Euro 2016 TV guide: When and where you can watch England matches

Wales, Ireland and Northern Ireland, too.

Euro 2016
Euro 2016 Won by Portugal. Yey. Image Xavier Laine/Getty Images

Euro 2016 is almost here and with it one whole month of glorious football action.

From June 10 to July 10, France will play host to the biggest international tournament in Europe. With an expanded field from 16 to 24 teams, the UK and Ireland have their best turn out at a major competition for decades.

But when and where can you watch it? Get out the red marker pens and start circling dates on the calendar, because Loaded has compiled all of England, Wales, Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland’s fixtures so far into one place.

Bookmark this page because we’ll keep this page up to date as the tournament progresses and one of the above inevitably* goes all the way to glory.


 

Saturday, June 11

Wales v Slovakia – 5pm (BBC)

England v Russia – 8pm (ITV)

Sunday, June 12

Poland v Northern Ireland – 5pm (BBC)

Monday, June 13

Republic of Ireland v Sweden – 5pm (BBC)

Thursday, June 16

England v Wales – 2pm (BBC)

Ukraine v Northern Ireland – 5pm (ITV)

Saturday, June 18

Belgium v Republic of Ireland – 2pm (ITV)

Monday, June 20

Russia v Wales – 8pm (ITV)

Slovakia v England – 8pm (ITV)

Tuesday, June 21

Northern Ireland v Germany – 5pm (BBC)

Wednesday, June 22

Italy v Republic of Ireland – 8pm (ITV)

*Not a guarantee, but we have to believe!

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