The Three Lions are the top seeds in Group D, meaning they will play all their fixtures at Wembley – the remaining fixtures in the group will take place at Hampden Park in Glasgow.
Gareth Southgate’s side will start their campaign with a tense fixture against Croatia, hoping to shed the scars of their World Cup semi-final defeat. They will then face the winner of Path C, before finishing the group stage against Czech Republic, who England thrashed 5-0 at Wembley during qualifying before suffering defeat in the reverse fixture.
However, a similar situation to the World Cup could arise with England set to meet the runners up in Group F if they top the group themselves. That would mean a round-of-16 tie against one of France, Germany or Portugal, which Southgate will be keen to avoid.
Here is everything you need to know about England’s Euro 2020 campaign:
England, Croatia, Czech Republic, Scotland/Israel/Serbia/Norway
14 June 2020 – England vs Croatia (Wembley)
19 June 2020 – England vs Norway, Scotland, Serbia or Israel (Wembley)
23 June 2020 – Czech Republic vs England (Wembley)
Round of 16
30 June 2020 – Winner of Group D vs Group F runners-up (match 41) – Dublin
29 June 2020 – Group D runners-up vs Group E runners-up (match 43) – Copenhagen
July 3 – Winner match 41 vs Winner match 42 (match 45) – St Petersburg
July 3 – Winner match 39 vs Winner match 37 (match 46) – Munich
July 7 – Winner match 45 vs Winner match 46 – London
July 8 – Winner match 48 vs Winner match 47 – London
July 12 – London
How to still get tickets
Three Lions fans can apply for tickets when they go on sale at 1pm on Wednesday 4 December via EURO2020.com.
Tickets at Wembley start at €50.