On BBC and ITV, who are the Euro 2020 presenters, commentators, and pundits?
Ashley Williams, a former Everton defender, and Charlie Adam, a former Liverpool midfielder, will be pundits for the Euro 2020 broadcast on terrestrial television.
Gary Lineker, the presenter of Match of the Day and a former Blues striker, will remain in his traditional role, as will another ex-Toffee, James McFadden, who will join the BBC team.
The BBC and ITV will share the rights to show 51 Euro 2020 matches live to millions throughout the United Kingdom, with Wembley and Hampden Park both welcoming 25% capacity crowds, 22,500 and 12,000 respectively, until at least the last group match.
The players from Liverpool and Everton will be representing their respective countries as home nations. Groups A-F include countries such as England, Scotland, and Wales.
The rescheduled tournament will be played across Europe to commemorate the 60th anniversary, and it will be the first time the event has returned to London since Euro 96.
Portugal, Switzerland, and Spain will be represented by Diogo Jota, Xherdan Shaqiri, and Thiago Alcantara, respectively.
Gary Lineker, a former Everton forward, scored 30 goals in 41 games for the Blues before joining Barcelona. England’s third-highest goal scorer will work for the BBC as a presenter.
Gabby Logan will continue to present for the BBC after serving as a stand-in broadcaster for Match of the Day, while Scottish presenter Eilidh Barbour will join the team after working on the Women’s World Cup in 2019.
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Mark Chapman, a live presenter, rounds out the lineup of hosts.
Alex Scott will be joined by Cesc Fabregas, Jurgen Klinsmann, Alan Shearer, Ashley Williams, and Shelley Kerr as pundits for the month-long broadcast.
Charlie Adam, who played 37 times for Liverpool during his year with the club, has been selected to commentate on the games as part of the BBC’s coverage.
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