How to watch every Euro 2020 game on TV

The European Championships are finally underway, to the joy of pretty much anybody who has a vague interest in football.

24 teams are currently battling out to be crowned the best team on the continent, though sadly some of the biggest and best stadiums around Europe won’t be filled to capacity due to ongoing coronavirus restrictions.

It also means that fan park attendances have been scaled back, pubs aren’t as rammed as they once more and, as a result, more and more people are likely to watch Euro 2020 from the comfort of their own home.

With that being the case, it seems ever so appropriate to channel our inner Radio Times, providing you an all-singing, all-dancing guide to how you can watch every single game of Euro 2020 on TV…

*UK listings, also available online using iPlayer or ITV Hub.

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Friday 11 June

Group A – Turkey 0-3 Italy (BBC One & iPlayer, 8pm)

Saturday 12 June

Group A – Wales vs Switzerland (BBC One & iPlayer, 2pm)
Group B – Denmark vs Finland (BBC One & iPlayer, 5pm)
Group B – Belgium vs Russia (ITV & ITV Hub, 8pm)

Sunday 13 June

England trainingEngland training

England get their tournament underway against Croatia / JUSTIN TALLIS/Getty Images

Group D – England vs Croatia (BBC One & iPlayer, 2pm)
Group C – Austria vs North Macedonia (ITV & ITV Hub, 5pm)
Group C – Netherlands vs Ukraine (ITV & ITV Hub, 8pm)

Monday 14 June

Group D – Scotland vs Czech Republic (BBC One & iPlayer, 2pm)
Group E – Poland vs Slovakia (ITV & ITV Hub, 5pm)
Group E – Spain vs Sweden (BBC One & iPlayer, 8pm)

Tuesday 15 June

Group F – Hungary vs Portugal (ITV & ITV Hub, 5pm)
Group F – France vs Germany (ITV & ITV Hub, 8pm)

Wednesday 16 June

Italy national teamItaly national team

Italy dismantled Turkey in their opening game / Mike Hewitt/Getty Images

Group B – Finland vs Russia (BBC One & iPlayer, 2pm)
Group A – Turkey vs Wales (BBC One & iPlayer, 5pm)
Group A – Italy vs Switzerland (ITV & ITV Hub, 8pm)

Thursday 17 June

Group C – Ukraine vs North Macedonia (ITV & ITV Hub, 2pm)
Group B – Denmark vs Belgium (ITV & ITV Hub, 5pm)
Group C – Netherlands vs Austria (BBC One & iPlayer, 8pm)

Friday 18 June

Group E – Sweden vs Slovakia (BBC One & iPlayer, 2pm)
Group D – Croatia vs Czech Republic (BBC One & iPlayer, 5pm)
Group D – England vs Scotland (ITV & ITV Hub, 8pm)

Saturday 19 June

Karim Benzema, Didier DeschampsKarim Benzema, Didier Deschamps

Didier Deschamps is hoping the returning Karim Benzema can lead France to glory / FRANCK FIFE/Getty Images

Group F – Hungary vs France (BBC One & iPlayer, 2pm)
Group F – Portugal vs Germany (ITV & ITV Hub, 5pm)
Group E – Spain vs Poland (BBC One & iPlayer, 8pm)

Sunday 20 June

Group A – Italy vs Wales (ITV & ITV Hub, 5pm)
Group A – Switzerland vs Turkey (ITV 4 & ITV Hub, 5pm)

Monday 21 June

Group C – North Macedonia vs Netherlands (ITV & ITV Hub, 5pm)
Group C – Ukraine vs Austria (ITV 4 & ITV Hub, 5pm)
Group B – Finland vs Belgium (BBC One & iPlayer, 8pm)
Group B – Russia vs Denmark (BBC Two & iPlayer, 8pm)

Tuesday 22 June

Andy Robertson, Scott McTominay, Leigh Griffiths, David MarshallAndy Robertson, Scott McTominay, Leigh Griffiths, David Marshall

Can Scotland muscle their way out of a difficult group? / Srdjan Stevanovic/Getty Images

Group D – Croatia vs Scotland (ITV 4 & ITV Hub, 8pm)
Group D – Czech Republic vs England (ITV & ITV Hub, 8pm)

Wednesday 23 June

Group E – Sweden vs Poland (ITV 4 & ITV Hub, 8pm)
Group E – Slovakia vs Spain (ITV & ITV Hub, 8pm)
Group F – Portugal vs France ((BBC One & iPlayer, 8pm)
Group F – Germany vs Hungary (BBC Two & iPlayer, 8pm)

Round of 16

Saturday 26 June

TBC vs TBC (TBD, 5pm)
TBC vs TBC (TBD, 8pm)

Sunday 27 June

TBC vs TBC (TBD, 5pm)
TBC vs TBC (TBD, 8pm)

Monday 28 June

TBC vs TBC (TBD, 5pm)
TBC vs TBC (TBD, 8pm)

Tuesday 29 June

TBC vs TBC (TBD, 5pm)
TBC vs TBC (TBD, 8pm)

Cristiano Ronaldo, Jose FontaCristiano Ronaldo, Jose Fonta

Portugal are the defending champions / Soccrates Images/Getty Images

Quarter-Finals

Friday 2 July

TBC vs TBC (TBD, 5pm)
TBC vs TBC (TBD, 8pm)

Saturday 3 July

TBC vs TBC (TBD, 5pm)
TBC vs TBC (TBD, 8pm)

Semi-Finals

Wembley StadiumWembley Stadium

Wembley will host the semi-finals and final / Marc Atkins/Getty Images

Tuesday 6 July

TBC vs TBC (TBD, 8pm)

Wednesday 7 July

TBC vs TBC (TBD, 8pm)

Final

Sunday 11 July

TBC vs TBC (TBD, 8pm)