match?
Germany – Scotland at Euro 2024: at what time and on which channel to follow the opening ceremony and the match?

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The European Championship begins this Friday, June 14 in Munich where an opening ceremony is planned before the inaugural meeting with the host country.

Let’s go for Euro 2024! Germany is hosting the 17th edition of the competition. The first match will be against Germany against Scotland at the Allianz Arena in Munich in front of more than 75,000 spectators.

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The organizers thought big with an opening ceremony just before the start of the meeting. Organized by UEFA, the show promises to be breathtaking with the soundtrack of the Euro anthem “Fire” composed by One Republic, Meduza and Leony. A tribute to Franz Beckenbauer is also planned.

The ceremony will begin around 8:40 p.m. and will be broadcast on TF1 and beIN Sports and live with commentary on the La Dépêche du Midi website.

As for the match between Germany and Scotland, both teams will have the chance to start the competition. Both are in Group A with Switzerland and Hungary.

The Germans, led by coach Julian Nagelsmann, will be keen to show their strength and ambitions in front of their home crowd. While the former glories of the Mannschaft will take the Euro trophy before the start of the match, Thomas Muller’s teammates have the heavy responsibility of starting the competition well.

Facing them, the Scots advance into the lions’ den at the Allianz Arena with little appetite but a lot of excitement. They will have nothing to lose and can aim for a resounding feat which could allow them to dream in this group A.

The meeting can be followed from 9 p.m. on TF1 and beIN Sports and live with commentary on the La Dépêche du Midi website.

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