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Entertainment EM 2021: Spain vs. Sweden: preliminary game at the EM 2021 today in the LiveTick

21:35  14 june  2021
21:35  14 june  2021 Source:   spox.com

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The Three-Fache European Champion Spain starts today with the game against Sweden in the tournament. The Spaniards hope for a better result after leaving in the 16th Final 2016 this year. But first you have to start well in the competition. You can follow the first group game day here.

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Today, the preliminary round match takes place at the EM between Spain and Sweden. Here's the game in the live ticker.

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Spain vs. Sweden: preliminary game at the EM 2021 today in the live ticker - before starting

before the start: The Spaniards are beginning for the first time in a major event without even a single Real Madrid player. Sergio Ramos, who longed the national team as a captain for a long time, is not included.

Before starting: The game is played in Olimpico de la Cartuja in Seville. The ball rolls off 21 clock.

before the start: Hello and welcome to the EM-earlyundy between Spain and Sweden.

Spain vs. Sweden: preliminary game at the EM 2021 today on TV and Livestream

Spain against Sweden is transferred in ZDF . Fans can choose whether you want to track the game in the Free TV or in the Free Livestream . From 20.15 clock is the following team in use:

Moderator: Katrin Müller-Hohensteinxperte: Per Mertesacker Analysis: Peter HyballArtator: Oliver Schmidt

Also Magententv shows the game live and full length. The subscription to the streaming service costs 10 euros per month.

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