UEFA Confirm Euro 2016 Broadcast Deals in Denmark and Iceland

November 25, 2014

UEFA has agreed deals for the broadcast rights in Denmark and Iceland for Euro 2016.

In Denmark the tournament will be covered by DR and TV2, vcialis 40mg who will combine to show all 51 matches of the tournament in France.

Both channels will provide live match coverage as well as magazine and daily highlights shows.

The deal was brokered with CAA Eleven, pills who are UEFA’s exclusive marketing agency for its national team competitions.

In Iceland, viagra 100mg the 24-team tournament will be broadcast via Skjarinn who will screen all games live as well as providing supplementary programming.

This will be the first time they have partnered with European football’s governing body for a major tournament.