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EURO 2020: Switzerland vs Turkey LIVE stream: When, Where, and How to Watch

Find out the streaming details of the first game of match-day 2 , the Group F fixture of EURO 2020 between Switzerland and Turkey in Baku.

The European Championships has been an excellent ride so far and it is nearing the end of the group stages phase. All teams have now played 2 of their allotted 3 games and match-day 3 is all set to start today.

The Match-Day 3 starts with a Group A fixture between Switzerland Turkey and the other match will see Wales and Italy involved. The match we are focusing on is the former one which promises to be a crucial match as Switzerland look to book their place in the knock-out stage of the competition.

Switzerland vs Turkey Match Timings

  • 20th June – 16:00 UTC
  • 20th June – 18:00 CET
  • 20th June – 21.30 IST
  • 21st June – 03.00 AEDT
  • 21st June – 02.00 AEST
  • 20th June – 17:00 BST
Turkey Football Team

Before the start of the tournament, Turkey were regarded as one of the dark horses to look forward to this EURO 2020. However, things have not gone as planned for the Turks and they have managed 2 defeats in both their games. Coming off a heart-breaking 2-0 defeat against Wales in their previous match have ended their hopes of progressing into the knockouts. They are all but out of the EURO 2020 but will look to make a mark in their final game for pride.


Switzerland have all to play for in the final match of their group stage campaign against the Turks. They have also had a disappointing outing in the tournament so far but all could change if they manage all 3 points in this upcoming fixture. A first day 1-1 draw against Wales was followed by a 3-0 defeat against Italy, which gives them only a point. However, a victory would be enough for them to qualify as one of the best third placed teams into the Round of 16 stages of EURO 2020.

Switzerland vs Turkey Live Stream Details

FranceTF1, M6, beIN Sports
RussiaVGTRK, Perviy Kanal, Match TV
South AmericaDirecTV
USAABC,ESPN, Univision
CanadaBell Media, TVA Sports
Central AmericaSKY
North Africa and Middle EastBein Sports
Sub-Saharan AfricaCanal+, SuperSport, StarTimes, TVMS
Indian SubcontinentSony Pictures Network
ChinaCCTV, IQIYI, MiguShankai Sports
South East AsiaFox Sports
AustraliaOptus Sport
New ZealandSky Sports
South KoreaCJ ENM
South AfricaSuperSport
United KingdomBBC, ITV, S4C

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