In case you live in the United States, and you are eager to follow the second largest soccer event, WatchESPN has you covered. As often with European events, the games are happening during US daytime – ideal for desktop and mobile consumption.

ESPN designed a Euro 2012 specific studio set, and its coverage will include commentary from German soccer star Michael Ballack.

A very exciting month for soccer fans, with ESPN’s commercials preparing for the event. Will EURO 2012 be another record online video traffic event?

In case you are interested in the technology behind this, read more about the AIR for Android WatchESPN application, and the World Cup event with WatchESPN‘s desktop player.

But enough tech talk, it’s time to enjoy the Euro 2012 group games starting today on WatchESPN.com.