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Olympic Games Tokyo News & Results

Olympic games Tokyo

Tokyo 2021 – Live Results, News & Fixtures

Olympic Games Tokyo 🏆 – Dates: Friday, July 23, 2021 – Sun, August 08, 2021; Live Text at FootballBetExpert

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Olympic Games

Let the games—finally begin – The Olympic Games are the world’s only truly global, multi-sport, celebratory athletics competition. With more than 200 countries participating in over 400 events across the Summer and Winter Games, the Olympics are where the world comes to compete, feel inspired, and be together.

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Before the Opening Ceremony on the evening of Friday, 23 July, we’ll have all the action from the four sports that begin competition prior – softball, football, archery, and rowing.

And, from the Ceremony onwards, we’ll be here 24 hours a day until the end of the Closing Ceremony with every event, all the athlete reaction, as well as all the great content we have on FootballBetExpert.com.

07 August 2021 ➡ Men‘s Soccer Finals at Yokohama:

  • Spain  🆚 Brazil  ➡ 1-1 (1-2 after extra time)

Brazil retained their Olympic football title with substitute Malcom scoring an extra-time winner in a 2-1 victory over Spain in Saturday’s men’s final game.

06 August 2021 ➡ Men’s Soccer Bronze medal match

  • Mexico 🆚 Japan  ➡ 3-1 

Mexico wins its second Olympic medal in soccer. With a 3-1 victory over Japan, the Tricolor takes bronze at Tokyo 2020.

03 August 2021 ➡ Men‘s Soccer Semi Finals :

  • Spain  🆚 Japan   ➡ 1-0
  • Brazil  🆚 Mexico ➡ 0-0 (4-1 (after penalties)

31 JUL 2021 ➡ Men‘s Soccer Quarter Finals :

  • South Korea  🆚 Mexico   ➡ 3-6
  • Brazil  🆚 Egypt ➡ 1-0
  • Japan  🆚 New Zealand ➡ 4-2 (After penalties)
  • Spain 🆚 Cote d’Ivoire ➡ 5-2

28 JUL 2021 ➡ Men‘s Soccer

  • Germany 🆚 Cote d’Ivoire   ➡ 1-1
  • Mexico  🆚 South Africa ➡ 3-0
  • South Korea 🆚 Honduras ➡ 6-0
  • Spain 🆚 Argentina ➡ 1-1
  • Brazil 🆚 Saudi Arabia ➡ 3-1
  • France 🆚 Japan  ➡ 0-4
  • Romania 🆚 New Zealand ➡ 0-0
  • Australia 🆚 Egypt ➡ 0-2

25 JUL 2021 ➡ Men‘s Soccer

  • Germany 🆚 Saudi Arabia  ➡ 3-2
  • Mexico  🆚 Japan ➡ 1 -2
  • South Korea 🆚 Romania ➡ 4-0
  • Spain 🆚 Australia ➡ 1-0
  • Brazil 🆚 Cote d’Ivoire ➡ 0-0 
  • France 🆚 South Africa  ➡ 4-3
  • Honduras 🆚 New Zealand ➡ 3-2
  • Argentina 🆚 Egypt ➡ 1-0

21 JUL 2021 ➡ Men‘s Soccer

Romania have beaten Honduras 1-0, with the only goal of the game coming in the first half through a Elvin Oliva own goal.

Romania and New Zealand now sit joint top of Group B on three points in the men’s competition.

Brazil beats Germany 4-2

Well, that was end to end wasn’t it? Barely had a moment to think!

They made hard work of it in the second half, especially as Germany went down to 10 men yet managed to pull it to 3-2, but that sublime finish from Paulinho in extra time means Brazil’s men get their Tokyo 2020 campaign underway with a win.

One other cool stat from this game: Richarlison is the first Premier League player to score a hat-trick at the Olympic Games.

  • Cote d’Ivoire 🆚 Saudi Arabia  ➡ 1-1 
  • Mexico  🆚 France ➡ 4-1
  • South Korea 🆚 New Zealand ➡ 0-1
  • Egypt🆚 Spain ➡ 0-0
  • Argentina 🆚 Australia ➡ 0-2  
  • Japan 🆚 South Africa  ➡ 1-0
  • Honduras 🆚 Romania ➡ 0-1
  • Brazil 🆚 Germany ➡ 4-2

21 JUL 2021 ➡ Women’s Soccer

Sweden beats the U.S., the gold medal favorite, in their women’s soccer opener : Women’s Group G Final >>

  • Sweden 🆚 U.S. ➡ 3-0 
  • China 🆚 Brazil ➡ 0-5
  • Australia 🆚 New Zealand ➡ 2-1
  • Netherlands 🆚 Zambia ➡ 10-3
  • Japan 🆚 Canada➡ 1-1 
  • Great Britain  🆚 Chile ➡ 2-0


Japan softball team opens the Olympics competitions in style with 8-1 victory against Australia

  • Japan 🆚 Australia ➡ 8-1
  • Italy 🆚  U.S. ➡ 0-2
  • Mexico 🆚 Canada ➡ 0-4

The opening ceremony is due to take place on Friday 23 July. However, some events will be held before then:

  • Wednesday 21 July: baseball/softball, women’s football
  • Thursday 22 July: baseball/softball, men’s football

Archery and rowing events will also be held on the day of the opening ceremony.

See full statistics from Olympic Games 2021  HERE

Olympic Games News & Fixtures

The Olympic Games are back this year and will get underway in Tokyo later this month.

Originally due to be held in 2020, the event was postponed amid the disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic, which brought plans for large gatherings and events to a standstill.

Despite the break to the traditional four-year Olympic cycle, you may still see the Games being referred to as Tokyo 2020.

There will be 33 competitions and 339 events across 42 venues.

As the world gears up for one of the biggest sporting events on the planet, here’s what you need to know.

Can I get tickets to the Olympic Games in Tokyo?

Unfortunately no overseas spectators will be allowed to watch the Games in person, due to COVID restrictions.

It certainly will feel different not hearing the crowds burst into thunderous applause at the twists and tumbles of the gymnasts and the lightning speed of the athletes across track and field.

Are there any changes or new sports added to the Olympics this year?

Wrestling, baseball/softball, karate, skateboarding, surfing and sport climbing are being added for the 2020 Olympics.

How do I watch and where can i bet on the Olympic Games?

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Finally, you can find full schedule for the Olympic Games HERE 

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Where are the 2021 Olympics?

There are 42 Olympic venues spread across Japan. Here is a complete list along with the sports that will take place there.

Venue Events
Olympic Stadium Opening/Closing Ceremonies, Track & Field, Soccer
Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium Table Tennis
Yoyogi National Stadium Handball
Nippon Budokan Judo, Karate
Tokyo International Forum Weightlifting
Kokugikan Arena Boxing
Equestrian Park Equestrian
Musashino Forest Sport Plaza Badminton, Pentathlon
Tokyo Stadium Soccer, Pentathlon, Rugby
Ariake Arena Indoor Volleyball
Ariake Gymnastics Centre Gymnastics
Ariake Urban Sports Park Cycling, BMX Racing/Freestyle, Skateboarding
Ariake Tennis Park Tennis
Odaiba Marine Park Marathon Swimming, Triathlon
Shiokaze Park Beach Volleyball
Aomi Urban Sports Park 3-on-3 Basketball, Sport Climbing
Oi Hockey Stadium Field Hockey
Sea Forest Cross-Country Course Equestrian — Eventing, Cross Country
Sea Forest Waterway Canoe Sprint, Rowing
Kasai Canoe Slalom Centre Canoe Slalom
Yumenoshima Park Archery Field Archery
Tokyo Aquatics Centre Swimming, Artistic Swimming, Diving
Tatsumi Water Polo Centre Water Polo
Asaka Shooting Range Shooting
Musashinonomori Park Cycling Road
Sapporo Odori Park Marathon, Race Walking
Makuhari Messe Hall Fencing, Taekwondo, Wrestling
Tsurigasaki Surfing Beach Surfing
Saitama Super Arena Basketball
Kasumigaseki Country Club Golf
Enoshima Yacht Harbour Sailing
Izu Velodrome and MTB Course Cyling Track, Mountain Bike
Fuji International Speedway Cycling Road
Fukushima Azuma Baseball Stadium Baseball, Softball
Yokohama Baseball Stadium Baseball, Softball
Sapporo Dome Soccer
Miyagi Stadium Soccer
Ibaraki Kashima Stadium Soccer
Saitama Stadium Soccer
International Stadium Yokohama Soccer

What sports will be played in the Tokyo Olympics?

The 2021 Summer Olympics were set to have 339 events in 33 different sports, including:

  • Swimming
  • Water polo
  • Artistic swimming
  • Diving
  • Surfing
  • Rowing
  • Sailing
  • Canoeing
  • Archery
  • Shooting
  • Athletics (track and field, javelin, hurdles, hammer throws, etc.)
  • Triathlon
  • Modern pentathlon
  • Weightlifting
  • Badminton
  • Baseball/Softball
  • Basketball
  • Football
  • Golf
  • Field hockey
  • Volleyball
  • Tennis
  • Table tennis
  • Handball
  • Rowing
  • BMX racing
  • BMX freestyle
  • Mountain biking
  • Road cycling
  • Track cycling
  • Skateboarding
  • Equestrian (eventing, jumping, dressage)
  • Gymnastics (artistic, rhythmic, trampoline)
  • Judo
  • Karate
  • Taekwondo
  • Wrestling
  • Boxing
  • Sport climbing

Who is the mascot for the 2020 Olympics?

The 2020 Olympics mascot is Miraitowa. Miraitowa’s name comes from the Japanese words for “future” and “eternity.” Miraitowa has cat-like ears and anime-style features, with a dark blue pattern on its body reminiscent of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics emblem.

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