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Tokyo Olympic 2021 Football Schedule

Olympics 2021 Football Date & Time, Fixture, Schedule

Today I will talk about the football schedule for the Olympics 2021. We know that the magnificent Olympics 2021 is going to take place in Tokyo, Japan. Among the various popular sports of the Olympics, football has taken a special place among the spectators. So there is a little more curiosity among people around the world about football.

Football is currently the most popular sport in the world. So every time people have a different curiosity towards football in all the games of the Olympics. This time too he was no exception. Everyone is very interested to know about the football reality of the Tokyo Olympics 2021. Thinking about all these football-loving spectators, today I sat down to write about the Tokyo Olympics 2021 football schedule.

In addition to the football schedule, this article will answer all the questions about football at the Tokyo Olympics 2021. So if you read the article well, you will know about all the football-related issues of Tokyo Olympics 2021. So those who want to know more about Tokyo Olympics 2021 football please stay with us.

Tokyo Olympics 2021 Football Schedule
Tokyo Olympics 2021 Football Schedule

Olympics 2021 Football Schedule

The football event of the Tokyo Olympics 2021 will start from 21st July. And the Olympic 2021 football tournament will end on Saturday 7th August. However, there will be a break for several days between July 21 and August 7. The games will be played on July 21 (Wednesday) and July 22 (Thursday). But the game will be closed on Friday, July 23rd. The game will run again from July 24 to 25.

The next day, Monday, July 26, the game will be closed. Similarly, the game will resume on July 27 and 28. The next day, July 29, there will be a one-day break. After the break, the game will resume on July 30 and 31. There will be a break for one day on 1 August. The game will be played on August 2 and 3 and there will be a one-day break on August 4. All games will be completed between August 5, 6 and 7.

Date Day To Date Day
July 21 Wed To July 22 Thu
July 24 Sat To July 25 Sun
July 27 Tue To July 28 Wed
July 30 Fri To July 31 Sat
Aug 2 Mon To Aug 3 Tue
Aug 5 Thu To Aug 7 Sat

Tokyo Olympic 2021 Football Team List

The Tokyo Olympics 2021 football tournament is going to start with 16 teams. Among them are some very popular teams. Whose football game is eagerly awaited by spectators all over the world. It is usually because of these teams that people are attracted to Olympic football. Because the game of popular teams gives a lot of joy to football fans. Popular teams include Spain, France, Argentina, Brazil, Germany.

  1. Egypt 
  2. Spain
  3.  Mexico 
  4. France
  5. New Zealand 
  6. Korea Republic
  7. Ivory Coast
  8. Saudi Arabia
  9. Argentina
  10. Australia
  11. Japan
  12. South Africa
  13. Honduras
  14. Romania
  15. Brazil
  16. Germany

Tokyo Olympic 2021 Football Groups

Each of the 16 teams was grouped with four teams each. The group is made up of Japan, South Africa, Mexico and France. Group B is made up of New Zealand, Republic of Korea, Honduras and Romania. Group C is also made up of Spain, Argentina and Australia. The latest group hole is Group D. Brazil, Germany, Ivory Coast and Saudi Arabia. The groups below are expressed in group form.

Group A: Japan, South Africa, Mexico, France.

Group B: New Zealand, Korea Republic, Honduras, Romania.

Group C: Egypt, Spain, Argentina, Australia.

Group D: Brazil, Germany, Ivory Coast, Saudi Arabia.

Olympic 2021 Football Fixture

21 July to 22 July , This is Indian time standard. if you adjust the time from Bangladesh please add 30 minuets. Another country people please convert IST to your time standard.

1.00PM

Egypt

vs

Spain

1.30 PM

Mexico

vs

France

1.30 PM

New Zealand

vs

South Korea

2.00 PM

Brazil

vs

Germany

4.00 PM

Argentina

vs

Australia

4.30 PM

Honduras U23

vs

Romania U23

4.30P M

Japan U23

vs

South Africa U23

5.00 PM

Ivory Coast U23

vs

Saudi Arabia U23

24 July to 25 July

1.00PM

Egypt

vs

Argentina

1.30 PM

France

vs

South Africa

1.30 PM

New Zealand

vs

Honduras

2.00 PM

Brazil

vs

Ivory Coast

4.00 PM

Australia

vs

Spain

4.30 PM

Japan

vs

Mexico

4.30P M

Romania

vs

South Korea

5.00 PM

Saudi Arabia

vs

Germany

27 July to 28 July

1.00PM

Germany

vs

Ivory Coast

1.30 PM

Saudi Arabia

vs

Brazil

1.30 PM

Romania

vs

New Zealand

2.00 PM

South Korea

vs

Honduras

4.00 PM

Australia

vs

Egypt

4.30 PM

Spain

vs

Argentina

4.30P M

France

vs

Japan U23

5.00 PM

South Africa

vs

Mexico U23

Argentina, Brazil, France, Spain, Mexico Squad

Now we will discuss some of the popular team squads. We know that the football tournament of Tokyo Olympics 2021 is going to start with 16 teams. We will provide you with some popular team squads. It is not possible to provide squads for all teams. Because if you provide a squad for all the teams, the article will be much bigger. That’s why we’re only giving you a few big team squads. Usually people are curious to know these. There is very little interest in learning about other teams. I hope that when I write the next article, I will try to inform you about the squads of other teams.

Argentina Squad

Goalkeepers: Joaquin Blazquez, Lautaro Morales,Jeremias Ledesma.
Defencers: Hernan de la Fuente, Marcelo Herrera, Nehuen Perez, Leonel Mosevich, Facundo Medina, Nazareno Colombo, Claudio Bravo.
Midfielders: Fausto Vera, Santiago Colombatto, Tomas Belmonte, Martin Payero, Alexis Mac Allister, Ezequiel Barco, Thiago almada.
Forwards: Carlos Valenzeula, Pedro De la Vega, Agustin Urzi, Adolfo Gaich, Ezequiel Ponce

Brazil Squad

Goalkeepers: Brenno, Lucao, Santos
Defencers: Nino, Ricardo Graca, Guilherme Arana, Gabriel Menino, Dani Alves, Carlos, Vinicius, Bruno Fuchs.
Midfielders: Matheus Henrique, Bruno Guimaraes, Douglas Luiz, Claudinho, Reinier, Douglas Augusto.
Forwards: Gabriel Martinelli, Paulinho, Richarlison, Matheus Cunha, Antony.

France Squad

Goalkeepers: G. Larssonneur, P. Bernardoni.
Defenders: B. Badiashile, A. Caci, P. Kalulu, C. Michelin, W. Saliba, M. Sarr.
Midfielders: E. Camavinga, M. Caqueret, J. Ikone, T. Savanier, F. Thauvin, L. Tousart.
Forwards: Andre-Pierre Gignac, A. Gouiri, R. Kolo Muani, A. Nordin.

Spain Squad

Goalkeepers: Alex Dominguez, Alvaro Fernandes, Unai Simon.
Defenders: Eric Garcia, Juan Miranda, Oscar Mingueza, Oscar Gil, Pau Torres, Jesus Vallejo.
Midfielders: Pedri, Bryan Gil, Martin Zubimendi, Marc Cucurella, Jon Moncayola, Dani Olmo, Carlos Soler, Dani Ceballos, Mikel Merino, Marco Asensio.
Forwards: Javi Puado, Rafa Mir, Mikel Oyarzabal.

Mexico Squad

Goalkeepers: Guillermo Ochoa (America), Sebastian Jurado (Cruz Azul), Luis Malagon (Necaxa)
Defenders: Luis Romo (Cruz Azul), Cesar Montes (Monterrey), Johan Vasquez (Pumas), Jesus Alberto Angulo (Atlas), Jorge Sanchez (America), Vladimir Loroña (Tijuana), Adrian Mora (FC Juarez)
Midfielders: Diego Lainez (Betis), Sebastian Cordova (America), Carlos Rodriguez (Monterrey),Roberto Alvarado (Cruz Azul), Uriel Antuna (Chivas), Joaquin Esquivel (FC Juarez), Fernando Beltran (Chivas), Erick Aguirre (Pachuca), Jesus Ricardo Angulo (Chivas)
Forwards: Henry Martin (America), Alexis Vega (Chivas), Eduardo Aguirre (Santos)

Olympic Football Champion History

Before learning about the Tokyo Olympics 2021 football event we should know about the past history of the Olympics. Because the popular teams of other football events did not make much history in the Olympics. On the other hand, the teams that made the history of the Olympics are not very popular. Today we will discuss what kind of performance or history a team has made in Olympic football.

We give more encouragement to popular teams like Brazil, Argentina, France etc. But an analysis of the history of the Olympics shows that all these teams did not enrich the Olympics very much. On the contrary, all the teams that we have never been enthusiastic about have enriched their history by playing Olympic football.

Great Britain and Hungary have won gold three times in the history of Olympic football. Argentina and Uruguay have won gold twice. Also big teams like Brazil Mexico Spain France Italy have been able to win gold only once.

Brazil, Denmark and Yugoslavia are ahead in winning silver in the Olympics. Brazil, Denmark and Yugoslavia have won silver three times. In addition, the other teams have a record of only one silver win.

Leading the bronze are the Soviet Union and the Netherlands. These two teams have won bronze three times. Other teams have won bronze only once.

Games

Gold Medal

Silver Medal

Bronze Medal

2016 Rio

Brazil (BRA)

Germany (GER)

Nigeria (NGR)

2012 London

Mexico (MEX)

Brazil (BRA)

South Korea (KOR)

2008 Beijing

Argentina (ARG)

Nigeria (NGR)

Brazil (BRA)

2004 Athens

Argentina (ARG)

Paraguay (PAR)

Italy (ITA)

2000 Sydney

Cameroon (CMR)

Spain (ESP)

Chile (CHI)

1996 Atlanta

Nigeria (NGR)

Argentina (ARG)

Brazil (BRA)

1992 Barcelona

Spain (ESP)

Poland (POL)

Ghana (GHA)

1988 Seoul

Soviet Union (URS)

Brazil (BRA)

West Germany (FRG)

1984 Los Angeles

France (FRA)

Brazil (BRA)

Yugoslavia (YUG)

1980 Moscow

Czechoslovakia (TCH)

East Germany (GDR)

Soviet Union (URS)

1976 Montreal

East Germany (GDR)

Poland (POL)

Soviet Union (URS)

1972 Munich

Poland (POL)

Hungary (HUN)

Soviet Union (URS)

1968 Mexico City

Hungary (HUN)

Bulgaria (BUL)

Japan (JPN)

1964 Tokyo

Hungary (HUN)

Czechoslovakia (TCH)

Germany (EUA)

1960 Rome

Yugoslavia (YUG)

Denmark (DEN)

Hungary (HUN)

1956 Melbourne

Soviet Union (URS)

Yugoslavia (YUG)

Bulgaria (BUL)

1952 Helsinki

Hungary (HUN)

Yugoslavia (YUG)

Sweden (SWE)

1948 London

Sweden (SWE)

Yugoslavia (YUG)

Denmark (DEN)

1936 Berlin

Italy (ITA)

Austria (AUT)

Norway (NOR)

1928 Amsterdam

Uruguay (URU)

Argentina (ARG)

Italy (ITA)

1924 Paris

Uruguay (URU)

Switzerland (SUI)

Sweden (SWE)

1920 Antwerp

Belgium (BEL)

Spain (ESP)

Netherlands (NED)

1912 Stockholm

Great Britain (GBR)

Denmark (DEN)

Netherlands (NED)

1908 London

Great Britain (GBR)

Denmark (DEN)

Netherlands (NED)

1904 St. Louis

Canada (CAN)

United States (USA)

United States (USA)

1900 Paris

Great Britain (GBR)

France (FRA)

Belgium (BEL)

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