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We are in the last week of the 2024 European Championship before the final on Sunday in Berlin, where everything is at stake.

Spain secured their place in the final after another brilliant performance as Luis de la Fuente's side beat France 2-1 in the semi-finals on Tuesday.

France were in dreamland after taking the lead after just nine minutes through a Randal Kolo Muani header, but Spain turned the score around within 16 minutes.

Sixteen-year-old Lamine Yamal scored a stunning shot from 25 metres to become the youngest goalscorer at a European Championship, before Dani Olmo put Spain ahead with another beautiful goal.

The question remains who will join them in the final: England or the Netherlands?

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England beat Switzerland on penalties last time out and will need to put in a better performance to reach Sunday's final, while the Netherlands came from behind to beat Turkey in the quarter-finals.

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Fans across the country can't wait to experience the football festival that is still to come this week.

RadioTimes.com brings you the full summary of Euro 2024 TV coverage, including schedule, TV channels and live stream.

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How to watch the 2024 European Championship on TV

Every Euro 2024 match will be broadcast live BBC And ITVwith one of their major television networks broadcasting every game live and for free.

The games can also be watched on BBC iPlayer and ITVX, so you don't miss a moment while on the go.

TV program for the European Championship 2024

All British time.

Semifinal

Wednesday, July 10

Game 50: Netherlands – England (Dortmund, 8pm)

final

Sunday, July 14

Game 51: Spain – Winner of Game 50 (Berlin, 8pm)

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