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Tokyo Olympics 2020 Men’s football tournament: Fixtures and schedule

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The National Stadium was used as the main stadium for the Tokyo 1964 Olympic Games, and is currently being rebuilt as a brand new stadium for the Tokyo 2020

The XXXII Summer Olympic Games will be held in the Japanese capital city of Tokyo from July 23 – August 8, 2021. This is the world’s largest sporting competition, in which about 11,000 athletes from more than 200 countries are expected to participate. 

The men’s Olympic football tournament of the Tokyo 2020 Games will take place from 22 July to 7 August 2021 across six Japanese cities. Here you can find the schedule.

Group A

July 22, 13:30 ISTMexico U23 vs France U23
July 22, 16:30 ISTJapan U23 vs South Africa U23
July 25, 13:30 ISTFrance U23 vs South Africa U23
July 25, 16:30 ISTJapan U23 vs Mexico U23
July 28, 13:30 ISTFrance U23 – Japan U23
July 28, 16:30 ISTSouth Africa U23 vs Mexico U23

Group B

July 22, 13:30 ISTNew Zealand U23 – South Korea U23
July 22, 16:30 ISTHonduras U23 – Romania U23
July 25, 13:30 ISTNew Zealand U23 – Honduras U23
July 25, 16:30 ISTRomania U23 – South Korea U23
July 28, 14:00 ISTSouth Korea U23 – Honduras U23
July 28, 14:00 ISTRomania U23 vs New Zealand U23

Group C

July 22, 13:00 ISTEgypt U23 – Spain U23
July 22, 16:00 ISTArgentina U23 vs Australia U23
July 25, 13:00 ISTEgypt U23 – Argentina U23
July 25, 16:00 ISTAustralia U23 – Spain U23
July 28, 16:30 ISTAustralia U23 – Egypt U23
July 28, 16:30 ISTSpain U23 vs Argentina U23

Group D

July 22, 14:00 ISTCote d’Ivoire U23 vs Saudi Arabia U23
July 22, 17:00 ISTBrazil U23 vs Germany U23
July 25, 14:00 ISTBrazil U23 – Cote d’Ivoire U23
July 25, 17:00 ISTSaudi Arabia U23 vs Germany U23
July 28, 13:30 ISTGermany U23 vs Cote d’Ivoire U23
July 28, 13:30 ISTSaudi Arabia U23 vs Brazil U23

Play-offs

  • The 1/4 finals will take place on July 31.
  • The 1/2 finals will take place on August 3 at 13:30 and 16:30 IST.
  • Match for the Bronze – August, 6 at 16:30 IST.
  • The final will be played on August, 7, 17:00 IST at International Stadium Yokohama.

Here is the full list of stadiums to be used at the Olympic games for football: 

Tokyo National Stadium (Tokyo) – 60,000
Tokyo Stadium (Chofu, Tokyo Metropolis) – 48,000
Saitama Stadium (Saitama) – 62,000
International Stadium (Yokohama) – 70,000
Ibaraki Kashima Stadium (Kashima) – 42,000
Miyagi Stadium (Rifu) – 48,000
Sapporo Dome (Sapporo) – 42,000

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  • There is a state of emergency in Tokyo due to the coronavirus. It was enforced on July 12 and will last until August 22.

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