Euro 2016 Round of 16 Schedule: Dates, Times, Venues and Live Stream

The Euro 2016 group stage games are over, and we now know which teams have progressed to the Round of 16 and the knockout rounds.

The 15th edition of the European championships will see the top two teams from each six groups and four of the best third-placed teams go through to the Round of 16.

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First, let us check out the teams who have qualified for the Round of 16.

Group winners: France, Wales, Germany, Croatia, Italy, Hungary

Group runners-up: Switzerland, England, Poland, Spain, Belgium, Iceland

Four best third-placed teams: Northern Ireland, Portugal, Republic of Ireland, Slovakia

Eliminated: Albania, Austria, Czech Republic, Romania, Russia, Sweden, Turkey, Ukraine

Round of 16 Fixtures

Match 1: Switzerland vs Poland

Date and Time: 25 June, Saturday – 2pm BST

Venue: Stade Geoffroy-Guichard, Saint-Etienne

Match 2: Wales vs Northern Ireland

Date and Time: 25 June, Saturday – 5pm BST

Venue: Parc des Princes, Paris

Match 3: Croatia vs Portugal

Date and Time: 25 June, Saturday – 8pm BST

Venue: Stade Bollaert- Delelis, Lens Agglo

Match 4: France vs Republic of Ireland

Date and Time: 26 June, Sunday – 2pm BST

Venue: Stade de Lyon, Lyon

Match 5: Germany vs Slovakia

Date and Time: 26 June, Sunday – 5pm BST

Venue: Stade Pierre Mauroy, Lille Metropole

Match 6: Hungary vs Belgium

Date and Time: 26 June, Sunday – 8pm BST

Venue: Stadium de Toulouse, Toulouse

Match 7: Italy vs Spain

Date and Time: 27 June, Monday – 5pm BST

Venue: Stade de France, Saint-Denis

Match 8: England vs Iceland

Date and Time: 27 June, Monday – 8pm BST

Venue: Stade de Nice, Nice

How To Watch Euro 2016 Live

All the matches will be broadcasted live in the United Kingdom on ITV UK and BBC. Radio commentary will be available on BBC Radio 5 Live.

For live streams, check our Euro 2016 live stream page.

We have some great games lined up for the knockout rounds. Italy vs Spain promises to be a cracker, while all eyes will be on Hungary (surprised everyone by topping their group) who face Belgium. England face Iceland, and although on paper the Three Lions will start as huge favourites, but anything can happen within the game of 90 minutes.

Quarterfinals will begin from 30th June onwards while the two semifinals will take place on 6th and 7th July respectively. The final will be played on 10th July at Stade de France, Saint-Denis.


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