Euro 2024 TV schedule confirmed as BBC and ITV split England and Scotland matches
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England and Scotland fans are counting down the days until the start of Euro 2024 and the TV schedule for the tournament has now been confirmed.
Next summer's tournament in Germany gets underway on June 14 and finishes with the final in Berlin on July 14.
Tens of thousands of football fans from the UK are expected to travel to Germany for the tournament.
And for those staying at home, the TV schedule has now been confirmed by the BBC and ITV.
England will kick off their tournament against Serbia on ITV at 8pm on June 16, as per The Sun.
The Three Lions will then play Denmark at 5pm on BBC on June 20.
England's final group-stage game against Slovenia will be on June 25 at 8pm on ITV.
Scotland will kick off the tournament against hosts Germany on ITV at 8pm on June 14.
Their second game will be against Switzerland at 8pm on BBC on June 19, while their third game against Hungary will be shown on BBC at 8pm on June 23.
ITV will have the first three picks, plus the fifth and seventh picks from the round of 16 fixtures.
BBC will then have the first and third picks for the quarter-finals, with ITV receiving the first pick for the semi-finals.
Both broadcasters will then show the final at the Olympiastadion in Berlin.
England will head into the tournament as one of the favourites to win the competition.
They are currently joint-favourites with World Cup runners-up France, followed by Germany, Spain and Portugal.
"I have stood here after quite a few draws and you always feel the same way. You can look at it on paper but the games are not played on paper," he said.
"There are one or two teams you are glad to avoid, certainly in pot 3 and pot 4, but all of the teams we are playing are more than capable."
He added: "I was really relaxed about all of it. I guess the advantage we have is that because we have been in a few tournaments, we know the format and you know the next objective is to get out of the group and you try to build from there."