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Euro 2024 Round-of-16: Fixtures, schedule and where to watch as knockout stage football takes over

The European Championship group stages are over and now the attention turns to knockout football. Here’s everything you need to know about the round-of-16.

The Euro 2024 group stages certainly provided plenty drama, excitement and upsets… well, maybe not England.

With the groups out of the way, we can now look ahead to the business end of the tournament.

Here, we take a look at all the fixtures, match schedule and where you can watch the games unfold.


Round-of-16 fixtures

Saturday, June 29 – Switzerland vs Italy (1700 BST – Berlin, BBC)
Saturday, June 29 – Germany vs Denmark (2000 BST – Dortmund, ITV)
Sunday, June 30 – England vs Slovakia (1700 BST – Gelsenkirchen, ITV)
Sunday, June 30 – Spain vs Georgia (2000 BST – Cologne, ITV)
Monday, July 1 – France vs Belgium (1700 BST – Dusseldorf, ITV)
Monday, July 1 – Portugal vs Slovenia (2000 BST – Frankfurt, BBC)
Tuesday, July 2 – Romania vs Netherlands (1700 BST – Munich, BBC)
Tuesday, July 2 – Austria vs Turkey (2000 BST – Leipzig, ITV)


England will be hoping to put on a much-improved performance when they take on Slovakia in their round-of-16 fixture.

The Three Lions received much criticism for their group stage performance which saw Gareth Southgate’s men score a measly two goals.

Despite topping the group, there’s a lot of frustration coming from the England fans who are waiting for their side to put on a performance worthy of their pre-tournament favourites tag.

Slovakia kicked off the tournament with a shock win over Belgium, but they haven’t been able to back it up since.

Speaking of Belgium, the Red Devils are involved in arguably the tie of the round as they prepare to take on France.

Les Bleus, similarly to England, only scored twice during the group stage – an own goal and a penalty.

Hosts Germany are involved in a tasty encounter with Denmark while Austria and Turkey meet in a clash featuring two possible dark horses.

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