Following its record coverage last summer of 3 top international tournaments from Germany, Columbia and Argentina, TLN continues its longstanding tradition of broadcasting the world’s biggest international soccer tourneys, with multilingual, multichannel coverage of Europe’s top tournament, UEFA EURO 2012, being held in Poland and Ukraine from June 8-July 1. Matches will air in Italian and Spanish across TLN’s family of channels including main flagship channel, TLN Telelatino, and all Spanish language channel TLN en Español.
Celebrate the tournament ‘fanatic style!’ and revel in the energy and excitement of the Italian play-by-play and colour commentary featuring Tuscany’s own Antonio Giorgi returning after his widely praised coverage of the 2011 FIFA U20 World Cup Colombia) and Canada’s renowned soccer analyst and TLN host Alf DeBlasis. Explosive Spanish commentary features ESPN Deportes network’s world renowned announcers including former Mexican international footballer José Antonio Noriega, sportscaster Jorge Ramos and World Cup Argentinean champion Mario Kempes.
Venue for three group games, a quarter-final and a semi, Donetsk lies at the heart of Ukraine's coal mining region, home to slag heaps, socialist sculptures, a Silver Voice and Lily Pod.close
Napoleon said Gdansk was "key to everything" and history has borne that out: the Solidarity trade union, whose opposition led to the end of Communist rule, started in the pretty coastal city.close
The engine room of agricultural Ukraine, Kharkiv was the birthplace of Soviet nuclear technology and is renowned for sporting excellence – it has produced more than 40 Olympic medalists.close
Described as the "joy of the world" by medieval chroniclers, Kyiv has emerged from its tumultuous past as a vibrant, arresting modern city with an obvious passion for sport.close
The very definition of Ukrainian during its dramatic history, charming Lviv is just 70km from the Polish border, with a coffee-house culture more akin to Austria and Hungary.close
Poznan translates as "one who is recognised" and, originally an island colony on the River Warta before spilling onto the mainland, the Stary Rynek ensures it remains centre of attention.close
Venue for the opening match at UEFA EURO 2012, Warsaw is known as the Phoenix City as spirited survival runs rich through its veins. Today it is once again a thriving capital.close
Pablo Picasso said the post-war reconstruction of Wroclaw was a powerful inspiration for him and you do not have to look far among the seven islands it is based on to see why.close