England’s Euro 2024 warm-up matches vs Bosnia and Iceland: When are they, what time and where

England manager Gareth Southgate/England's Euro 2024 warm-ups vs Bosnia and Iceland: When are they, what time and where
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England will play two friendly games as part of their final preparations for this summer’s Euro 2024, with the matches in early June their last on home soil before they travel to Germany.

It will be the last chance for players to impress Gareth Southgate as he finalises his plans for England’s Euros campaign.

When do England play Bosnia and Herzegovina and where?

England play Bosnia and Herzegovina on Monday, June 3. The match will be played at St James’ Park, home to Newcastle United. It will be the Three Lions’ first match at St James’ Park since 2005.

What time does England vs Bosnia and Herzegovina start?

England’s match with Bosnia and Herzegovina will kick-off at 7.45pm BST.

When do England play Iceland and where?

England’s final Euro 2024 warm-up match will be against Iceland on Friday, June 7, at Wembley Stadium.

What time does England vs Iceland start?

The match with Iceland will start at 7.45pm.

What channel are the matches on TV?

England’s Euro 2024 warm-up matches will be shown live on Channel 4. Alternatively, you can bookmark this page and return to follow the games with our live blogs, which will include commentary and analysis from our team of reporters at the grounds.

When it comes to the actual Euros, England matches will be spread across BBC and ITV.

England squad for Euro 2024 warm-up matches

The England team for these two friendlies will come from a Euros ‘training squad’ that Southgate announces on May 21, two days after the Premier League season concludes.

When do the Euros start?

Euro 2024 starts on Friday, June 14, with hosts Germany playing Scotland. England play their first match two days later, on the Sunday, against Serbia. The full list of England’s Euro 2024 fixtures can be viewed here

Who is in the England squad for the Euros?

Southgate is still in the process of finalising his 26-man England squad. The Uefa deadline for submitting squads is June 8, meaning the two friendly games against Bosnia and Iceland are the very last chance for players to impress.

Fans should already have a strong idea of who is in the squad by the time the warm-up matches come round, however, with Southgate naming a ‘training squad’ on May 21.

England vs Bosnia and Herzegovina head-to-head

This will be the first senior meeting between the two teams.

England vs Iceland head-to-head

The two teams have faced off five times before, with the last coming in Nov 2020 for a behind-closed-doors Nations League match at Wembley. England won 4-0 with Declan Rice and Phil Foden (2) scoring for their country for the first time. Mason Mount got the other goal. England also won their other Nations League match two months previous, thanks to Raheem Sterling’s penalty.

Before that came one of Iceland’s most memorable results to date, beating the Three Lions 2-1 to knock them out of Euro 2016, in what was Roy Hodgson’s last match as England manager.

It was Iceland’s first and only victory over England, after the Three Lions also won 6-1 in 2004 and drew 1-1 in a 1982 friendly.


England fans will be hoping to wave the team off to the Euros off the back of two resounding victories, and they should get them.

  • England to beat Bosnia and Herzegovina 4-0

  • England to beat Iceland 2-0