ESPN will air Women’s Euros final on flagship channel

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Those planning to watch the upcoming UEFA European Women’s Championship need look no further than ESPN.

More than 75 hours of the tournament will be broadcast across ESPN’s family of networks, with the championship match at Wembley Stadium to air on ESPN and ESPN+ on July 31 at 11:30 a.m. ET.

ESPN’s main network will air the final and one other match. The opening match on July 6 between England and Austria will air on ESPNU and ESPN2. ESPN2 will air 21 of the tournament’s matches while ESPN+ will provide exclusive streaming coverage of eight of the games.

There will also be studio coverage of the tournament, including daily highlights, updates and analysis on ESPN FC.

Plenty of buzz surrounds this summer’s European Championships. The final at Wembley is already sold out, as are several other matches.