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Belgium Euro 2024 Fixtures: Dates, Venues and Analysis

By James Amey

Published: 20:00, 26 June 2024 | Updated: 23:24, 1 July 2024

Belgium will be disappointed with their performance at Euro 2024, being knocked out in the Round of 16 after only finishing second in Group E.

Take a look at Belgium’s matches at Euro 2024 below.


Group E – Matchweek One

Group E
Date Fixture Ground
17/06 Belgium 0-1 Slovakia Waldstadion, Frankfurt
*All times BST

In one of the biggest shocks in European Championship history, Belgium got their 2024 campaign off to a woeful start by losing to Slovakia at Waldstadion on Frankfurt. Ivan Schranz’s early goal was enough for the Falcons as Romelu Lukaku had not one, but two goals ruled out for offside after input from the Video Assistant Referee.

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Group E – Matchweek Two

Group E
Date Fixture Ground
22/06 Belgium 2-0 Romania RheinEnergieStadion, Cologne
*All times BST

The second game of the group represented something of a return to form for Belgium as they turned in a more professional display against Romania. An early goal from Youri Tielemans was eventually added to by Kevin de Bruyne to secure a 2-0 win and leave qualification in their hands heading into Matchday Three.

Group E – Matchweek Three

Group E
Date Fixture Ground
26/06 Ukraine 0-0 Belgium MHPArena, Stuttgart
*All times BST

Belgium didn’t push too hard to try and beat Ukraine in Stuttgart, knowing that a draw would be enough for them to qualify in second place if Slovakia and Romania played out a draw, as they did. The Yellow-Blue had a handful of chances but were not able to convert them and in the end the Red Devils got the job done in a less than convincing fashion.

Round of 16

Round of 16
Date Fixture Ground
01/07 France 1-0 Belgium Merkur-Spiel Arena, Dusseldorf
*All times BST

It was far from a classic in the Round of 16 in Dusseldorf, with neither France nor Belgium really performing particularly well. In the end it was a late own goal from Jan Vertonghen that separated the teams and sent Belgium out of the competition.