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OPTUS SPORT announces live coverage of every match at UEFA EURO 2024

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The countdown to UEFA EURO 2024™ is well and truly on, with 100 days until our live coverage begins ahead of kick off on June 15. 

Optus Sport is the official Australian broadcaster and the only place to watch every match live of UEFA EURO 2024™. That’s 51 matches, 24 competing nations, live only on Optus Sport. 

The eyes of the football world will be on Allianz Stadium in Munich on June 15 as host nation Germany take on Scotland in the tournament curtain-raiser.  

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The match is the start of a frenetic four weeks of football action, with 24 nations from across Europe vying for the Henri Delaunay Trophy – and Optus Sport will be delivering every kick and jaw-dropping moment to subscribers. 

Speaking on the announcement of the 100-day countdown to UEFA EURO 2024™, Howard Rees, Head of Optus Sport, said:

“The countdown to UEFA EURO 2024 is well and truly on and everyone at Optus Sport has June 15 circled on the calendars as the excitement starts to build.”

“Just one year on from the incredible FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023, we’re expecting fans of all nations competing – as well as casual football fans – to flock to Optus Sport to ensure they don’t miss a single kick of the action.”

“The tournament will bring together the biggest superstars from across 24 European countries as they vie for local supremacy.”

“The final of UEFA EURO 2020™ between England and Italy remains the most viewed football match in Optus Sport history, so we’re hoping to see more records smashed by the end of this tournament.”

“We’re excited to bring Optus Sport subscribers every moment, every kick, and every goal from every match – with extensive live coverage throughout the tournament, plus insights and analysis from the Optus Sport team, so you’ll never miss a moment.”  

With live and on demand coverage of every match, as well as analysis and preview and review shows, plus hosts stationed at their Sydney HQ as well as on the ground in Germany, subscribers will be treated to world-class, wall-to-wall coverage. 

Recently, Optus Sport was recognised for its extensive coverage of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ by being awarded Best Coverage of a Sporting Event at this year’s Australian Sports Commission (ASC) Media Awards. 

About Optus Sport: 

Watch the best players in the world live on Optus Sport – from Salah, Saka and De Bruyne in the Premier League, to Bellingham, Pedri, and Modric in LALIGA, and Aussie heroes Catley, Kennedy, and Fowler in the Barclays Women’s Super League.

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Watch every match Live or On-Demand and through your favourite device. Eligible Optus customers can enjoy an Optus Sport subscription for just $6.99/mth via Optus SubHub. Optus Sport subscriptions are also available for $24.99/mth. 

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Kyle Laidlaw
Kyle Laidlaw
An avid media enthusiast of more than 10 years, Kyle regularly follows all things TV related, both in Australia and overseas with a particular interest in local free-to-air scheduling and new show commissions.


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