The UEFA Euro 2012 live stream online schedule reveals two more games in the popular soccer tournament on Saturday, June 9th. All four teams from the group will be in action, looking to get the early jump on the rest with a big win.
The latest Euro live stream games for Saturday will feature Netherlands, Denmark, Germany, and Portugal all in action. The ESPN broadband sports network will treat US fans in participating regions to the games free of charge via high-speed internet connections. Netherlands vs. Denmark will kick things off at approximately 11:45 a.m. EST, followed by Germany vs. Portugal at 2:30 p.m. EST.
Group A already got started on Friday, with Russia taking the early lead in the group, thanks to inspired play from Alan Dzagoev. Russia won by a score of 4-1 over Czech Republic, giving the Russians 3 points and the lead in the group. Meanwhile, Poland and Greece played to a 1-1 tie, putting them in a second place tie in the group, while Czech Republic sits at the bottom. Then again, this was just the first day of play, and there's two more days of Group A play coming up this week.
The Euro 2012 tournament is an international competition which takes place every four years. It's held to determine the top national team on the continent. This tournament takes second place only to one other, and that's the World Cup. Many fans will be watching online and on television around the world as the tournament continues through July 1st.
It will make for even more sports choices to watch this weekend, which is already jam-packed with events like Belmont Stakes, French Open and the NBA Eastern Conference Finals Game 7. Which events will you be watching this weekend?