Mark Chapman, Steve Crossman and Emma Saunders will lead coverage of all 51 matches on 5 Live and BBC Sounds.
Karen Carney joins Chris Waddle with correspondent John Murray on England duty. Pat Nevin and Charlie Adam will focus on Scotland, while Nathan Blake and James Collins are at the heart of the Wales coverage.
Alistair Bruce-Ball and Chris Sutton reunite following their successful road trip around Russia during the World Cup, while Ian Dennis, Vicki Sparks, Conor McNamara and Mark Scott will be working with Dion Dublin, Rob Green and Clinton Morrison.
Euros Daily, the tournament’s biggest and best daily podcast, will kick things off before the action begins from June 1, going inside the England, Wales and Scotland camps, plus there will be special All About… editions featuring superstar names such as Zlatan Ibrahimović and Cristiano Ronaldo, as well as legends of the game like Marco van Basten.
Leicester City’s Premier League and FA Cup winner Christian Fuchs provides his guide to the rest of Europe and will be a regular throughout the tournament, alongside Micah Richards.
Fans will once again be encouraged to have their say throughout the tournament with Robbie Savage and Chris Sutton leading the UK’s biggest football phone-in, 606.
Join the lads as they follow the Euros with fellow supporters throughout the tournament. Expect the usual nonsense, guests and insight from across the continent!
Elsewhere, Elis James and John Robins will be on hand every Sunday morning from 10am-midday to offer a light-hearted take on the week’s excitement, whilst never getting too bogged down in any deep-dive analysis.
In addition to coverage of all matches on 5 Live, audiences will be able to listen to live games from Radio Wales and Radio Scotland, as well as titles such as Off The Ball and a Euros special of Only An Excuse, on BBC Sounds.
There will also be Euros themed music available on BBC Sounds through the music tab, including a Sounds Of The 90s Summer of ’96 mixtape. Listeners will be able to take the Euros with them wherever they go, using the BBC Sounds app.