Where to see Italy-Czech Republic on TV and streaming

Where to see Italy-Czech Republic on TV and streaming
Where to see Italy-Czech Republic on TV and streaming

Italy faces the Czech Republic in a friendly match: everything about the match, from the formations to where to see it on TV and streaming.

Ultimate mach test forItaly before the debut at Euro 2020 scheduled for 11 June at the stadium Olimpico of Rome against Turkey. The Azzurra team will continue its march towards the maximum continental competition by facing the Czech Republic.

For Roberto Mancini it will be an important opportunity to see some of the players taking part in the tournament at work.

The Azzurri, who have returned from the net 7-0 with which they imposed themselves on San Marino, will be expected from a decidedly more demanding exam, given that the Czech national team has also qualified for Euro 2020, a competition from which it will start from Group D, the same which also includes Croatia, Scotland and England.

What will be staged will be the seventh confrontation between the two teams. The overall balance at the moment speaks of a situation of total equality, given that there have been two victories for Italy, against two draws and two affirmations by the Czech Republic.

The last official match between the two teams dates back to 10 September 2013. Back then, it was a valid match for qualifying for the World Championships, it was the Azzurri led by Cesare Prandelli who won 2-1 in Turin thanks to goals from Chiellini and Balotelli.


The friendly that will see protagonists Italy e Czech Republic it will be played on Friday June 4, 2021 at the stadium Renato Dall’Ara of Bologna, a city that for the twenty-second time will host a game of the Azzurri three years after the last time.

The kick-off was scheduled at hours 20.45.


Italy-Czech Republic will be broadcast live and exclusively by Rai with connection starting from 20.30. As usual, the reference channel will be Rai 1.

The Azzurri’s challenge will also be visible in streaming through RaiPlay on devices such as PCs, notebooks, tablets or smartphones: simply connect to the official website and enter your access data, or alternatively use the appropriate app.


Mancini will rely on the usual 4-3-3 in which Bonucci and Chiellini should go to form the central couple in the heart of the defense. Keys to the midfield entrusted to Locatelli, while in attack Immobile could be the central pivot of a trident completed by Chiesa and Insigne.

Jaroslav Silhavy could draw his team with a 4-2-3-1 in which Coufal and Boril should be called to guard the outside. Kral and Soucek should make up the midfielder duo, while in attack there could be Schick as the only striker.

ITALY (4-3-3): Donnarumma; Florenzi, Bonucci, Chiellini, Emerson; Barella, Locatelli, Pellegrini; Church, Building, Insigne.

CZECH REPUBLIC (4-2-3-1): Vaclik; Coufal, Kalas, Brabek, Boril; Kral, Soucek; Shrovetide, Darida, Yankto; Schick.

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