After the exciting EURO 2020 group stages, the round of 16 fixtures have now been confirmed. The matches taking place in 11 major cities across Europe – this being the first time in the 60-year history of the tournament, continues to catch the attention of football lovers in the country with every live broadcast.
With sixteen teams having qualified for the round of 16 stage, Group D winner England taking on Group F’s runner-up Germany will be the headline clash of the final-16 matches. Being the official broadcaster of the tournament in the country, StarTimes has committed different options where Kenyan subscribers will continue to catch the live action.
The company’s flexible subscription payment options continues to allow subscribers the freedom to pay conveniently daily, weekly or on a monthly basis in an effort to ensure fans do not miss a single match. StarTimes has extended a special discount valid till 11th July 2021 for upgrading subscribers where Nyota bouquet subscribers can change their bouquet to basic by paying Ksh. 599 while Basic bouquet subscribers are to renew their monthly subscription at Ksh. 599 to watch all the EURO 2020 live action.
“Our subscribers can look forward to another EURO 2020 exciting stage as we enter the round of 16. Even the strong and traditionally known footballing nations have had to work extra hard to secure a place, we can therefore expect more twists and turns as the tournament enters this crucial stage where we have extended a special tournament discount enabling subscribers to continue catching the action live at the comfort of their homes,” said Mr. Aldrine Nsubuga, StarTimes Regional Marketing Director.
The company has progressively looked to offer the most affordable pay television service in the country through affordable devices and monthly subscriptions towards ensuring the majority of households have access to such premium content as the EURO 2020.
Round of 16 schedule
June 26, Saturday
Match 1 – Wales vs Denmark (7 pm)
Match 2 – Italy vs Austria (10 pm)
June 27, Sunday
Match 3- Netherlands vs Czech Republic (7 pm)
Match 4 – Belgium vs Portugal (10 pm)
June 28, Monday
Match 5 – Croatia vs Spain (7 pm)
Match 6 – France vs Switzerland (10 pm)
June 29, Tuesday
Match 7 – England vs Germany (7 pm)
Match 8 – Sweden vs Ukraine (10 pm)