Euro 2016 – Knockout Stages – Live TV Coverage on BBC, ITV

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Euro 2016 – Knockout Stages – Live TV Coverage on BBC, ITV

The knockout stages of Euro 2016 get underway this Saturday with live TV coverage on the BBC and ITV.

Both networks will show four matches each with ITV airing England’s clash with Iceland on Monday night (27th June).

The BBC will show Northern Ireland’s showdown with Wales on Saturday, while ITV airs Republic of Ireland taking on the host nation, France, on Sunday.

The winner of the England v Iceland match will take on the winner of ROI v France in the quarter-finals.

The final takes place at the Stade De France on Sudnay 10th July at 8pm on BBC One and ITV.

TV Schedule with kick-off times

Saturday 25th June 2016

Switzerland v Poland
1.30pm – BBC One – ko 2.00pm

Wales v Northern Ireland
4.10pm – BBC One – ko 5.00pm

Croatia v Portugal
7.00pm – ITV – ko 8.00pm

Sunday 26th June 2016

France v Republic of Ireland
1.00pm – ITV – ko 2.00pm

Germany v Slovakia
4.30pm – ITV – 5.00pm

Hungary v Belgium
7.30pm – BBC One – ko 8.00pm

Monday 27th June 2016

Italy v Spain
4.30pm – BBC One – ko 5.00pm

England v Iceland
7.00pm – ITV – ko 8.00pm

Posted in on Friday 24 June 2016
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