UEFA Euro soccer games today: Times, TV schedule, scores for matches in USA

The Euro 2021 tournament is in its first full weekend of tripleheaders with three matches on both Saturday and Sunday.

After they watched Italy’s 3-0 thumping of Turkey in the tournament opener, Wales vs. Switzerland completed the first matchday of action in Group A.

The other two matches on Saturday feature all four Group B teams, including the world’s No. 1 side, Belgium, traveling to Russia to face the hosts. Will home-field advantage be a factor for Russia as it was for Italy on Day 1?

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Euro 2021 games today

Here’s the full schedule of Euro 2021 games today and tomorrow.

Saturday, June 12

Match Time TV channels Stream
Wales 1, Switzerland 1   Highlights  
Denmark vs. Finland 12 pm ET ESPN fuboTV , ESPN app, PrendeTV
Belgium vs. Russia 3 pm ET ABC fuboTV , ESPN app, ESPN3, PrendeTV

Sunday, June 13

Match Time TV channels Stream
England vs. Croatia 9 am ET ESPN fuboTV , ESPN app, PrendeTV
Austria vs. North Macedonia 12 pm ET ESPN fuboTV , ESPN app, PrendeTV
Netherlands vs. Ukraine 3 pm ET ESPN fuboTV , ESPN app, PrendeTV

The ABC and ESPN networks have English-language coverage of the tournament with half-hour pregame shows. In addition to daily studio programming and simulcasts of the semis and final, ESPN+ will carry a multi-feed second-screen experience for every game (aerial cam and two team cams).

Univision is providing Spanish-language coverage of the tournament via its free streaming platform PrendeTV (40 matches) and Univision and TUDN linear channels (11 matches).

You can watch all the ABC and ESPN coverage on fuboTV (free 7-day trial) .

Denmark vs. Finland preview

Finland is debuting in its first major tournament and hoping it can be one of the feel-good stories of Euro 2021. But the Finns haven’t won a game since last November and they’re in a tough Group B. Finland opens by facing a Denmark team that has only lost twice since Sept. 9, 2018, with both of those defeats coming against world No. 1 Belgium.

Especially since they’ll play all three of their group matches in the friendly confines of Copenhagen, many are tabbing the Danes as one of the potential darkhorse tournament winners (+2500 to win it, +900 to make the final). It’s also an opinion based on their roster: Denmark’s squad is mostly made up of pros who start for clubs in Germany, Spain, Italy and England.

This game is Denmark’s best chance to pad its goal difference in the jockeying for Group B positions against Belgium and Russia. The Danes won’t let it slip.

Odds & Prediction (Odds courtesy of DraftKings):

  • Denmark -1.5 Asian Handicap: +125
  • Prediction: Denmark 3-1

Belgium vs. Russia preview

How much will home field matter for Russia when they go up against the No. 1-ranked team in the world? The Russians have not exactly been tearing it up in international competition over the last two years and they also haven’t faced a Top 10 team in that time. The last time came against the same Belgium team in March 2019 and that ended in a 3-1 loss.

The Belgians didn’t even have Romelu Lukaku and Kevin De Bruyne available for that one and they’ll be missing the Manchester City man for the opener (facial fracture). But Belgium’s roster is famously stacked and the Red Devils should find a way to get the job done against a weaker Russian team than the one we saw at the 2018 World Cup.

The hard-nosed Russians will definitely make life difficult (and hope to nick a goal on a set piece), but they’re not on Belgium’s level. The cream will eventually rise in this one.

Odds & Prediction (Odds courtesy of DraftKings):

  • Belgium to score more than 1.5 goals: -103
  • Prediction: Belgium 2-0

Wales 1, Switzerland 1

In the first match of the day from Group A, Wales came from behind to secure a 1-1 draw against the favored Swiss.

It was Switzerland that took the lead through forward Breel Embolo, who headed home on a corner kick in the 49th minute. But big forward Kieffer Moore scored an equalizer on a header after a short corner in the 74th minute. The Swiss thought they had clinched a late winner through Mario Gavranovic, but his 85th minute strike was ruled offside by the VAR. 

Switzerland had plenty of opportunities in this one, but forward Haris Seferovic failed to convert on a few looks in the first half and Wales goalkeeper Danny Ward came up with several spectacular saves in the second.

Outside of their finishing issues, the Swiss allowed Wales back into the game when they ceded control of the match following the Embolo goal. Wales made them pay and a late Swiss flurry was not enough to come away with a win. Switzerland next takes on Italy and Wales meets Turkey in the second round of matches.

UEFA Euro soccer games today: Times, TV schedule, scores for matches in USA

By ariox