The second edition of this sporting event will take place between 11 and 21 August
This year there will be athletics tournaments. Cycling, artistic gymnastics, and rowing, among other sports
At least 40 EBU members will provide comprehensive television, radio and digital coverage of European Championship Munich 2022, The second edition of the multi-sport event will take place in Bavaria from August 11-21.
The European Championships are held every four years, in cooperation with free European television networks. This year’s edition will add the current continental tournaments from nine sports: Athletics. cycling (road, track, mountain bike and BMX); artistic gymnastics; Rowing; Triathlon. beach volleyball; climbing; kayaking; and table tennis. The members of the European Broadcasting Union that will broadcast the 2022 European Championship are: ORF (Austria); RTBF and VRT (Belgium); BNT / BNR (Bulgaria); HRT (Croatia); CYBC (Cyprus); CT / CR (Czech Republic); DR (Denmark); ERR (Estonia); YLE (Finland); France TV / SRF / RFI (France); ARD and ZDF (Germany); ERT (Greece); MTVA (Hungary); RUV (Iceland); RTE (Ireland); RAI, (Italy); LT / LR (Latvia); LRT (Lithuania); United States (Netherlands); NRK (Norway); TVP / PR (Poland); RTP (Portugal); RTR (Russia); RTS (Serbia); RTVS (Slovakia); RTVSLO (Slovenia); RTVE (Spain); SVT / SR (Sweden); SRG-SSR (Switzerland); TRT (Turkey); BBC (UK).
To date, more than 3,500 hours of live, delayed and digital programming have been programmed on more than 50 channels. A significant increase compared to just over 3,000 hours for the inaugural European Championship Glasgow/Berlin 2018. ECM’s Mark Jörg said: “It is very exciting to see Europe’s largest free-to-air television network presenting the ‘Big Event’ treatment once again for the second edition of the European Multisport Championship in Munich.”
Glenn Keelan, CEO of Eurovision Sport, said: “The second edition of the European Championships is the culmination of what has been a fantastic summer for sport. Hosting these tournaments 50 years after hosting the Olympic Games Munich will be the largest multi-sport event held in Germany since That moment “. The second edition of the European Championship follows the extraordinary success of the inaugural edition, which was held in Glasgow and Berlin in 2018. Now, Munich will be broadcast to life for 11 days of high-profile competition centered in the city’s Olympic Park, with the participation of 50 nations, 177 medal events and 4,700 athletes, all captured by the cameras and microphones of EBU members.
Munich 2022 will be Germany’s largest sporting event since the 1972 Summer Olympics and will reuse many The venues for those games, such as the Olympic Stadium, the Olympic Pavilion and the Munich Olympic Center Regatta. The Elite competition will be accompanied by a cultural festival entitled “The Bishop” and a program of mass participation events, so that everyone feels part of the European Championships.