VTV announces broadcasting rights for UEFA Euro 2020
The Union of European Football Associations has given VTV the exclusive licence for both television, radio and streaming services.
VTV has asked all other firms that want to broadcast or use images and materials of the final round of the tournament to work with them beforehand.
The 2020 European Championship will be held from June 12 to July 12, 2020. The opening match will be played at the Olimpico Stadium in Rome, Italy.
For the first time, no team will automatically qualify as the host country for the tournament. This time, all 12 teams from the host associations will take turn hosting the tournament in 12 cities in Europe. This also means no team will be exempted from participating in qualifying matches.
55 UEFA national teams will compete in the qualifying round for the 24 places at the finals.
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