Classic matches from the Champions League, Europa League and European Championships will be available to watch on the UEFA website from today, Wednesday April 1.
Elsewhere today, UEFA officials are set to meet in order to discuss a possible resolution on how and where to complete the ongoing 2019/2020 campaign. It has already been confirmed last month that this year’s UEFA Euro 2020 will be rearranged until next summer.
In the meantime, UEFA are giving some reason for fans to cheer by broadcasting classic UEFA football matches from years gone by, in their entirety, here on their website.
Among the matches that are already available are Turkey’s comeback win over Czech Republic in Euro 2008, Liverpool’s Europa League revival over Dortmund from 2016 and Barcelona’s dramatic 6-1 demolition of Paris Saint-Germain a year later having previously lost the first leg 4-0.
Dozens more games are scheduled to go up later today and beyond. Those promised include England’s opening group game match against France in Euro 2004, one of England’s best ever tournament performances against the Netherlands from Euro ’96 and the ‘original’ Ronaldo, El Fenomeno’s destruction of Manchester United at Old Trafford in 02/03 Champions League.
Games involving Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham in Europe could also feature.
To access the games, users will need to register. You can do so by entering your details (or logging in by using your Facebook or Twitter account) at www.uefa.tv. All games will be free of charge and you’re also free to opt out of any marketing newsletters.
UEFA TV is also available as an app which you can download to your Amazon Fire TV or your Android TV.
On the subject of football coverage, don’t forget that if you’re a registered Sky Sports or Virgin Media subscriber, you can pause your Sky Sports subscriptions by signing into your account on their respective websites, if you haven’t done so already.
Sky Sports customers go to www.sky.com/pauseskysports. Virgin Media…