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Sunday Euro and Copa America 2020 open thread

There’s so much football today. It’s glorious.

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England Training Camp - Euro 2020 Photo by Eddie Keogh - The FA/The FA via Getty Images

It’s a cornucopia of football today. Three Euro 2020 matches, 2 Copa America matches, and the USWNT. I’m going to park myself on the couch, turn on the TV, and do my best to move as little as possible for as long as I can.

Yesterday’s Euro 2020 action took a backseat to Christian Eriksen’s scary collapse on the field and ensuing medical emergency. Thankfully, with tremendous credit to the quick-responding medical personnel, Eriksen is awake and stable at a hospital in Copenhagen. Our best wishes to him on a speedy recovery. As our friends at Cartilage Free Captain wrote, Eriksen’s incident is a great reminder / reason to learn CPR, it quite literally can save a life.

As for yesterday’s matches, Wales drew Switzerland 1-1 — a good result for Wales, a somewhat-disappointing and lackluster performance from the Swiss. Finland bested Denmark 1-0, scoring on their only shot of the restarted game, but there’s absolutely nothing to take away from that one given the circumstances. And Belgium smashed Russia 3-0 without Kevin De Bruyne playing. Russia do not look up for it, but it’s easy to look overmatched against the #1 FIFA-ranked team in the world, even without KDB.

Today’s matches:

England vs. Croatia, 9 am ET, ESPN
Austria vs. North Macedonia 12 pm ET, ESPN
Netherlands vs. Ukraine 3 pm ET, ESPN

Brazil vs. Venezuela, 5 pm ET, FOX
Colombia vs. Ecuador, 8 pm ET, FS2

USWNT vs. Jamaica, 10 pm ET, FS1

The Euro 2020 matches will be streamed stateside on ESPN+ and FuboTV. The Copa America matches are on Fox Sports Live and FuboTV. The USWNT will be on Fox Sports Live.

As always, check for all your outside-the-U.S. viewing needs, and please do not discuss or share links to illegal streams here.

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