Two Teams Are Apparent Shoo-Ins In EURO 2024 Group D

The UEFA European Championship, popularly known as the EURO, is happening really soon this coming June 2024 with Germany as this year’s host.  The draw qualifying group stage for this year’s tournament was conducted last October 2022 while the final tournament draw happened last December 2023 and concluded with these results:

  • Group A: Germany, Scotland, Hungary, Switzerland
  • Group B: Spain, Croatia, Italy, Albania
  • Group C: Slovenia, Denmark, Serbia, England
  • Group D: Netherlands, Austria, France, Play-off winner A
  • Group E: Belgium, Slovakia, Romania, Play-off winner B
  • Group F: Türkiye, Portugal, Czechia, Play-off winner C

These results are crucial in determining the possible outcomes of the tournament. The draw also serves as guide for the teams to prepare for the tournament as they will be able to prepare accordingly by coming up with a game plan that works in countering their opponents’ game strategies.

EURO 2024: Group D

This EURO 2024 group D consists of: Netherlands, Austria, France, Play-off winner A. Two teams of this roster have been great contenders to the championship title. We have Netherlands and France which both have showed consistent strength and competence and the all-time stats can prove that. These two teams both chart high in the statistics.

  • Most goals scored: Netherlands -3 Top 2, 56 top 2, France – Top 5, 5th spot
  • Matches won: Netherlands – Top 2, 103 matches won; France – Top 4/5, 95 titles

These statistics show how these two teams have a stable shot at the EURO 2024 title.

France or Netherlands in Top 2?

During qualifying, France faced stiff competition from an improving Netherlands team, indicating the potential for a contest for first place.  The competition in this group category will be definitely tough because of the improvements for both teams.

The Netherlands, under the guidance of Ronald Koeman, have harnessed the talents of a promising new generation of players. Despite them being a young team, Team Netherlands proves that their a force to reckon with.

Both teams have proven track records in international competitions and possess the necessary quality, depth, and tactical acumen to go far in the tournament. With a blend of skill, tactical prowess, and the ability to perform under pressure, the Netherlands and France are expected to be strong contenders for the EURO 2024 title.

In Conclusion

Both France and Netherlands are teams that bank on their consistency and competence to get that championship.

France is the reigning World Cup champions and has a formidable squad that boasts exceptional depth and talent in almost every position. They possess a perfect balance of experienced players and young prospects who have excelled at the highest level of the game.

Overall, France and the Netherlands stand out as strong teams in this category, with Austria also posing a potential challenge. However, they cannot be complacent as the other teams also deeply prepare for the tournament and definitely won’t make this journey smooth-sailing.

Will All EURO 2024 Broadcasts Be Streamed Live?

The EURO 2024 broadcasts will be streamed live on the website, specifically the European Qualifiers except the national team matches of the following destinations—Spain, Gibraltar, Malta, and Liechtenstein.

Where Will The Broadcasts for EURO 2024 Happen All Over the World?

The EURO 2024 broadcasts will be aired on TV and radio globally. You can also catch it on Fans can check out the Euro Qualifier broadcast partners for each country below.

  • A to B: Albania will broadcast EURO 2024 through Digitalb and TV Klan. Andorra instead depends on L’Équipe, TF1, and TVE. Armenia has Public TV and Fast Media. Austria will air the broadcasts through DAZN, ÖRF, Puls 4, and Servus TV.

Azerbaijan has CBC Sport while Belgium replies on DPG Media, Eleven Sports, and RTBF for viewing the matches. Bosnia and Herzegovina has Arena Sport and BHRT while Bulgaria instead offers BNT and NOVA Bulgaria.

  • C to G: Croatia will air the EURO 2024 broadcasts through Nova TV. As for Cyprus, it’s CyBC and CYTA. Czechia broadcast partners are AMC Networks and Ceske Televize. For Denmark, it’s TV2 Denmark and for Estonia, it’s TV3 Sport Estonia. The Faroe Islands has the Faroese Broadcasting Corporation while Finland offers MTV Finland and YLE.

Then there’s France with L’Équipe and TF1. Georgia has GPB and Silknet while host country Germany has ARD, DAZN, RTL, and ZDF. For Gibraltar, it’s the Gibraltar Broadcasting Corporation and for Greece, it’s the Alpha Satellite Television and NovaSports.

  • H to L: The Holy See or Vatican City will also receive the EURO 2024 broadcasts through Mediaset, RAI, and Sky Italia. For Hungary, it’s MTVA, TV2, and Arena 4. For Iceland, it’s Viaplay Iceland and Stod 2 Sports. For Israel, it’s Charlton and The Sports Channel. For Italy, it’s also Mediaset, RAI, and Sky Italia (like the Holy See).

For Kazakhstan, it’s QAZSPORT while Kosovo has Artmotion and RTK Kosovo. For Latvia, it’s TV3 Sport Latvia and for Liechtenstein, it’s Liechtensteiner Landeskanal. There’s also Lithuania’s TV3 Sport Lithuania and Luxembourg’s Eleven Sports and RTL.

  • M to R: Malta has PBS, Moldova has TRM Moldova and Alma Sport, and Monaco has L’Équipe and TF1. For Montenegro, it’s Arena Sport and RTCG while the Netherlands has NOS and Ziggo Sport.

Norway has TV2-N, Poland has POLSAT and TVP, Portugal has RTP and Sport TV, and the Republic of Ireland has Virgin Media and Premier Sports ROI. Romania offers Antena 1, Clever Media, and Digi Sport Romania.

  • S to U: Spain has TVE, Sweden has Viaplay Sweden, Switzerland has DAZN, RSI, RTS, and SRF, and Türkiye has Saran and TRT. Finally, Ukraine has Megogo Ukraine and Suspilne while the United Kingdom has Channel 4, S4C, and Viaplay.

The EURO 2024 broadcasts have wide-ranging appeal that’s evidenced by their broadcast reach. The matches will be aired through partners in Europe and global territories in North America, Latin America, Africa, Asia, Ocean, the Middle East and so forth.

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