European Championship track booklet: programme, play times and results

The European Championship is at the door! Between 11 June and 11 July, the Dutch team competes with 23 other countries for the European title and on football Primeur you dont miss any of the action. Everything you want to know about the program, play times and results can be found with us.
Group A: Italy, Turkey, Switzerland and Wales Friday 11 June, 9 pm, Rome: Italy โ€” Turkey 3-0 Saturday 12 June 3pm, Baku: Wales โ€” Switzerland Wednesday 16 June, 6 pm, Baku: Turkey โ€” Wales Wednesday 16 June, 9 pm, Rome: Italy โ€” Switzerland Sunday 20 June, 6 pm, Rome: Italy โ€” Switzerland Sunday 20 June, 6 pm, Rome: Italy โ€” Wales Sunday 20 June, 6 pm, Baku: Switzerland โ€” Turkey
Group B: Belgium, Russia, Denmark and Finland Saturday 12 June, 6 pm, Copenhagen: Denmark โ€” Finland Saturday 12 June, 9 pm, Saint Petersburg: Belgium โ€” Russia Wednesday 16 June, 3 p.m., Saint Petersburg: Finland โ€” Russia Thursday 17 June, 6 pm, Copenhagen: Denmark โ€” Belgium Monday 21 June, 9 pm, Copenhagen: Denmark โ€” Russia Monday 21 June, 9 pm, Saint Petersburg: Finland โ€” Belgium
Group C: NETHERLANDS, Austria, Ukraine and North Macedonia Sunday 13 June, 6 pm, Bucharest: Austria โ€” North Macedonia Sunday 13 June, 9 pm, Amsterdam: NETHERLANDS โ€” Ukraine Thursday 17 June, 3 p.m., Bucharest: Ukraine โ€” North Macedonia Thursday 17 June, 9 pm, Amsterdam: NETHERLANDS โ€” Austria Monday 21 June, 6 pm, Amsterdam: NETHERLANDS โ€” North Macedonia Monday 21 June, 6 pm, Bucharest: Ukraine โ€” Austria

Group D: England, Croatia, Czech Republic and Scotland Sunday 13 June, 3 p.m., London: England โ€” Croatia Monday 14 June, 3 p.m., Glasgow: Scotland โ€” Czech Republic Friday 18 June, 6 pm, Glasgow: Croatia โ€” Czech Republic Friday 18 June, 9 pm, London: England โ€” Scotland Tuesday 22 June, 9pm Hour, London: England โ€” Czech Republic Tuesday 22 June, 9 p.m., Glasgow: Scotland โ€” Croatia
Group E: Spain, Sweden, Poland and Slovakia Monday 14 June, 6 pm, Saint Petersburg: Poland โ€” Slovakia Monday 14 June, 9 pm, Seville: Spain โ€” Sweden Friday 18 June, 3 p.m., Saint Petersburg: Sweden โ€” Slovakia Saturday 19 June, 9 pm, Seville: Spain โ€” Poland Wednesday 23 June, 6 pm Hour, Seville: Spain โ€” Slovakia Wednesday 23 June, 6 pm, Saint Petersburg: Sweden โ€” Poland
Group F: France, Germany, Portugal and Hungary Tuesday 15 June, 6 pm, Budapest: Hungary โ€” Portugal Tuesday 15 June, 9 pm, Munich: France โ€” Germany Saturday 19 June, 3 p.m., Budapest: Hungary โ€” France Saturday 19 June, 6 pm, Munich: Portugal โ€” Germany Wednesday 23 June, 9 pm, Munich: Germany โ€” Hungary Wednesday 23 June, 9 pm, Budapest: Portugal โ€” France

Eighth finals Saturday 26 June, 6 pm, Amsterdam: number two group A โ€” number two group B (AF2) Saturday 26 June, 9 pm, London: winner pool A โ€” number two group C (AF1) Sunday 27 June, 6 pm, Budapest: winner group C โ€” number three group D, E or F (AF4) Sunday 27 June, 9 pm , Seville: winner group B โ€” number three group A, D, E or F (AF3) Monday 28 June, 6 pm, Copenhagen: number two group D โ€” number two group E (AF6) Monday 28 June, 9 pm, Bucharest: winner group F โ€” number three group A, B or C (AF5) Tuesday 29 June, 6 pm, London: winner group D โ€” number two group F (AF8) Tuesday 29 June, 9 pm, Glasgow: winner group E โ€” number three group A, B, C or D (AF7)
Quarter finals Friday 2 July, 6 pm, Saint Petersburg: Winner AF5 โ€” Winner AF6 (KF1) Friday 2 July, 9 PM, Munich: Winner AF3 โ€” Winner AF1 (KF2) Saturday 3 July, 6 pm, Baku: Winner AF4 โ€” Winner AF2 (KF3) Saturday 3 July, 9 pm, Rome: Winner AF7 โ€” Winner AF8 (KF4)
Semi-finals Tuesday 6 July, 9 pm, London: winner KF1 โ€” winner KF2 (HF1) Wednesday 7 July, 9 pm, London: winner KF3 โ€” winner KF4 (HF2)
Final Sunday July 11, 9 pm, London: winner HF1 โ€” winner HF2