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Ready to get your kicks in for EURO 2024? Well, so are we!

Welcome to our information hub on Europe’s biggest quadrennial football tournament. Find out key details on the event, stay informed on the best matches to watch, and perhaps even learn a bit more about your favourite players!


What is EURO 2024?

Held once every four years since 1960 (with the exception of 2020 due to COVID-19), the UEFA European Championship, or “EURO” for short is a quadrennial football tournament played by various countries across (and beyond) the continent. This year’s competition will be the 17th edition, with Italy reigning as the defending champion.

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When is EURO 2024 taking place?

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At the time of writing, the EURO 2024 qualifiers have already concluded. However, the main tournament is scheduled to commence on Friday, 14 June and will last all the way to Sunday, 14 July.


Who has qualified for EURO 2024?

A total of 24 teams, including host country Germany, have already qualified to take part in the competition.

  • Albania
  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • Croatia
  • Czechia
  • Denmark
  • England
  • France
  • Georgia
  • Germany (host)
  • Hungary
  • Italy
  • Netherlands
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Romania
  • Scotland
  • Serbia
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia
  • Spain
  • Switzerland
  • Türkiye
  • Ukraine

Tournament Format

EURO 2024 Tournament Bracket

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The competition consists of three parts: a qualifying stage, a round-robin group stage, and a single-elimination knockout stage for the top 16 teams.

In the qualifiers, eligible countries play for one of 23 available spots in the group stage of the main tournament. The host country is usually awarded the 24th spot as a courtesy, allowing them to bypass this stage.

In the group stages, a round-robin competition is then conducted to narrow down the top 16 teams.

From there, the top 16 teams play a single-elimination knockout stage leading up to the Finals on 14 July.

EURO 2024 Host Cities, Stadiums, and Fixtures 

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The 51 EURO 2024 matches will unfold across 10 different cities (and of course, stadiums) in Germany. There's no need to rush for a plane ticket, though - you can always catch the action from the comfort of your homes with our handy Season Pass!


Berlin: Olympiastadion Berlin

Stadium Capacity: 71,000

15 June: Spain vs Croatia

21 June: Poland vs Austria

25 June: Netherlands vs Austria

29 June: Round of 16 – 2A vs 2B

06 July: Quarter-final

14 July: Final


Cologne: Cologne Stadium

Stadium Capacity: 43,000

15 June: Hungary vs Switzerland

19 June: Scotland vs Switzerland

22 June: Belgium vs Romania

25 June: England vs Slovenia

30 June: Round of 16 – 1B vs 3A/D/E/F


Dortmund: BVB Stadion Dortmund

Stadium Capacity: 62,000

15 June: Italy vs Albania

18 June: Türkiye vs Georgia

22 June: Türkiye vs Portugal

25 June: France vs Poland

29 June: Round of 16 – 1A vs 2C

10 July: Semi-final


Dusseldorf: Dusseldorf Arena

Stadium Capacity: 47,000

17 June: Austria vs France

21 June: Slovakia vs Ukraine

24 June: Albania vs Spain

01 July: Round of 16 – 2D vs 2E

06 July: Quarter-final


Frankfurt: Frankfurt Arena

Stadium Capacity: 47,000

17 June: Belgium vs Slovakia

20 June: Denmark vs England

23 June: Switzerland vs Germany

26 June: Slovakia vs Romania

01 July: Round of 16 – 1F vs 3A/B/C


Gelsenkirchen: Arena AufSchalke

Stadium Capacity: 50,000

16 June: Serbia vs England

20 June: Spain vs Italy

26 June: Georgia vs Portugal

30 June: Round of 16 – 1C vs 3D/E/F


Hamburg: Volksparkstadion Hamburg

Stadium Capacity: 49,000

16 June: Poland vs Netherlands

19 June: Croatia vs Albania

22 June: Georgia vs Czechia

26 June: Czechia vs Türkiye

05 July: Quarter-final


Leipzig: Leipzig Stadium

Stadium Capacity: 40,000

18 June: Portugal vs Czechia

21 June: Netherlands vs France

24 June: Croatia vs Italy

02 July: Round of 16 – 1D vs 2F


Munich: Munich Football Arena

Stadium Capacity: 66,000

14 June: Germany vs Scotland

17 June: Romania vs Ukraine

20 June: Slovenia vs Serbia

25 June: Denmark vs Serbia

02 July: Round of 16 – 1E vs 3A/B/C/D

09 July: Semi-final


Stuttgart: Stuttgart Arena

Stadium Capacity: 51,000

16 June: Slovenia vs Denmark

19 June: Germany vs Hungary

23 June: Scotland vs Hungary

26 June: Ukraine vs Belgium

05 July: Quarter-final

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Our Top 3 Football Players to watch

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Kylian Mbappe (France)

As far as famous football players go, this French pro needs no introduction. Having recently announced his departure from Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) after seven years for Real Madrid, 25-year-old Kylian Mbappe is a stellar forward and the current captain of the French national team.

On the pitch, Mbappe is famed for his speed as well as his amazing skill in dribbling and finishing. Among numerous other achievements (which is still quite the understatement), he is also the current record holder for the most goals scored in a World Cup finals match, having pulled off a tidy hat-trick against Argentina in the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

But accolades aside, he is understandably concerned about France’s potential performance after their surprising 2-0 loss to Germany in a recent March friendly. (Thanks, Reuters.)


Florian Wirtz (Germany)

Widely regarded as the brightest up-and-coming star in the Bundesliga, 21-year-old Florian Wirtz is a midfielder and left-winger for the German national team as well as Bayer Leverkusen.

On the pitch, he excels in offensive gameplay – being able to identify, set up, and execute complex passes with ease. This potent combination has led Wirtz to become the youngest ever goalscorer in the Bundesliga (17 years and 34 days), netting the ball in his very first appearance with Leverkusen against Bayern Munich in June 2020.

Additionally, he also holds the record for the second-fastest goal ever scored in international football history at just 7 seconds against France. Impressive? Certainly – but it’s also extremely amusing when you realise this is the very same match that has a certain French striker worried!

Jude Bellingham (England)

Speaking of bright young talents, at just 20 years of age, Jude Bellington is another of EURO 2024’s top players to catch, and for good reason.

The midfielder, who currently plays for Real Madrid and the English national team has been making some serious waves in the world of international football. Plus, this isn’t his first rodeo, having previously represented England at EURO 2020 as well as the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

Lauded for his impressive technical abilities and finishing skills, Bellingham became Borussia Dortmund’s youngest goalscorer in his first-ever appearance with them in 2020, an achievement that he still holds today. Beyond that, the Englishman also won both of the major awards for male footballers under the age of 21 in 2023: specifically, the Golden Boy and the Kopa Trophy.

How can I watch EURO 2024 in Singapore?

Can’t wait for the action to unfold? Fantastic – now, here’s how you can get in on it!

StarHub is rolling out a Season Pass featuring SPOTV’s coverage of UEFA EURO 2024 at just S$108, which will be available for all existing StarHub TV+ subscribers.

Simply pick one up, and you can catch all 51 EURO 2024 matches LIVE from the comfort of your homes at great value!

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