Group Stage matches during Euro 2016 on BBC

By | May 11, 2016

BBC will broadcast Euro 2016 together with ITV in England. That means you can only watch about half of the group stage matches during Euro 2016 on BBC. Here you can see which matches!

What you will notice at once as you take a look on the list is that ITV will broadcast the opening match during Euro 2016 between France and Romania. In other words you will need to watch that match on ITV and not on BBC. But, as a nice treat for the people of England BBC will show the battle of Britain between England and Wales on June 16th.

Here you can take a look at the list presenting all the group stage matches that BBC will broadcast during Euro 2016. They will also broadcast lots of matches during the knockout stage, but it has not yet been decided which matches they will broadcast. For more information on how you can watch Euro 2016 online and a full schedule, visit Euro2016.one. For information on how you can watch BBC outside the UK, click the link.

euro 2016 matches on bbc

These are the group stage matches that will be broadcasted on BBC in England

Group stage matches on BBC

Saturday 11 June

14.00 (BBC) Albania v Switzerland

17.00 (BBC ) Wales v Slovakia

Sunday 12 June

17.00 (BBC) Poland v Northern Ireland

20.00 (BBC) Germany v Ukraine

Monday 13 June

17.00 (BBC) Republic of Ireland v Sweden

20.00 (BBC) Belgium v Italy

Tuesday 14 June

20.00 (BBC) Portugal v Iceland

Wednesday 15 June

14.00 (BBC) Russia v Slovakia

Thursday 16 June

14.00 (BBC) England v Wales

Friday 17 June

17.00 (BBC) Czech Republic v Croatia

Saturday 18 June

17.00 (BBC) Iceland v Hungary

20.00 (BBC) Portugal v Austria

Sunday 19 June

20.00 (BBC) Romania v Albania

20.00 (BBC) Switzerland v France

Tuesday 21 June

17.00 (BBC) Northern Ireland v Germany

17.00 (BBC) Ukraine v Poland

Wednesday 22 June

17.00 (BBC) Hungary v Portugal

17.00 (BBC) Iceland v Austria

Have an amazing time watching Euro 2016 on both ITV and on BBC. Lets also hope that Northern Ireland, Wales and England will play extraordinary football, and maybe we can cheer a bit for Ireland as well!

 

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