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Across the whole summer we’ll be bringing people across the UK together as we showcase the best of British sporting storytelling.

— Philip Bernie, Interim Director of BBC Sport

The wait for UEFA Men’s Euro 24 in Germany is nearly over, with BBC Sport set to bring fans unrivalled access to all the action, analysis and entertainment across TV, BBC iPlayer, Radio, BBC Sounds and Online. Kicking off with the Men’s Euros, BBC Sport is the home of sport this summer, bringing people across the UK together showcasing the best of British sporting storytelling.

Gary Lineker, Gabby Logan, Mark Chapman and Alex Scott lead comprehensive coverage across TV and radio, and will be joined by a host of England, Scotland and European stars including the likes of Alan Shearer, Frank Lampard, Cesc Fabregas, Micah Richards, Rio Ferdinand, Ashley Williams, Ellen White, Rachel Corsie and James McFadden.

Several exciting names from the world of football make their Men’s Euros BBC punditry debut including Wayne Rooney, Joe Hart, Thomas Frank and David Moyes.

Danny Murphy, Martin Keown and Jermaine Jenas will be up on the gantry providing expert analysis as co-commentators.

The BBC will show England’s first two group games against Serbia on 16 June and Denmark on 20 June on television 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 on 19 June and Hungary on 23 June following their impressive qualifying campaign where they only suffered one loss.

Football fans can follow coverage of a massive opening weekend with live match commentary of the opening fixture Germany vs Scotland on BBC Radio 5 Live, with the first BBC televised game coming on Saturday evening when defending champions Italy take on Albania live on BBC One.

Kelly Cates and Steve Crossman will join Mark Chapman in fronting 5 Live’s wall-to-wall daily programmes, with coverage of all 51 Euros matches. BBC Football correspondent John Murray leads the radio commentary team.

Brand new for Euro 24 is the launch of the BBC iPlayer Euros channel, the go-to destination for all football fans who will find build up content including special features and matches from the Euros archive spotlighting the greatest games from the tournament.

BBC Radio 5 Live’s Football Daily podcast will be essential Euros listening every day on BBC Sounds, featuring world class analysis, insight and behind the scenes interviews from across Germany.

Philip Bernie, Interim Director of BBC Sport says: “BBC Sport is ready to deliver another highly anticipated football tournament at the start of what is an incredibly exciting summer of sport. With comprehensive unrivalled coverage and world class analysis of the Euros across TV, radio and online, fans can expect the very best from BBC Sport as the action unfolds in Germany. Across the whole summer we’ll be bringing people across the UK together as we showcase the best of British sporting storytelling.”

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TV and BBC iPlayer

composite image of Gabby Logan, Gary Lineker and Alex Scott with footballs flying around
Gabby Logan, Gary Lineker and Alex Scott

Broadcasting favourites Gary Lineker, Gabby Logan, Mark Chapman and Alex Scott lead coverage across the BBC’s Euros presentations. Broadcasting will come from the studio in the heart of Berlin with live match commentary from all ten host cities across Germany including Hamburg, Berlin, Gelsenkirchen, Dortmund, Leipzig, Dusseldorf, Cologne, Frankfurt, Stuttgart and Munich. 

Brand new for Euro 24 is the launch of the BBC iPlayer Euros channel. The BBC iPlayer Euros Channel will be the place-to-be for all football fans who will find build up content including special features and matches from the Euros archive spotlighting the greatest games from the tournament. During the tournament fans can watch 27 live matches, and it’ll also be home to additional analysis, mini highlights, home nations camp reports and new highlights programme Euros Breakdown with Alex Scott which will delve deeper into the biggest matches providing exclusive match reaction and insights around the most exciting matchups.

Representing England and Scotland in the studio are former England internationals, Micah Richards, Wayne Rooney, Alan Shearer, Rio Ferdinand, Frank Lampard, Ellen White and Joe Hart. David Moyes, James McFadden, and Rachel Corsie will represent Scotland across our coverage.

Joining the team in the studio will be two-time European Championship winner and legend of the game, former Spanish midfielder Cesc Fabregas. Brentford manager Thomas Frank will also join us in the studio for England v Denmark as well as some other group matches. Ashley Williams, who captained Wales during their remarkable semi-finals run in 2016 also joins the team.

Reporting on the England camp throughout the tournament is Kelly Somers. Eilidh Barbour will be with the Scotland team.

On TV commentary duties there’s Guy Mowbray, Robyn Cowen, Vicki Sparks, Steve Wilson, Steve Bower and Jonathan Pearce. Joining them on co-comms are Jermaine Jenas, Danny Murphy, Martin Keown, James McFadden as well as Alan Shearer who will be in the commentary box for England’s opener against Serbia on 16 June.

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.

Highlights programmes hosted by Alex Scott and selected match replays will be available most evenings on BBC One and BBC iPlayer for those that missed the action or want to relive it all over again.

All BBC games will be broadcast on BBC One or BBC Two, BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website and app.

As well as the exciting live action, there’ll be plenty of additional programming to spotlight the most tantalising tales off the pitch. Fans can tune into two documentaries following current and former stars. Mbappe is an exploration of France star Kylian Mbappe’s journey from tough Paris suburbs to the pinnacle of football. It features fascinating insight from former French legends Thierry Henry and Hugo Lloris, current manager Didier Deschamps and legendary former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger who bring to life both Mbappé’s career-changing struggles and his phenomenal successes. Mbappe is available to watch on demand on BBC iPlayer and to listen to on BBC Sounds.

There will also be a special feature on Three Lions legend and BBC Euros pundit Wayne Rooney. Rooney 2004: World At His Feet is the definitive story of the 12 days that changed Wayne Rooney’s life forever. Told firsthand, 20 years on, Wayne reflects on the highs and lows of Euro 2004 in Portugal, a tournament that saw 18-year-old Rooney catapult himself into international superstardom. Rooney 2004: World At His Feet will be available on iPlayer on 1 June, and on BBC One on 15 June at 10.30pm. 

BBC Sport journalists will be covering England and Scotland’s progress in their news coverage, with dedicated teams reporting across all platforms throughout the tournament, from BBC Breakfast to BBC News at Ten, and to their flagship sports news programme Sportsday on the BBC News channel. As well as servicing audiences across the UK, they will also be telling the story of the tournament to football fans across the globe via the World Service and the BBC News Channel. There will also be coverage of the tournament for younger viewers who can tune into Newsround on CBBC and iPlayer, as well as coverage from BBC News Serbian who will provide updates on England’s Group C rivals.

On CBBC and iPlayer, younger viewers can tune in the Jamie Johnson Watchalong for England’s important second group game against Denmark on the 20 June. 

Radio and BBC Sounds

What’s your favourite Euros memory? – Joe Hart, Ashley Williams, Martin Keown, Rachel Corsie, Izzy Christiansen, Vicki Sparks

Mark Chapman, Kelly Cates and Steve Crossman will lead live radio presentation from Germany for matches on BBC 5 Live and BBC Sounds. 

Radio commentary will come from John Murray, Ian Dennis, Alistair Bruce-Ball and Vicki Sparks. They’ll be joined by a host of former internationals with Chris Sutton, Matthew Upson, Pat Nevin, Izzy Christiansen, Conor Coady and Dion Dublin all on co-commentary. Also featuring will be Theo Walcott, Clinton Morrison, Paul Robinson, Euro 2016 winner Jose Fonte, Jen Beattie, Robert Huth, Stephen Warnock and Mario Melchiot.

The Football Daily podcast will re-locate to Germany for the Euros, providing the best analysis, interviews from inside the England and Scotland camps and insight from big footballing names. 

5 live Breakfast will also be live at the tournament, with Rick Edwards travelling across Germany, while Gordon Smart’s night-time show will come live from Munich as he follows Scotland’s progress. 

There will also be regular editions of the 606 phone-in, hosted by Robbie Savage and Chris Sutton, when fans can voice their views and react to the big Euros moments.

BBC Sport Website and App

Who do you think is the dark horse? – Joe Hart, Ashley Williams, Martin Keown, Rachel Corsie, Izzy Christiansen, Vicki Sparks

BBC Sport’s digital services will provide audiences with dynamic and exciting coverage of Euro 24, with the best live output, every goal, analysis and breaking news.  

Fans can follow the drama of all 51 games and get involved all day, every day across any device from anywhere in the world as the drama unfolds. 

As well as highlights of every game, the BBC Sport website and app will also be home to the hugely popular live pages. The live service is now faster and more interactive than ever, giving fans the chance to follow the action as it happens, with clips of the key moments from BBC TV games.

Our industry-leading EURO 2024 coverage will be available online at bbc.co.uk/euro2024 and through the BBC Sport app on your mobile, and across our social media channels.

Whether it’s catching up with the latest action and news on your mobile, joining in the match-day build-up from your laptop, watching matches on the biggest screen in the house or going behind the scenes on social media, Euro 2024 content is available in any way you choose.

BBC Sport’s digital coverage has you covered for the whole of Euro 2024: 

  • Every BBC game live on iPlayer, Sounds, the BBC Sport website and BBC Sport app
    Improved in-game live service online with quicker goal flashes and updates.
  • See all the goals and highlights from every game on the website and app
  • Set mobile alerts for all 24 teams (line-ups, kick-off, goals, half-time score and result)
  • Download the BBC’s Euro 2024 wallchart or see the standings in our new groups & schedules page
  • Join our BBC Football WhatsApp channel to get the best content delivered direct to your device

As well as match reports, reaction and the latest news, other editorial insights include:

Join the match-day build-up

Online coverage will begin each day at 7am BST and feature all the breaking news, reaction, analysis and fan debate. You can also be part of the conversation via BBC Sport’s social media channels.

Daily news from inside the camps

Extensive coverage, the latest news conferences and player interviews from reporters inside the England and Scotland team camps.

England and Scotland team selectors

Fancy yourself as a national team boss? England and Scotland supporters will be able to pick their preferred starting line-ups for each game via the BBC Sport website and app 

Pundit predictions

Hear from BBC pundits on who they think will win the tournament, while BBC Sport’s master predictor Chris Sutton will be giving his thoughts on each round.

Daily Euro 2024 quiz

 Can you identify this Euro legend? We’ll give you the clues, but then the rest is up to you.

Plus:

  • How sustainable is Euro 2024? We look deeper into how green this tournament is
  • It’s 20 years since Greece won 2024. What are the biggest shocks in Euros history?
  • Georgia are making their debut at the Euros – we speak to the team behind the dream.
  • It may be Ronaldo’s last Euros – we look at the records he has broken & the ones he is still chasing
  • Where have Germany’s great goalscorers gone? We explore what happened to a great tradition
Who do you think is going to win the Euros? – Joe Hart, Ashley Williams, Martin Keown, Rachel Corsie, Izzy Christiansen, Vicki Sparks

From all the best goals and moments of action to breaking news and key stories from the tournament, you won’t miss a thing on BBC Sport’s social media accounts. Must-see match moments will dominate our vertical video offerings, with TikTok and Instagram treatments skewing towards younger audiences.

It’s on Instagram and TikTok where we’ll also take audiences behind the scenes and into the world of our expert team of presenters and pundits on the ground in Germany. Twitter will come to life during the biggest live moments, while Facebook will deliver a mix of news stories, fan debate and video. And don’t forget to join our dedicated football WhatsApp channel to keep across the tournament’s biggest news and talking points.

Scotland

BBC Scotland’s sports teams will be at the heart of the live action for audiences during this summer’s Euros journey.

For the tournament opener against hosts Germany on 14 June, Kenny MacIntyre will present BBC Radio Scotland’s Sportsound live from the Allianz Arena in Munich.

Liam McLeod will be commentating with Steven Thompson and Leanne Crichton alongside him, giving their insights as the Scotland campaign gets under way.

There’ll be a highlights programme on the BBC Scotland channel, presented by Jonathan Sutherland with Neil McCann providing the analysis.

Scotland’s two other group matches against perennial qualifiers Switzerland, and Hungary, who reached the knockout stages in 2016, will be live on BBC One Scotland and on BBC Radio Scotland.

Liam McLeod will be in the commentary box with Neil McCann for the live television coverage of the match against Switzerland in Cologne on June 19. The highlights programme on BBC Scotland will be presented by Jonathan Sutherland with Neil McCann analysing.

Kenny MacIntyre will present Sportsound on BBC Radio Scotland live from Cologne, and Alasdair Lamont will be providing live commentary with Steven Thompson and Leanne Crichton alongside.

For Scotland’s final group match against Hungary on June 23 in Stuttgart, Liam McLeod will be commentating live on BBC One Scotland with Neil McCann.

Jonathan Sutherland will front highlights of the match with Neil McCann on BBC Scotland. 

On BBC Radio Scotland, Kenny MacIntyre will present Sportsound live from Stuttgart and Alasdair Lamont will be commentating with Steven Thompson and Leanne Crichton.

There’ll be a daily Euros podcast on BBC Sounds from BBC Scotland Sport throughout the tournament and in the run-up there’ll be specially commissioned programmes to warm up audiences for the main event. 

On June 8, the BBC Scotland channel will air Meet Steve Clarke – an in-depth interview with the Scotland coach by Tom English – and How We Got There (w/t), a thrilling look back at Scotland’s qualifying campaign.

And Scottish football’s odd couple – Tam Cowan and Stuart Cosgrove – will tackle the big talking points in their inimitable style with three editions of Off the Ball on BBC Radio Scotland on the days of Scotland’s group matches.

BBC Spòrs will provide multi-platform content across BBC ALBA, Radio Nan Gaidheal and BBC Sounds, with live inserts and packages from the Scotland team and fans travelling to Germany on An Là News with Allan Macleod, and on social pages @BBCSpors. 

There’ll also be coverage on Radio Nan Gàidheal from Scotland’s group games with Alasdair Maclennan and Calum Macdonald commentating.

Analysis from the studio will be anchored by John Morrison and feature Carrie MacNeil, Stuart Urquhart and Ruairidh Alasdair Maclennan, and the podcast series – SpòrsCast – will be previewing the tournament.

Louise Thornton, Head of Commissioning, BBC Scotland, says: “There’s nothing like a major football tournament to bring audiences together and we’ll have a wide range of programming that’ll keep the excitement at fever pitch. Our sports teams will have all the live action, news and views as Scotland look to progress through the group. In addition to coverage of all the action on the pitch, there’ll also be plenty of serious and light-hearted analysis in content such as the Euros podcast and Off the Ball. Euros 24 has all the makings of a great occasion and we’re delighted we’ll be with Scotland and the supporters every step of the way.”

Group Stage TV Schedule

Date

Match

Kick Off (BST)

Broadcaster

14 June

Germany v Scotland

8pm

ITV

15 June

Hungary v Switzerland

2pm

ITV

15 June

Spain v Croatia

5pm

ITV

15 June

Italy v Albania

8pm

BBC

16 June

Poland v Netherlands

2pm

BBC

16 June

Slovenia v Denmark

5pm

ITV

16 June

Serbia v England

8pm

BBC

17 June

Romania v Ukraine

2pm

BBC

17 June

Belgium v Slovakia

5pm

ITV

17 June

Austria v France

8pm

ITV

18 June

Turkey v Georgia

5pm

BBC

18 June

Portugal v Czech Republic

8pm

BBC

19 June

Croatia v Albania

2pm

ITV

19 June

Germany v Hungary

5pm

BBC

19 June

Scotland v Switzerland

8pm

BBC

20 June

Slovenia v Serbia

2pm

ITV

20 June

Denmark v England

5pm

BBC

20 June

Spain v Italy

8pm

ITV

21 June

Slovakia v Ukraine

2pm

BBC

21 June

Poland v Austria

5pm

ITV

21 June

Netherlands v France

8pm

BBC

22 June

Georgia v Czech Republic

2pm

BBC

22 June

Turkey v Portugal

5pm

ITV

22 June

Belgium v Romania

8pm

ITV

23 June

Switzerland v Germany

8pm

BBC

23 June

Scotland v Hungary

8pm

BBC

24 June

Albania v Spain

8pm

BBC

24 June

Croatia v Italy

8pm

BBC

25 June

Netherlands v Austria

5pm

BBC

25 June

France v Poland

5pm

BBC

25 June

England v Slovenia

8pm

ITV

25 June

Denmark v Serbia

8pm

ITV

26 June

Slovakia v Romania

5pm

BBC

26 June

Ukraine v Belgium

5pm

BBC

26 June

Georgia v Portugal

8pm

ITV

26 June

Czech Republic v Turkey

8pm

ITV

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