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England Euro 2024 Fixtures: Dates, Venues and Analysis

By Andrew Francis

Published: 9:20, 11 July 2024

England have secured their place in the Euro 2024 final, where they will meet Spain on Sunday 14th July in Berlin


Group C looked to be one that’s been kind to England, with Denmark, Serbia and Slovenia filling out the group. Despite not being at their best, the Three Lions were able to progress as group winners with five points as every single game in the group, aside from the 1-0 win that Gareth Southgate’s men managed against Serbia in their first match.

Jude Bellingham’s remarkable overhead kick in the 94th minute salvaged England’s campaign, and Harry Kane’s extra time header saw off Slovakia after extra-time. Switzerland were next up and England had to take things to the wire, securing their semi-final place after a nail biting penalty shootout.

England looked more like their old selves in the semi-final match up with Netherlands, especially in the first half. An early Netherlands goal gave Gareth Southgate’s side plenty of impetus and they took advantage, levelling just 10 minutes later. Things became more cagey in the second half but substitute, Ollie Watkins was the man of the moment, scoring in the 90th minute to send England to their second European Championship final in a row.

Semi-Finals

Semi-Final
Date Fixture Ground
10/07 Netherlands 1-2 England Signal Iduna Park, Dortmund
*All times BST

 


Group C – Matchweek One

Group C
Date Fixture Ground
16/06 Serbia 0-1 England Arena AufSchalke, Gelsenkirchen
*All times BST

 

England’s first ever match against Serbia and first game at Euro 2024 resulted in a way, albeit in a far from vintage performance. A Jude Bellingham header in the first half was enough to separate the two sides and Orlovi did draw one big save from Jordan Pickford in the latter stages.


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Group C – Matchweek Two

Group C
Date Fixture Ground
20/06 Denmark 1-1 England Waldstadion, Frankfurt
*All times BST

Much like in the Euro 2020 final, England and Denmark played out a 1-1 draw over 90 minutes when they met on Matchday Two of Group C at Euro 2024. Harry Kane had given England the lead in the first half only for a scorching strike from Rasmus Hojlund to draw Rod-Hvide level.

Group C – Matchweek Three

Group C
Date Fixture Ground
25/06 England 0-0 Slovenia Cologne Stadium, Cologne
*All times BST

 

There’s really not much to be said about England’s 0-0 draw with Slovenia in their third and final group stage game. Although they controlled possession in the second half slightly better than in their previous two games, the Three Lions toiled with little creativity and were unable to break down a Slovenian defence hell-bent on securing a third straight draw and their spot in the group stages.

Round of 16

Round of 16
Date Fixture Ground
30/06 England 2-1 (aet) Slovakia Arena AufSchalke, Gelsenkirchen
*All times BST

England continued with their unimpressive performances, but unbeaten run, when sneaking through past Slovakia in their round of 16 clash. Ivan Schranz continued his incredible Championship by scoring his third opening goal of the the tournament, and that looked as though it would be enough to see Slovakia over the line.

However, Jude Bellingham had other ideas. His incredible bicycle kick took the match to extra time, and then a typically well poached goal from Harry Kane at the very start of extra time gave England a lead that they barely deserved, but were able to hold onto.

Quarter-Finals

Round of 16
Date Fixture Ground
06/07 England 1-1 (Eng win on penalties) Switzerland Dusseldorf Arena, Dusseldorf
*All times BST

The performance was improved in parts but the result remained the same, with England having to dig deep, ride their luck and show collective resolve to take things all the way against a strong Swiss side. A superb penalty shootout from The Three Lions proved to be the difference though, setting them up with a semi-final clash against Netherlands in Dortmund.

England vs Switzerland H2H
Date Score Competition
26/03/22 England 2-1 Switzerland World Cup
09/06/19 Switzerland 0-0 England Nations League
11/09/18 England 1-0 Switzerland Friendly
28/09/15 England 2-0 Switzerland EURO Qualifiers
08/09/14 Switzerland 0-2 England EURO Qualifiers