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Euro 2024 Quarterfinals: Fixtures, Dates, Venues, and Teams Revealed

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It’s time for the business end of Euro 2024, as the quarterfinals were officially announced on Tuesday, July 2, following the completion of the Round of 16 matches. The Netherlands defeated Romania 3-0 on Tuesday, running away with the victory. Turkey advanced to the quarterfinals with a 2-1 victory over Austria in the second game.

On July 2, Mehri Demiral stole the show in Leipzig, Germany, when he defeated the tournament’s dark horses in the Round of 16. There would be some exciting matchups because teams like Portugal, Spain, France, England, Germany, and Switzerland had already guaranteed their spots in the last 8. Spain easily defeated Georgia 4-1, while the hosts Germany defeated Denmark 2-0. The quarterfinal stage will now begin with a match between these two formidable teams on Friday, July 5.

READ MORE: Euro 2024: Demiral’s Brace Powers Turkey to 2-1 Victory Over Austria, Securing Quarterfinal Spot

A rerun of the 2016 Euro Final featuring France’s Kylian Mbappe and Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo will come after this. Both sides will be looking for the ideal performance because they haven’t played particularly well in the past few games.

July 6 will see England taking against Switzerland in D¼sseldorf. After stuttering their way to the championship game, Gareth Southgate’s team needed some magic to overcome Slovakia and avoid embarrassing themselves. With a dominant effort, the 2020 champions were defeated by the humiliated Italians.

The Netherlands will play Turkey in Berlin in the second game of the day. The final will take place in Berlin on July 14 after the semi-finals are held in Munich and Dortmund on July 9 and 10, respectively.

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Euro 2024, Quarterfinals: Qualified teams

  • Spain
  • England
  • Switzerland
  • France
  • Portugal
  • Netherlands
  • Turkey
  • Germany

Euro 2024, Quarterfinals: Schedule

  • Germany vs Spain (Friday, July 5 in Stuttgart) – 9:30 pm IST
  • Portugal vs France (Saturday, July 6 in Hamburg) – 12:30 am IST
  • England vs Switzerland (Saturday, July 6 in Dusseldorf) – 9:30 pm IST
  • Netherlands vs Turkey (Sunday, July 7 in Berlin) – 12:30 am IST