The European Championship and Copa America are finally here, with Germany vs. Scotland, Spain vs. Croatia, Serbia vs. England, Austria vs. France, and Argentina vs. Canada comprising our list.

Top games to watch this week

Friday, June 14

Germany vs. Scotland

Argentina vs. Guatemala

El Salvador vs. Perú

Boca Juniors vs. Vélez Sarsfield

Talleres Córdoba vs. Platense

New York City vs. Columbus Crew

Saturday, June 15

Hungary vs. Switzerland

Spain vs. Croatia

Italy vs. Albania

Colombia vs. Bolivia

Philadelphia Unión vs. Inter Miami

Orlando City vs. Los Angeles FC

CF Montreal vs. Real Salt Lake

SJ Earthquakes vs. Cincinnati

Seattle Sounders vs. Minnesota United

RB Bragantino vs. Juventude

Unión Santa Fe vs. San Lorenzo

Atlético Tucumán vs. Defensa y Justicia

Sunday, June 16

Poland vs. Netherlands

Slovenia vs. Denmark

Serbia vs. England

Ecuador vs. Honduras

Panama vs. Paraguay

Corinthians vs. Sao Paulo

Athletico-PR vs. Flamengo

Gremio vs. Botafogo

Vasco da Gama vs. Cruzeiro

Monday, June 17

Romania vs. Ukraine

Belgium vs. Slovakia

Austria vs. France

Atlético Mineiro vs. Palmeiras

Tuesday, June 18

Turkey vs. Georgia

Portugal vs. Czech Republic

Wednesday, June 19

Croatia vs. Albania

Germany vs. Hungary

Scotland vs. Switzerland

Inter Miami vs. Columbus Crew

Cincinnati vs. Philadelphia Unión

Dallas vs. Minnesota United

Sporting KC vs. Real Salt Lake

St. Louis City vs. Colorado Rapids

Boca Juniors vs. Almirante Brown

Botafogo vs. Athletico-PR

Sao Paulo vs. Cuiabá

Juventude vs. Vasco da Gama

Internacional vs. Corinthians

Cruzeiro vs. Fluminense

Thursday, June 20

Slovenia vs. Serbia

Denmark vs. England

Spain vs. Italy

Argentina vs. Canada

Flamengo vs. Bahia

Palmeiras vs. RB Bragantino

What to stream on Paramount+ this week: June 13-16, 2024

If you are interested in watching top-caliber soccer, then Paramount+ should become your one-stop streaming service.

The platform will bring fans closer to some of the best club fixtures being held this week. The top teams in that competition will be covered by Paramount+, who will include South American giants Boca Juniors, River Plate, San Lorenzo, and Racing in the platform's schedule.

Things will not stop there, as the service will also give fans a chance to follow club soccer from the U.S., with games for both the NWSL and the USL Championship being covered over the weekend. Both leagues will continue to be covered during next week, but for now, the fixtures available on the platform should be appealing enough.

Click here for more info on Paramount+'s full schedule

What are this week's must-watch games? 

Germany vs. Scotland kicks off Euro 2024 live on Friday at 3 p.m. ET on FOX Network, FOX Sports App, and ViX

Euro 2024 is finally here! Hosts Germany kick off the highly-anticipated tournament on Friday, with the four-time FIFA World Cup champions hosting Scotland in the opening game. Nagelsmann's side will want to lift the title on home soil but have not played competitive soccer since their embarrassing Qatar 2022 group-stage exit. Meanwhile, the Tartan Army will want to send shock waves by beating die Mannschaft at the Allianz Arena. Don't miss this clash.

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Spain vs. Croatia live this Saturday at 12 p.m. ET on FOX Network, FOX Sports App, and ViX

Spain take on Croatia in one of the standout matches of the week. This fixture will be a repeat of the recent UEFA Nations League final, which La Furia Roja won on penalties, meaning Modric and Co. will be out for revenge. Furthermore, a lot more is at stake than the three points as the winner of this game will likely top Group B. Expect an exciting Euro 2024 showdown.

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Serbia vs. England live this Sunday at 3 p.m. ET on FOX Network, FOX Sports App, and ViX

England embark on their Euro 2024 campaign on Sunday, facing Serbia in their opener. The Three Lions enter the tournament on the back of a disappointing 1-0 loss at home to Iceland but remain one of the favorites for the title. Southgate's men finished as runners-up in Euro 2020 and will want to go all the way in Germany. However, Serbia should hand the 1966 FIFA World Cup winners a stern test this weekend.

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Austria vs. France live this Monday at 3 p.m. ET on FOX Network, the Fox Sports App, and Vix

France will have to wait until Monday to kick off their Euro 2024 campaign, with the two-time FIFA World Cup winners facing Austria in their opening game. All eyes will be on Les Bleus, who are seen by many as the overwhelming favorites to win this trophy. However, Austria, led by Ralf Rangnick, have been in fantastic form in the build-up to this tournament, going seven games unbeaten.

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Portugal vs. Czech Republic live this Tuesday at 3 p.m. ET on FOX Network, FOX Sports App, and ViX

Will Portugal win Euro 2024 in what will likely be Cristiano Ronaldo's final European Championship? This is the question on many people's minds as A Seleção prepare to face the Czech Republic this Tuesday in their opener. Roberto Martinez's men enter this tie on the back of their impressive 3-0 win over the Republic of Ireland, with Cristiano scoring a brilliant brace. The Czech Republic, meanwhile, are on a five-game winning streak, have lost only once in their last 14 games, and will aspire to keep this form going when they lock horns with the Euro 2016 winners.

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Argentina vs. Canada kicks off 2024 Copa America live on Thursday at 8 p.m. ET on FS1, Univision, TUDN USA, and ViX

Euro 2024 is not the only major competition kicking off over the next seven days as Copa America returns this Thursday. Reigning champions Argentina get the 2024 edition underway, locking horns with Canada in the opening game. La Albiceleste enter the tournament as both the champions of South America and the world, having won the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Additionally, this could be Lionel Messi's final tournament with the national side. Can Canada stop Argentina in the opening game? Tune in to find out.

Broadcast guide for the UEFA EURO 2024 competition: TV broadcasts and live streaming options

Club soccer across Europe's top leagues has come to an end, but fans will not be starved of some more great football this summer with the 17th edition of the UEFA EURO set to kick off in Germany from June to July.

Here's all you need to know regarding the latest installment of the famous quadrennial competition.

Where can I watch the UEFA EURO 2024 competition live on TV?

For viewers based in the United States, the UEFA EURO 2024 competition will be available on TV via FOX. Thanks to a six-year deal signed with the network that includes both the UEFA EURO 2024 and 2028 competitions fans will be able to watch games on the network's family of channels, including Fox Sports 1 and Fox Sports 2.

Spanish speakers also have options as well, including TUDN USA and Univision.

Here are some other viewing options for fans based in the following countries:


France: TF1, beIN Sports France.

Germany: ZDF, ARD, MagentaTV, RTL

Spain: RTVE

Italy: RAI

Canada: TSN, TVA Sports 

Where can I livestream the UEFA EURO 2024 competition?

There are also plenty of options to tune into the tournament if you are based in the United States and are looking to live stream UEFA EURO 2024 matches live from your computer, mobile, tablet, smart TV, or other device. Viewers can live stream games via and the Fox Sports App, while fuboTV also provides options to watch games online.

Spanish speakers can check out Univision NOW, and ViX.

Here are some live-streaming options for fans based in the following countries:

UK: BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport Web, ITVX, STV Player

France: TF1+, Molotov, beIN Sports Connect.

Germany: RTL+

Spain:, fuboTV Espana

Italy: Sky GO Italia, RAI Play

Canada: TSN+, TVA+.

Australia: Optus Sport

In addition, if following matches the old-fashioned way via radio is of interest, fans in the United States can also follow the UEFA EURO 2024 competition via SiriusXM, which will cover all matches from the group stage to the final.

Click here for the full Euro 2024 broadcast guide

Copa América 2024: Broadcast guide to watch the tournament on TV and online

Where can I watch the 2024 Copa América live on TV?

Fans in the United States will be able to watch this edition of the Copa América in both English and Spanish. Those who want to follow the games in English can do so via FOX Network and its specialized channels, such as Fox Sports 1 and Fox Sports 2. In Spanish, Univisión, TUDN USA, and UniMás will be in charge of airing the tournament's fixtures on linear TV. Other countries where fans can watch the tournament include:

Argentina: TyC Sports Argentina, Telefe Argentina, DIRECTV Sports Argentina.

Brazil: SporTV.

Canada: TSN, RDS,CTV.

Chile: Chilevisión, DIRECTV Sports Chile.

Colombia: DIRECTV Sports Colombia, Win Sports, Caracol TV.

Costa Rica: TDMAX.

Uruguay: DIRECTV Sports Uruguay.

United Kingdom: Premier Sports.

Italy: Sportitalia.

Australia: Optus Sport.

Where can I stream live Copa América games online?

The 2024 Copa América can be followed on the go by fans living in the U.S. on, on ViX, on Univisión NOW, and on Additionally, mobile apps such as the Fox Sports App and the TUDN App will also carry the competition. Other countries where you can watch the competition, live or on-demand, include:

Argentina: TyC Sports Play, DGO. 

Brazil: Canais Globo.

Canada: TSN+. 

Chile: DGO.

Colombia: Win Sports+, DGO.

Uruguay: DGO.

United Kingdom: Premier Sports Player.

Italy: MolaTV.

Japan: Amazon Prime Video Japan.

Click here for the full 2024 Copa America broadcast guide

NWSL Match Day 13: TV Schedules and Live Streaming details - June 14-16, 2024

Another round of NWSL games is on the horizon, and given how things are shaping up, fans may see some more shake-ups in the league standings by the time matchday 13 finishes on Sunday.

Here's all you need to know.

Broadcast and live streaming info for the NWSL in the USA and in select countries

Thanks to a deal signed with CBS, select NWSL matches will be available on the network's family of platforms throughout the season.

This round will see several matches carried by CBS, including the Seattle Reign vs Portland Thorns tie which will be shown on CBS as well as live-streamed on Paramount+ starting at 4 pm EST (1 pm PST). In addition, CBS Sports Network will be showing the Bay FC vs Utah Royals clash, which kicks off at 10 p.m. ET (7 p.m. PT) on Sunday, June 16th.

ESPN will also be showing an NWSL match this round, with Saturday's Racing Louisville vs NJ/NY Gotham match-up (kick-off at 12 p.m. ET) available on its family of platforms. That also includes live streaming the match on ESPN+, while Spanish speakers can check out ESPN Deportes for coverage.

Viewing options for matchday 13's games in the United States include NWSL+ as well as Amazon Prime Video and ion, who will be live streaming several games this round. 

NWSL+, the league's streaming service, will also be live-streaming matches for fans in other select countries.

Top games to watch on matchday 13 in the NWSL

Kansas City Current vs Chicago Red Stars: Thanks to their 5-2 win over Seattle Reign last time out, Kansas City Current have now returned to the top spot in the NWSL table - albeit by the narrowest of margins. The Current are joint-tied on 28 points with Orlando Pride, but could temporarily make that a three-point gap should they pick up a vital win against Chicago Red Stars on Friday. As for the Red Stars, they come into this match having lost three on the trot which has seen them tumble down the table after a strong initial start to the 2024 NWSL season.

Click here for a full preview of Matchday 13 in the NWSL

Biggest stories

England receive double injury boost ahead of Euro 2024 opener vs. Serbia

England have received a huge boost ahead of their Euro 2024 opening game as two key players who were fitness doubts for the weekend took part in full training.

Those men are John Stones and Bukayo Saka, the Manchester City defender and Arsenal attacker respectively. The two were spotted with the rest of the squad during Tuesday's training session at the Ernst Abbe Sportfeld in Jena, hinting that both should be available for Sunday's game.

The Three Lions kick off their campaign with an interesting showdown with Serbia in Group C in what could be a tricky fixture. Southgate's men enter this tie on the back of their 1-0 loss at Wembley to Iceland, meaning Kane and Co. desperately need to bounce back. Read more…

Real Madrid issue statement regarding FIFA Club World Cup participation after Ancelotti hinted at snub

Real Madrid fans were treated to a shocking claim from their manager regarding next year's FIFA Club World. According to Carlo Ancelotti, the UEFA Champions League holders would not compete in the expanded 32-team tournament in the USA.

Il Giornale interviewed the Italian manager, who shockingly revealed that Los Blancos would play no part in that competition, arguing that the financial incentive was lackluster for a team of Real Madrid's stature.

"FIFA can forget it. The club and the footballers won't participate in that tournament," Ancelotti told the Italian newspaper. "One Real Madrid game is worth 20 million [euros], and FIFA wants to give us that sum for the entire tournament. No way. Like us, other clubs will refuse the invitation."

However, this interview from Ancelotti has forced Real Madrid to issue an official statement regarding this matter. The club distanced themselves from their manager's claim, revealing that they will in fact participate in next year's competition. Read more…

Messi to miss Olympics but leaves door open for 2026 World Cup

Eight-time Ballon d'Or winner Lionel Messi has confirmed in an interview with US broadcaster ESPN that he will not attempt to win a second gold medal with Argentina at the Paris Olympics this summer.

"I spoke with (Argentinian Olympic coach Javier) Mascherano, and we immediately agreed on the situation," Inter Miami forward Messi said in the interview broadcast on Wednesday.

"It's a difficult moment, because there's the Copa America, and that would mean two or three consecutive months away from my club. 

"At my age, I don't want to play everything and I need to make the right choices," added the former Barcelona star who was a member of Argentina's 2008 Olympic gold medal-winning team. Read more…

VAR decisions to be explained to fans at Euro 2024

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The head of UEFA's refereeing committee Roberto Rosetti said screens at stadiums across Germany will provide "technical explanations" of VAR calls in order to improve spectator understanding.

One of the various criticisms of VAR technology since its widespread introduction has been the difficulty match-going fans have in understanding why certain decisions are made. Read more…

Ten Hag to remain as Man Utd boss

Erik ten Hag is set to remain as coach of Manchester United following a performance review of the Dutchman carried out by the Premier League club, British media said Tuesday.

Rumors swirled regarding the future of Ten Hag after a poor second season in the hot seat at Old Trafford, with a lowly eighth-placed finish in the league and group stage Champions League exit.

But the 54-year-old coach did oversee an impressive 2-1 FA Cup final win against local rivals Manchester City in May to boost his chances of keeping his job. Read more…

Fans get 8 months jail for racism targeting Real Madrid's Vinicius

Three Valencia fans were handed eight-month jail terms Monday for racist abuse towards Real Madrid star Vinicius Junior, a court said, in what Spain's La Liga said was the first such conviction in Spain.

The defendants, who were not identified, were convicted of an offense against moral integrity with the aggravating factor of racially motivated discrimination, the Valencia court said.

They were also slapped with a two-year match ban. With no previous criminal record, none will serve jail time as judges habitually suspend prison sentences of less than two years for first-time offenders. 

La Liga hailed the ruling as "the first sentence handed down for racist insults in a Spanish football stadium".  Read more…

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Italian giants Juventus on Wednesday named Thiago Motta as their new coach, replacing Massimiliano Allegri who was sacked last month. 

"It's official, the next Juventus coach will be Thiago Motta. The Italian-Brazilian has signed with Juventus until June 30, 2027," the club said in a statement. Continue reading…

Terzic quits as coach of Champions League finalists Dortmund

Borussia Dortmund coach Edin Terzic said on Thursday he was leaving the Bundesliga club less than two weeks after they lost to Real Madrid in the Champions League final.

"Dear Borussia supporters, even if it really makes me sad, I want to tell you today that I have decided to leave," Terzic said in a club statement. Continue reading…