Olympics Soccer Schedule and TV Guide
Excited for this year’s Olympics soccer schedule? You can find more details about the tournament here. To make sure you don’t miss a match, be sure to bookmark this page and visit often for the most accurate and comprehensive listings of games.
Olympics soccer schedule – viewing options:
While originally not included in the Olympic lineup until 1900, soccer is now a highlight of the event enjoyed by fans all around the world. For fans of the United States, the women’s team will be hoping to win their fifth gold medal in the competition after taking home the gold in the 1996, 2004, 2008, and 2012 Olympics. Sadly, the U.S. men’s team were knocked out in the qualifying round for this summer’s competition (which even though it’ll be played in 2021, it’s still referred to as the 2020 Olympics).
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Olympics soccer schedule
All times Eastern.
For viewers in the United States, NBCUniversal has the exclusive rights to 2020 Tokyo Olympics (including the Olympics soccer schedule). On the English-language side, no decisions have been reached yet regarding the channels that will broadcast the game. With the time difference between Japan and the United States, most of the games will start during the early morning hours for soccer fans on the East Coast of the United States. Despite the early kickoffs, many of the games are expected to be shown on television.
For the coverage on NBC Sports, the soccer commentators featured will include Arlo White, Derek Rae, Lisa Byington, Mark Followill and Jenn Hildreth.
Telemundo will be the Spanish-language provider offering extensive coverage of the Olympic soccer matches in Español. Across the entire Olympics tournament this summer, Telemundo Deportes will be presenting 300 hours of live competitions and daily recap specials, while Telemundo and Universo will offer at least 12 hours of intense live sports coverage throughout the night and early morning schedules. The multi-faceted and multi-platform coverage will kick-off July 21 with the women’s soccer competition live on Universo.
Telemundo Deportes’ extensive soccer coverage will be led by the voice of soccer in the U.S. and six-time Emmy Award-winning commentator Andres Cantor who will be calling the action of select matches from Japan, alongside former Olympian and analyst Manuel Sol. In addition, legendary Mexican goal scorer Carlos Hermosillo and renowned commentators Copan Alvarez, Sammy Sadovnik and Eduardo Biscayart will also be part of the team calling and analyzing the soccer action.
Emmy Award-nominee Ana Jurka and Emmy-award winner Miguel Gurwitz will host Telemundo Network’s live coverage from Tokyo throughout the Olympic Games, bringing the latest from the host city and anchoring the network’s live coverage every evening throughout the duration of the Games. Tokyo will be Jurka’s second Olympic Games with Telemundo; she has also served as co-host of the FIFA Men’s World Cup from Russia in 2018 and led the Women’s FIFA World Cup from Paris in 2019. Gurwitz has covered Summer Olympics since 2000 and served as the lead studio host for Telemundo Deportes’ coverage of the Rio Olympics in 2016 & the FIFA Men’s World Cup from Russia in 2018.
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Courtesy of World Soccer Talk, download a complimentary copy of The Ultimate Soccer TV And Streaming Guide, which features details on where to watch all of the leagues from around the world on US TV and streaming.
To find out when soccer games are on, download the free Soccer TV Schedules App which includes listings of all of the live soccer matches available in the United States (available on Apple iOS devices and Android devices).
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