Today’s the day football really could be coming home.


England face off against Italy at Wembley in front of 60,000 fans – and the rest of the world watching – aiming to win their first major trophy since 1966.

Either Harry Kane or Giorgio Chiellini will be lifting the trophy come the end of tonight and England fans will either be partying into the night or drowning their sorrows.

A tactical battle between two world class managers is set to ensue in the final of this summer's Euro 2020 fixtures, with both teams aiming to get the job done inside 90 minutes to avoid any extra-time and penalties torment.

Millions will be tuning in to watch on BBC and ITV, with the broadcasters splitting the rights for the prestigious international football tournament. brings you the full Euro 2020 on TV guide including kick-off times, channel details and more, with fresh match previews updated throughout the tournament. Plus, find out the history and reasons behind why there is no Euro 2020 third place play-off and check out Italy v England's head-to-head record ahead of the final.

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Euro 2020 on TV

Every game has been shown live across BBC and ITV, with each of their main TV channels broadcasting every match live for free.

They have also been available on BBC iPlayer and ITV Hub so you didn't have to miss a moment, even on the move. Today, for one last time this summer, it all goes again.

All times are UK time


Sunday 11th July

Italy v England (8pm) – BBC One / BBC iPlayer / ITV / ITV Hub

What games have been played so far?

This tournament has been up there with the most unpredictable in modern history as the entire 'Group of Death' was dumped out of the tournament before the quarter-finals.

World champions France fell in a penalty shootout to neutral neighbours Switzerland after a dramatic 3-3 draw, while reigning European champions Portugal were bested by Belgium, and Germany were put to the sword by England.

Italy have looked to be among the most organised teams, but even they struggled to overcome Austria on the first day of the knockout rounds.

The Round of 16 was a sight to behold, with major shocks, floods of goals and an abundance of last-minute winners and equalisers to flip games on their head.

The games wrapped up with arguably the most dramatic goal of them all as Ukraine netted in the 121st minute – stoppage time at the end of extra time – to defeat Sweden before the game was dragged to a penalty shootout.

The blockbuster quarter-final stage saw England secure a crushing win against Ukraine, while Denmark beat Czech Republic to the semi-final by a fine margin.

Italy defeated Spain on penalties to reach the final before England needed extra time against Denmark to book their place at Wembley for Sunday's showpiece.

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