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Where to watch Euro 2024: TV channel and streaming schedule for every match

ITV's Euro 2024 line-up/Where to watch Euro 2024: TV channel and streaming schedule for every match
ITV's Euro 2024 line-up - ITV

Broadcast rights in the United Kingdom are shared between the BBC and ITV/STV for Euro 2024.

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

ITV picked England’s potentially decisive 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.

Friday’s 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.

Of the punditry teams for both channels, the BBC will have 12 former England players on some kind of presentation duties. Read our full verdict of BBC and ITV presenters, commentators, co-commentators and studio pundits here.

In the US, the entire tournament is being broadcast on Fox.

Today’s Euro 2024 TV schedule

Group games

Thursday, June 20

Friday, June 21

  • Slovakia vs Ukraine (Dusseldorf, KO 2pm, BBC One)

  • Poland vs Austria (Berlin, KO 5pm, ITV)

  • Netherlands vs France (Leipzig, KO 8pm, BBC One)

Saturday, June 22

  • Georgia vs Czech Republic (Hamburg, KO 2pm, BBC One)

  • Turkey vs Portugal (Dortmund, KO 5pm, ITV)

  • Belgium vs Romania (Cologne, KO 8pm, ITV)

Sunday, June 23

  • Switzerland vs Germany (Frankfurt, KO 8pm, BBC)

  • Scotland vs Hungary (Stuttgart, KO 8pm, BBC One)

Monday, June 24

  • Croatia vs Italy (Leipzig, KO 8pm, BBC)

  • Albania vs Spain (Dusseldorf, KO 8pm, BBC)

Tuesday, June 25

  • Netherlands vs Austria (Berlin, KO 5pm, BBC)

  • France vs Poland (Dortmund, KO 5pm, BBC)

  • England vs Slovenia (Cologne, KO 8pm, ITV)

  • Denmark vs Serbia (Munich, KO 8pm, ITV4)

Wednesday, June 26

  • Slovakia vs Romania (Frankfurt, KO 5pm, BBC)

  • Ukraine vs Belgium (Stuttgart, KO 5pm, BBC)

  • Czech Republic vs Turkey (Hamburg, KO 8pm, ITV)

  • Georgia vs Portugal (Gelsenkirchen, KO 8pm, ITV)

Rest days on June 27 & 28

Round of 16

The full broadcast channel schedule for Euro 2024 fixtures during the knockout stage is yet to be confirmed.

Saturday, June 29

  • 37 1A vs 2C (Dortmund, KO 8pm)

  • 38 2A vs 2B (Berlin, KO 5pm)

Sunday, June 30

  • 39 1B vs 3A/D/E/F (Cologne, KO 8pm)

  • 40 1C vs 3D/E/F (Gelsenkirchen, KO 5pm)

Monday, July 1

  • 41 1F vs 3A/B/C (Frankfurt, KO 8pm)

  • 42 2D vs 2E (Düsseldorf, KO 5pm)

Tuesday, July 2

  • 43 1E vs 3A/B/C/D (Munich, KO 5pm)

  • 44 1D vs 2F (Leipzig, KO 8pm)

Rest days on July 3 & 4

Quarter-finals

Friday, July 5

  • 45 W39 vs W37 (Stuttgart, KO 5pm)

  • 46 W41 vs W42 (Hamburg, KO 8pm)

Saturday, July 6

  • 47 W43 vs W44 (Berlin, KO 8pm)

  • 48 W40 vs W38 (Dusseldorf, KO 5pm)

Rest days on July 7 & 8

Semi-finals

Tuesday, July 9

  • 49 W45 vs W46 (Munich, KO 8pm)

Wednesday, July 10

  • 50 W47 vs W48 (Dortmund, KO 8pm)

Rest days on July 11, 12 & 13

Final

Sunday, July 14

  • W49 vs W50 (Berlin, KO 8pm)

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Completed matches

Group games

Friday, June 14

Saturday, June 15

Sunday, June 16

Monday, June 17

Tuesday, June 18

Wednesday, June 19

Why can’t I watch the Euros in 4K?

Buying a brand new television with all the trimmings for the Euros has been made slightly redundant with the European Championship not being broadcast in 4K. Thom Gibbs explains more on that decision, plus the difference between HD and 4K here.

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.

BBC and ITV:  Euro 2024 pundits, presenters, and commentators


Football’s version of ‘snicko’ at Euros – and a mixed first response

By Sam Dean and John Percy

Technology that detects frequencies was used – with Belgium's Lois Openda adjudged to have handled the ball in the build up to Romelu Lukaku's effort

Television viewers of Euro 2024 are being introduced to the footballing equivalent of cricket’s snickometer during this summer’s tournament in Germany.

For the first time, broadcasters will be sent a “touch detection” graphic used by officials to make key decisions regarding handballs and offsides.

This summer’s tournament will be the first European Championship to feature an advanced match ball with a microchip that sends precise data to referees in real time.

The chip will allow officials to see exactly when contact was made with the ball, as with ‘snicko’ in cricket.

Such information could prove crucial in determining certain offside decisions, for example, as it will show whether an attacking player touched the ball on its way to a team-mate. It could also be used for handball decisions when the referees are unclear whether the ball struck the hand or arm of a player. The hope is that the technology will reduce the time spent by VAR in resolving such incidents.

However it did not take long for the Snickometer to ignite immediate controversy after Romelu Lukaku’s goal for Belgium was disallowed in their defeat by Slovakia - a decision branded “b------t” by Gary Lineker.

Romelu Lukaku put away a cross from substitute Lois Openda four minutes from time but the goal was disallowed after a lengthy VAR check from referee Umet Meler. It was ruled that Openda handled the ball before running down the left to deliver the cross.