Euros semi-final fixtures and results: Latest match schedule, dates and venues confirmed for knockout stage

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Euros semi-final fixtures and results: Latest match schedule, dates and venues confirmed for knockout stage

We’ve reached the Euro 2020 Final - with England attempting to win a major tournament for the first time since 1966.

The Three Lions made their first showpiece for 55 years thanks to Harry Kane’s extra-time goal against Denmark, which was the rebound off his own saved penalty.

Earlier on a tense night at Wembley, Danish captain Simon Kjaer inadvertently put through his own net after the visitors had taken the lead through a stunning Mikkel Damsgaard free-kick.

In the first semi-final, Italy beat Spain on penalties, with Dani Olmo and Alvaro Morata both missing in the shootout for Luis Enrique’s side.

Morata had earlier come off the bench to equalise for the Spanish with 10 minutes of the original 90 left at Wembley, cancelling out Federico Chiesa’s excellent finish.

Here is how the semi-finals played out...

Euro 2020 semi-finals fixtures and results

Tuesday July 6

8pm: Italy 1-1 Spain, AET, 4-2 on penalties, Wembley Stadium, London

Wednesday July 7

8pm: England 2-1 Denmark, AET, Wembley Stadium, London

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Friday July 2

5pm: Switzerland 1-1 Spain, AET, 1-3 on penalties, Saint Petersburg

8pm: Belgium 1-2 Italy, Munich

Saturday July 3

5pm: Czech Republic 1-2 Denmark, Baku

8pm: England 4-0 Ukraine, Rome

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Saturday June 26

5pm: Wales 0-4 Denmark, Amsterdam

8pm: Italy 2-1 Austria AET, Wembley

Sunday June 27

5pm: Netherlands 0-2 Czech Republic, Budapest

8pm: Belgium 1-0 Portugal, Seville

Monday June 28

5pm: Croatia 3-5 Spain AET, Copenhagen

8pm: France 3-3 Switzerland (Switzerland win 5-4 on penalties), Bucharest

Tuesday June 29

5pm: England 2-0 Germany, Wembley

8pm: Sweden 1-2 Ukraine AET, Glasgow

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