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Tokyo Olympics football fixtures and results: Full semi-final schedule with Brazil and Spain bidding for gold


IF Euro 2020 wasn't exciting enough, there's plenty more football at the Tokyo Olympics.

But Team GB are out of the women's competition after losing their quarter-final with Australia.


What are the Olympic football groups?

The men's competition consists of sixteen teams split up four by four per group and the women's competition will consist of 12 teams split up in three groups.

Men's groups

  • Group A: Japan, South Africa, Mexico, France
  • Group B: New Zealand, South Korea, Honduras, Romania
  • Group C: Egypt, Spain, Argentina, Australia
  • Group D: Brazil, Germany, Ivory Coast, Saudi Arabia

Women's groups

The GB Women's team qualified for the Olympics by virtue of England's performance at the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup, when they finished fourth in France.

Defending champions Germany will not field a women's side at the Olympics after they lost their World Cup quarter-final to Sweden.

And unlike the men's event - which is an under-23 tournament - the Olympics is one of women's football's biggest events, with no age restrictions.

Olympic football fixtures in full

Games in the same group are being played two at a time in various stadia, so second kick-off times are approximate.

Wednesday July 21 - Women

Thursday July 22 - Men

Saturday July 24 - Women

Sunday July 25 - Men

Tuesday July 27 - Women

Wednesday July 28 - Men

Friday July 30 - Women's quarter-finals

Saturday July 31 - Men's quarter-finals

Monday August 2 - Women's semi-finals

Tuesday August 3 - Men's semi-finals

Thursday August 5 - Women

Friday August 6 - Women and Men

Saturday August 7 - Men

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