With the end of the restrictions linked to the pandemic, UEFA has decided to kick off Euro Football 2021. In this quick tutorial, we explain how to add matches to Google Calendar or iPhone Calendar to be sure not to miss any!

Euro 2021

Last year, Euro 2020 football was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. We are in 2021, so it was high time to kick off a Euro 2020 one year late. We can also wonder if this gap will be maintained in the following years, or if we should consider, in reality, this Euro 2020 as the real Euro 2021. Euro 2020, or 2021 as some prefer to call it, will be held from June 11 to July 11, 2021.

After more than a year of gloom, there is something to be sure about not wanting to miss any game. Fortunately, several sites, including the official UEFA site, offeradd the list of all Euro 2020/2021 matches in a few clicks in Google Calendar, Apple Calendar or any other calendar app. Note that the steps in this tutorial are designed for Android smartphones and tablets as well as iPhone and iPad.

How to add the list of Euro 2020/2021 football matches to Google Calendar or Calendar (Apple)

Add to Calendar

For that, it’s very simple. All you need to do is generate an .ics file containing all the matches from the UEFA site that your smartphone will automatically import:

Team selection
  • Select the teams that interest you
  • Push the button Add to calendar at the bottom right
  • Pass the popup that asks you to enter your email address
  • Your smartphone then asks you to add the UEFA matches to your calendar: validate, and you’re done!
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Now all matches will be on your calendar. You can set alerts to make sure you get notified before a meeting starts. Note that the advantage of this solution is that your calendar will always be up to date, even if there is a change. Any modification of the calendar by UEFA will be automatically reported in your calendar.

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