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UEFA.com's coverage of U21 EURO

UEFA.com's team in the Czech Republic has all the bases covered for the Under-21 finals, bringing you text coverage, video streaming and highlights, social media Q&As and much more.

The UEFA European Under-21 Championship trophy will be won in Prague on 30 June
The UEFA European Under-21 Championship trophy will be won in Prague on 30 June ©Ondřej Zlámal

UEFA.com will have unparalleled coverage of this month's UEFA European Under-21 Championship in the Czech Republic.

Live match reporting: We will have a significant presence at every game, with live build-up from the stadiums, minute-by-minute commentary, behind-the-scenes photography, match reports and coach and player reaction. We will be placing an emphasis on producing engaging and analytical content in order to bring users closer than ever before to the action.

Video coverage: As well as sit-down interviews, player challenges and magazine-style feature videos between matches, there is free live streaming of the games in the UEFA.com MatchCentre and on the UEFA.tv channel on YouTube in territories where rights have not been sold. Full details are available here. There will also be free highlights of every fixture, available from midnight CET each matchday.

Social media: UEFA.com will be using various social media platforms including Twitter, Facebook and Instagram in the Czech Republic. The objective will be to bring fans as close as possible to the action with the help of regular player Q&As, Vines and team camp updates. Follow the official Twitter account – @UEFAUnder21 – and have your say using #U21EURO.

Team reporters: We have correspondents with each of the teams, offering the best all-round tournament coverage available. In the camps on a daily basis, they will bring you interviews with the players and the latest news, injury updates and analysis.

Multilingual platforms: As usual, events will be covered across all UEFA.com's languages, with particular detail placed on the languages – English, Italian, German and Portuguese – of the countries taking part.

Photography: A dedicated photography section for the finals has been launched with training, press conference, fans, pre-match and match action shots all available. We will also have exclusive behind-the-scenes pictures from inside the stadiums, including player arrivals and dressing rooms.

Press kits: In-depth press kits will be provided before every game featuring all the key facts and figures, tables, match official details and squad lists. Download them on UEFA.com.