TrueVisions, the prominent pay-television broadcaster in Thailand, has secured rights in the country to this year’s UEFA European Championship national teams soccer tournament.

The network is set to show all 51 games from the 24-team Euro 2024, which will take place across 10 German cities between June 14 and July 14.

This deal carries on from TrueVisions’ coverage of the previous Euros, in 2021 (delayed from 2020).

For Euro 2024, TrueVisions will show the action on satellite, cable, and online platforms.

The TrueVisions packages the games will be covered by include Platinum, Gold, Super Family, Sport Family, Smart Family, and Happy Family.

The first game will take place at 2am on June 15 for Thai soccer fans.

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Aside from TrueVisions, Euro 2020 was shown in Thailand by state-owned broadcaster NBT and commercial network TV5.

In terms of recently struck Euro 2024 coverage tie-ups, late April saw Sport 24, the in-flight and on-ship entertainment service owned by international sports agency IMG, renew its deal with UEFA for the tournament.

TrueVisions, meanwhile, also covers top-tier soccer such as England’s Premier League.