How can I watch the Olympics soccer?

How can I watch the Olympics soccer?

You can watch select Olympic soccer games on NBC Sports, USA, the Olympic Channel, Telemundo, and NBC Universo.

Where can I watch the Olympic soccer finals?

How to watch Olympic soccer in USA & Canada

  • USA – TV channels: NBCSN, USA Network, Olympic Channel.
  • USA – Spanish-language TV: Telemundo, Universo.
  • USA – Streams: fuboTV ,, NBC Sports app, Telemundo Deportes app,
  • Canada – TV channels: NBCSN, USA Network, Olympic Channel.

Who is the Olympic final soccer?

Brazilians edge victory in Yokohama through Malcom Brazil have successfully defended their Olympic men’s soccer gold medal after a 2-1 victory over Spain in extra time at International Stadium Yokohama on Saturday.

Who won the Olympic soccer games?

Brazil remains the Olympic soccer champion. Five years removed from winning gold as the host nation at Rio 2016, Brazil repeated with a 2-1 extra time win over Spain on Saturday at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics. Malcom netted the game-winner in the 108th minute after a perfect pass across the midfield line.

Where can I watch Olympic football live?

Live streaming of the Tokyo Olympics will be available on Sony Liv.

Are men’s soccer in Olympics?

However, the official name of the games remains the 2020 Summer Olympics. It was the 27th edition of the men’s Olympic football tournament….Football at the 2020 Summer Olympics – Men’s tournament.

Tournament details
Host country Japan
Dates 22 July – 7 August 2021
Teams 16 (from 6 confederations)
Venue(s) 6 (in 6 host cities)

Who won men’s Olympic soccer?

Brazil won the men’s football competition at the Tokyo Olympics for their second straight gold medal while Canada won the women’s category. The women’s Rio 2016 gold medallists Germany could not qualify for Tokyo. The video assistant referee (VAR) system was used for the first time in the Summer Olympics at Tokyo 2020.

Why is there no soccer in the Olympics?

The only Olympic games not to include soccer were the 1932 Olympics. The reason for this was because FIFA, the international governing body for soccer, wanted to promote their own event rather than allow teams to compete at the Olympics.