After being pushed back a year due to the coronavirus pandemic, the long-awaited, highly-anticipated European Championship gets underway on Friday, June 11 2021, with the final scheduled to take place at Wembley Stadium on Sunday, July 11 2021. To make sure you don’t miss a minute of the action, here’s a complete fixture list along with the venue and kick-off times.

Euro 2020 Fixtures: Group Stage

Friday, June 11

Group A: Turkey v Italy (8pm, Stadio Olimpico)

Saturday June 12

Group A: Wales v Switzerland (2pm, Olympic Stadium)
Group B: Denmark v Finland (5pm, Parken Stadium)
Group B: Belgium v Russia (9pm, Krestovsky Stadium)

Sunday, June 13

Group D: England v Croatia (2pm, Wembley Stadium)
Group C: Austria v North Macedonia (5pm, Arena Nationala)
Group C: Netherlands v Ukraine (8pm, Johan Cruyff Arena)

Monday, June 14

Group D: Scotland v Czech Republic (2pm, Hampden Park)
Group E: Poland v Slovakia (5pm, Krestovsky Stadium)
Group E: Spain v Sweden (8pm, Estadio de La Cartuja)

Tuesday, June 15

Group F: Hungary v Portugal (5pm, Puskas Arena)
Group F: France v Germany (8pm, Allianz Arena)

Wednesday, June 16

Group B: Finland v Russia (2pm, Krestovsky Stadium)
Group A: Turkey v Wales (5pm, Olympic Stadium)
Group A: Italy v Switzerland (8pm, Stadio Olimpico)

Thursday, June 17

Group C: Ukraine v North Macedonia (2pm, Arena Nationala)
Group B: Denmark v Belgium (5pm, Parken Stadium)
Group C: Netherlands v Austria (8pm, Johan Cruyff Arena)

Friday, June 18

Group E: Sweden v Slovakia (2pm, Krestovsky Stadium)
Group D: Croatia v Czech Republic (5pm, Hampden Park)
Group D: England v Scotland (8pm, Wembley Stadium)

Saturday, June 19

Group F: Hungary v France (2pm, Puskas Arena)
Group F: Portugal v Germany (5pm, Allianz Arena)
Group E: Spain v Poland (8pm, Estadio de La Cartuja)

Sunday, June 20

Group A: Italy v Wales (5pm, Stadio Olimpico)
Group A: Switzerland v Turkey (5pm, Olympic Stadium)

Monday, June 21

Group C: North Macedonia v Netherlands (5pm, Johan Cruyff Arena)
Group C: Ukraine v Austria (17:00, Arena Nationala)
Group B: Russia v Denmark (8pm, Parken Stadium)
Group B: Finland v Belgium (8pm, Krestovsky Stadium)

Tuesday, June 22

Group D: Czech Republic v England (8pm, Wembley Stadium)
Group D: Croatia v Scotland (8pm, Hampden Park)

Wednesday, June 23

Group E: Slovakia v Spain (5pm, Estadio de La Cartuja)
Group E: Sweden v Poland (5pm, Krestovsky Stadium)
Group F: Germany v Hungary (8pm, Allianz Arena)
Group F: Portugal v France (8pm, Puskas Arena)

Euro 2020 Fixtures: Belgium’s forward Romelu Lukaku (R) celebrates with teammates after scoring on a penalty kick during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 qualification football match between Belgium and Wales at the Den Dreef Stadium in Leuven on March 24, 2021. 

Euro 2020 Fixtures: Knockout Stages

Round of 16

Saturday, June 26

1: Group A Second Place v Group B Second Place (5pm, Johan Cruyff Arena)
2: Group A Winner v Group C Second Place (8pm, Wembley Stadium)

Sunday, June 27

3: Group C Winner v Third Place Group D/E/F (5pm, Puskas Arena)
4: Group B Winner v Third Place Group A/D/E/F (8pm, Estadio de La Cartuja)

Monday, June 28

5: Group D Second Place v Group E Second Place (5pm, Puskas Arena)
6: Group F Winner v Third Place Group A/B/C (8pm, Arena Nationala)

Tuesday, June 29 

7: Group D Winner v Group F Second Place (5pm, Wembley Stadium)
8: Group E Winner v Third Place Group A/B/C/D (8pm, Hampden Park)

Euro 2020 Fixtures: Steven Berghuis of Netherlands celebrates with Georginio Wijnaldum , Davy Klaassen , and Denzel Dumfries after scoring their team’s first goal during the FIFA World Cup 2022 Qatar qualifying match between the Netherlands and Latvia at the Amsterdam Arena on March 27, 2021 in Amsterdam, Netherlands.


Friday, July 2

Quarter-Finalist 1 v Quarter-Finalist 2 (5pm, Krestovsky Stadium)
Quarter-Finalist 3 v Quarter-Finalist 4 (8pm, Allianz Arena)

Saturday, July 3

Quarter-Finalist 5 v Quarter-Finalist 6 (5pm, Olympic Stadium)
Quarter-Finalist 7 v Quarter-Finalist 8 (8pm, Stadio Olimpico)


Tuesday, July 6

Semi-Finalist 1 v Semi-Finalist 2 (8pm, Wembley Stadium)

Wednesday, July 7

Semi-Finalist 3 v Semi-Finalist 4 (8pm, Wembley Stadium)

Euro 2020 Fixtures: Harry Maguire of England celebrates with Mason Mount after scoring their side’s second goal during the FIFA World Cup 2022 Qatar qualifying match between England and Poland on March 31, 2021 at Wembley Stadium in London, England. 


Sunday, July 11

Semi-Final 1 Winner v Semi-Final 2 Winner (8pm, Wembley Stadium)

If you want to read more about Euro 2020, as well as getting the inside track on every finalist ahead of this summer’s tournament, then make sure you pick up a copy of our Ultimate Euro 2020 Guide by clicking here. Don’t forget that you can also keep up-to-date with all of our online coverage by clicking here