UEFA EURO U21 Championship tournament in football, with 12 best youth teams, Poland included, competing for the title will be available via IPLA web TV till June 30, 2017. A dedicated IPLA EURO U-21 package guarantees access to all matches live, in HD quality, both at home and on the go.
In the second half of June IPLA is taking football fans to an exciting journey to six cities of Poland. Bydgoszcz, Gdynia, Kielce, Cracow, Lublin and Tychy are the places where the best European youth teams, representing such countries as Poland, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Italy or England, will demonstrate their skills on the pitch. How will the team coached by Marcin Dorna do in that competition? Will the young Polish footballers, Bartosz Kapustka, Karol Linetty and Paweł Dawidowicz stand up to the challenge and lead their team to the final match?
The White-and-Red squad plays in Group A. After the match against Slovakia (June 16), which ended unsuccessfully for our team, Poland will now play Sweden (June 19) and England (June 22). We are keeping our fingers crossed for our team to move on beyond the group phase, on to the knockout stage. Semi-finals will be played on June 27 while the final match will be played at Cracovia’s stadium in Cracow on June 30.
All the matches can be viewed legally, live and in HD quality while using the dedicated IPLA packages:
- IPLA EURO U-21 – this package includes all the UEFA EURO U21 Championship matches for a price of PLN 14.90;
- IPLA SPORT – apart from the matches, this package also offers access to other popular channels, including Polsat Sport HD, Polsat Sport Extra HD, Polsat Sport News HD, Polsat Sport Fight HD, Eurosport 1 HD, Eurosport 2 HD, Extreme Sports Channel, Golf Channel Polska as well as to other exciting sports events, e.g. FIVB Volleyball World League matches, Nice Polish First Division magazine (football), as well as ATP tennis tournaments – all for PLN 19.90.
UEFA Euro U21 matches are played according to the following schedule:
Monday, June 19
Slovakia – England, at 17.50 hrs.
Poland – Sweden, at 20.35 hrs.
Tuesday, June 20
Serbia – Macedonia, at 17.50 hrs.
Portugal – Spain, at 20.35 hrs.
Wednesday, June 21
Czech Republic – Italy, at 17.50 hrs.
Germany – Denmark, at 20.35 hrs.
Thursday, June 22
England – Poland, at 20.35 hrs.
Slovakia – Sweden, at 20.35 hrs.
Friday, June 23
Serbia – Spain, at 20.35 hrs.
Macedonia – Portugal, at 20.35 hrs.
Saturday, June 24
Italy – Germany, at 20.35 hrs.
Czech Republic – Denmark, at 20.35 hrs.
Tuesday, June 27
First semi-final match, at 18.00 hrs.
Second semi-final match, at 21.00 hrs.
Friday, June 30
Final match, at 20.45 hrs.