WHAT IS IT?
The European Championships is a new multi-sport event which pulls together some of the continents leading sports. The 11-day event will be staged every four years from 2018, with the aim of elevating European sport.
Simplified: it’s a mini Olympics for Europe.
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WHAT SPORTS DOES IT FEATURE?
- Aquatics: swimming, diving, synchronised swimming, open water swimming
- Cycling: track, road, mountain bike, BMX
- Gymnastics: artistic
WHEN IS IT TAKING PLACE?
The 2018 European Championships run from August 2-12.
WHERE IS IT TAKING PLACE?
The majority of the 2018 European Championships are being held in Glasgow. However, the athletics will be staged in Berlin, while the diving competition will take place in Edinburgh.
4,500 athletes are expected to descend on the three cities to contest over 150 medal events.
HOW CAN I WATCH IT?
You can follow the action LIVE on Eurosport and Eurosport Player.
Eurosport 1 will be dedicated to the European Championships, with action taking over your screens from morning until evening, while Eurosport 2 will also have some coverage.
But if you want the full experience, look no further than the Eurosport Player. With 24 dedicated feeds, you can keep abreast of all the action in your favourite sports.
WHAT IS THE SCHEDULE?
CAN I STILL BUY TICKETS?
Yep! Visit the official websites below to be transported to the ticket portal.
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