BBC Sport’s digital services will provide audiences with dynamic and exciting coverage of Euro 2020 with the best live coverage, every goal, analysis and breaking news.
Fans can follow the drama of all 51 games and get involved all day, every day across any device from anywhere in the world and express their emotions on the thrills and spills of the tournament on social media.
BBC Sport will get audiences into the Euro 2020 mood by revisiting classic moments from two previous tournaments. On 7 June we’ll take fans back to games from the amazing Euro ’96 in England and on 8 June we’ll look at the more recent Euro 2016 in France.
Countdown to Euro 2020
Who’s your favourite Euro player of the 21st century? From a shortlist of 64 players, on 9 June a series of head-to-head votes will take place throughout the day until we discover a winner.
Each player must have played at a major tournament and made at least 100 appearances in the 21st century. The live votes will take place between 9am-5pm, starting with a group stage vote.
On 10 June it’s Euro 2020 #mypredictions day. Will Portugal retain their European crown? Can England go one further than the last World Cup and reach their first major tournament final since 1966? Will Germany bounce back from recent disappointments and what about world number one-ranked Belgium? BBC Sport will be asking our pundits and seeking your views as to who is going to come out as kings of Europe on 11 July.
Team selector and Player Rater
Fancy yourself as a national team boss? Have a go at picking those all-important starting line-ups. Fans can also compare and share their team selections via social media.
Fans will also have the opportunity to rate every player out of 10 for every Euro 2020 match through an interactive second-screen experience on the BBC Sport app and website. Submit and share your ratings with friends and see what the rest of the world thinks.
BBC Sport will also use ratings to pick a Team of the Tournament.
Expert analysis and in-depth features
There will be an array of high-quality content to read and watch before and during Euro 2020. As well as match previews, reports, reaction and breaking news, other editorial highlights include:
Radio 5 Live sport’s panel of experts are getting super competitive. How will their commentators and pundits fare in their Euro 2020 predictions league against Mark Lawrenson
Harry Kane’s evolution
England’s captain is at the fulcrum of Gareth Southgate’s team. After winning the Golden Boot at the 2018 World Cup, we look at how Kane has developed into one of the world’s most lethal strikers – and ask if he can help England win Euro 2020?
Yes Sir, I Can Boogie…
What’s in a song? A look back on the musical phenomenon that swept Scotland to the Euros.
Aaron Ramsey the enigma
Why has one of the stars of Euro 2016 barely figured for Wales since?
Italian blues banished
How Roberto Mancini helped Italy fall back into love with their national team.
Germany in crisis?
With coach Joachim Low’s 15-year reign as Germany coach coming to an end this summer, we ask whether Die Mannschaft are in a perilous position going into Euro 2020.
Twitter will be the home for in-play updates and breaking news. You won’t miss a thing there. BBC Sport’s YouTube channel will feature highlights of every Euros game, while Facebook will deliver a mix of news stories, imagery and video – including match action. The BBC will showcase all the must-see moments in a dedicated Snapchat Show and across our Instagram Stories.
And on TikTok the BBC will bring the lighter side of the Euros to life, with unmissable match action sitting alongside the larger-than-life personalities of our presenters and pundits.