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Euro 2024

The Euros are back!  From 14th June, play our free bingo cards with your friends or family as you watch England (or your preferred team) try once again to bring it home.

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Pickford gets angry
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Lionesses are mentioned
Player doesn’t know the national anthem
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Euros 2024 bingo

It’s back! We’re on the verge of talking about nothing but football for the next three weeks, so it’s time to get onboard or get some earplugs. Dust off your England shirt, re-learn the offside rule, and prepare to say “it’s coming home” at least nine times a day, because the Euros kick off on Friday 14th of June!

What is it?

Great question, thanks for asking.

This is the biggest football tournament in Europe, giving every nation the chance to win a slightly less impressive world cup. Starting in the group stages, each team has a chance to accumulate points by playing other teams in the same group of 4. The teams with the highest points in their group can move onto the knockout stage, where…as the name suggests…teams get knocked out. They’ll face the round of 16, the quarter final, the semi-final, and hopefully the final…until we’re left with a winner.

The current title holders are Italy, who beat England on penalties in the Euro 2020 final (which we’re totally over!!!). It was the second time Italy won the tournament, coming joint third in the all time leaderboard after Spain and Germany (who both won it 3 times). England has never actually won the Euros (well, the men’s team haven’t)…but don’t let that stop us getting weirdly excited!

Gareth Southgate has already made a lot of interesting decisions going into the tournament. He’s dropped Rashford and Henderson, making room in the team for new players to make their debut in Germany. Though we’re still awaiting confirmation on the return of his waistcoat.

There is some optimism for the England squad as they’re considered one of the favorites to win, along with France, Germany, Spain, and Portugal. So that’s nice.

When is it?

We begin in mid-June, facing Serbia, Denmark, and Slovenia in the group stage. Full fixture list below…

14 June

A: Germany vs Scotland (Munich, 21:00) Germany win 5-1

15 June

A: Hungary vs Switzerland (Cologne, 15:00) Switzerland win 3-1
B: Spain vs Croatia (Berlin, 18:00) Spain win 3-0
B: Italy vs Albania (Dortmund, 21:00) Italy win 2-1

16 June

D: Poland vs Netherlands (Hamburg, 15:00) Netherlands win 2-1
C: Slovenia vs Denmark (Stuttgart, 18:00) 1-all draw
C: Serbia vs England (Gelsenkirchen, 21:00) England win 1-0

17 June

E: Romania vs Ukraine (Munich, 15:00) Romania win 3-0
E: Belgium vs Slovakia (Frankfurt, 18:00) Slovakia win 1-0
D: Austria vs France (Düsseldorf, 21:00) France win 1-0

18 June

F: Türkiye vs Georgia (Dortmund, 18:00) Türkiye win 3-1
F: Portugal vs Czechia (Leipzig, 21:00) Portugal win 2-1

19 June

B: Croatia vs Albania (Hamburg, 15:00) 2-all draw
A: Germany vs Hungary (Stuttgart, 18:00) Germany win 2-1
A: Scotland vs Switzerland (Cologne, 21:00) 1-all draw

20 June

C: Slovenia vs Serbia (Munich, 15:00) 1-all draw
C: Denmark vs England (Frankfurt, 18:00) 1-all draw
B: Spain vs Italy (Gelsenkirchen, 21:00) Spain win 1-0

21 June

E: Slovakia vs Ukraine (Düsseldorf, 15:00) Ukraine win 2-1
D: Poland vs Austria (Berlin, 18:00) Austria win 3-1
D: Netherlands vs France (Leipzig, 21:00) No-score draw

22 June

F: Georgia vs Czechia (Hamburg, 15:00) 1-all draw
F: Türkiye vs Portugal (Dortmund, 18:00) Portugal win 3-0
E: Belgium vs Romania (Cologne, 21:00) Belgium win 2-0

23 June

A: Switzerland vs Germany (Frankfurt, 21:00) 1-all draw
A: Scotland vs Hungary (Stuttgart, 21:00) Hungary win 1-0

24 June

B: Croatia vs Italy (Leipzig, 21:00)
B: Albania vs Spain (Düsseldorf, 21:00)

25 June

D: Netherlands vs Austria (Berlin, 18:00)
D: France vs Poland (Dortmund, 18:00)
C: England vs Slovenia (Cologne, 21:00)
C: Denmark vs Serbia (Munich, 21:00)

26 June

E: Slovakia vs Romania (Frankfurt, 18:00)
E: Ukraine vs Belgium (Stuttgart, 18:00)
F: Czechia vs Türkiye (Hamburg, 21:00)
F: Georgia vs Portugal (Gelsenkirchen, 21:00)

29 June – Round of 16

38 Switzerland vs 2B (Berlin, 18:00)
37 Germany vs 2C (Dortmund, 21:00)

30 June – Round of 16

40 1C vs 3D/E/F (Gelsenkirchen), 18:00)
39 Spain vs 3A/D/E/F (Cologne, 21:00)

1 July – Round of 16

42 2D vs 2E (Düsseldorf, 18:00)
41 Portugal vs 3A/B/C (Frankfurt, 21:00)

2 July – Round of 16

43 1E vs 3A/B/C/D (Munich, 18:00)
44 1D vs 2F (Leipzig), 21:00)

5 July – Quarter finals

45 W39 vs W37 (Stuttgart, 18:00)
46 W41 vs W42 (Hamburg, 21:00)

6 July – Quarter finals

48 W40 vs W38 (Düsseldorf, 18:00)
47 W43 vs W44 (Berlin, 21:00)

9 July – Semi-final 1

49 W45 vs W46 (Munich, 21:00)

10 July – Semi-final 2

50 W47 vs W48 (Dortmund, 21:00)

14 July – Final

W49 vs W50 (Berlin, 21:00)

How have we done so far?

England qualified for the Euros after topping their qualifying group against Italy, Ukraine, North Macedonia, and Malta, racking up an impressive 20 points in 8 games. Scotland also qualified through a separate group, whilst Wales failed to make it through.

We’ve previously had a lot of bad luck in this competition, failing to qualify on 5 different occasions, plus everyone remembers being knocked out by Iceland in 2016. But this time, we’re considered one of the major teams to beat, so the ball is firmly in our court.

The bingo cards

With all the excitement, why not make the tournament even more interesting? These bingo cards are the perfect way to have even more fun and maybe include friends/family who wouldn’t ordinarily watch football. They include all the common occurrences expected in an England match, and we’re sure you won’t have many ‘un-marked’ by the end of the game.

How To Use The Bingo Card Generator

Euro 2024 Bingo can be played during one match or following your preferred team’s progress over the entire tournament, alone or with friends. The card you see on this page is just a sample – here’s how to generate your own unique cards.

  1. Tap to Start
  2. Select your card size – if you don’t want the default 4×4 you can change to 3×3 or 5×5 using the dropdown menu in the Grid Size box.  We suggest using a smaller size for playing during a single match and a larger size for playing over several matches.
  3. Add any extra items you’d like to appear on your cards in the box where it says “Enter words/emojis”
  4. Press “Generate Bingo Cards
  5. You’ll see an example, playable card (touch or click on an item to make the square change colour)
  6. If you want printable cards, choose a number of cards to print (from the drop down or enter a number in the “custom number” box).  Then press “Generate Printable Cards” to produce a set of cards which will all be different from each other.
  7. If you don’t have a printer you can invite your friends by entering their email addresses in the box and pressing Invite – you’ll each receive a link to a different card which can be printed or played online.
  8. We recommend printed cards if you’re going to be playing over several sessions.
  9. Watch the match together – either in the same room or via a watch party – and daub the items off as they happen, online or on printed cards.  The winner is the first to complete a line, or the player who is closest by the end of the match.
  10. If you’re playing over multiple matches you’ll probably want to continue the game and play for full house (marking off everything on your card or being closest to doing so).
  11. Enjoy!

We hope you have as much playing with these bingo cards as we did making them!

Matthew Stodel
Freelance Contributor

Matt remembers what he loved most about his playing days.  Smashing it into the back of the net and then picking up the ball and smelling the hot leather. He still plays every weekend, but it’s a new rush that fills his veins – selecting his fantasy team!