UEFA EURO 2016 broadcast deals have been struck in two Nordic nations: TV2 and NRK will cover the tournament in Norway while SVT and TV4 are Sweden's rights holders.
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UEFA has concluded UEFA EURO 2016 media rights agreements with broadcasters in Norway and Sweden.
Norway's TV2 acquired the rights to broadcast UEFA EURO 2016 across its channels in an arrangement that also envisages significant exposure via Norwegian public service broadcaster NRK. The two broadcasters will ensure that each of the 51 matches at the final tournament will be shown live, with significant additional coverage through magazine and highlights programmes.
Swedish public service broadcaster SVT and commercial outlet TV4 have renewed their relationship with UEFA to give Swedish viewers the chance to watch every UEFA EURO 2016 game live, with additional coverage to include daily highlights and extra programming to put the day's matches in context.
In line with UEFA's platform-neutral approach, all fixtures will also be available in each territory on the internet and on mobile via the broadcasters' respective websites and applications. Media rights for UEFA EURO 2016 in Denmark and Finland remain available.