Euro 2024: Which teams qualified for the knock-outs and who has been eliminated

Georgia's star player Khvicha Kvaratskhelia celebrates
Georgia's star player Khvicha Kvaratskhelia was sensational against Portugal - Getty Images/Emin Sansar

Both Groups E and F reached their conclusion on Wednesday with no group as tight Group E, not just in this edition of the Euros, but ever.

For the first time in European Championship history, all four teams – Romania, Belgium, Slovakia and Ukraine – started the day level on three points after two games. By Wednesday evening, Romania had finished top, Belgium were second, Slovakia qualified as one of the best third-place teams and Ukraine were eliminated on goal difference.

It was clearer in Group F with Portugal already guaranteed to finish top of the pool. However, Georgia’s shock victory over Cristiano Ronaldo’s side secured a surprise third-place in the group – and qualification for the knockouts – at the expense of the Czech Republic. Turkey beat the Czech Republic to finish as group runners-up.

Wednesday’s results

Remaining teams: Who is in and out of Euro 2024?

Final group standings and knockout bracket can be found via our Euro 2024 hub.

Qualified for knockouts:
Germany (Group A winners)
Switzerland (Group A runners-up)
Spain (Group B winners)
Italy (Group B runners-up)
England (Group C winners)
Denmark (Group C runners-up)
Slovenia (Group C third place)
Austria (Group D winners)
France (Group D runners-up)
Netherlands (Group D third place)
Romania (Group E winners)
Belgium (Group E runners-up)
Slovakia (Group E third place)
Portugal (Group F winners)
Turkey (Group F runners-up)
Georgia (Group F third place)

Czech Republic

Key tournament dates

The group stage finished on Wednesday (June 26), with the knockouts starting three days later on June 29.

Round of 16: June 29-July 2
Quarter-finals: July 5-6
Semi-finals: July 9-10
Final: July 14

Last-16 fixtures

  • June 29: Switzerland v Italy (5pm) - BBC

  • June 29: Germany v Denmark (8pm) - ITV

  • June 30: England v Slovakia (5pm) - ITV

  • June 30: Spain v Georgia (8pm) - ITV

  • July 1: France v Belgium (5pm) - ITV

  • July 1: Portugal v Slovenia (8pm) - BBC

  • July 2: Romania v Netherlands (5pm) - BBC

  • July 2: Austria v Turkey (8pm) - ITV

Where is it?

The tournament is being held in Germany, with 10 host cities: Dortmund, Hamburg, Berlin, Leipzig, Munich, Stuttgart, Frankfurt, Cologne, Düsseldorf and Gelsenkirchen.

How to watch Euro 2024 on TV

The BBC and ITV/STV are sharing broadcast rights for the European Championship in the United Kingdom.

The BBC showed England’s opening win against Serbia and broadcast their draw with Denmark after ITV banked on Gareth Southgate’s men reaching at least the semi-finals.

ITV picked England’s final Group C game against Slovenia, plus any last-16 fixture involving the Three Lions and any semi-final.

The BBC will show any England quarter-final, with both channels – as always – sharing the final.

The opening match of the tournament between Scotland and hosts Germany was on ITV, with the BBC picking the Scots’ other Group A games, against Switzerland and Hungary.

Fixtures, results, groups and brackets

Euro 2024 fixtures and results can be found via our Euro 2024 hub.

How many subs are allowed at Euro 2024?

As was the case for Euro 2020, each side can make five substitutes per match, with each team allowed a maximum of three stoppages to make their changes during the game (excluding half-time and other match delays).

An update on the last tournament is that managers can make a sixth change if a knockout match goes to extra-time.

Euro 2024 tickets

Fans can apply for tickets for any team via the Uefa Euro 2024 ticket portal.

Who are the favourites to win Euro 2024?

  • England: 4/1

  • Spain: 9/2

  • Germany: 9/2

  • France: 5/1

  • Portugal: 6/1

  • Netherlands: 18/1

  • Italy: 18/1

  • Belgium: 18/1

  • Austria: 20/1

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