Euro 2024 wall chart and calendar, downloadable as a PDF

Euro 2024 wall chart and calendar, downloadable as a PDF
Euro 2024 wall chart and calendar, downloadable as a PDF

After a football season full of plenty of dramatic domestic drama, attention turns to this summer’s European Championship in Germany, starting today with the hosts taking on Scotland.

Returning to its usual four-year cycle after the 2020 edition was postponed 12 months because of Covid, the tournament will once again see 24 teams battling it out to lift the trophy.

Italy are defending champions but it is Gareth Southgate’s England who are among the bookies favourites, with France, hosts Germany, Spain and Portugal all much-fancied too.

Taking place from June 14 to July 14 and across 10 different host cities, there will be plenty of action to keep an eye on – but you can stay on top of it all, thanks to our downloadable calendar and wall chart for Euro 2024.

The clearly-designed wall chart not only displays the entire tournament schedule but also allows you to track the progress of each team as they advance through their pool and the knockout stage. And with this summer’s tournament seeing the four best third-placed teams out of the six groups progressing, there is much at stake throughout.

Download and print the wallchart to hang it up in your home, office, or wherever you like. It’s an eye-catching way to keep everyone informed about the upcoming matches.

Simply click on the links below to print off our calendar and wall chart:

Alternatively, bookmark our Euro 2024 fixtures and results page which is updated during each match of the tournament. Our full run down of all the teams competing in Germany can be found here.

Finally, feeling lucky? You can also engage your friends, family and colleagues with our Euro 2024 sweepstake. Plus, give our Euro 2024 predictor a go and try to find the winner. Do you agree with Telegraph Sport columnist Jamie Carragher? Have a watch of his predictions here. Plus, do you concur with our Euro 2024 kit rankings?