Turkey vs Italy live: free streaming, scores, TV channels, team news from Rome
it has started!
It’s better to be late than never, and now it’s the 2020 European Championship!
After a year postponed by the Covid-19 pandemic, it is finally time to sit down and enjoy the summer and enjoy the international football feast.
In the next 30 days, 24 teams will compete in 51 games in 11 host cities, all focusing on one award-the Henry Delaunay Trophy.
Tonight’s game will start in Rome, and we will live broadcast the opening match between Turkey and Italy in Group A.
Participating in every group stage in their capital-and in front of the expected 16,000 supporters-has great expectations for Roberto Mancini’s Italian team, who won all ten matches in the final qualifying.
Turkey is also expected to perform well, but they must do this without Cenk Tosun, who is their top scorer in an impressive qualifying match.
We will confirm all the buildup of the team tonight before kick-off at the Olympic Stadium at 8pm.