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France at Euro 2024: Fixtures, kick-off times, stadiums and where to watch

France at Euro 2024: Fixtures, kick-off times, stadiums and where to watchFRANCK FIFE/AFP via Getty Images

France hope to erase the feelings of a woeful Euro 2020 as they kick off the 2024 edition as favourites to advance from Group D.

The French were ousted in the Round of 16 in the last continental championship, but that was seen as a blip for a deep and extremely talented side that were runners-up in 2016.

Additionally, France have finished as champions and runners-up in the last two World Cups respectively, and they've shown no signs that they shouldn't be favoured to at least make the final of Euro 2024.

Here are the fixtures that will start France's Euro 2024 journey, along with kick-off times and how to watch.

France's Euro 2024 fixtures, kick-off times

France have been drawn into Group D alongside Poland, Netherlands and Austria.

Date Time (CEST) Fixture Stadium
June 179:00 p.m.Austria vs. FranceMerkur Spiel-Arena
June 219:00 p.m.Netherlands vs. FranceRed Bull Arena
June 256:00 p.m.France vs. PolandSignal Iduna Park

France's Euro 2024 squad


  • Brice Samba
  • Mike Maignan
  • Alphonse Areola


  • Benjamin Pavard
  • Ferland Mendy
  • Dayot Upamecano
  • Jules Koundé
  • William Saliba
  • Jonathan Clauss
  • Théo Hernandez
  • Ibrahima Konaté


  • Eduardo Camavinga
  • Aurélien Tchouaméni
  • N'Golo Kanté
  • Adrien Rabiot
  • Warren Zaïre-Emery
  • Youssouf Fofana


  • Antoine Griezmann
  • Olivier Giroud
  • Kylian Mbappé
  • Ousmane Dembélé
  • Randal Kolo Muani
  • Marcus Thuram
  • Kingsley Coman
  • Bradley Barcola

What stadiums will France play in at Euro 2024?

France will play at three venues during the group stage.

Merkur Spiel-Arena - Austria vs. France

Fortuna Dusseldorf's home ground, the stadium will host France's opening match.

Throughout Euro 2024, the venue will be known as Düsseldorf Arena.

Red Bull Arena - Netherlands vs. France

Home to RB Leipzig, the venue will be known as Leipzig Stadium during the tournament and will host arguably the biggest match of Group D.

Signal Iduna Park - France vs. Poland

The famed Westfalenstadion is one of the most intimidating venues in Europe and will host France's final group stage game. 

It will be referred to as the BVB Stadion Dortmund throughout Euro 2024.

France's Euro 2024 matches: How to watch

France's games will be broadcast on M6 and TF1 France in that country.