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European Championships 2022: Schedule, Events, TV and Livestream

European Championships 2022, one of the greatest athletic events of Europe will be starting on August 11. here, you will know everything in this article.

The best athletes from 48 countries will be performing in this year’s events. About 1,540 players are expected to participate in 2022. Olympic Golf Medalist Jakob Ingebrigtsen will participate in 1500 and 5000-meter races. He will be joined by many great athletes. Mondo Duplantis, Malaika Mihambo, Dina Asher-Smith, Tom Piddock are some big names.

This year, there will be events like Athletics, Artistic Gymnastics, Beach volleyball, Canoe Spring, and many more. The event will be hosted by Munich this year. Different TV channels will bring you the tournament.

European Championships 2022 Events:

Here are the events of the tournament:

  • Athletics
  • Artistic Gymnastics
  • Beach volleyball
  • Canoe Spring
  • Cycling (BMX freestyle, Mountain Biking, Road cycling, Track cycling)
  • Rowing
  • Sport Climbing
  • Table Tennis
  • Triathlon

When is European Championships 2022?

The tournament will start on August 11 and will continue till August 21.

European Championships 2022 Full Schedule:

Day Date Events
1 Monday 15 August
  • 10:30: Marathon women’s final
  • 11:30: Marathon men’s final
  • 20:38: Shot put women’s final
  • 20:58: Shot put men’s final
  • 21:48: 10,000m women’s final
2 Tuesday 16 August
  • 08:30: Women’s 35km race walk final
  • 08:30: Men’s 35km race walk final
  • 20:27: Men’s long jump final
  • 21:02: Women’s discus throw final
  • 21:08: Men’s 5000m final
  • 21:35: Men’s 1500m decathlon final
  • 22:15: Men’s 100m final
  • 22:25: Women’s 100m final
3 Wednesday 17 August
  • 20:00: Women’s pole vault final
  • 20:15: Men’s triple jump final
  • 21:05: Women’s hammer throw final
  • 21:43: Men’s 400m final
  • 22:02: Women’s 400m final
  • 22:22: Men’s 110m hurdles final
4 Thursday 18 August
  • 20:05: Men’s high jump final
  • 20:10: Men’s hammer throw final
  • 20:58: Women’s long jump final
  • 21:05: Men’s 1500m final
  • 21:25: Women’s 5000m final
  • 21:55: Women’s 800m heptathlon final
5 Friday 19 August
  • 20:20: Men’s discus throw final
  • 20:45: Women’s 1500m final
  • 20:55: Women’s triple jump final
  • 21:00: Men’s 3000m steeplechase final
  • 21:20: Men’s 200m final
  • 21:45: Women’s 400m hurdles final
  • 22:00: Men’s 400m hurdles final
  • 22:22: Women’s 200m final
6 Saturday 20 August
  • 08:30: Men’s 20km race walk final
  • 10:15: Women’s 20km racewalk final
  • 20:05: Men’s pole vault final
  • 20:15: Women’s 800m final
  • 20:25: Women’s javelin throw final
  • 21:15: Men’s 4x400m relay final
  • 21:45: Women’s 4x400m relay final
  • 22:13: Women’s 3000m steeplechase final
7 Sunday 21 August
  • 19:05: Women’s high jump final
  • 19:40: Men’s 800m final
  • 19:50: Men’s javelin throw final
  • 20:00: Men’s 10,000m final
  • 20:45: Women’s 100m hurdles final
  • 21:12 Men’s 4x100m relay final
  • 21:22: Women’s 4x100m relay final

How Can I watch European Championships 2022 on TV?

  • BBC
  • RTVE
  • France Television

Different TV channels will show the European Championships 2022 on television. In the United Kingdom, the game will be shown on BBC, In Spain, RTVE will be showing the tournament. If you are someone from France, the tournament will be available on french television

How to Livestream the tournament?

The live stream of the European Championships 2022 will be available on BBC Iplayer. get the subscription right now and start watching on your streaming device.

Where will be the tournament held?

This year, the European Championships 2022 will be played in 11 different venues. here are the venues of the tournament:

  1. Olympiastadion – athletics (track & field events)
  2. Odeonsplatz – athletics (marathon & race walking)
  3. Königsplatz – beach volleyball, sport climbing
  4. Oberschleißheim Regatta Course – canoe sprint, rowing
  5. Messe München – cycling (track)
  6. Murnau am Staffelsee – cycling (men’s road race)
  7. Fürstenfeldbruck – cycling (road time trial)
  8. Landsberg am Lech – cycling (women’s road race)
  9. Olympiapark – cycling (BMX freestyle, mountain bike), triathlon
  10. Olympiahalle – artistic gymnastics
  11. Rudi-Sedlmayer-Halle – table tennis

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