The Braunschweig 2014 European Athletics Team Championships this weekend are set to receive 90 hours of free-to-air television coverage across the continent.
National broadcasters from 15 European countries (Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, United Kingdom) have confirmed their plans for coverage of the 21-22 June event.
In addition, pan-European channel Eurosport plans to show the championships live across its 59 territories. It will also be broadcast on Eurosport Asia.
The intentions are on par with those received for the previous edition of the event in 2013, when there were also 15 countries broadcasting the championships.
Eight international broadcasters (in Estonia, Finland, Norway, Portugal, Slovenia, Greece, Lithuania, Romania) will be televising or live streaming the European Athletics Team Championships 1st League in Tallinn — making a total of 20 countries broadcasting the top two leagues.
The entire event will also be streamed live with English-language commentary at www.european-athletics.org, the service provided by EBU-Eurovision. The live streaming platform is produced in partnership with European Athletics International Partner SPAR. This service will not be available in France and Germany.