Sweden will take on Colombia in a Group B clash of the Rio 2016 Olympics men's football match at the Arena da Amazonia on Thursday, 4 August. It will be the first match for the two sides and also the first time they are competing in the Olympics since 1992.

This is only the second time that the Sweden national team are participating in the Olympics having crashed out of the quarter-final stage to Australia in 1992. Since then they have missed five years on the trot and will be looking to redeem themselves after an underwhelming European Championship campaign, where they could not qualify out of the group stages.

Colombia are in a similar situation as Sweden, having not made the Olympics in over two decades. They were eliminated from the group stages on each of the four occasions they played the Olympics and are desperately searching for their first knock-out show.

Where to watch live

Kick-off is set for 11pm BST. The football matches of the Rio 2016 Olympics will be telecast live on BBC One, BBC Four and Red Button in the United Kingdom. In addition to this, there will be up to 24 HD video streams to follow the event on desktop, mobile and tabs.

Below is a list of TV channels that would air the game around the world:

United KingdomBBC
AlgeriabeIN Sports Arabia
BrazilFox Sports Brazil
ChileESPN, Fox Sports
ColombiaESPN, Fox Sports
Costa RicaESPN
FranceFrance 4, Foot+
HondurasClaro Sports
Hong KongTVB Sport
IrelandLFC TV
ItalyPremium Sport HD
Middle EastbeIN Sports Arabia
New ZealandSKY GO NZ
NorwayTV2 Sumo
PortugalSport TV3
SpainTVE La 1, TDP
United StatesUSA Network, NBC Sports