The Euros this summer are set to feature drama, passion and pain as 24 nations compete to be crowned champions of Europe. There are a staggering 51 games to follow across June and July and you can check out every Euros fixture right here! See below our Euros schedule and plan your calendar all the way to the final.


Wembley Stadium – London





Wembley Stadium – London


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The Euros kick off on 11 June with a clash between Turkey and Italy in Rome. Over the proceeding fortnight every team will play three group games, which will culminate in 16 nations advancing to the knockout stage. Games are being distributed across the continent, which means that this tournament will span three time zones and some days will feature four live games.

Group games will kick off in one of three time slots: 2pm, 5pm or 8pm (BST). They take place across all 11 Euros stadiums and for some teams such as England and Denmark, they will play all their group fixtures at their ‘home’ stadium. All games are on TV and you can also check out full kick off times, venues, teams, live odds and the latest news on every fixture by clicking on the relevant clash above.

Unfortunately for Hungary they have been drawn in what is considered the Group of Death, alongside Germany, Portugal and France. The nature of the Euros draw means one of the early favourites could easily exit the tournament at the group stage.

Eight venues will stage last-16 knockout games, while the Euros quarter final fixtures will take place in four cities: Munich, Rome, St Petersburg and Baku. This will be the last time these venues stage a fixture, after which the focus moves to England and Wembley Stadium, which will host the Euros semi finals and final. So, be sure to check back here as the tournament progresses to find the latest Euro games schedule!

Because of the nature of the pan-European tournament taking place during the coronavirus pandemic, most teams will remain based in their own countries and fly out to games. However, Croatia, Finland and Poland are just some of the teams who have decided to base themselves in host cities where they will play their group games. Wales and Turkey, meanwhile, have set up camp 3000 miles away in Baku, where they will each play two group matches.