How to watch England and Wales Euro 2020 Round of 16, TV channel, live stream and kick-off time

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The BBC will be showing both of the home nations Round of 16 clashes as they England and Wales take on Germany and Denmark respectively.

Wales booked their place in the knockouts for the second time in successive tournaments, building on their good run at Euro 2016 and progressed out of Group A.

Italy, who have emerged as one of the favourites for the tournament, eased their way through the group stages and beat Rob Page’s side in the final group match 1-0 as Ethan Ampadu was given a straight red card for a late tackle.

Although Wales managed to avoid a heavier defeat which would have caused them to slip into third as Liverpool attacker Xherdan Shaqiri steered Switzerland through with his brace in a 3-1 win over Turkey.

Denmark’s task prior to their Group B finale with Russia looked bleak, but they still had a chance and they emphatically took it with a 4-1 win as Mikkel Damsgaard and Chelsea’s Andres Christensen scored the pick of the goals to finish second.

England’s path to the knockouts wasn’t as simple as they thought but it was made easier thanks to results elsewhere prior to their clash with the Czech Republic saw them qualify without kicking a ball.

This meant that only top spot was left to be decided of the clash against the Czechs and results elsewhere in the group that they through but they still had top spot to fight for.

Much like in their 1-0 win over Croatia, Raheem Sterling scored the only goal of the game as he headed home from Jack Grealish’s cross.

The win meant they’d have to wait for the conclusion of the Group of Death, Group F, which had France, Germany, Portugal and Hungary all looking for a route into the knockout phase.

After a number of twists and turns, the World Champions along with the holders and the Germans progressed.

England v Scotland is kicking off tonight at Wembley and you can get your hands on the EURO 2020 tournament programme wherever you’re watching – and whoever you’re supporting!

The official programme covers the tournament from start through to the quarter finals, with 11 versions available. Each of the 11 venues has a special edition with a unique cover and intro to the host city and stadium – so tonight the London edition will be on sale at Wembley. With star-name interviews and special features, it is a must-read for all of us enjoying EURO 2020!

https://reachsportshop.com/matchday_programme/uefa-euro-2020-official-programme-london-edition/

When are the matches on?

Wales play Denmark on June 26 at the Amsterdam ArenA at 5pm, the coverage will be shown on BBC and live-streamed on BBC iPlayer.

England host Germany, at Wembley, on June 29 also live on BBC and iPlayer at 5pm.

BBC will also air Italy’s showdown with Austria following Wales’ match with Denmark for a 8pm kick off and Sweden and Ukraine which follows England’s match.

Whereas ITV will show; Belgium vs. Portugal, France vs. Sweden, Croatia vs. Spain and Holland vs. Czech Republic with all matches available on the ITV Hub.

Full schedule

Saturday, June 26:

Wales vs. Denmark – BBC, 5pm KO

Italy vs. Austria – BBC, 8pm KO

Sunday, June 27:

Holland vs. Czech Republic – ITV, 5pm KO

Belgium vs. Portugal – ITV, 8pm KO

Monday, June 28:

Croatia vs. Spain – ITV, 5pm KO

France vs. Switzerland – ITV, 8pm KO

Tuesday, 29 July:

England vs. Germany – BBC, 5pm KO

Sweden vs. Ukraine – BBC, 8pm KO

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