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How you can watch the EURO 2024 semi-finals on TV in Norway

Frazer Norwell
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How you can watch the EURO 2024 semi-finals on TV in Norway
Unfortunately, not all the Euros games will be free-to-air in Norway. Pictured is the Italian team after winning the 2020 European Championships. AFP / POOL / Andy Rain

There are a number of ways you can tune into EURO 2024 from Norway as we approach the business end of the tournament.


Despite boasting stars like Erling Haaland and Martin Ødegaard, Norway failed to qualify for this summer's European championships.

Still, there will be plenty of opportunities to watch the games from Norway. However, there is a slight catch as only around half the games will be broadcast for free in Norway.

The rights for the tournament are being shared between public broadcaster NRK and the broadcaster TV 2. Unfortunately for sports fans, TV 2 is a paid channel and will broadcast some of the most crucial games.

At the time of writing, a TV 2 package costs between 109 kroner and 429 kroner per month. As TV 2 will broadcast almost all games via TV 2 Direkete, you won't need the full sports package to watch the Euros.

If you don't want to fork out for TV 2, then you could try alternatives such as using a VPN to watch games with a free-to-air broadcaster. Then there's going out to bars and pubs to watch games or watching it around a friend's house who does have TV 2.


The semis will be shown on TV2 only on July 9th and July 10th at 9pm.

The final will be shown on NRK 1 and NRK TV on Sunday, July 14th, at 9pm.


Tuesday, July 9th

 Spain versus France  at 9pm on TV 2 Play and TV 2 Direkte

England versus Holland  at 9pm on TV 2 Play and TV 2 Direkte

The final

Sunday, July 14th 

Winner of Spain/France versus winner of England/Holland at 9pm on NRK 1NRK TV



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