Never has a Euros tournament covered three time zones. From London and Baku, Rome to Copenhagen, this summer’s competition is set to deliver a unique international football tournament that spans 11 cities across the continent.
But keeping track of which games are being played where, doesn’t have to be difficult. Click on the links below to check out the full Euros dates, groups and venues throughout the 51-game tournament. Discover where your team is playing next, learn about each unique Euros stadium and plan your viewing schedule to perfection.
The Euros times and dates have been organised to fit into broadcast schedules across Europe. That means during the group stage, fans will be able to watch and bet on up to four games per day. This festival of football starts on 11 June and lasts for exactly a month before the final at Wembley Stadium. The 24 teams at the Euros are split into six groups of four, and each team plays their group opponents once. The group winners and runner-ups, plus the four best third-placed teams, advance to the knockout stage, which begins at the round-of-16. Knockout games are played over a single leg and the two semi-finals and final will be staged in London.
Each team competing at the Euros will earn a minimum £7.9m (€9.5m) in prize money. What’s more, the eventual Euros winners could claim as much as £29m (€34m) if they win all their matches. This may sound like a lot but compare that to the +£100m Champions League winners earn in a single season and you’ll realise just how lucrative the club game is compared to the international stage.
If you want to know more about each team competing at the tournament this summer, as well as the Euros dates to look out for, then click on your chosen nation profile below. Here you can find all the latest Euros fixtures, kick-off times, venues and football odds associated with each team. Plan how to watch the Euros and work out your betting strategy with our latest news and live match info.