UEFA Women's Euro 2017

  • Netherlands vs Norway - Sun 16 July, 5pm

    Hosts Netherlands get the tournament underway. The Dutch will be hoping to entertain the capacity crowd in Utrecht against former European and World Champions, Norway.

  • Denmark vs Belgium - Sun 16 July, 7:45pm

    Belgium make their tournament debut with a Group A encounter against Denmark in Doetinchem, who lost 2-1 to England in their final warm up game

  • Italy vs Russia - 17 July, 5pm

    Italy kick off their Group B campaign against Russia in Rotterdam, as they hope to continue their run of three consecutive 2-0 wins at the Euros

  • Germany vs Sweden - 17 July, 7:45pm

    Coverage from Breda of the heavyweight clash in Group B - defending champions Germany take on Sweden, as Germany look to continue their incredible run at the tournament

  • Austria vs Switzerland - 18 July, 5pm

    Coverage from Deventer as Group C kicks off with Austria playing Switzerland. England have beaten both sides in the warm-ups, 3-0 and 4-0 respectively for Mark Sampson's side.

  • France vs Iceland - 18 July, 7:45pm

    Iceland start their campaign against a much-fancied French team. It's a repeat of the fixture from eight years ago which saw Iceland's tournament end in a 3-1 defeat.

  • Spain vs Portugal - 19 July, 5pm

    Coverage from Doetinchem of the start of Group D, which also features both Home Nations teams. Spain, who dumped England out of Euro 2013, take on Portugal.

  • England vs Scotland - 19 July, 7:45pm

    Clare Balding presents coverage from Utrecht of England vs Scotland. The Lionesses start favourites, but Anna Signeul's Scotland will be keen to make an impact.

  • Norway vs Belgium - 20 July, 5pm

    Coverage from Breda as former European and World Champions Norway take on Belgium, who will be cheered on by a strong contingent of travelling fans

  • Netherlands vs Denmark - 20 July, 7:45pm

    Coverage from Rotterdam as hosts Netherlands continue their Group A campaign against Denmark

  • Sweden vs Russia - 21 July, 5pm

    Coverage from Deventer as Sweden take on Russia in the second round of matches in Group B

  • Gerrmany vs Italy - 21 July, 7:45pm

    Coverage from Tilburg as defending Champions Germany take on an Italian side, who have never failed to make the last eight of this competition

  • Iceland vs Switzerland - 22 July, 5pm

    Coverage from Doetinchem of the Group C clash between Iceland and Switzerland. Both sides will looking to grab all three points and get one step closer to the last eight.

  • France vs Austria - 22 July, 7:45pm

    Coverage from Utrecht as tournament second-favourites France take on Austria in Group C

  • Scotland vs Portugal - 23 July, 5pm

    Coverage of Scotland's crucial Group D match against fellow tournament debutants Portugal, from Sparta Rotterdam's iconic and historic Kasteel stadium.

  • England vs Spain - 23 July, 7:45pm

    Clare Balding is joined by Ian Wright, Eni Aluko and Kim Little for live coverage of the Lionesses' second group match, against Spain, who beat England at Euro 2013.

  • Belgium vs Netherlands - 24 July, 7:45pm

    Coverage from Tilburg of the climax of Group A. Hosts Netherlands meet their noisy neighbours Belgium, while Norway and Denmark kick-off in Deventer at the same time.

  • Norway vs Denmark - 24 July, 7:45pm

    Coverage from Deventer of the climax of Group A. Norway take on Denmark, with both sides potentially having half an eye on Tilburg for the match between Netherlands and Belgium.

  • Germany vs Russia - 25 July, 7:45pm

    Coverage from Utrecht of the climax of Group B as defending champions Germany take on Russia at UEFA Women's Euro 2017

  • Sweden vs Italy - 25 July, 7:45pm

    Coverage from Doetinchem and the climax of Group B as Sweden, ranked 9th in the world take on Italy, with both sides looking to progress to the Quarter-Final stages

  • Iceland vs Austria - 26 July, 7:45pm

    As the group stages draw to a close, Iceland and Austria face each other for the first time at the Sparta Stadium in Rotterdam

  • France vs Switzerland - 26 July, 7:45pm

    Coverage from Breda of the climax of Group C as France take on Switzerland, with additional highlights from Rotterdam as Austria take on Iceland

  • Scotland vs Spain - 27 July, 7:45pm

    Lee McKenzie presents coverage of Scotland's final group game, against Spain, in Deventer, as the quarter-final places are confirmed

  • England vs Portugal - 27 July, 7:45pm

    Clare Balding presents live coverage of England's final group game, against Portugal. Plus, highlights of Scotland against Spain.

  • Netherlands vs Sweden Quarter Final - 29 July, 5pm

    Coverage of the first quarter final from UEFA Women's Euro 2017, as hosts, Netherlands take on Sweden in front of a capacity, and perhaps somewhat partisan, crowd in Doetinchem.

  • Germany vs Denmark Quarter Final - 30 July, 11:00am

    In the second quarter-final, held over from last night due to rain, Germany look to continue their campaign to win seven titles on the trot. Can Denmark stop them?

  • Austria vs Spain Quarter Final - 30 July, 5pm

    Austria are yet to be beaten in their debut Euros, by contrast Spain have lost twice in the group stages. But it's reset to all or nothing for the quarters.

  • England vs France Quarter Final - 30 July, 19:45pm

    The Lionesses have been flawless so far, with Jodie Taylor the tournament's top goal scorer. But France are playing for their first ever semi-final spot in this hotly contested quarter-final.

  • Denmark vs Austria Semi Final - 3 August, 5pm

    Debutants Austria are yet to lose a game in this tournament, so Denmark need to produce something very special to progress. Will experience be the difference?

  • England vs Netherlands Semi Final - 3 August, 7:45pm

    England look strong, with leading goal scorer, Jodie Taylor striking again against France. But the Netherlands will be looking to become both host and winner.

  • Denmark vs Netherlands Final - 6 August, 4pm

    Having beaten England, Netherlands remain on for the host/winner double. But increasingly strong Denmark will fancy their chances of spoiling the Oranje party.

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