Euro 2020 warm-up fixtures – all matches England, Scotland, Wales, France and Portugal play before the tournament

EURO 2020 is just around the corner, with the tournament getting underway on June 11 in Rome.

This summers competition is set to take place all across the continent, with 11 cities hosting games.



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But squeezed in between will be warm-up fixtures for the likes of England, Scotland, Wales, France and Portugal.

Luckily for you, SunSport have complied everything you need to know.

When are England's warm-up fixtures?

  • Wednesday, 2 June – England vs Austria – Riverside Stadium – 8pm
  • Sunday, 6 June – England vs Romania – Riverside Stadium – 5pm

Gareth Southgate will be using the two fixtures against Austria and Romania to prepare his team for a big summer of football.

Both games will be plated at the Riverside Stadium, home of Middlesbrough.

And he'll be hoping his team can replicate their last performance in a major international competition – World Cup 2018 – if not do better.

Southgate has named his 33-man squad which will be cut down to 26 on 1 June.

Brighton defender Ben White is a surprise inclusion, alongside Everton's Ben Godfrey.

When are Scotland's warm-up fixtures?

  • Wednesday, 2 June – Netherlands vs Scotland – Estádio Algarve – 7.45pm
  • Sunday, 6 June – Luxembourg vs Scotland – Josy Barthel – 5pm

Steve Clarke is taking his side to Portugal for his teams first fixture against the Netherlands.

And his team will then travel to play Luxembourg days later.

Clarke has named his team which will take part in the tournament – and he has included Chelsea youngster Billy Gilmour.

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When are Wales' warm-up fixtures?

  • Wednesday, 2 June – France vs Wales – Allianz Riviera – 8.05pm
  • Saturday, 5 June – Wales vs Albania – Cardiff City Stadium – 5pm

Robert Page will lead Wales into this summers tournament after taking over from legend Ryan Giggs.

His team will start off with a tough friendly against world champions France, who will be looking to win the Euros after being shocked in the 2016 final by Portugal.

Wales will welcome Albania days later to the Cardiff City Stadium, for one last send-off before they set off for Baku for their first group stage fixture against Switzerland on 12 June.

When are France's warm-up fixtures?

  • Wednesday, 2 June – France vs Wales – Allianz Riviera – 8.05pm
  • Tuesday, 8 June – France vs Bulgaria – Stade de France – 8.10pm

Didier Deschamps' team will play both of their warm-up fixtures on home soil, starting off with Wales on 2 June.

Bulgaria will follow, and the fixture will take place in the very stadium France lost to Portugal in, in the Euro 2016 final.

Deschamps has already announced his 26-man squad for this summers Euros.

And he has recalled Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema, five years after his last call-up.

When are Portugal's warm-up fixtures?

  • Friday, 4 June – Spain vs Portugal – Estadio Wanda Metropolitano – 6.30pm
  • Wednesday, 9 June – Portugal vs Israel – José Alvalade Stadium – 7.45pm

Portugal manager Fernando Santos has announced a mouth-watering 26-man squad including the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Bruno Fernandes.

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The reigning champions are looking to win the Euros back-to-back with an arguably stronger squad than the side that beat France in the 2016 Euros final.

But up first, Portugal will travel to continental neighbours Spain and play a warm-up fixture at the home of Spanish champions Atletico Madrid.

Portugal will then face Israel on home soil before preparing to face Hungary in their opening Euro 2020 fixture.

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