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How to watch the Euro 2024 final on TV in Denmark

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How to watch the Euro 2024 final on TV in Denmark
England's head coach Gareth Southgate celebrates as England beat the Netherlands in the Euro 2024 semi final. Photo by Odd ANDERSEN / AFP

Are you in Denmark during this year’s Euro 2024 final? From streaming to fan zones, here’s how you can watch the big match.


The UEFA Euro 2024 tournament kicked off in Germany a month ago on June 14th, with 24 teams vying for the title currently held by Italy. Now the final showpiece is almost upon us, with England facing Spain on Sunday at 9pm in a hugely anticipated contest.

All of the tournament's matches were shown by one of Denmark’s two main broadcasters, TV2 and DR, and the final will be shown by TV2 -- if you're watching from home in Denmark, this is the channel you'll need.

TV2 can be viewed using the channel’s streaming platform TV2 Play. 

Depending on how much access you want, you can choose between various TV2 Play subscription packages. The basic package starts at a very reasonable 69 kroner per month -- and will give you access to the final coverage. More information can be found via TV2 Play here.


England v Spain: Sunday July 14th at 9pm on TV2


You could also choose to go out to take in the games. It’s common in most medium to large towns across Denmark for sports bars or pubs to show football matches, especially international matches and tournaments involving Denmark.

There will also be big screens set up in some cities where you will be able to watch matches.

In Copenhagen, a big screen will show matches on the grassy section of Islands Brygge, the Amager side of Copenhagen Harbour. This is where TV2’s live studio will be located during the tournament.

There will also be a big screen at the Pavillon Beer Garden in Fælledparken, the large park in the Østerbro district which neighbours the national football stadium, Parken.

If you’re in Aarhus, it’s worth taking in at least one match at the fanzone at Aarhus Harbour. There is a large capacity, food and drink stands and activities for kids, as well as DR’s studio for the tournament. The Herman Sallings Plads location has been a popular choice for fans in Aarhus during past tournaments.



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