When are England playing in the Euros and what channel to watch them on

Jude Bellingham of England poses for a portrait
-Credit: (Image: Boris Streubel - UEFA/UEFA via Getty Images)

The Euros are coming up fast, the first match being tomorrow (Friday, June 14) between hosts Germany and Scotland on ITV. England has its first game on Sunday (June 16) against Serbia at 8pm - the first of three group-stage matches we need to get through before reaching the knock out round of 16.

We're in Group C with Serbia, Denmark and Slovenia but where and when can you watch these fixtures is the all-important question. Well, we've rounded up where and when each match will be showing for the group stages so you can watch our boys every kick of the way.

Because its international football, it's shared between BBC and ITV so there won't be any annoying paywalls in the way - though maybe a few adverts when you're on ITV. Nevertheless this is your one stop shop for the first stage of the tournament we've all be waiting for all year.

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England vs Serbia

Dusan Tadic of Serbia poses for a portrait
Dusan Tadic from Fenerbahçe is one to watch on the Serbian team -Credit:Mattia Ozbot - UEFA/UEFA via Getty Images

England are clashing with Serbia at 8pm on Sunday, June 16. This will air on BBC One. The match will go down at the Veltins Arena in Gelsenkirchen near Dortmund in West Germany. England is unbeaten in their last six matches against Serbia/Yugoslavia and it is their first match against the Serbians since they became the nation-state of Serbia in 2006. This is also the first time they have qualified since then.

Dusan Tadic from Fenerbahçe is one to watch on the Serbian team.

England vs Denmark

Christian Eriksen of Denmark poses for a portrait
Football legend Christian Eriksen is in Denmark's Euros squad -Credit:Alexander Scheuber - UEFA/UEFA via Getty Images

England is going head-to-head with Denmark at 5pm on Thursday, June 22. This will also be on BBC One. This second match day will be set in Deutsche Bank Park in Frankfurt in South West Germany. In their last four meetings, England has won twice, lost once and drawn once - not quite as reassuring as the Serbian statistics. Last Euros they made it all the way to the semi-finals where they were knocked out by none other than the England squad 2-1.

There are a couple of Danish players to look out for however with Rasmus Højlund, Christian Eriksen and Andreas Christensen.

England vs Slovenia

Jan Oblak of Slovenia poses for a portrait
Slovenian goalkeeper Jan Oblak plays for Italian team Athletico Madrid in club football -Credit:Pat Elmont - UEFA/UEFA via Getty Images

England's final group stage match day is against Slovenia at 8pm on Tuesday, June 25. This will be aired on ITV. This final matchday will take place at RheinEnergieStadion in Cologne in West Germany. In the six times they have faced each other England has won five and drawn one. This is only the second time Slovenia has qualified for the Euros, the last time being in 2000 when they were knocked out in the group stage.

The Slovenians do have some good players up their sleeves however with world-class goalkeeper Jan Oblak on side.

The next games after the group stages in the knockout round of 16 are to be decided based on the results of the group stage.

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