We are entering the development of the second phase of the European competition, in what has to do with a competition that is leaving a great popular appreciation of the football fans. Without further ado, France and Switzerland will meet this Monday, June 28 from the National Arena in Bucharest, Romania, for the round of 16 of the European Championship. The commitment, which can be followed from South America and other corners of the planet through TV channels, will provide a ticket to the next round of the competition.
The Gauls prevailed in one of the most complex areas and ended up as Group F leaders, ahead of Germany, Portugal and Hungary. With Kylian Mbappé, Antoine Griezmann and Karim Benzema as flags on the playing field, the cast led by Didier Deschamps intends to once again be the protagonist of the tournament, where he was runner-up in the last edition.
The Navajos, meanwhile, finished behind Italy and Wales in Group A. Consequently, the team led by Vladimir Petkovic advanced to the next instance of the continental competition as one of the best third parties and equaled their best participation in history of the Euro. Now, he will try to hit the table to get a place in the quarterfinals.
France vs Suiza, Euro 2021: How to watch it live in Television?
Spain: 9:00 PM by Cuatro, Mitele.es y ARD Das Erste (M+ Astra)
Argentina: 4:00 PM by DirecTV Sports, DirecTV GO y TNT Sports
Brazil: 4:00 PM by SporTV
Uruguay: 4:00 PM by DirecTV Sports y DirecTV GO
Bolivia: 3:00 PM by Tigo Sports
Paraguay: 3:00 PM by Tigo Sports
Chile: 3:00 PM by DirecTV Sports, DirecTV GO, TNT Sports HD, TNT Sports 3HD, TNT Sports 2 y Estadio TNT Sports
Venezuela: 3:00 PM by DirecTV Sports y DirecTV GO
Colombia: 2:00 PM by DirecTV Sports, DirecTV GO y Win Sports +
Ecuador: 2:00 PM by DirecTV Sports, DirecTV GO y Ecuador TV
Perú: 2:00 PM by DirecTV Sports y DirecTV GO
Mexico: 2:00 PM by SKY Sports
United States: 11:00 PM / 12:00 ET por ESPN, ESPN +, TUDN y Univision
Belgium vs Portugal, Euro 2021: Where do it take place?
The match between France vs. Switzerland will take place this Monday, June 28, at the National Arena in Bucharest, Romania.