The European Football Championships (Euro Cup 2020) will start on June 12 (Saturday). All Euro Cup matches are broadcast live on India’s Sony Pictures Sports Network (SPSN). Sony Pictures Sports Network will broadcast Euro 2020 in six Indian languages - English, Hindi, Bengali, Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam. Euro 2020 will be held in 11 cities across Europe. The 24 best teams will participate. Football fans in India will be able to watch the action live on Sony Ten 2, Sony Ten 3, Sony Six and Sony Ten 4 channels and will be streamed live on Sony LIV.
Euro 2020 SPSN’s new regional language sports channel will be broadcast on Sony TEN 4. It will be available in Tamil and Telugu in the southern states of Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, India. The channel has been launched in line with SPSN’s commitment to promoting multi-sport culture in the country and providing fans an unparalleled experience of their favorite sports. SPSN has surrounded actor Rana Daggubati to promote the channel and promote WWE programming in Tamil and Telugu.
Apart from the broadcast of the Euro Cup 2020, there will also be a live football show ‘Football Extra’. It will be narrated by famous faces Manas Singh and Arpit Sharma. Panelists include former international footballers Lewis Saha, Lewis Garcia, Don Hutchison, David James, Terry Phelan, Mark Seagraves, Ashley Westwood and Geoffrey Mateo. He will be accompanied by the best Indian legend Baichung Bhutia, who has shook the football field, as well as current superstars like Indian captain Sunil Hetri, Gurpreet Singh Sandhu, Sandesh Jingan and Robin Singh.
Covered in many languages, the tournament is accessible to a large Indian audience and is commented on by one of the country’s largest football commentators. As part of the presenting committee, Manish Batavia, Atish Tukral, Raman Bhanot and Sunil Taneja will be interpreting in Hindi while Pradeep Roy, Pallab Basu Malik, Debjit Ghosh and Kaushik Varun will be interpreting in Bengali. Pradeep Krishna M., Sudheer Srinivasan, Abhishek Raja and Nallappan Mohanraj will be interpreting in Tamil while Sandeep Kumar B., Sudheer Mahavadi, Joseph Antony and Norman Swarup Isaac will be interpreting in Telugu. A Malayalam commentary by Shyju Damodaran, Jopal Ancheri, Eldho Paul Putussery and Binish Kiran will also be available. Rome’s Studio Olympico will host the opening match on June 12, with the finals scheduled for July 12 at London’s famous Wembley Stadium.