StarTimes will televise all 51 games of the UEFA 2020 across its five sports channels in HD and will include 30-minute pre-game, halftime, and post-match studio reactions to offer viewers the best of the tournament.
“StarTimes will combine to televise more than 140 live hours of the UEFA European football championship. We are therefore proud that we will be giving Ghanaian subscribers a front-row seat as we rally behind our favorite football stars who will be fighting for national honors,” announced Akofa Banson marketing head of StarTimes Ghana.
The tournament will open in Rome and end in London and will mark 60 years of existence and for the first time, the competition will be played in 11 cities across Europe. 24 teams qualified for the tournament including 2018 World Cup finalists France and Croatia, semi-finalists Belgium and England as well as defending champions Portugal.