What to Watch This Weekend

June 4, 2021

A number of Team Scotland athletes are competing around the world this weekend – we spotlight three events to look out for.

The EuroHockey Championship 2021 takes place in Amsterdam, Netherlands from Saturday 5th – Sunday 13th June. Scotland Women face Spain, Ireland and the hosts in Pool A, with a 19-player squad selected for the tournament. Full competition info can be found here.

5th June 2021: Spain v Scotland 17:00 BST
7th June 2021: Ireland v Scotland 11:30 BST
9th June 2021: Netherlands v Scotland 19:00 BST

How to watch: Matches are being streamed live on EuroHockey TV

There are Olympic places on the line at the British Swimming Glasgow Meet, the final consideration event for those hoping to secure selection to Team GB for Tokyo. Some of the top names already selected will be using it as preparation, as will a host of athletes with their sights on the Paralympics.

With Tokyo preparations in mind, finals are in the morning sessions (starting at 10am), with heats hosted from 5.30pm in the evenings and junior races taking place in a mid-afternoon session.

How to watch: The meet runs until Sunday 6 June and is being live-streamed on the British Swimming YouTube channel

Lisbon will host the Rugby Europe Sevens Championship Series opener this weekend, with Scotland featuring in Pool C alongside Spain and Portugal.

Scotland’s team boasts a mix of experience and youth with Shona Campbell and Coreen Grant looking to receive their first Scotland 7s cap, while Megan Gaffney, Helen Nelson and Chloe Rollie are also named in the squad, having recently returned from GB Sevens training camp.

5 June 2021: Scotland v Portugal 10:44 BST

5 June 2021: Scotland v Spain 14:44 BST

How to watch: Matches will be streamed live on Rugby Europe TV

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