Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic across Europe, broadcasting will come from BBC Sport's award-winning studio facility at Media City, Salford and UK-based stadiums with Gary Lineker, Gabby Logan, Eilidh Barbour and Mark Chapman all leading on the BBC's Euros presentations.
Representing the competing home nations in the studio are former England internationals Alan Shearer, Rio Ferdinand, Alex Scott and Micah Richards. Ashely Williams, who captained Wales to the semi-finals in 2016, joins former Wales player and manager Mark Hughes. James McFadden, Shelley Kerr and Charlie Adam will represent Scotland across our coverage.
Joining the team in the studio are three European Championship winners, former France striker Thierry Henry, Spanish midfielder Cesc Fabregas and prolific German goal-scorer, Jurgen Klinsmann.
Reporting on the England camp throughout the tournament is Kelly Somers. Eilidh Barbour will be with the Scotland team and Carl Roberts with Wales.
A Euro 2020 preview show on Wednesday 9 June will kick off a month-long schedule of European football action, closely followed by the opening game of the tournament between Turkey and Italy in Rome on Friday 11 June from 7pm on BBC One and BBC iPlayer - the first of 25 games live on the BBC.
The opening weekend games on the BBC:
Friday 11 June from 8pm, Turkey v Italy
Saturday 12 June from 1.15pm, Wales v Switzerland
Sunday 13 June from 1pm, England v Croatia
Monday 14 June from 1.15pm, Scotland v Czech Republic
Monday 14 June 14 from 7.30pm, Spain v Sweden