So far Euro 2020 has had it all – great goals, incredible comebacks, and a frankly alarming number of own goals – and as the tournament heads into its latter stages it's only a few days until we'll know which two nations will battle it out in Sunday's final.


England's hopes of making their first major final since their famous World Cup victory in 1966 remain very much alive after the Three Lions eased to a comfortable 4-0 victory against Ukraine, but they will face a tougher challenge in Wednesday's semi-final in the shape of Denmark.

The Danes have shown superb team spirit to bounce back from Christian Eriksen's horrific collapse in their first match against Finland and have now enjoyed three victories on the trot – hitting 10 goals in those three matches – and will no doubt pose a significant threat at Wembley.

Before that match there's an equally intriguing tie between Italy and Spain, with that match taking place on Tuesday, also at Wembley.

Italy have been arguably the stand-out team of the tournament so far, with their most recent match a mightily impressive 2-1 win over Belgium in the quarter-final, and Roberto Mancini's men will be hoping to continue their good form against the Spaniards.

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It's been a somewhat mixed tournament for Spain – they struggled to score in their first two matches against Sweden and Poland, drawing both, only to score ten goals in their next two games, including a memorable 5-3 win over Croatia after extra time.

They needed penalties to see off the challenge of ten-men Switzerland in their quarter-final and may need to up their game further if they are to match the Italians at Wembley.

The winner of each match will go on to the final, again at Wembley –and whichever teams make it through that looks set to be. a mouth-watering tie. brings you the full list of Euro 2020 fixtures taking place in the summer of 2021 with dates, times, group details and more.

Read more: our full guide to the schedule of Euro 2020 on TV.

When does Euro 2020 start and end?

The finals tournament started on Friday 11th June 2021 and runs until the final on Sunday 11th July 2021.

The dates almost perfectly align with the original tournament schedule which was supposed to be held in 2020.

Officials responded to the COVID-19 outbreak with a resolution to nudge the tournament back a year in order to cause minimal disruption to the existing world football calendar.

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Euro 2020 groups

Group A: Turkey, Italy, Wales, Switzerland

Group B: Denmark, Finland, Belgium, Russia

Group C: Netherlands, Ukraine, Austria, North Macedonia

Group D: England, Croatia, Scotland, Czech Republic

Group E: Spain, Sweden, Poland, Slovakia

Group F: Hungary, Portugal, France, Germany

Euro 2020 fixtures

All times are UK time



Tuesday 6th July

SF1: Italy v Spain (8pm)

Wednesday 7th July

SF2: England v Denmark (8pm)


Sunday 11th July

Winner of SF1 v Winner of SF2 (8pm)

Euro 2020 results

Friday 11th June

Group A: Turkey 0-3 Italy (8pm)

Saturday 12th June

Group A: Wales 1-1 Switzerland (2pm)

Group B: Denmark 0-1 Finland (5pm)

Group B: Belgium 3-0 Russia (8pm)

Sunday 13th June

Group D: England 1-0 Croatia (2pm)

Group C: Austria 3-1 North Macedonia (5pm)

Group C: Netherlands 3-2 Ukraine (8pm)

Monday 14th June

Group D: Scotland 0-2 Czech Republic (2pm)

Group E: Poland 1-2 Slovakia (5pm)

Group E: Spain 0-0 Sweden (8pm)

Tuesday 15th June

Group F: Hungary 0-3 Portugal (5pm)

Group F: France 1-0 Germany (8pm)

Wednesday 16th June

Group B: Finland 0-1 Russia (2pm)

Group A: Turkey 0-2 Wales (5pm)

Group A: Italy 3-0 Switzerland (8pm)

Thursday 17th June

Group C: Ukraine 2-1 North Macedonia (2pm)

Group B: Denmark 1-2 Belgium (5pm)

Group C: Netherlands 2-0 Austria (8pm)

Friday 18th June

Group E: Sweden 1-0 Slovakia (2pm)

Group D: Croatia 1-1 Czech Republic (5pm)

Group D: England 0-0 Scotland (8pm)

Saturday 19th June

Group F: Hungary 1-1 France (2pm)

Group F: Portugal 2-4 Germany (5pm)

Group E: Spain 1-1 Poland (8pm)

Sunday 20th June

Group A: Italy 1-0 Wales (5pm)

Group A: Switzerland 3-1 Turkey (5pm)

Monday 21st June

Group C: North Macedonia 0-3 Netherlands (5pm)

Group C: Ukraine 0-1 Austria (5pm)

Group B: Russia 1-4 Denmark (8pm)

Group B: Finland 0-2 Belgium (8pm)

Tuesday 22nd June

Group D: Czech Republic 0-1 England (8pm)

Group D: Croatia 3-1 Scotland (8pm)

Wednesday 23rd June

Group E: Slovakia 0-5 Spain (5pm)

Group E: Sweden 3-2 Poland (5pm)

Group F: Germany 2-2 Hungary (8pm)

Group F: Portugal 2-2 France (8pm)

Saturday 26th June

Group B: Wales 0-4 Denmark (5pm)

Group A: Italy 2-1 Austria (8pm)

Sunday 27th June

Netherlands 0-2 Czech Republic (5pm)

Belgium 1-0 Portugal (8pm)

Monday 28th June

Croatia 3-5 Spain (5pm)

France 3-3 Switzerland (8pm)

Tuesday 29th June

England 2-0 Germany (5pm)

Sweden 1-2 Ukraine (8pm)

Friday 2 July

Quarter-final 1: Switzerland 1-1 Spain (5pm)

Quarter-final 2: Belgium 1-2 Italy (6pm)

Saturday 3 July

Quarter-final 3: Czech Republic 1-2 Denmark (5pm)

Quarter-final 4: Ukraine 0-4 England (8pm)

How to watch Euro 2020 on TV and live stream

Euro 2020 will be broadcast between BBC and ITV across their main TV channels.

Streaming options will be available on the BBC Sport website, BBC iPlayer and ITV Hub, meaning you can watch every minute of the action without paying a penny. Result!

Welsh language broadcaster S4C will also be showing live coverage of every Wales match.

Check out our Euro 2020 schedule TV guide for detailed channel information and keep returning to read our individual match previews as the tournament progresses for broadcast info, team news, score predictions and more.

Euro 2020 stadiums: What are the venues?

There are 11 host cities in all, across 11 different countries. There were initially going to be 12 cities involved, however Dublin were forced to withdraw after being unable to give assurances about crowd size at the games.

Every venue will be at least 25 per cent full for every game of the tournament.

  • Rome (Stadio Olimpico)
  • Baku (Olympic Stadium)
  • Saint Petersburg (St Petersburg Stadium)
  • Copenhagen (Parken Stadium)
  • Amsterdam (Johan Cruijff ArenA)
  • Bucharest (National Arena)
  • London (Wembley Stadium)
  • Glasgow (Hampden Park)
  • Bilbao (Estadio de San Mamés)
  • Munich (Fußball Arena München)
  • Budapest (Ferenc Puskás Stadium)

Check out our full guide to Euro 2020 stadiums including images, capacity details and more.

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