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Euro 2024 Fixture Guide: Every Result and Fixture Detailed Here

By Andrew Francis

Published: 9:00, 10 July 2024 | Updated: 9:39, 11 July 2024

The knock-out stages of Euro 2024 have arrived! Find out who will be playing who in the Round of 16 and beyond here, plus check all the group stage results and information.

Here we’ve got all of the details for the tournament, with information on every date, venue and kick off time. Will England finally be able to put the ghost of 1966 to bed? Will Germany win through on home soil?

Begin your Euro 2024 journey here with all of the details you’ll need for every game.


Round of 16

The Round of 16 sees the group winners, runners up and top four third place sides clash for a place in the quarter final stage of Euro 2024. Held from 29th June to 2nd July, eight stadiums in Germany will host games, with Gelsenirchen, Cologne, Frankfurt and Leipzig hosting their final games of the tournament.

The stand-out fixture of the round appears to be the France vs Belgium clash at the Dusseldorf Arena after both teams performed below expectations to finish second in their respective groups.

Round of 16
Date Fixture Ground
R16 1 – 29/06 Switzerland 2-0 Italy Olympiastadion, Berlin
R16 2 – 29/06 Germany 2-0 Denmark BVB Stadion Dortmund, Dortmund
R16 3 – 30/06 England 2-1 (AET) Slovakia Arena AufSchalke, Gelsenkirchen
R16 4 – 30/06 Spain 4-1 Georgia Cologne Stadium, Cologne
R16 5 – 01/07 France 1-0 Belgium Düsseldorf Arena, Düsseldorf
R16 6 – 01/07 Portugal (p) 0-0 Slovenia Frankfurt Arena, Frankfurt
R16 7 – 02/07 Romania 0-3 Netherlands Fußball Arena München, Munich
R16 8 – 02/07 Austria 1-2 Turkey Leipzig Stadium, Leipzig
*All times BST

Quarter Final

The quarter final stage takes place over two days; 5th and 6th July, with Stuttgart, Hamburg, Düsseldorf and Berlin being the host cities. This is the final time that Stuttgart, Düsseldorf and Berlin will host games at the tournament as the end of the competition comes into sight.

Friday 5th July will see two titanic struggles as the major nations with the highest number of Euro Championship titles clash on one side of the draw. The two nations that are tied with three titles, Spain and Germany kick off the quarter-finals in Stuttgart, and then a repeat of the Euro 2016 final between Portugal and France.

Quarter Final
Date Fixture Ground
QF 1 – 05/07 Spain 2-1 Germany (AET) Stuttgart Arena, Stuttgart
QF 2 – 05/07 Portugal 0-0 France (France win 5-3 on penalties) Volksparkstadion, Hamburg
QF 3 – 06/07 England 1-1 Switzerland (England win 5-3 on penalties) Düsseldorf Arena, Düsseldorf
QF 4 – 06/07 Netherlands 2-1 Turkey Olympiastadion, Berlin
*All times BST

Semi Final

The semi final stage sees Munich and Dortmund host the two games, which take place on 9th and 10th July. It’s fitting that the home of the two biggest domestic sides in Germany host the semi final games, with both Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund reaching that stage of the 2023/24 Champions League.

Semi Final
Date Fixture Ground
SF 1 – 09/07 Spain 2-1 France Fußball Arena München, Munich
SF 2 – 10/07 Netherlands 1-2 England BVB Stadion Dortmund, Dortmund
*All times BST

Final

The final of Euro 2024 takes place at Olympiastadion, Berlin on 14th July with all 24 nations competing hoping to be making the trip for the biggest international game of the calendar year.

Final
Date Fixture Ground
14/07 Spain vs England (8pm) Olympiastadion, Berlin

Group A

Germany were the dominant force in Group A winning seven points but they were almost beaten into top spot by Switzerland. Hungary’s poor goal difference saw them miss out on qualifying as one of the best third-placed teams.

Group A
Date Fixture Ground
14/06 Germany 5-1 Scotland Fußball Arena München, Munich
15/06 Hungary 1-3 Switzerland Cologne Stadium, Cologne
19/06 Germany 2-0 Hungary Stuttgart Arena, Stuttgart
19/06 Scotland 1-1 Switzerland (8pm) Cologne Stadium, Cologne
23/06 Switzerland 1-1 Germany Frankfurt Arena, Frankfurt
23/06 Scotland 0-1 Hungary Stuttgart Arena, Stuttgart
*All times BST

Group B

Croatia were unlucky to be eliminated from Group B as a last-gasp Italian equaliser on Matchday Three knocked them out of contention. Spain topped the group with three wins from three.

Group B
Date Fixture Ground
15/06 Spain 3-0 Croatia Olympiastadion, Berlin
15/06 Italy 2-1 Albania BVB Stadion Dortmund, Dortmund
19/06 Croatia 2-2 Albania Volksparkstadion, Hamburg
20/06 Spain 1-0 Italy Arena AufSchalke, Gelsenkirchen
24/06 Albania 0-1 Spain (8pm) Düsseldorf Arena, Düsseldorf
24/06 Croatia 1-1 Italy (8pm) Leipzig Stadium, Leipzig
*All times BST

Group C

England stumbled to top place in Group C despite only winning one game. Serbia were eliminated, with Denmark and Slovenia managing to go through with three points each.

Group C
Date Fixture Ground
16/06 Slovenia 1-1 Denmark Stuttgart Arena, Stuttgart
16/06 Serbia 0-1 England Arena AufSchalke, Gelsenkirchen
20/06 Slovenia 1-1 Serbia Munich Football Arena, Munich
20/06 Denmark 1-1 England Waldstadion, Frankfurt
25/06 England 0-0 Slovenia (8pm) Cologne Stadium, Cologne
25/06 Denmark 0-0 Serbia (8pm) Munich Football Arena, Munich
*All times BST

Group D

France and the Netherlands did manage to make it through in Group D, but it was Austria that shocked everyone by topping the group thanks to a 2-3 win over de Oranje on Matchday Three.

Group D
Date Fixture Ground
16/06 Poland 1-2 Netherlands Volksparkstadion, Hamburg
17/06 Austria 0-1 France Düsseldorf Arena, Düsseldorf
21/06 Poland 1-3 Austria Olympiastadion, Berlin
21/06 Netherlands 0-0 France Leipzig Stadium, Leipzig
25/06 Netherlands 2-3 Austria Olympiastadion, Berlin
25/06 France 1-1 Poland BVB Stadion Dortmund, Dortmund
*All times BST

Group E

This was one of the strangest groups in Euros history, as all four teams finished on four points after winning one, drawing one and losing one game. Ukraine were the unlucky team to be eliminated after losing their opening game 3-0 to Romania.

Group E
Date Fixture Ground
17/06 Romania 3-0 Ukraine Munich Football Arena, Munich
17/06 Belgium 0-1 Slovakia Frankfurt Arena, Frankfurt
21/06 Slovakia 1-2 Ukraine Düsseldorf Arena, Düsseldorf
22/06 Belgium 2-0 Romania Cologne Stadium, Cologne
26/06 Slovakia 1-1 Romania Waldstadion, Frankfurt
26/06 Ukraine 0-0 Belgium Stuttgart Arena, Stuttgart
*All times BST

Group F

Portugal were winners of Group F despite losing their final game to Georgia, with that result allowing Willy Sagnol’s team to progress as one of the best third-placed teams. Turkey finished second.

Group F
Date Fixture Ground
18/06 Turkey 3-1 Georgia BVB Stadion Dortmund, Dortmund
18/06 Portugal 2-1 Czech Republic Leipzig Stadium, Leipzig
22/06 Georgia 1-1 Czech Republic Volksparkstadion, Hamburg
22/06 Turkey 0-3 Portugal BVB Stadion Dortmund, Dortmund
26/06 Georgia 2-0 Portugal Arena AufSchalke, Gelsenkirchen
26/06 Czech Republic 1-2 Turkey Volksparkstadion, Hamburg
*All times BST