The 2021 Olympics in Tokyo secretly kick off on July 21 with the women’s football tournament and the men’s start the next day.
Sweden went to the Olympics after winning bronze at the 2019 World Cup in France. Blue and yellow now play on the same team as the United States, Australia and New Zealand.
Here is everything you need to know about football at the 2021 Olympics.
Olympics 2021: They broadcast football
The Discovery team also owns the rights to the football and the entire Olympic Games. The matches will be broadcast on Canal 5, Canal 9, Canal 11, Eurosport and Eurosport 2, but will also be streamed on the Discovery Plus service.
Matches are played here
Ibraki Kashima Stadium
International Stadium Yokohama
The women’s final and bronze will be held at the Olympic Stadium, while the men’s final will be decided at the International Stadium in Yokohama.
All groups, women
Group E: Great Britain, Chile, China and Brazil
Group F: Japan, Canada, Zambia and the Netherlands
Group G: Sweden, USA, Australia and New Zealand
The first and second and the top two go to the quarterfinals
Then Sweden’s matches are played
Wednesday 21 July
9.30 Great Britain – Chile (Group E)
10.00 China – Brazil (Group E)
10.30 Sweden – USA (Group G)
12.30 Japan – Canada (Group F)
13.00 Zambia – Netherlands (Group F)
14.00 Australia – New Zealand (Group G)
July 24 Saturday
9.30 Chile – Canada
13.00 Netherlands – Brazil
13.30 New Zealand – United States
Tuesday 27 July
10.00 New Zealand-Sweden
10.00 USA – Australia
13.00 Chile – Japan
13.00 Canada – UK
13.30 Brazil – Zambia
13.30 Netherlands – China
Friday, July 30th
10.00 Quarter 1
11.00 Quarter End 2
12.00 Quarter End3
13.00 Quarter 4
Monday, August 2nd
Thursday, August 5th
10.00 Bronze Match
Friday, August 6th
Sweden team for the Olympics in Tokyo
Goalkeepers: Hedwig Lindall, Atletico Madrid, Jennifer Polk, BK Hooken, Jesira Musovic, Chelsea.
Defender: Hannah Glass, Bayern Munich, Magdalena Eriksson, Chelsea, Amanda Illusted, Bayern Munich, Jonah Anderson, Chelsea, Natalie Bjorn, FC Rosenkard, Emma Gulberg, BK Hooken, Julia Roder, Washington.
Midfielder / Striker: Carolyn Secker, F.C. Rosencord, Kosovare Aslani, Real Madrid, Hannah Pennison, F.C. Rosencord, Madeleine Janoki, Hummerby, Anna Unvecord, F.C. Rosenkort, Rebecca Blomkivist, Wolfsburg.
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