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All Euro 2024 roads result in Berlin as 24 groups do battle to be topped the very best in Europe, beginning on Friday.

The high two groups from every group of 4 – there are six teams in whole – will qualify for the last-16, together with the 4 greatest third-place groups.

The Euro 2024 match fixtures will then observe a one-leg, knock-out format – quarter-finals, semi-finals and closing – till the winner lifts the trophy.

When is the Euro 2024 closing?

Sunday, July 14, 2024.

What time does it begin?

The closing will kick-off at 8pm (BST).

Where will or not it’s performed?

In Berlin on the Olympiastadion. It is the house of Hertha Berlin and has a capability of 71,000, making it the most important venue at Euro 2024.

What channel will or not it’s on?

BBC and ITV will each be exhibiting the showpiece occasion.

Latest information

Pubs and bars in England and Wales might be allowed to remain open till 1am for the semi-finals and closing of this summer season’s European Championship if one of many house nations makes it that far.‌

Home Secretary James Cleverly has confirmed plans to calm down licensing hours if England or Scotland attain the ultimate week of the match in Germany.‌

Cleverly plans to make use of powers that permit him to make an order enjoyable licensing hours to mark events of “exceptional national significance” following the outcomes of a session carried out in direction of the tip of final 12 months.‌

He mentioned: “Over the coming weeks we will all be getting ready to support our home nations in what will be a busy summer of sport and a proud moment for Britain.‌

“We have listened to the public through our consultation and will be extending pub licensing hours should England or Scotland reach the semi-finals or final of Euro 2024.‌

“This boost to the hospitality sector will allow friends, families and communities to come together for longer to watch their nation hopefully bring it home.”‌

However, pubs in Scotland will not be afforded the identical leeway.

A Scottish Government spokesman mentioned they may not make an identical order and that it could be as much as councils.

The spokesperson mentioned: “Unlike in England, licensing boards in Scotland are independent regulatory bodies and it is up to them whether or not they grant general extensions of licensed hours if they consider it appropriate to do so in connection with a special event of local or national significance. We are sure local licensing boards will respond sensitively to any individual requests made to adjust licensing hours taking into account the views of local communities and other key interests.”

Licensing powers are devolved to Scotland and Northern Ireland.