Euro 2020 knockout fixtures and schedule – final details
We bring you all the confirmed Euro 2020 fixtures as the tournament progresses through the knockout stages.
This summer's Euro 2020 fixtures all boil down to one final 90-minute pulse-raiser for England fans as they watch their side go up against Italy in the Euro 2020 final.
A grand total of 50 games have been played in the tournament so far and the Three Lions will now play in the very last game having made it through to their first major final in 55 years.
The Germany game was a tense encounter, the trip to Rome to face Ukraine was thrilling and the narrow win over Denmark was cagey – so expect the final to be nail-biting.
There's no doubt about it, Italy will be their biggest test of the tournament so far, but in front of 60,000 fans roaring them on at Wembley, England supporters can continue to believe.
Put simply, this is the biggest opportunity England have been afforded to win a major tournament in a generation. Can Harry Kane, Raheem Sterling, Harry Maguire and more step up to deliver? A nation expects.
Fans can check out all the details below for what is sure to be a chaotic end to a dramatic tournament.
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Euro 2020 knockout fixtures
The knockout stages have seen 16 teams whittled down to just two: England and Italy.
After two tense semi-finals – Italy v Spain and England v Denmark – it all comes down to this: the Three Lions' first major tournament final since 1966.
The showpiece game takes place this weekend, so strap yourselves in.
All times are UK time
Sunday 11th July
Italy v England (8pm) – BBC One / BBC iPlayer / ITV / ITV Hub
When is Euro 2020 knockout stage?
The knockouts began on Saturday 26th June 2021 and run until the final on Sunday 11th July 2021.
The knockout stage included the quarter-finals and semi-finals, as well as the final which will take place at Wembley Stadium in London.
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Who got through from each group?
The top two teams from each group progress to the knockout stages, along with the top four third-place finishers who really were jostling for the spot until the last minute.
Portugal survived the 'Group of Death' to rank among the top of the third-place teams, followed by Czech Republic, Switzerland and Ukraine.
The nations advancing from each group include:
Group A: Italy, Wales, Switzerland
Group B: Belgium, Denmark
Group C: Netherlands, Austria, Ukraine
Group D: England, Croatia, Czech Republic
Group E: Sweden, Spain
Group F: France, Germany, Portugal
Euro 2020 route to the final
Euro 2020 was stirred up once the group stages finished with an unpredictable knockout phase set up by the algorithms that calculated the best third-place teams.
The addition of those four teams and the stacked nature of Group F meant there was a raised chance of an imbalanced Round of 16, and that's exactly what we got.
Belgium, France, Spain, Italy and Portugal were all cramped onto one half of the draw while England, Germany and Netherlands had room to breathe on the other.
Stunningly, the majority of those teams mentioned have been unceremoniously dumped from the tournament.
Southgate's men will play Italy in the final after beating Denmark in the semi-final.
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