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ESPN Classic re-airs past Euros
June 4th, 2012 6:49PM

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[TELEVISION GUIDE] Fans can get revved up for Euro 2012, which begins on Friday, by watching replays of some of the great European Championship games from the past. For the next three days, ESPN Classic will be showing during the day games from the 1996 tournament in England and the 2008 finals in Austria and Switzerland. For all the games ...

Tuesday, June 5
Germany vs. Croatia (Quarterfinal 1996) 9:30 am ET
France vs. Czech Rep. (Semifinal 1996) 11:30 am ET
Germany vs. England (Semifinal 1996) 2 pm ET
Czech Republic vs. Germany (Final 1996) 6:30 pm ET

Wednesday, June 6
Croatia vs. Turkey (Quarterfinal 2008) 10:30am ET
Spain vs. Italy (Quarterfinal 2008) 1 pm ET
Russia vs. Netherlands (Quarterfinal 2008) 3 pm ET
Portugal vs. Germany (Quarterfinal 2008) 5 pm ET

Thursday, June 7
Turkey vs. Czech Rep. (Group Stage 2008) 9 am ET
Russia vs. Spain (Semifinal 2008) 11 am ET
Germany vs. Turkey (Semifinal 2008) 1pm ET
Germany vs. Spain (Final 2008) 3 pm ET



1 comment
  1. Tony Marsh
    commented on: June 5, 2012 at 1:05 p.m.
    They should be showing the Euro 2000 final between France and Italy. That was a CRACKING match!!!


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