The BBC will give audiences 24/7 access to all of the action, analysis and insight from this summer’s Euro 2020 across TV, radio and online.
England, Scotland and Wales’ opening games are exclusively live on the BBC, and all 51 matches in the tournament are available on Radio 5 Live.
Gary Lineker, Gabby Logan, Eilidh Barbour and Mark Chapman will lead coverage across TV and radio.
They will be joined by a host of former international stars from 11 June.
Alan Shearer, Rio Ferdinand, Alex Scott, Micah Richards, Ashley Williams, Mark Hughes, Shelley Kerr and James McFadden will all feature.
European Championship winners Thierry Henry, Cesc Fabregas and Jurgen Klinsmann also join the team for the tournament, which was delayed by 12 months because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Opening game Turkey v Italy in Rome on Friday, 11 June is the first of 25 live matches across BBC One, BBC Two, BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website and app.
That is followed by Wales v Switzerland on 12 June, England v Croatia on 13 June and Scotland v Czech Republic and Spain v Sweden on 14 June, giving audiences the first opportunity to see all the home nations who qualified in action.
Director of BBC Sport Barbara Slater said: “After patiently waiting, the first of this summer’s major sporting events is now on the horizon and the BBC is ready to deliver another memorable football tournament, making sure audiences are entertained from start to finish.
“Three of our home nations are all in action on the BBC during the opening weekend, along with an array of the finest European talent on display throughout the Championship. All coverage will be brought to viewers and listeners by an unrivalled line-up of the best presenters and experts who can offer that unique insight, analysis and entertainment.”
Steve Crossman and Emma Saunders will join Mark Chapman in fronting 5 Live’s coverage, with co-commentary coming from former England internationals Karen Carney and Chris Waddle. Pat Nevin, Erin Cuthbert and Charlie Adam will focus on Scotland, while Nathan Blake and James Collins will be at the heart of the Wales coverage.
BBC Radio 5 Live’s Daily Euros podcast will be your essential listening every day throughout the tournament on BBC Sounds, with all the analysis, best interviews and behind-the-scenes insight.
Starting on 1 June, Gary Lineker, Alan Shearer and Micah Richards will also kick off a Euros-themed Match of the Day: Top 10 podcast, while Peter Crouch, Tom Fordyce and Chris Stark return to BBC Sounds with That Peter Crouch Euros Podcast.
Former England striker Crouch will also be back stronger on TV screens this summer, where he will be joined by Maya Jama and Alex Horne for Crouchy’s Year Late Euros.
Group stage TV schedule (all times BST)
Friday, 11 June
Turkey v Italy (20:00) – BBC
Saturday, 12 June
Wales v Switzerland (14:00) – BBC
Denmark v Finland (17:00) – BBC
Belgium v Russia(20:00) – ITV
Sunday, 13 June
England v Croatia(14:00) – BBC
Austria v North Macedonia(17:00) – ITV
Netherlands v Ukraine (20:00) – ITV
Monday, 14 June
Scotland v Czech Republic(14:00) – BBC
Poland v Slovakia(17:00) – ITV
Spain v Sweden (20:00) – BBC
Tuesday, 15 June
Hungary v Portugal (17:00) – ITV
France v Germany (20:00) – ITV
Wednesday, 16 June
Finland v Russia (14:00) – BBC
Turkey v Wales (17:00) – BBC
Italy v Switzerland (20:00) – ITV
Thursday, 17 June
Ukraine v North Macedonia (14:00) – ITV
Denmark v Belgium (17:00) – ITV
Netherlands v Austria (20:00) – BBC
Friday, 18 June
Sweden v Slovakia (14:00) – BBC
Croatia v Czech Republic (17:00) – BBC
England v Scotland (20:00) – ITV
Saturday, 19 June
Hungary v France(14:00) – BBC
Portugal v Germany (17:00) – ITV
Spain v Poland (20:00) – BBC
Sunday, 20 June
Italy v Wales (17:00) – ITV
Switzerland v Turkey (17:00) – ITV
Monday, 21 June
North Macedonia v Netherlands (17:00) – ITV
Ukraine v Austria(17:00) – ITV
Finland v Belgium (20:00) – BBC
Russia v Denmark(20:00) – BBC
Tuesday, 22 June
Croatia v Scotland (20:00) – ITV
Czech Republic v England (20:00) – ITV
Wednesday, 23 June
Slovakia v Spain (17:00) – ITV
Sweden v Poland(17:00) – ITV
Germany v Hungary (20:00) – BBC
Portugal v France(20:00) – BBC
The BBC will also have first and second pick of the games at the last 16 and quarter-final stages.