• Euro 2020 takes place this summer and will be shown by the BBC and ITV in the UK

  • There are multiple matches per day throughout the Euro 2021 group stage

  • Streaming Euro 2020 is an option on various platforms

It’s been a long wait for those studying the Euro 2020 odds.

Delayed by a year, the competition is set to take place in summer 2021. Turkey and Italy get the festival of football underway on June 11th in the tournament’s opening match on BBC. 

Belgium, one of the sports betting favourites to win the competition, are playing on the second night, matching up with Russia.

As ever, expectations are sky-high for Gareth Southgate’s England. Many a football prediction tabs them as contenders to win their first major honours since 1966.

The Three Lions begin their campaign against Croatia, the team who knocked them out of the 2018 World Cup.

888sport isn’t just the place to get your Euro 2021 bet of the day. We’ve also got everything you need to know about the Euro 2020 TV schedule. 

Euro 2020 Group Stages TV Schedule:

  • June 11th: Turkey vs Italy, BBC, 8pm

  • June 12th: Wales vs Switzerland, BBC, 2pm

  • June 12th: Denmark vs Finland, BBC, 5pm

  • June 12th: Belgium vs Russia, ITV, 8pm

  • June 13th: England vs Croatia, BBC, 2pm

  • June 13th: Austria vs North Macedonia, ITV, 5pm

  • June 13th: Holland vs Ukraine, ITV, 8pm

  • June 14th: Scotland vs Czech Republic, BBC, 2pm

  • June 14th: Poland vs Slovakia, ITV, 5pm

  • June 14th: Spain vs Sweden, BBC, 8pm

  • June 15th: Hungary vs Portugal, ITV, 5pm

  • June 15th: France vs Germany, ITV, 8pm

  • June 16th: Finland vs Russia, BBC, 2pm

  • June 16th: Turkey vs Wales, ITV, 5pm

  • June 16th: Italy vs Switzerland, ITV, 8pm

  • June 17th: Ukraine vs North Macedonia, ITV, 2pm

  • June 17th: Denmark vs Belgium, ITV, 5pm

  • June 17th: Holland vs Austria, BBC, 8pm

  • June 18th: Sweden vs Slovakia, BBC, 2pm

  • June 18th: Croatia vs Czech Republic, BBC, 5pm

  • June 18th: England vs Scotland, ITV, 8pm

  • June 19th: Hungary vs France, BBC, 2pm

  • June 19th: Portugal vs Germany, ITV, 5pm 

  • June 19th: Spain vs Poland, BBC, 8pm

  • June 20th: Switzerland vs Turkey, ITV, 5pm

  • June 20th: Italy vs Wales, ITV, 5pm

  • June 21st: North Macedonia vs Holland, ITV, 5pm

  • June 21st: Ukraine vs Austria, ITV, 5pm

  • June 21st: Russia vs Denmark, BBC, 8pm

  • June 21st: Finland vs Belgium, BBC, 8pm

  • June 22nd: Croatia vs Scotland, ITV, 8pm

  • June 22nd: Czech Republic vs England, ITV, 8pm

  • June 23rd: Slovakia vs Spain, ITV, 5pm

  • June 23rd: Sweden vs Poland, ITV, 5pm

  • June 23rd: Portugal vs France, BBC, 8pm

  • June 23rd: Germany vs Hungary, BBC, 8pm

Euro 2020 Last 16 TV Schedule:

  • June 26th: Wales vs Denmark, TV TBC, 5pm (Match 38)

  • June 26th: Italy vs Austria, TV TBC, 8pm (Match 37)

  • June 27th: Netherlands vs Czech Republic, TV TBC, 5pm (Match 40)

  • June 27th: Belgium vs Portugal, TV TBC, 8pm (Match 39)

  • June 28th: Croatia vs Spain, TV TBC, 5pm (Match 42)

  • June 28th: France vs Switzerland, TV TBC, 8pm (Match 41) 

  • June 29th: England vs Germany, TV TBC, 5pm (Match 44)

  • June 29th: Sweden vs Ukraine, TV TBC, 8pm (Match 43)

Euro 2020 Quarter-Finals TV Schedule:

  • July 2nd: Winner Game 41 vs Winner Game 42, TV TBC, 5pm (QF 2)

  • July 2nd: Winner Game 39 vs Winner Game 37, TV TBC, 8pm (QF 1)

  • July 3rd: Winner Game 40 vs Winner Game 38, TV TBC, 5pm (QF 4)

  • July 3rd: Winner Game 43 vs Winner Game 44, TV TBC, 8pm (QF 3)

Euro 2020 Semi-Finals TV Schedule:

  • July 6th: Winner QF 1 vs Winner QF 2, TV TBC, 8pm

  • July 7th: Winner QF 3 vs Winner QF 4, TV TBC, 8pm

Euro 2020 Final TV Schedule:

  • July 11th: Winner SF1 vs Winner SF2, TV TBC, 8pm

How To Watch Euro 2021 Online:

Football fans in the UK will be gorging on the Euros. ITV and BBC have rights to the tournament, meaning no subscription is required to follow the matches. If access to a TV is tricky, though, there are plenty of ways to watch Euro 2020 online.

Streaming the Euros is easy with ITV Player, iPlayer or on the BBC Sport website. Both companies require you to create an account, but unlike Sky Go or BT, there’s no need to cough up for a weekly or monthly payment.

It’s straightforward to keep up with the latest Euros action on the move. When it comes to the final round of group matches, some fans will be heading to Euro 2021 streams to double-screen as both matches are kicking off at the same time.

Watch Euro 2020 Around The World:

The excitement for Euro 2020 is not just limited to Europe. UEFA have official broadcast partners across the planet, including CCTV and Super Sports in China.

Sony is the official partner in India, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.

Across the Atlantic, ESPN and Univision are the lead broadcasters in the United States, while Bell Media and TVA have the rights in Canada.

Sky Italia and RAI share the broadcast responsibility in Italy. Mediaset takes it on in Spain, while M6 and TF1 are showing the matches as France look to follow up their World Cup triumph.

Listen To Euro 2020 On Radio:

Back in 2015, TalkSport secured the rights for Euro 2016 and Euro 2020. TalkSport has previously broadcasted multiple major tournaments, and it will be the platform of choice for many when summer 2021 rolls around.

TalkSport is available online or through an app, too. Already one of the most popular radio stations in the country, they are bound to have millions tuning in throughout the tournament.

In other Euro 2021 radio news, it was announced in April that Chris Kamara will be joining Absolute Radio on the breakfast and drivetime programmes.

*Credit for the main photo belongs to Manu Fernandez, Pool / AP Photo*



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