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Ronaldo and Messi Seek Final International Glory

Two legendary players, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, are poised for one last shot at international triumphs this summer, each leading their respective teams in major tournaments.


Lionel Messi will spearhead Argentina’s campaign in the Copa America, starting Thursday. Similarly, Cristiano Ronaldo will likely make his final major international appearance as Portugal begins its UEFA Euro 2024 journey against Czechia on Tuesday. Portugal, winners of the 2016 Euros, are eight years removed from their surprise victory over host nation France in the final. The 39-year-old Ronaldo, set for his sixth European Championship, returns despite facing scrutiny over his move from top-tier European football to the Saudi Arabian league.


In another matchup on Tuesday, Georgia will make its debut in a major international tournament against Turkey in Dortmund. Although new to this stage, Georgia boasts one of the tournament’s most exciting players, winger Khvicha Kvaratskhelia of Napoli, nicknamed “Kvaradona” in homage to Diego Maradona. Turkey aims to surpass its recent Euro performances, having failed to advance past the group stage in the last two editions. Historically, Turkey has reached the semifinals of UEFA Euro 2008 and finished third in the 2002 World Cup.


Here’s all you need to know for Tuesday’s UEFA Euro 2024 matches:


Broadcast and Streaming Options:

Spanish-language television: TUDN, Univision, and UniMás.

Streaming: FOX Sports will provide live streams, while Vix offers Spanish-language streaming. Fubo will also stream the matches.

Match Venues:

Turkey vs. Georgia — Dortmund (Signal Iduna Park): This venue, also known as Westfalenstadion, is home to Borussia Dortmund and hosted four matches in the 1974 World Cup and six in the 2006 World Cup. Signal Iduna Park will host six UEFA Euro 2024 games, including a Round of 16 match and a semifinal.

Portugal vs. Czechia — Leipzig (Red Bull Arena): Home to RB Leipzig, this stadium hosted five matches during the 2006 World Cup. It will host four UEFA Euro 2024 games, including a Round of 16 knockout match.


Group F Matches on Tuesday:

  • Czechia
  • Georgia
  • Portugal
  • Turkey

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