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

By | June 12, 2021

The Euro 2021 tournament is in its first full weekend of tripleheaders with another three matches on Sunday to follow Saturday’s tripleheader.

Sunday will see the debut of Group C and Group D, featuring the likes of powers like Croatia, England and the Netherlands. The latter two will be playing in front of their home crowds.

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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 0, Finland 1   Highlights  
Belgium 3, Russia 0      

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 0, Finland 1

An upset result at the Euros was overshadowed by the drama involving Denmark playmaker Christian Eriksen. The player suddenly collapsed on the field in the 43rd minute and players waved frantically for medical assistance.

The medics spent nearly 15 minutes tending to Eriksen and the footage at one point showed the staff using chest compressions as the stadium watched in horrified silence and players stood distraught and stunned.

Eriksen was eventually stabilized and transferred to a local hospital and the match resumed following a temporary suspension of the match. Finland scored in the 60th minute on a powerful header by forward Joel Pohjanpalo. The Danes were awarded a penalty in the 74th minute, but Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg saw his shot saved. The visitors held on for the surprise win.

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.