England will look to reach their first major international tournament final since 1966 when they take on Denmark on Wednesday (July 7).
Denmark Stand in Way as England Look to Reach Euro 2020 Final
England Ease Past Ukraine in Quarter-Finals
England reached the semi-final stage following a comfortable 4-0 win over Ukraine in Italy on Saturday (July 3).
Harry Kane opened the scoring inside the opening five minutes by lashing home Raheem Sterling’s deflected pass.
England has to wait until the second half before doubling their lead. Once in the second period, however, they did not hang about in finding the net.
Harry Maguire added a second for the Three Lions less than a minute into the second half and, four minutes later, Kane doubled his tally by converting Luke Shaw’s perfect cross.
Substitute Jordan Henderson provided England’s fourth goal of the evening – his first international goal, on his 62nd appearance – to cap off a stellar performance in Rome.
Their reward for a comprehensive win over Ukraine is a clash at Wembley against Denmark.
What Time is England Kick-Off?
England’s win against Ukraine was the most-watched live TV event of 2021 so far with a peak audience of 20.9 million.
An additional 5.2 million people watched the game across BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website.
The viewing figures beat the 20.6 million who witnessed England’s victory over Germany in the Round of 16. An audience of 20 million watched England draw with Scotland.
So, what time is England kick-off? Coverage of the clash with Denmark begins at 6.30pm on ITV1 but the match is scheduled to start at 8pm.
The commercial broadcaster will show live coverage of England at the semi-final stage of a major tournament for a second successive competition – a record audience of 27.5 million watched their match against Croatia in Russia in 2018.
The BBC’s build-up kicks off at 6am with interviews and analysis filling their airwaves until the evening.
Fans can watch the final on both BBC and ITV on July 11.