Euro 2020 Finals draw: Groups, fixture schedule, BBC & ITV games, kick-off-times, venues, play-off details & tournament guide

The European Championship trophy being played for at Euro 2020
The European Championship trophy being played for at Euro 2020

The confusing Euro 2020 group draw has taken place and we have all you need including full tournament fixture list, kick-off times, television guide, venues and play-off details.

Next summer's Euro 2020 is in our sights following the group stage draw but there are still four places up for grabs this innovative tournament which will be played all around the continent.

There are 12 venues in total staging the event, with Wembley hosting the semi-finals and final, with several local host teams playing on their own turf across Europe.

But how does it work? Who has qualified and who is in what group? When and where are the matches and which ones will be screened by BBC and ITV? The answers to all those are all right here...


Euro 2020 - Key dates

  • November 30, 2019: Euro 2020 final tournament draw (Bucharest)
  • March 26-31, 2020: European Qualifiers play-offs
  • April 1, 2020: Additional final tournament draw if required
  • June 12, 2020: Euro 2020 final tournament starts (Rome)
  • July 12 2020: Euro 2020 Final (Wembley Stadium)

Euro 2020: Group stage draw

The finals draw was held at the ROMEXPO in the Romanian capital of Bucharest on Saturday November 30. The 20 qualified teams and the four would-be qualifiers were placed into six groups of four according to seedings.

Seven of the 'host' nations who qualified are bolded, while the host cities for each group are in brackets. The four 'play-off path' winners have been allocated groups.

  • Group A (Italy/Azerbaijan): Turkey, Italy, Wales, Switzerland
  • Group B (Russia/Denmark): Denmark, Finland, Belgium, Russia
  • Group C (Netherlands/Romania): Netherlands, Ukraine, Austria, Play-Off Winner D
  • Group D (England/Scotland): England, Croatia, Play-Off Winner C, Czech Republic
  • Group E (Spain/Rep. Ireland): Spain, Sweden, Poland, Play-Off Winner B
  • Group F (Germany/Hungary): Play-Off Winner A, Portugal, France, Germany
  1. Play-Off Path A Winner: Iceland/Romania/Bulgaria/Hungary
  2. Play-Off Path B Winner: Bosnia/Northern Ireland/Slovakia/Republic of Ireland
  3. Play-Off Path C Winner: Scotland/Israel/Norway/Serbia
  4. Play-Off Path D Winner: Georgia/Belarus/Macedonia/Kosovo

Scroll further down for a full fixture schedule and format as well as the play-off path dates.

Euro 2020 Finals: Fixture schedule, kick-off times & TV channels

  • *kick-off times not yet confirmed for all matches. Those that are have been listed, in BST.

Group stage

Friday, June 12

  • Group A - Turkey v Italy, Rome
    TV channel & kick-off time: BBC, 2000 BST

Saturday, June 13

  • Group A - Wales v Switzerland, Baku
    TV channel & kick-off time: BBC, 1400 BST
  • Group B - Denmark v Finland, Copenhagen
    TV channel & kick-off time: BBC, 1700 BST
  • Group B - Belgium v Russia, St Petersburg
    TV channel & kick-off time: ITV, 2000 BST

Sunday, June 14

  • Group D: England v Croatia, Wembley
    TV channel & kick-off time: BBC, 1400 BST
  • Group C - Austria v Play-Off winner D or A, Bucharest
    TV channel & kick-off time: ITV, 1700 BST
  • Group C - Holland v Ukraine, Amsterdam
    TV channel & kick-off time: ITV, 2000 BST

Monday, June 15

  • Group D - Play-Off winner C v Czech Republic, Glasgow
    TV channel & kick-off time: BBC, 1400 BST
  • Group E - Poland v Play-Off winner D, Dublin
    TV channel & kick-off time: ITV, 1700 BST
  • Group E - Spain v Sweden, Bilbao
    TV channel & kick-off time: BBC, 2000 BST

Tuesday, June 16

  • Group F - Play-Off winner A or D v Portugal, Budapest
    TV channel & kick-off time: ITV, 1700 BST
  • Group F - France v Germany, Munich
    TV channel & kick-off time: ITV, 2000 BST

Wednesday, June 17

  • Group B - Finland v Russia, St Petersburg
    TV channel & kick-off time: BBC, 1400 BST
  • Group A - Turkey v Wales, Baku
    TV channel & kick-off time: ITV, 1700 BST
  • Group A - Italy v Switzerland, Rome
    TV channel & kick-off time: ITV, 2000 BST

Thursday, June 18

  • Group C - Ukraine v Play-Off winner D or A, Bucharest
    TV channel & kick-off time: ITV, 1400 BST
  • Group B - Denmark v Belgium, Copenhagen
    TV channel & kick-off time: ITV, 1700 BST
  • Group C - Holland v Austria, Amsterdam
    TV channel & kick-off time: BBC, 2000 BST

Friday, June 19

  • Group E - Sweden v Play-Off winner D, Dublin
    TV channel & kick-off time: BBC, 1400 BST
  • Group D - Croatia v Czech Republic, Glasgow
    TV channel & kick-off time: BBC, 1700 BST
  • Group D - England v Play-Off winner C, Wembley
    TV channel & kick-off time: ITV, 2000 BST

Saturday, June 20

  • Group F - Play-Off winner A or D v France, Budapest
    TV channel & kick-off time: BBC, 1400 BST
  • Group F - Portugal v Germany, Munich
    TV channel & kick-off time: ITV, 1700 BST
  • Group E - Spain v Poland, Bilbao
    TV channel & kick-off time: BBC, 2000 BST

Sunday, June 21

  • Group A - Switzerland v Turkey, Baku
    TV channel & kick-off time: ITV, 1700 BST
  • Group A - Italy v Wales, Rome
    TV channel & kick-off time: ITV, 1700 BST

Monday, June 22

  • Group C - Play-Off winner D or A v Holland, Amsterdam
    TV channel & kick-off time: ITV, 1700 BST
  • Group C - Ukraine v Austria, Bucharest
    TV channel & kick-off time: ITV, 1700 BST
  • Group B - Russia v Denmark, Copenhagen
    TV channel & kick-off time: BBC, 2000 BST
  • Group B - Finland v Belgium, St Petersburg
    TV channel & kick-off time: BBC, 2000 BST

Tuesday, June 23

  • Group D - Croatia v Play-Off winner C, Glasgow
    TV channel & kick-off time: ITV, 2000 BST
  • Group D - Czech Republic v England, Wembley
    TV channel & kick-off time: ITV, 2000 BST

Wednesday, June 24

  • Group E - Play-Off winner B v Spain, Bilbao
    TV channel & kick-off time: ITV, 1700 BST
  • Group E - Sweden v Poland, Dublin
    TV channel & kick-off time: ITV, 1700 BST
  • Group F - Portugal v France, Budapest
    TV channel & kick-off time: BBC, 2000 BST
  • Group F - Germany v Play-Off winner A or D, Munich
    TV channel & kick-off time: BBC, 2000 BST

Round of 16

Saturday, June 27

  • Winner Group A v Runner-up Group B, Amsterdam (MATCH 38)
    TV Channel & kick off-time: 1700 BST (TV TBC)
  • Runner-up Group A v Runner-up Group C, Wembley (MATCH 37)
    TV Channel & kick off-time: 2000 BST (TV TBC)

Sunday, June 28

  • Winner Group C v Third Place Group D/E/F, Budapest (MATCH 40)
    TV Channel & kick off-time: 1700 BST (TV TBC)
  • Winner Group B v Third Place Group A/D/E/F, Bilbao (MATCH 39)
    TV Channel & kick off-time: 2000 BST (TV TBC)

Monday, June 29

  • Runner-up Group D v Runner-up Group E, Copenhagen (MATCH 42)
    TV Channel & kick off-time: 1700 BST (TV TBC)
  • Winner Group F v Third Place A/B/C, Bucharest (MATCH 41)
    TV Channel & kick off-time: 2000 BST (TV TBC)

Tuesday, June 30

  • Winner Group D v Runner-up Group F, Dublin (MATCH 44)
    TV Channel & kick off-time: 1700 BST (TV TBC)
  • Winner Group E v Third Place A/B/C/D, Glasgow (MATCH 43)
    TV Channel & kick off-time: 2000 BST (TV TBC)

Quarter-finals

Friday, July 3

  • Winner Game 41 v Winner Game 42, St Petersburg (QF 2)
    TV Channel & kick off-time: 1700 BST (TV TBC)
  • Winner Game 39 v Winner Game 37, Munich (QF 1)
    TV Channel & kick off-time: 2000 BST (TV TBC)

Saturday, July 4

  • Winner Game 40 v Winner Game 38, Baku (QF 4)
    TV Channel & kick off-time: 1700 BST (TV TBC)
  • Winner Game 43 v Winner Game 44, Rome (QF 3)
    TV Channel & kick off-time: 2000 BST (TV TBC)

Semi-finals

Tuesday, July 7

  • Winner QF 1 v Winner QF 2, Wembley
    TV Channel & kick off-time: 2000 BST (TV TBC)

Wednesday, July 8

  • Winner QF 3 v Winner QF 4, Wembley
    TV Channel & kick off-time: 2000 BST (TV TBC)

Final

Sunday, July 12

  • Winner SF1 v Winner SF 2, 8pm, Wembley
    TV Channel & kick off-time: 2000 BST (TV TBC)

Euro 2020 play-off draw and format

The final four places are up for grabs in the play-offs, with semi-finals and finals being held from 26-31 march 2020.

Full draw

(*Denotes teams that will host the final)

Path D

  • Semi-final 1 (1 v 4): Georgia v Belarus*
  • Semi-final 2 (2 v 3): North Macedonia v Kosovo

Path C

  • Semi-final 1 (1 v 4): Scotland v Israel
  • Semi-final 2 (2 v 3): Norway v Serbia*

Path B

  • Semi-final 1 (1 v 4): Bosnia and Herzegovina v Northern Ireland*
  • Semi-final 2 (2 v 3): Slovakia v Republic of Ireland

Path A

  • Semi-final 1 (1 v 4): Iceland v Romania
  • Semi-final 2 (2 v 3): Bulgaria v Hungary*

Key dates:

  • Play-off draw: 22 November
  • Play-off semi-finals: 26 March 2020
  • Play-off finals: 31 March 2020

What is the format for the Euro 2020 finals?

The new-look European Championship runs from June 12-July 12 2020 and takes place in an unprecedented 12 host countries across the continent.

The format is the same as Euro 2016 with 24 teams divided into six groups of four, with the top two and the four best third-placed teams going through to the last 16.

The opening match will be staged at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome with the final being held at Wembley, which will host seven games in total including a game in the last 16 and both semi-finals.

Who are the Euro 2020 host cities and what games will be held there?

All of the 12 host cities will stage three group games during the opening stage, with the knockout games allocated as follows...

Last 16

  • Amsterdam: Johan Cruijff ArenA
  • Bilbao: Estadio de San Mamés
  • Bucharest: National Arena
  • Budapest: Ferenc Puskás Stadium
  • Copenhagen: Parken Stadium
  • Dublin: Dublin Arena
  • Glasgow: Hampden Park
  • London: Wembley Stadium

Quarter-finals

  • Baku: Olympic Stadium
  • Munich:, Fußball Arena Munchen
  • Rome: Stadio Olimpico
  • Saint Petersburg: Saint Petersburg Stadium

Semi-finals and final

  • London: Wembley Stadium

Euro 2020 qualifying format and groups

10 groups of five or six teams took part in European Championship qualifying, with the top two countries qualifying automatically to the Euro 2020 finals.

The remaining four places in the Euro 2020 finals will be decided by the European Qualifiers play-offs, with the teams decided by their Nations League finish and NOT how they perform in their qualifying group.

Qualifiers in bold | play-offs in italics.

  • Group A: England, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Kosovo.
  • Group B: Portugal, Ukraine, Serbia, Lithuania, Luxembourg.
  • Group C: Netherlands, Germany, Northern Ireland, Estonia, Belarus.
  • Group D: Switzerland, Denmark, Republic of Ireland, Georgia, Gibraltar.
  • Group E: Croatia, Wales, Slovakia, Hungary, Azerbaijan.
  • Group F: Spain, Sweden, Norway, Romania, Faroe Islands, Malta.
  • Group G: Poland, Austria, Israel, Slovenia, North Macedonia, Latvia.
  • Group H: France, Iceland, Turkey, Albania, Moldova, Andorra.
  • Group I: Belgium, Russia, Scotland, Cyprus, Kazakhstan, San Marino.
  • Group J: Italy, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Finland, Greece, Armenia, Liechtenstein.

After qualification, what teams were in what pots for the main Euro 2020 draw?

Pot 1

  • Belgium
  • Italy (hosts)
  • England (hosts)
  • Germany (hosts)
  • Spain (hosts)
  • Ukraine

Pot 2

  • France
  • Poland
  • Switzerland
  • Croatia
  • Netherlands (hosts)
  • Russia (hosts)

Pot 3

  • Portugal
  • Turkey
  • Denmark (hosts)
  • Austria
  • Sweden
  • Czech Republic

Pot 4

  • Wales
  • Finland
  • Winner play-off Path A
  • Winner play-off Path B
  • Winner play-off Path C
  • Winner play-off Path D

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