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.
The coronavirus pandemic means dates are subject to change when the new match schedule is published, but they are expected to be as follows:
Here is everything you need to know about England’s Euro 2020 campaign:
England, Croatia, Czech Republic, Scotland/Israel/Serbia/Norway
13 June 2020 – England vs Croatia (Wembley)
18 June 2020 – England vs Norway, Scotland, Serbia or Israel (Wembley)
22 June 2020 – Czech Republic vs England (Wembley)
Round of 16
29 June 2020 – Winner of Group D vs Group F runners-up (match 41) – Dublin
28 June 2020 – Group D runners-up vs Group E runners-up (match 43) – Copenhagen
July 2 – Winner match 41 vs Winner match 42 (match 45) – St Petersburg
July 2 – Winner match 39 vs Winner match 37 (match 46) – Munich
July 6 – Winner match 45 vs Winner match 46 – London
July 7 – Winner match 48 vs Winner match 47 – London
July 11 – London
How to still get tickets
England fans can apply for tickets when they go on sale once more later this year, following the refund process for the previous round of tickets, at EURO2020.com.
Tickets at Wembley start at €50.