Euro 2016 Fixtures: Dates, Venues & TV Schedule


The much anticipated Euro 2016 will kick off at the Stade de France on June 10, 2016. England will play their opening match against Russia before Roy Hodgson’s face Wales in Lens on 16th June.

The match between England vs Wales will be shown live on the BBC as part of the 11 group matches shared with ITV. If you want to know how you can watch the Euros on your current Sky subscription, you can call the Sky customer service number for more information.

Northern Ireland start their Euro 2016 campaign against Poland in Nice and ends their group against the world champions Germany at Parc des Princes, Paris, both forming part of the BBC coverage.

ITV will show the opening match of the Euro 2016 between France and Romania on 10 June and will broadcast England’s games between Russia and Slovakia.

The Republic of Ireland’s first Group E fixture against Sweden in Saint-Denis on 13 June will be broadcast by the BBC.

ITV will have first pick of the games in the last 16 as well as the semi-finals, while the BBC has first two picks of the quarter-finals. The Euro 2016 final in Paris on 10 July will be shown live on both ITV and BBC.

EURO 2016: Dates, Time, Venue 


Friday, June 10: France v Romania (20:00, Stade de France, Paris)

Saturday, June 11: Albania v Switzerland (14:00, Stade Bollaert-Delelis, Lens)

Wednesday, June 15: Romania v Switzerland (17:00, Parc des Princes, Paris)

Wednesday, June 15: France v Albania (20:00, Stade Velodrome, Marseille)

Sunday, June 19: Romania v Albania (20:00, Stade de Lyon)

Sunday, June 19: Switzerland v France (20:00, Stade Pierre Mauroy, Lille)


Saturday, June 11: Wales v Slovakia (17:00, Stade de Bordeaux)

Saturday, June 11: England v Russia (20:00, Stade Velodrome, Marseille)

Wednesday, June 15: Russia v Slovakia (14:00, Stade Pierre Mauroy, Lille)

Thursday, June 16: England v Wales (14:00, Stade Bollaert-Delelis, Lens)

Monday, June 20: Russia v Wales (20:00, Stadium de Toulouse)

Monday, June 20: Slovakia v England (20:00, Stade Geoffroy Guichard, St Etienne)


Sunday, June 12: Poland v Northern Ireland (17:00, Stade de Nice)

Sunday, June 12: Germany v Ukraine (20:00, Stade Pierre Mauroy, Lille)

Thursday, June 16: Ukraine v Northern Ireland (17:00, Stade de Lyon)

Thursday, June 16: Germany v Poland (20:00, Stade de France, Paris)

Tuesday, June 21: Ukraine v Poland (17:00, Stade Velodrome, Marseille)

Tuesday, June 21: Northern Ireland v Germany (17:00, Parc des Princes, Paris)


Sunday, June 12: Turkey v Croatia (14:00, Parc des Princes, Paris)

Monday, June 13: Spain v Czech Republic (14:00, Stadium de Toulouse)

Friday, June 17: Czech Republic v Croatia (17:00, Stade Geoffroy Guichard, St Etienne)

Friday, June 17: Spain v Turkey (20:00, Stade de Nice)

Tuesday, June 21: Czech Republic v Turkey (20:00, Stade Bollaert-Delelis, Lens)

Tuesday, June 21: Croatia v Spain (20:00, Stade de Bordeaux)


Monday, June 13: Republic of Ireland v Sweden (17:00, Stade de France, Paris)

Monday, June 13: Belgium v Italy (20:00, Stade de Lyon)

Friday, June 17: Italy v Sweden (14:00, Stadium de Toulouse)

Saturday, June 18: Belgium v Republic of Ireland (14:00, Stade de Bordeaux)

Wednesday, June 22: Italy v Republic of Ireland (20:00, Stade Pierre Mauroy, Lille)

Wednesday, June 22: Sweden v Belgium (20:00, Stade de Nice)


Tuesday, June 14: Austria v Hungary (17:00, Stade de Bordeaux)

Tuesday, June 14: Portugal v Iceland (20:00, Stade Geoffroy Guichard, St Etienne)

Saturday, June 18: Iceland v Hungary (17:00, Stade Velodrome, Marseille)

Saturday, June 18: Portugal v Austria (20:00, Parc des Princes, Paris)

Wednesday, June 22: Iceland v Austria (17:00, Stade de France)

Wednesday, June 22: Hungary v Portugal (17:00, Stade de Lyon)

LAST 16  

Match 1: Runner-up Group A v Runner-up C (14:00, June 25, St-Etienne)

Match 2: Winner D v Third-place B/E/F (20:00, June 25, Lens)

Match 3: Winner B v Third-place A/C/D (17:00, June 25, Paris)

Match 4: Winner F v Runner-up E (20:00, June 26, Toulouse)

Match 5: Winner C v Third-place A/B/F (17:00, June 26, Lille)

Match 6: Winner E v Runner-up D (17:00, June 27, St-Denis)

Match 7: Winner A v Third-place C/D/E (14:00, June 27, Lyon)

Match 8: Runner-up B v Runner-up F (20:00, June 27, Nice)


Winner Match 1 v Winner Match 2 (20:00, June 30, Marseille)

Winner Match 3 v Winner Match 4 (2000, July 1, Lille)

Winner Match 5 v Winner Match 6 (20:00, July 2, Bordeaux

Winner Match 7 v Winner Match 8 (2000, July 3, St-Denis


Winner QF1 v Winner QF2 (20:00, July 6, Lyon)

Winner QF3 v Winner QF4 (20:00, July 7, Marseille)


Winner SF1 v Winner SF2 (20:00, July 10, St-Denis)

EURO 2016: TV Schedule in UK 

Friday 10 June 8pm (ITV) France v Romania

Saturday 11 June 2pm (BBC) Albania v Switzerland; 5pm (BBC ) Wales v Slovakia; 8pm (ITV) England v Russia

Sunday 12 June 2pm (ITV) Turkey v Croatia; 5pm (BBC) Poland v Northern Ireland; 8pm (BBC) Germany v Ukraine

Monday 13 June 2pm (ITV) Spain v Czech Republic; 5pm (BBC) Republic of Ireland v Sweden; 8pm (BBC) Belgium v Italy

Tuesday 14 June 5pm (ITV) Austria v Hungary; 8pm (BBC) Portugal v Iceland

Wednesday 15 June 2pm (BBC) Russia v Slovakia; 5pm (ITV) Romania v Switzerland; 8pm (ITV) France v Albania

Thursday 16 June 2pm (BBC) England v Wales; 5pm (ITV) Ukraine v Northern Ireland; 8pm (ITV) Germany v Poland

Friday 17 June 2pm (ITV) Italy v Sweden; 5pm (BBC) Czech Republic v Croatia; 8pm (ITV) Spain v Turkey

Saturday 18 June 2pm (ITV) Belgium v Republic of Ireland; 5pm (BBC) Iceland v Hungary; 8pm (BBC) Portugal v Austria

Sunday 19 June 8pm (BBC) Romania v Albania; 8pm (BBC) Switzerland v France

Monday 20 June 8pm (ITV) Russia v Wales; 8pm (ITV) Slovakia v England

Tuesday 21 June 5pm (BBC) Northern Ireland v Germany; 5pm (BBC) Ukraine v Poland; 8pm (ITV) Croatia v Spain; 8pm (ITV) Czech Republic v Turkey

Wednesday 22 June 5pm (BBC) Hungary v Portugal; 5pm (BBC) Iceland v Austria; 8pm (ITV) Italy v Republic of Ireland; 8pm (ITV) Sweden v Belgium

Info taken from The Guardian & The Daily Mail.

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