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The European Championshis , is one of the most prestigious and popular international football tournaments in the world, arguably second only to the World Cup. Since its inception in 1960, the Euros have not only been a platform for football brilliance, but also an opportunity to unite football fans across the continent.

Over the years, we have witnessed a variety of historic moments, from unexpected roars of victory to heartbreaking defeats. Certain nations have written themselves into football history through their success, with Germany and Spain being the most successful, with three titles each.

The most recent European Championship 2020, which due to the pandemic was played in 2021, offered nerve-wracking matches and a thrilling final where Italy beat England on penalties in front of a disappointed home crowd at Wembley Stadium in London.

It was Italy’s second Euros title, having won on home soil in 1968. The host nation has won the Euros on three occasions since 1960. Spain in 1964, Italy in 1968 and France in 1984. So it has been 40 years since a host country succeeded in the feat of securing an European Championship gold on home soil. Germany will be looking to join that exclusive club this summer.

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Euro 2024: Final

Details of the finalists will appear here after the semi-finals are completed. The semi-finals will take place on July 9 and 10.

Euro 2024: Odds to reach the final

Here are the odds from Betfred on teams reching the Euro 2024 final:

NationTo reach the EC final
Austria 22/1
Czech Republic33/1
Odds correct as of 14:00 on 27.03.24. Odds subject to change.

England and France are the nations with the lowest odds to reach the final in Berlin on July 14, with England currently priced at 13/8 and France at 9/4.  A little further down the list, World Cup third placers Croatia are 14/1 to reach the final. Defending champions Italy are 15/2 to reach a second successive final, while Scotland are priced at 40/1.

When and where will the Euro 2024 final be played?

The knockout stages of Euro 2024 kick off on June 29 with the round of 16. The final last 16 ties will be played on July 2. The first two quarter-finals will be played on July 5th and then two the day after. The semi-finals are scheduled for July 9 and July 10 at 20:00 BST. The final will be played on July 14 at 20:00 BST:

Date and timeHome teamAway teamVenue
14/7 at 20:00Semi 1 winnerSemi 2 winnersBerlin

The European Championship final in 2024 will be played in a historic arena, the Olympic Stadium in Berlin.

The Olympic Stadium in Berlin is one of Germany’s most iconic venues and has a rich history stretching back to 1936 when it was built for the Summer Olympics that year. Since then, the stadium has hosted a variety of events and matches of great importance.

In addition to the Olympic Games, the Olympic Stadium in Berlin has hosted several major football matches, including the 2006 World Cup final where Italy defeated France in a dramatic penalty shoot-out. In addition, the stadium has also hosted the 2015 Champions League final between Barcelona and Juventus as well as the 2019 Europa League final between Chelsea and Arsenal.

With its impressive architecture and historical significance, the Olympic Stadium in Berlin is one of Europe’s premier venues for sporting events and concerts, and will likely continue to be an important venue for big matches and memorable moments in the future. Today it is the home arena for the 2. Bundesliga team Hertha Berlin.

Euro 2024 Final TV Schedule

The final of Euro 2024 will be broadcast in the UK on both BBC and ITV.

July 14:

21:00: European Championship final 2024 – BBC and ITV.

How the Euro 2020 final played out

Some punters have a habit of glancing back in the history books, but rarely do they delve more than one championship back. So we are looking back to the final of Euro 2020. The tournaement was played in 2021 due to COVID. The final took place on 11 July 2021 at the iconic Wembley Stadium in London with England taking on Italy. After 90 intense and nerve-wracking minutes, the match ended 1-1, With no further goals in extra-time the match went to a penalty shoot-out.

Despite England leading 2-1 after two rounds of penalties, it was Italy who would trumph. Goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma, who was later awarded the player of the tournament award, was the hero of the hour as the Italians gained their second European Championship. Incidently Euro 2020 was the first time a goalkeeper received the player of the tournament award.

Previous European Championship finals

Previous European Football Championship finals have been characterised by intensity, drama and historic moments. From the very first championship in 1960, the European Championship finals have been the scene of great achievements and many memorable events that have marked the history of football in Europe.

Here is a summary of previous EC finals:

  • 1960: Soviet Union – Yugoslavia 2-1
  • 1964: Spain – Soviet Union 2-1
  • 1968: Italy – Yugoslavia 2-0
  • 1972: West Germany – Soviet Union 3-0
  • 1976: Czechoslovakia – West Germany 2-2 (Czechoslovakia won 5-3 on penalties)
  • 1980: West Germany – Belgium 2-1
  • 1984: France – Spain 2-0
  • 1988: Netherlands – Soviet Union 2-0
  • 1992: Denmark – Germany 2-0
  • 1996: Germany – Czech Republic 2-1 (Germany won 2-1 on penalties)
  • 2000: France – Italy 2-1 (Golden Goal)
  • 2004: Greece – Portugal 1-0
  • 2008: Spain – Germany 1-0
  • 2012: Spain – Italy 4-0
  • 2016: Portugal – France 1-0 (after extra time)

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Frequently Asked Questions

The Euro 2024 final will be played on July 14.

Germany/West Germany have been to the most European Championships finals. The Germans have been finalists six times.

The final of Euro 2024 will take place at the Olympic Stadium, Berlin.


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