Tokyo Olympics 2021 Football Fixtures, Schedule, Teams, Groups, Timings

Football fixtures are out for the Olympic Games 2021 in Tokyo this summer.

The Tokyo Olympics is all set to begin on the 23rd of July 2021. Although the traditional footballing season and all major international tournaments are over, there still is the Olympic gold medal up for grabs. Tokyo Olympics 2021 football fixtures have been released by the organizers ahead of the competition.

After completing the Euros and the Copa America, most players will be going on a much-needed break. Yet some will be on a plane to Tokyo to represent their countries in the summer Olympics.

Tokyo Olympics 2021 Football Fixtures, Schedule

Tokyo Olympics 2021 Teams and Groups

This year’s Summer Olympics will feature 16 footballing countries divided into four groups. Brazil will be hoping to defend their crown in the men’s competition. Let us take a look at the 4 groups for the tournament.

Group A: Japan, South Africa, Mexico, France

The French look the favourites in the group, with Japan or Mexico hoping to make it to the knockout stage. The group looks fairly straightforward, but one can always have an upset.

Group B: New Zealand, South Korea, Honduras, Romania

This seems like a tricky group that could see some interesting action, especially between South Korea and New Zealand. Honduras were shock semifinalists in the 2016 games and will be hoping for another such run this year.

Group C: Egypt, Spain, Argentina, Australia

Euro semifinalists Spain and Copa America champion Argentina look like sure-shot candidates for the knock-out stages. Australia and Egypt will be hoping to write their own underdog stories.

Group D: Brazil, Germany, Côte d’Ivoire, Saudi Arabia

Group D is the stage for a thrilling rematch between the two 2016 finalists, Brazil and Germany. Both teams should make light work of this group and place themselves in the knockout stages.

Tokyo Olympics 2021 Football Fixtures, Schedule

Here’s the complete schedule of the Tokyo Olympics 2021 with dates and venues.

Thursday, 22nd July

Egypt vs Spain (Group C) – 1 PM IST, Sapporo Dome

New Zealand vs South Korea (Group B) – 1:30 PM IST, Ibaraki Kashima Stadium

Mexico vs France (Group A) – 1:30 PM IST, Tokyo Stadium

Ivory Coast vs Saudi Arabia (Group D) – 2 PM IST, International Stadium

Argentina vs Australia (Group C) – 4 PM IST, Sapporo Dome

Japan vs South Africa (Group A) – 4:30 PM IST, Tokyo Stadium

Honduras vs Romania (Group B) – 4:30 PM IST, Ibaraki Kashima Stadium

Brazil vs Germany (Group D) – 5 PM IST, International Stadium

Sunday, 25th July

Egypt vs Argentina (Group C) – 1 PM IST, Sapporo

New Zealand vs Honduras (Group B) – 1:30 PM IST, Ibaraki Kashima Stadium

France vs South Africa (Group A) – 1:30 PM IST, Saitama Stadium

Brazil vs Ivory Coast (Group D) – 2 PM IST, International Stadium

Australia vs Spain (Group C) – 4 PM IST, Sapporo Dome

Japan vs Mexico (Group A) – 4:30 PM IST, Saitama Stadium

Romania vs South Korea (Group B) – 4:30 PM IST, Ibaraki Kashima Stadium

Saudi Arabia vs Germany (Group D) – 5 PM IST, Saitama Stadium

Wednesday, 28th July

Saudi Arabia vs Brazil (Group D) – 1:30 PM IST, Saitama Stadium

Germany vs Ivory Coast (Group D) – 1:30 PM IST, Miyagi Stadium

Romania vs New Zealand (Group B) – 2 PM IST, Sapporo Dome

South Korea vs Honduras (Group B) – 2 PM IST, International Stadium

Australia vs Egypt (Group C) – 4:30 PM IST, Miyagi Stadium

Spain vs Argentina (Group C) – 4:30 PM IST, Saitama Stadium

South Africa vs Mexico (Group A) – 5 PM IST, International Stadium

France vs South Africa (Group A) – 5 PM IST, Sapporo Dome

Saturday, 31st July

Quarterfinal 1 – 1:30 PM IST, Miyagi Stadium

Quarterfinal 2 – 2:30 PM IST, Ibaraki Kashima Stadium

Quarterfinal 3 – 3:30 PM IST, Saitama Stadium

Quarterfinal 4 – 4:30 PM IST, International Stadium

Tuesday, 3rd August

Semifinal 1 – 1:30 PM IST, Ibaraki Kashima Stadium

Semifinal 2 – 4:30 PM IST, Saitama Stadium

Friday, 6th August

Bronze Medal Match – 4:30 PM IST, Saitama Stadium

Saturday, 7th August

Gold Medal Match – 5 PM IST, International Stadium

After the exciting Euro 2002 and Copa America 2021, international football will move to the Olympics to entertain the fans. The complete Tokyo Olympics 2021 football fixtures are out but subject to change.

A total of 16 football teams are participating in the Summer Olympics, and know how to watch Olympics 2021 live stream in your country.

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