England have named their 26-man squad for this summer’s European Championship. You are one of the leading competitors with a strong squad.

Gareth Southgate’s team will play a number of matches on home soil at Wembley, and the one-year postponement of the tournament due to Covid has given England’s young talent extra time to develop.

Here we look at what the summer has in store for England, three years after reaching the World Cup semi-finals in Russia.

What are England’s group stage games?

England plays in Group D alongside Croatia, the Czech Republic and Scotland.

Sunday June 13th

England v Croatia – 2pm (Wembley)

Friday June 18th

England v Scotland – 8pm (Wembley)

Tuesday June 22nd

Czech Republic – England – 8 p.m. (Wembley)

When could England’s knockout knockout game take place?

If England wins Group D:

Tuesday June 29th

England – Group F Vice World Champions (Portugal, France, Germany, Hungary) – 5pm (Wembley)

If England finish second in Group D:

Monday June 28th

Engalnd vs. Vice World Champion of Group E (Spain, Sweden, Poland, Slovakia) – 5 p.m. (Copenhagen)

If England finish as one of the top four third place finishers:

One of:

Sunday June 27th

England vs. Group C Winner (Netherlands, Ukraine, Austria, North Macedonia) – 5pm (Budapest)

Sunday June 27th

England vs. Group B Winner (Denmark, Finland, Belgium and Russia) – 8pm (Seville)

Tuesday June 29th

England vs. Group E Winner (Spain, Sweden, Poland, Slovakia) – 8pm (Glasgow)

What about the quarterfinals?

If England wins Group D and wins the round of 16 game:

Saturday 3rd July

England vs. Winner Group E (Spain, Sweden, Poland, Slovakia) or 3rd in Group A / B / C / D – 8 p.m. (Rome)

If England finishes second in Group D and wins the round of 16 game:

Friday July 2nd

England vs. Winner Group F (Portugal, France, Germany, Hungary) or 3rd Group A / B / C – 5 p.m. (St. Petersburg)

If England finishes in third place as one of the four best teams and wins the round of 16 game

If England beat the Group B winner in the round of 16:

Friday July 2nd

England vs. Winner Group A (Turkey, Italy, Wales, Switzerland) or Runner-up Group C (Netherlands, Ukraine, Austria, North Macedonia) – 8 p.m. (Munich)

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If England beat the Group C winner in the round of 16:

Saturday 3rd July

England vs. Vice Group A (Turkey, Italy, Wales, Switzerland) or Vice Group B (Denmark, Finland, Belgium, Russia) – 6 p.m. (Baku)

If England beat Group E winners in the round of 16:

Saturday 3rd July

England vs. Winner Group D (Scotland, Croatia, Czech Republic) or Runner-Up Group F (Portugal, France, Germany, Hungary) – 8 p.m. (Rome)

When are the semi-finals and the final?

The semi-finals and the final will take place at Wembley Stadium. The semi-finals will take place on July 6th and 7th, the final on Sunday, July 11th.