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Sport channel Optus Activity kicked off its live and unique coverage of UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 yesterday.

Video games will air at 2am and 5am AEST everyday throughout the first two rounds of group levels right before simultaneous kick-offs end every round.

Each day quarterfinals will be played from 21 – 24 July in advance of a 2am (AEST) remaining on 1 August.

Optus Activity will also provide comprehensive matches dwell, mini-matches and highlights, and will supply more articles on Snapchat, TikTok, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and Facebook.

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Entire fixtures (all occasions in AEST):

7 July – England vs Austria, 5am (Team A – Aged Trafford)

8 July – Norway vs N Ireland, 5am (Team A – St Mary’s Stadium)

9 July – Spain vs Finland, 2am (Team B – Stadium MK)

9 July – Germany vs Denmark, 5am (Team B – Brentford Group Stadium)

10 July – Portugal vs Switzerland, 2am (Team C – Leigh Sporting activities Village)

10 July – Netherlands vs Sweden, 5am (Team C – Bramall Lane)

11 July – Belgium vs Iceland, 2am (Team D – Academy Stadium)

11 July – France vs Italy, 5am (Group D – New York Stadium)

12 July – Austria vs N Eire, 2am (Team A – St Mary’s Stadium)

12 July – England vs Norway, 5am (Team A – Falmer Stadium)

13 July – Denmark vs Finland, 2am (Group B – Stadium MK)

13 July – Germany vs Spain, 5am (Team B – Brentford Group Stadium)

14 July – Sweden vs Switzerland, 2am (Group C – Bramall Lane)

14 July – Netherlands vs Portugal, 5am (Team C – Leigh Athletics Village)

15 July – Italy vs Iceland, 2am (Team D – Academy Stadium)

15 July – France vs Belgium, 5am (Group D – New York Stadium)

16 July – N Eire vs England, 5am (Group A – St Mary’s Stadium)

16 July – Austria vs Norway, 5am (Group A – Falmer Stadium)

17 July – Finland vs Germany, 5am (Group B – Stadium MK)

17 July – Denmark vs Spain, 5am (Group B – Brentford Group Stadium)

18 July – Switzerland vs Netherlands, 2am (Team C – Bramall Lane)

18 July – Sweden vs Portugal, 2am (Team C – Leigh Sporting activities Village)

19 July – Iceland vs France, 5am (Group D – New York Stadium)

19 July – Italy vs Belgium, 5am (Team D – Academy Stadium)

21 July – Winner Group A vs 2nd Group B, 5am (QF, Falmer Stadium)

22 July – Winner Team B vs 2nd Group A, 5am (QF, Brentford Local community Stadium)

23 July – Winner Team C vs 2nd Team D, 5am (QF, Leigh Sports Village)

24 July – Winner Group D vs 2nd Team C, 5am (QF, New York Stadium)

27 July – Semi-last, 5am (Bramall Lane)

28 July – Semi-ultimate, 5am (Stadium MK)

1 August – Ultimate, 2am (Wembley Stadium)

Shoppers can view Optus Activity by way of Fetch, Apple Tv set, Android Tv suitable Intelligent TVs, LG Smart TVs, Apple Airplay, Chromecast, Amazon Fire Tv, Xbox, compatible Samsung Wise TVs or desktop, or on-the-go by way of pill, cellular, or notebook.

From 1 August 2022, Optus buyers will handle their Optus Sport subscription via Optus SubHub or via the SubHub backlink on My Optus application.

This to start with appeared in the membership e-newsletter CommsWire on 7 July 2022.



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