The COMPLETE Euro 2020 fixture and results guide as the tournament gets underway: Television schedule for every match, kick-off times and updated scores
Euro 2020 gets underway on Friday night as Italy and Turkey square off at the Stadium Olympico in Rome, in a match that swiftly follows the opening ceremony.
In a special edition of the tournament, the matches will be spread across 11 different cities, with London’s Wembley Stadium to host both the semi-finals and final.
However, with limited capacities at all-but one venue – as things stand – television coverage will be even more paramount than usual. And in the United Kingdom, all 51 matches will be broadcast either on BBC or ITV.
Below, Sportsmail takes you through the Euro 2020 dates, groups and the fixture list in full, including the television schedule.
Euro 2020 starts on Friday, June 11 and runs through until the final at Wembley on July 11
Saturday 12 June
Sunday 13 June
What are the Euro 2020 dates?
As stated, Euro 2020 gets underway on Friday, June 11, with Turkey and Italy opening the tournament at the Stadium Olympico in Rome.
There will then be a further 50 matches, with the group stages lasting until Wednesday, June 23.
The round of 16 then takes place from Saturday, June 26 through to Tuesday, June 29, before the quarter-finals take place over July 2 and 3.
Then comes the semi-finals on July 6 and 7, before the final takes place on July 11 at Wembley Stadium.
What are the groups?
Group A: Turkey, Italy, Wales, Switzerland.
Group B: Denmark, Finland, Belgium, Russia.
Group C: Netherlands, Ukraine, Austria, Georgia, North Macedonia.
Group D: England, Croatia, Czech Republic, Scotland.
Group E: Spain, Sweden, Poland, Slovakia.
Group F: Germany, France, Portugal, Hungary.
Fixture list, TV schedule and updated results
Below we outline the day-by-day fixture list in full, as well as the complete television schedule and results.
In the UK, each and every match will be shown on either BBC or ITV, meaning they can also be streamed on iPlayer and ITV Hub.
Furthermore, highlights will be available on BBC One and iPlayer throughout – regardless of which channel the game is being shown on, while the BBC’s YouTube channel will show highlights of every game.
Meanwhile, ITV will be showing highlights of all the non-live games each matchday.
As of yet, we only have the TV schedule for the group stages – although we know the final will be shown on both BBC and ITV – so these will be updated when the information arrives.