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Euro 2021 calendar: all dates for football matches –


We updated this article on 06/09 with our latest news on Euro 2021. On June 08, the French team completed their preparation for the competition with a 3/0 victory against Bulgaria. Antoine Griezmann and Olivier Giroud (x2) scored. Benzema left him with an injury, but he should only be recovering for a few days.

Otherwise, we will continue to inform you about the Euro within a week of kick off. On which channels to watch the matches? Which TV to buy to make the most of the competition? How VAR and Goal Line technology work ? How to follow Euro 2021 streaming on your smartphone? TV or video projector, which screen to choose for your football evenings? All the answers to these questions can be found in our articles.

Football fans can rejoice, the kickoff of Euro 2021 is fast approaching. From June 11 and for a month, the matches will be linked in the 11 host cities (in 11 countries) of the competition. This is a first, the European Championship has never been held in so many different countries.

If you follow football news, you probably also know that the Euro should have taken place last year. But the Covid-19 pandemic has forced FIFA to postpone the event by a year.

Fortunately, this time it’s the right one and the best European selections will be able to do battle. While waiting for the inaugural match, here is a full recap of the competition schedule.

The full schedule of Euro matches

Friday June 11

  • Turkey – Italy at 9 p.m. on TF1 and beIN Sports

Saturday June 12

  • Wales – Switzerland at 3 p.m. on beIN Sports
  • Denmark – Finland at 6 p.m. on beIN Sports
  • Belgium – Russia at 9 p.m. on M6 and beIN Sports

Sunday June 13

  • England – Croatia at 3 p.m. on beIN Sports
  • Austria – North Macedonia at 6 p.m. on beIN Sports
  • Netherlands – Ukraine at 9 p.m. on beIN Sports

Monday June 14

  • Scotland – Czech Republic at 3 p.m. on beIN Sports
  • Poland – Slovakia at 6 p.m. on beIN Sports
  • Spain – Sweden at 9 p.m. on beIN Sports and TF1

Tuesday June 15

  • Hungary – Portugal at 6 p.m. on beIN Sports
  • France – Germany at 9 p.m. on beIN Sports and M6

Wednesday June 16

  • Finland – Russia at 3 p.m. on beIN Sports
  • Turkey – Wales at 6 p.m. on beIN Sports
  • Italy – Switzerland at 9 p.m. live on beIN Sports and M6

Thursday June 17th

  • Ukraine – North Macedonia at 3 p.m. on beIN Sports
  • Denmark – Belgium at 6 p.m. on beIN Sports
  • Netherlands – Austria at 9 p.m. on beIN Sports

Friday June 18

  • Sweden – Slovakia at 3 p.m. on beIN Sports
  • Croatia – Czech Republic at 6 p.m. on beIN Sports
  • England – Scotland at 9 p.m. on beIN Sports and TF1

Saturday June 19

  • Hungary – France at 3 p.m. on beIN Sports and TF1
  • Portugal – Germany at 6 p.m. on beIN Sports and M6
  • Spain – Poland at 9 p.m. on beIN Sports

Sunday June 20

  • Italy – Wales at 6 p.m. on beIN Sports
  • Switzerland – Turkey at 9 p.m. on beIN Sports

Monday June 21

  • North Macedonia – Netherlands at 6 p.m. on beIN Sports
  • Ukraine – Austria at 6 p.m. on beIN Sports
  • Russia – Denmark at 9 p.m. on beIN Sports
  • Finland – Belgium at 9 p.m. on beIN Sports

Tuesday 22 June

  • Czech Republic – England at 9 p.m. on beIN Sports
  • Croatia – Scotland at 9 p.m. on beIN Sports

Tuesday 23 June

  • Slovakia – Spain at 6 p.m. on beIN Sports
  • Sweden – Poland at 6 p.m. on beIN Sports
  • Germany – Hungary at 9 p.m. on beIN Sports
  • Portugal – France at 9 p.m. on beIN Sports and TF1

Round of 16

Saturday June 26

  • Second in group A – Second in group B at 6 p.m.
  • First of group A – Second of group C

Sunday June 27

  • First in group C – Third in group D, E or F
  • First in group B – Third in group A, D, E or F

Monday June 28

  • Second in group D – Second in group E
  • First in group F – Third in group A, B or C

Tuesday June 29

  • First of group D – Second of group F
  • First in group E – Third in group A, B, C or D

Quarter-finals

beIN Sports broadcasts all quarter-finals. TF1 co-broadcasts two posters, M6 a match (that of the France team, if it qualifies).

Friday 02 July

  • Quarter-final 1 at 6 p.m.
  • Quarter-final 2 at 9 p.m.

Saturday 03 July

  • Quarter-final 3 at 6 p.m.
  • Quarter-final 4 at 9 p.m.

Semi-finals

beIN Sports broadcasts the semi-finals. TF1 broadcasts a match (that of the France team in the event of qualification), M6 also broadcasts a poster.

Tuesday 06 July

Wednesday 07 July

Final

beIN Sports broadcasts the final, M6 too.

Sunday July 11

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