UEFA Euro 2024 Round of 16: Complete Schedule, Teams, Venues, and Timings

The UEFA Euro 2024 Round of 16 showdown: On Saturday, Switzerland and Italy will play an intriguing match in Berlin to begin the UEFA Euro 2024 round of 16.

All the information you require regarding the forthcoming matches, such as the teams, locations, and schedules, is provided here.

UEFA Euro 2024 Round of 16: Complete Schedule, Teams, Venues, and Timings
UEFA Euro 2024 Round of 16 schedule. Photo Credit: X


June 29 – Berlin, 9:30 PM IST

Despite finishing second in their respective pools, Italy, the reigning champions, faltered in the round of sixteen while Switzerland displayed their typical efficiency in the pool rounds. After a thrilling 3-3 draw in 2021, the Swiss defeated France on penalties to advance this far, and they will be challenging to defeat.

However, Italy’s coach Luciano Spalletti believes his team is getting better every time they play. Switzerland’s last victory over Italy came in 1993, while the last six encounters between the two teams have ended in draws five times.


June 30 – Dortmund, 12:30 AM IST

Those hosting With seven points, Germany won Group A, while Denmark advanced in Group C despite drawing all three of their games. Germany has extended their unbeaten streak to seven games. They have scored more goals (8), had more possession (64.3%), and the best passing accuracy (93%). Despite being the underdogs, Denmark advanced to the semifinals three years prior, where they were defeated by England in extra time.


June 30 – Gelsenkirchen, 9:30 PM IST

With the exception of a promising start against Serbia in their opening match, England struggled to advance through the group stages and were lackluster despite manager Gareth Southgate having a wealth of attacking quality at his disposal. They’ll see this as a great opportunity to move forward, but they won’t be taking their enraged rivals lightly.

In their three pool games, England only mustered ten shots on goal, scoring twice. That is hardly the form of a champion. When the two teams last faced off, England prevailed 2-1 and 1-0 in the 2018 World Cup qualifiers.


July 1 – Cologne, 12:30 AM IST

Spain had three victories, five goals scored, and 0 goals allowed, making them the most impressive team in the group stage. They have advanced to at least the semifinals in three of the previous four European championships, taking home the trophy in 2008 and 2012. Georgia, making their debut, stunned Portugal 2-0 to secure a spot in the round of 16. Since 2021, Spain has prevailed in each of the last four matches between the two teams, including victories of 7-1 and 4-0.


July 1 – Duesseldorf, 9:30 PM IST

Belgium’s quest for their first big international prize has brought them to the attention of coach Domenico Tedesco and the French, as they haven’t demonstrated anything in Germany to suggest they can overcome this obstacle.

Despite both teams recording two clean sheets during the pool stage, France has not yet reached its peak, which suggests that their problems may be with their offensive capability. With players like Kylian Mbappe and Kevin De Bruyne in their ranks, that is unexpected. In the last three meetings between the teams, 13 goals have been scored.

Also Read: Euro 2024: Belgium Advances After Goalless Draw, Ukraine Eliminated in Group Stage Shock


July 2 – Frankfurt, 12:30 AM IST

Portugal had won 12 straight competitive games since the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, but their unexpected loss to Georgia in their last pool match put a stop to that run. Despite this, they won their pool and will now face a Slovenian squad that defeated Portugal 2-0 in a March friendly and made it to the round of sixteen after three draws. Cristiano Ronaldo has made more shots on goal than any other player in the competition (12), but he has not yet scored.


July 2 – Munich, 9:30 PM IST

Following the pool stages, these teams’ feelings diverged as Romania joyfully celebrated winning Group E and securing their first spot in the Euros knockouts since 2000, while the Netherlands was devastated to lose 3-2 to Austria and finish third in their group. The Dutch, who lost 2-0 to the Czech Republic three years prior, will be hoping to escape elimination from the tournament for the second time in a row. The last four encounters with Romania have been victories.


July 3 – Leipzig, 12:30 AM IST

When these teams played in a friendly in March, Austria prevailed 6-1, but a motivated Turkey will present a different challenge this time around. Even though they lost their first game 1-0 to France, the Austrians were one of the most impressive teams in the group stages and are leading into the knockout stages. So do Turkey, yet five days ago, Portugal also soundly defeated them 3-0. In the pool stages, Turkey only conceded five goals against Scotland (7), Croatia (6), and Poland (6).

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