Euro 2020 TV schedule: How and when fans can watch every game on BT TV

Everything you need to know about how to watch every game from Euro 2020 on BBC and ITV via BT TV.

Published: 11 June 2021 - 4.36pm

There are 24 teams playing across 51 matches in the 11 host cities over the next month, with some familiar nations amongst the favorites

We had to wait an extra 12 months, but Euro 2020 is finally here.

Still called Euro 2020 despite now being held in 2021, the tournament was postponed from last summer as the coronavirus pandemic brought global sport to a standstill. 

After so much build up, it all officially kicks off in Rome's Stadio Olimpico with Turkey v Italy, with the final being held at Wembley Stadium on Sunday, July 11.

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What venues are the Euros being played at?

For the first time ever the competition will be hosted across the continent in some of Europe's biggest and most iconic stadiums.

Alongside London and Rome, the other host cities include Baku, St. Petersburg, Copenhagen, Budapest, Amsterdam, Bucharest, Glasgow, Seville and Munich.

Bilbao in Spain and Dublin in Ireland had been scheduled to host matches, but UEFA chose to relocate Bilbao's matches to Seville and Dublin's fixtures to St. Petersburg due to Covid-19 restrictions.

Full list of Euro 2020 stadiums

Baku Olympic Stadium - Baku, Azerbaijan

The National Arena - Bucharest, Romania

Puskas Arena - Budapest, Hungary

Parken Stadium  - Copenhagen, Denmark

Hampden Park - Glasgow, Scotland

Wembley - London, England

Football Arena Munich - Munich, Germany

Stadio Olimpico - Rome, Italy

Saint Petersburg Stadium - St Petersburg, Russia

Stadium La Cartuja Sevilla - Seville, Spain

 

What TV channels are the Euros on?

The expanded tournament format means a whopping 51 matches will be shown and as ever, every single one of the Euro 2020 fixtures will be live and free on terrestial television for the whole nation to savour.

BBC and ITV are once again splitting the rights for the prestigious international football tournament with a generous portion of games each and a mountain of drama heading our way as England try, one again, to bring it home.

Euro 2020: Group stage

Friday 11 June

Group A: Turkey v Italy - 8pm on BBC One via BT TV

Saturday 12 June

Group A: Wales v Switzerland - 2pm on BBC One via BT TV

Group B: Denmark v Finland - 5pm on BBC One via BT TV

Group B: Belgium v Russia - 8pm on ITV1 via BT TV

Sunday 13 June

Group D: England v Croatia - 2pm on BBC One via BT TV

Group C: Austria v North Macedonia - 5pm on ITV1 via BT TV

Group C: Netherlands v Ukraine - 8pm on ITV1 via BT TV

Monday 14 June

Group D: Scotland v Czech Republic - 2pm on BBC One via BT TV

Group E: Poland v Slovakia - 5pm on ITV1 via BT TV

Group E: Spain v Sweden - 8pm on BBC One via BT TV

Tuesday 15 June

Group F: Hungary v Portugal- 5pm on ITV1 via BT TV

Group F: France v Germany - 8pm on ITV1 via BT TV

Wednesday 16 June

Group B: Finland v Russia - 2pm on BBC One via BT TV

Group A: Turkey v Wales - 5pm on BBC One via BT TV

Group A: Italy v Switzerland - 8pm on ITV1 via BT TV

Thursday 17 June

Group C: Ukraine v North Macedonia - 2pm on ITV1 via BT TV

Group B: Denmark v Belgium - 5pm on ITV1 via BT TV

Group C: Netherlands v Austria - 8pm on BBC One via BT TV

Friday 18 June

Group E: Sweden v Slovakia - 2pm on BBC One via BT TV

Group D: Croatia v Czech Republic - 5pm on BBC One via BT TV

Group D: England v Scotland - 8pm on ITV1 via BT TV

Saturday 19 June

Group F: Hungary v France - 2pm on BBC One via BT TV

Group F: Portugal v Germany - 5pm on ITV1 via BT TV

Group E: Spain v Poland - 8pm on ITV1 via BT TV

Sunday 20 June

Group A: Italy v Wales - 5pm on ITV1 via BT TV

Group A: Switzerland v Turkey - 5pm on ITV1 via BT TV

Monday 21 June

Group C: North Macedonia v Netherland - 5pm on ITV via BT TV

Group C: Ukraine v Austria - 5pm on ITV via BT TV

Group B: Russia v Denmark - 8pm on BBC via BT TV

Group B: Finland v Belgium - 8pm BBC via BT TV

Tuesday 22 June

Group D: Czech Republic v England - 8pm on ITV via BT TV

Group D: Croatia v Scotland - 8pm on ITV via BT TV

Wednesday 23 June

Group E: Slovakia v Spain - 5pm on ITV via BT TV

Group E: Sweden v Poland - 5pm on ITV via BT TV

Group F: Germany v Hungary - 8pm on BBC via BT TV

Group F: Portugal v France - 8pm BBC via BT TV

Euro 2020: Round of 16

Saturday 26 June

Match 1: Group A Runner-up v Group B Runner-up - 5pm

Match 2: Group A Winner v Group C Runner-up - 8pm

Sunday 27 June

Match 3: Group C Winner v Group D, E or F Third Place - 5pm

Match 4: Group B Winner v Group A, D, E or F Third Place - 8pm

Monday 28 June

Match 5:Group D Runner-up v Group E Runner-up - 5pm

Match 6: Group F Winner v Group A, B or C Third Place - 8pm

Tuesday 29 June

Match 7: Group D Winner v Group F Runner-up - 5pm

Match 8: Group E Winner v Group A, B,C or D Third Place - 8pm

Euro 2020: Quarter-finals

Friday 2 July

Quarter-final 1: Winner of match 6 v winner of match 5 - 5pm

Quarter-final 2: Winner of match 4 v winner of match 2 - 8pm

Saturday 3 July

Quarter-final 3: Winner of match 3 v winner of match 1 - 5pm

Quarter-final 4: Winner of match 8 v winner of match 7 - 8pm

Euro 2020: Semi-finals

Tuesday 6 July

Semi-final 1: Winner of QF2 v winner of QF2 - 8pm

Wednesday 7 July

Semi-final 2: Winner of QF4 v winner of QF3 - 8pm

Euro 2020: Final

Sunday 11 July

Winner of SF1 v Winner of SF2 - 8pm on BBC One and ITV1 via BT TV