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Euro 2024 football: schedule and results of all tournament matches

ByИван Дунаев

Jul 10, 2024

 Euro -2024 football: schedule and results of all matches of the tournament

The European Football Championship takes place from June 14 to July 14 in Germany.

From The final part of Euro 2024 football takes place from June 14 to July 14. The matches of the continental championship are being hosted by ten cities in Germany.

Twenty-four European national teams are taking part in the tournament, including the Ukrainian team.

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European Championship matches are played at 10 stadiums in 10 German cities: Berlin, Dortmund, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt am Main, Gelsenkirchen, Hamburg, Cologne, Leipzig, Munich and Stuttgart.

The Ukrainian national team played at Euro 2024 in Group E, where its opponents were the teams of Belgium, Slovakia and Romania. Sergei Rebrov's team took last place in their quartet and failed to reach the playoffs.

See also:Euro 2024 football : groups and tournament tables

The two best teams from each of the six groups, as well as the four best third-place winners, advanced to the knockout stages.

The Euro 2024 final will take place on July 14 at the Olympic Stadium in Berlin. The national teams of Spain and England will play in it, the starting whistle will sound at 22:00 Kyiv time.

Euro 2024: schedule and results of all matches

Group stage

First round

Friday, June 14

22 :00. Group A. Germany – Scotland – 5:1

Saturday, June 15

16:00. Group A. Hungary – Switzerland – 1:3

19:00. Group B. Spain – Croatia – 3:0

22:00. Group B. Italy – Albania – 2:1

Sunday, June 16

16:00. Group D. Poland – Netherlands – 1:2

19:00. Group C. Slovenia – Denmark – 1:1

22:00. Group C. Serbia – England – 0:1

Monday, June 17

16:00. Group E. Romania – Ukraine – 3:0

19:00. Group E. Belgium – Slovakia – 0:1

22:00. Group D. Austria – France – 0:1

Tuesday, June 18

19:00. Group F. Türkiye – Georgia – 3:1

22:00. Group F. Portugal – Czech Republic – 2:1

Second round

Wednesday, June 19

16:00. Group B. Croatia – Albania – 2:2

19:00. Group A. Germany – Hungary – 2:0

22:00. Group A. Scotland – Switzerland – 1:1

Thursday, June 20

16:00. Group C. Slovenia – Serbia – 1:1

19:00. Group C. Denmark – England – 1:1

22:00. Group B. Spain – Italy – 1:0

Friday, June 21

16:00. Group E. Slovakia – Ukraine – 1:2

19:00. Group D. Poland – Austria – 1:3

22:00. Group D. Netherlands – France – 0:0

Saturday, June 22

16:00. Group F. Georgia – Czech Republic – 1:1

19:00. Group F. Türkiye – Portugal – 0:3

22:00. Group E. Belgium – Romania – 2:0

Third round

Sunday, June 23

22:00. Group A. Switzerland – Germany – 1:1

22:00. Group A. Scotland – Hungary – 0:1

Monday, June 24

22:00. Group B. Albania – Spain – 0:1

22:00. Group B. Croatia – Italy – 1:1

Tuesday, June 25

19:00. Group D. Netherlands – Austria – 2:3

19:00. Group D. France – Poland – 1:1

22:00. Group C. England – Slovenia – 0:0

22:00. Group C. Denmark – Serbia – 0:0

Wednesday, June 26

19:00. Group E. Slovakia – Romania – 1:1

19:00. Group E. Ukraine – Belgium – 0:0

22:00. Group F. Georgia – Portugal – 2:0

22:00. Group F. Czech Republic – Turkey – 1:2

Play-offs

1/8 finals

Saturday, June 29

Match 38. 19:00. Switzerland – Italy – 2:0

Match 37. 22:00. Germany – Denmark – 2:0

Sunday, June 30

Match 40. 19:00. England – Slovakia – 2:1 (a.v.)

Match 39. 22:00. Spain – Georgia – 4:1

Monday, July 1

Match 42. 19:00. France – Belgium – 1:0

Match 41. 22:00. Portugal – Slovenia – 0:0 (pen. 3:0)

Tuesday, July 2

Match 43. 19 :00. Romania – Netherlands – 0:3

Match 44. 22:00. Austria – Türkiye – 1:2

1/4 finals

Friday, July 5

Match 45. 19:00. Spain – Germany – 2:1 (a.v.)

Match 46. 22:00. Portugal – France – 0:0 (pen. 3:5)

Saturday, July 6

Match 48. 19 :00. England – Switzerland – 1:1 (pen. 5:3)

Match 47. 22:00. Netherlands – Turkey – 2:1

1/2 finals

Tuesday, July 9

Match 49. 22:00. Spain – France – 2:1

Wednesday, July 10

Match 50. 22:00. Netherlands – England – 1:2

Final

Sunday, July 14

Match 51. 22:00. Spain – England

We would like to remind you that the Italian team could not defend the title of the current European champion, which was eliminated in the 1/8 finals by Switzerland. In the final match of Euro 2020, which took place in the summer of 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic, Squadra Azzurra defeated England in a penalty shootout at Wembley Stadium in London.

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