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July 10, 2024

Euro 2024 final: Kick-off time, date, venue as England take on Spain

Euro 2024 final: Kick-off time, date, venue as England take on Spain

Spain was the first team to secure a spot in Sunday’s Euro 2024 final, and they have now been joined by the Three Lions of England, setting the stage for an exciting showdown.

La Roja made a dramatic comeback to defeat France 2-1 in Munich on Tuesday. Similarly, England pulled off a comeback victory, eliminating the Netherlands with a 2-1 scoreline.

With this win, Gareth Southgate’s Three Lions have reached consecutive European Championship finals. They previously lost the Euro 2020 final to Italy in a heartbreaking penalty shootout. While for Spain, the last time they were in the Euro final was 12 years ago when they last lifted the trophy in France.

What time is the Euro 2024 final?

The Euro 2024 final will kick off at 8 PM Nigerian time. Fans can anticipate a closely contested match. If the score is tied at the end of 90 minutes, the game will go into extra time and possibly be decided by penalties.

When is the Euro 2024 final between England and Spain?


Spain will face England in the Euro 2024 final on Sunday, July 14, capping off a month of football that includes a total of 49 matches.

The tournament kicked off with Germany’s 5-1 victory over Scotland in Munich. Since then, 24 teams have competed for the title of European champions. On Sunday, only two nations will remain, vying for the prestigious Henri Delaunay trophy.

Where is the Euro 2024 final venue?


Berlin will host the Euro 2024 final at the historic Olympiastadion, which has been a prominent venue for sporting events since its construction in the 1930s.

The stadium is well-known for hosting the controversial 1936 Olympics, where American athlete Jesse Owens won four gold medals. It was also the site of the 2006 World Cup final, where Italy triumphed over France in a match remembered for Zinedine Zidane’s red card in his last game.

When not hosting major sports events, the 74,475-seat stadium serves as the home ground for Hertha Berlin, a team in the second tier of German football.

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