The FC Barcelona Euro 2024 Fixture List

The FC Barcelona Euro 2024 Fixture List

Eleven of our players are in Germany hoping to win the big prize, and this page will tell you when they are playing

The 2024 European Championship gets under way this Friday in Germany, where the host nation, featuring Gündoğan and Ter Stegen, are up against Scotland. From now until July 14, there's non-stop football as 24 teams battle their way to Berlin and the chance to succeed Italy as European champions... These include 11 different Barça players, and this guide will tell you when they are all playing. All times are Central European Summer Time (CEST)

GROUP A: Germany

  • 14/06 - 9pm: Germany v Scotland. Munich
  • 19/06 - 6pm: Germany v Hungary. Stuttgart
  • 23/06 - 9pm: Switzerland v Germany. Frankfurt

Marc-André ter Stegen and İlkay Gündoğan are in a team coached by Julian Nagelsmann that is looking to win the trophy for a record fourth time, but for the first time this century. After going out of the group stage at the last World Cup, the Germans will be hoping for a better performance on home soil. 

GROUP B: Spain

  • 15/06 - 6pm: Spain v Croatia. Berlin
  • 20/06 - 9pm: Spain v Italy. Gelsenkirchen
  • 24/06 - 9pm: Albania v Spain. Düsseldorf

Pedri, Ferran Torres, Fermín and Lamine Yamal are in the other squad that is pursuing a record fourth win, and what would be the third European title in less than two decades. And anything that Lamine Yamal does in this competition stands to break the record for being the youngest player ever to do so! Spain are in a tough group though, paired with the defending champions and a Croatian side that has been doing very well at major tournaments in recent years, while Albania are very much the dark horses

GROUP C: Denmark

  • 16/06 - 6pm: Slovenia v Denmark. Stuttgart
  • 20/06 - 6pm: Denmark v England. Frankfurt
  • 25/06 - 9pm: Denmark v Serbia. Munich

Andreas Christensen is Barça's representative in a Danish side of which little is expected, although the same was true four years ago and the Danes went on to be one of the most impressive sides in the competition. At least on paper, the most difficult challenge for the 1992 champions in their group will be a much-fancied England side. 

GROUP D: Poland, France

  • 16/06 - 3pm: Poland v Netherlands. Hamburg
  • 17/06 - 9pm: Austria v France. Düsseldorf 
  • 21/06 - 9pm: Netherlands v France. Leipzig
  • 21/06 - 6pm: Poland v Austria. Berlin
  • 25/06 - 6pm: France v Poland. Dortmund
  • 25/06 - 6pm: Netherlands v Austria. Berlin

Only one group features more than one team with Barça players and that's Group D, where there are no fewer than three teams to keep an eye on.

Poland left qualification late, eventually squeezing past Wales on penalties in a playoff in Cardiff. Robert Lewandowski is naturally their flagship player, but it's not an easy group they've landed in.

The Netherlands are always a contender, although they have only actually won it once, back in 1988. But they'll be going to Germany without the injured Frenkie de Jong.

Austria are no pushovers, while the other team in the group are many people's favourites to win the whole thing, France, twice winners of the trophy before. Didier Deschamps has a wealth of superstar talent at his disposal, including Barça defender Jules Kounde, and this is the same team that reached the World Cup Final in Qatar two years ago, eventually missing out in a penalty shootout. 


The only group with no Barça players features Belgium, Ukraine, Slovakia and Romania. 

GROUP F: Portugal 

  • 18/06 - 9pm: Portugal v Czechia. Leipzig
  • 22/06 - 6pm: Türkiye v Portugal. Dortmund 
  • 26/06 - 9pm: Georgia v Portugal. Gelsenkirchen

João Félix and João Cancelo will be the last Barça players to enter the fray, where they'll be hoping to help their country to a second. Portugal won it for the first time in France eight years ago. Türkiye and Czechia are always dark horses at any tournament they are involved in, while the group is completed by Georgia, who are featuring at a major tournament for the very first time. 

SECOND ROUND: 29/06 to 2/07

Only eight teams will be eliminated from the group stage, so hopefully most if not all of the Barça players will survive for at least one more game. As well as the two group winners, the four best ranked teams that finished third will also progress. The sixteen remaining teams will then play straight knockout matches all the way to the final.

QUARTER FINALS: 05/07 and 06/07

Stuttgart, Hamburg, Düsseldorf and Berlin are the venues for the games that will decide the four teams that advance to the semi-finals. 

SEMI FINALS: 09/07 and 10/07

We're down to the last four, and the grounds of Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund are the venues for two 9pm kick-offs on Tuesday and Wednesday to decide the finalists. 

FINAL: 14/07

It will have taken a whole month to whittle the teams down to just two, who will be taking to the stage for a Sunday night showdown at the Olympic Stadium in Berlin, the same place where Barça won its fifth Champions League against Juventus. Hopefully, the stadium will also be the place where FC Barcelona fans get to celebrate one of its players being crowned winners of the 2024 European Championship. 

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