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BBC and ITV have revealed their coverage plans for the 2024 UEFA European Championship, following Saturday’s draw for the tournament.

UK television coverage of the tournament will kick-off on ITV [and STV in Scotland] on 14 June with exclusive live coverage of the opening match between hosts Germany and Scotland in Munich.

ITV will show England’s final Group game against Slovenia and will have picks one, two and three of the Round of 16 as well as first pick of the Semi-finals.

The BBC will show England’s first two group games against Serbia (16 June) and Denmark (20 June) as Gareth Southgate’s squad begin their bid to go one step further than they did in Euro 2020.

The BBC will also show Scotland’s group games against Switzerland (19 June) and Hungary (23 June) following their impressive qualifying campaign where they only suffered one loss.

The BBC will have first choice of the quarter-finals and will also show live games featuring some of the biggest teams in Europe including current holders Italy, World Cup runners-up France versus the Netherlands (21 June), Spain, Belgium and Portugal plus two group games featuring the hosts Germany.

If Wales qualify from the playoffs, the BBC will also broadcast their group games against France and the Netherlands.

14-Jun - Germany v Scotland - 8pm - ITV

15-Jun - Hungary v Switzerland - 2pm - ITV

15-Jun - Spain v Croatia - 5pm - ITV

15-Jun - Italy v Albania - 8pm - BBC

16-Jun - Play-off Winner A* v Netherlands - 2pm - BBC

16-Jun - Slovenia v Denmark - 5pm - ITV

16-Jun - Serbia v England - 8pm - BBC

17-Jun - Romania v Play-off Winner B* - 2pm - BBC

17-Jun - Belgium v Slovakia - 5pm - ITV

17-Jun - Austria v France - 8pm - ITV

18-Jun - Turkey v Play-off Winner C* - 5pm - BBC

18-Jun - Portugal v Czech Republic - 8pm - BBC

19-Jun - Croatia v Albania - 2pm - ITV

19-Jun - Germany v Hungary - 5pm - BBC

19-Jun - Scotland v Switzerland - 8pm - BBC

20-Jun - Slovenia v Serbia - 2pm - ITV

20-Jun - Denmark v England - 5pm - BBC

20-Jun - Spain v Italy - 8pm - ITV

21-Jun - Slovakia v Play-off winner B* - 2pm - BBC

21-Jun - Play-off Winner A* v Austria - 5pm - ITV

21-Jun - Netherlands v France - 8pm - BBC

22-Jun - Play-off Winner C* v Czech Republic - 2pm - BBC

22-Jun - Turkey v Portugal - 5pm - ITV

22-Jun - Belgium v Romania - 8pm - ITV

23-Jun - Switzerland v Germany - 8pm - BBC

23-Jun - Scotland v Hungary - 8pm - BBC

24-Jun - Albania v Spain - 8pm - BBC

24-Jun - Croatia v Italy - 8pm - BBC

25-Jun - Netherlands v Austria - 5pm - BBC

25-Jun - France v Play-off Winner A* - 5pm - BBC

25-Jun - England v Slovenia - 8pm - ITV

25-Jun - Denmark v Serbia - 8pm - ITV

26-Jun - Slovakia v Romania - 5pm - BBC

26-Jun - Play-off Winner B* v Belgium - 5pm - BBC

26-Jun - Play-off Winner C* v Portugal - 8pm - ITV

26-Jun - Czech Republic v Turkey - 8pm - ITV

Philip Bernie, Head of BBC Sport Content says: “With the UEFA European Championships, the Paris Olympics and Wimbledon all on the BBC next year, our summer of sport promises to be very memorable...

"In addition to live games featuring all the tournament favourites, we are very pleased to have two games each for England and Scotland in the group stages, and we hope to add two more for Wales if they qualify too. We’re proud that the BBC will once again bring audiences comprehensive coverage and analysis of the whole event across TV, radio and online, ensuring fans, wherever they are, can enjoy it all.”

Niall Sloane, ITV Director of Sport, says: “Following the draw, we can now begin to look forward to next summer’s Euros in Germany and we’re delighted to be able to bring viewers what should be a flying start to the tournament with the opening match between Scotland and the hosts...

"We have first picks of the Round of 16 and the Semi-finals and with England among the favourites, we hope to be able to bring viewers their biggest moments from what could be an historic tournament for them. We’ll be announcing our coverage plans in full in the lead-up to next June with the aim of bringing viewers the very best of Euro 2024.”

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