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The latest UEFA Euro 2020 news, insight and analysis from Mark Chapman, Steve Crossman, Emma Saunders and the rest of the BBC Radio 5 Live Football Daily team.

The latest UEFA Euro 2020 news, insight and analysis from Mark Chapman, Steve Crossman, Emma Saunders and the rest of the BBC Radio 5 Live Football Daily team.


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The latest UEFA Euro 2020 news, insight and analysis from Mark Chapman, Steve Crossman, Emma Saunders and the rest of the BBC Radio 5 Live Football Daily team.




Covid-19 disrupts the England and Scotland camps

Steve Crossman is joined by John Murray, Ian Dennis, Dion Dublin, Pat Nevin and Chris Sutton to dissect the news that Billy Gilmour has tested positive for Covid-19 consequently putting Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell in isolation for the moment. Gareth Southgate talks about how he found out about the news as well as his opinions on the resilience of his captain Harry Kane. Plus the former Denmark international Martin Laursen joins the pod to reflect on an incredible night in Copenhagen.


Wonderful Wales keep the dream alive

Wales are through to the last 16 despite a nerve-wracking 1-0 defeat to Italy which saw 10 men Wales fighting to keep their score line down to confirm their 2nd place finish. Steve Crossman is joined by former Wales manager Mark Hughes, ex-Wales captain Ashley Williams and former Wales striker Nathan Blake to react to their hard fought, automatic qualification. Plus, Mina Rzouki gives us the low down on group topping Italy and we get the latest from the Scotland and England camps with Lyndon...


BONUS: All About Klinsmann

Former German international Jurgen Klinsmann joins Steve Crossman to look back on his illustrious career. Jurgen also gives his thoughts on the national team now and Englands chances at the Euros .


Hungary frustrate France, Spain stall and a German thriller

Steve Crossman brings you reaction as Group F set the Euros alight on Saturday, with Hungary holding world champions France to a draw in front of 60,000 fans in Budapest. We’ll be in the Hungarian capital to hear more about the raucous atmosphere inside the Puskas arena and we’ll discuss what the result means for both teams. We’ll also be inside the Allianz Arena to dissect Germany’s stunning win over Portugal and what does Spain’s second draw in a row mean for Luis Enrique’s side? And then...


BONUS: Rio Ferdinand's England dissection

Former England international Rio Ferdinand joins Mark Chapman to dissect England's performance at Wembley against Scotland. The guys discuss Harry Kane's lack of impact & where it wrong tactically for Gareth Southgate.


Steely Scotland tame Three Lions

Mark Chapman is joined by Chris Waddle, Pat Nevin, Jack Wilshere and James McFadden to dissect England’s goalless draw with Scotland in Group D at Wembley. The match didn't quite live up to the hype but there's still plenty to discuss - including Billy Gilmour’s man-of-the-match performance on his first Scotland start, Harry Kane’s struggles up front and what both sides need to do to go further in the tournament. John Murray is pitch side and speaks to Gareth Southgate, Tyrone Mings and...


England v Scotland, the old enemies

It’s the Daily Euros you’ve been waiting for. We're bringing you all the build up you need for England v Scotland. Steve Crossman is joined by Jack Wilshere, Rob Green and Micah Richards to take you through the England side of things. We've got Erin Cuthbert, Alan Hutton and Eilidh Barbour to cover all things Scotland. Plus, you’ll hear from both managers Gareth Southgate and Steve Clarke. You’ll also hear from England captain Harry Kane and Scotland’s Scott McTominay Topics: 00’50 – Micah...


Ramsey gives Turkey a stuffing

So many great topics are up for discussion in this latest episode of the Daily Euros, starting with Wales’ incredible win against Turkey in Baku. Mark Chapman is joined by a stellar line up, with some of Wales’ biggest names, past and present, dropping by to give their verdict on the 2-0 win. Nathan Blake, James Collins and Hal Robson-Kanu give their views, and they hear from the stars of this Wales team, with Gareth Bale, Aaron Ramsey and Connor Roberts popping up for a chat. Then we delve...


France on the front foot

Steve Crossman is joined by Dion Dublin, Christian Fuchs and John Murray to look back on the first round of the most anticipated fixtures of the Euros, Group F. Julien Laurens and Rafa Honigstein talk about Frances’s 1-0 victory over Germany and John Bennett is in Budapest to react to Hungary v Portugal where 60,000 fans were in the stadium. Also, we hear from Wales boss Rob Page and the Daily Euros team out in Baku ahead of their game with Turkey. Plus, we get the latest from the England...


‘Schick’ening day for Scotland

Scotland, Spain, France and Germany are all on the agenda as Steve Crossman hosts this edition of the Daily Euro’s pod. He briefly hands the baton over to Mark Chapman, who has all the analysis from Scotland’s defeat to the Czech Republic. Pat Nevin and Charlie Adam give their verdicts as they hear from Scotland boss, Steve Clarke and captain, Andrew Robertson. Then Steve is joined by Micah Richards, Karen Carney and Guillem Balague as they all give their expert opinions after Spain got a...


Sterling and England shine at Wembley

Emma Saunders reflects on England’s first match of Euro 2020 as well as a dramatic affair in Amsterdam as the Netherlands beat Ukraine. Mark Chapman brings you reaction from Wembley alongside Micah Richards, Jack Wilshere, Karen Carney, John Murray and Chris Waddle. You’ll hear from Kalvin Phillips, Tyrone Mings as well as Gareth Southgate. Plus, Scotland and Chelsea forward Erin Cuthbert joins the pod to preview Scotland’s first match of the Euros.


Christian Eriksen

Mark Chapman is alongside Chris Waddle, Karen Carney and Jermaine Jenas to reflect on the moment that football was pushed aside at Euro 2020.


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Italy impress, Savage with Bale and Sutton's Eurovision

Mark Chapman, Micah Richards, Chris Sutton and Ian Dennis reflect on the opening night of Euro 2020 as Italy beat Turkey. You'll hear from Gareth Bale and Kyle Walker in this episode of the Daily Euros. Plus, Chris tries out his new game - the Eurovision comms contest.


Big Euros preview podcast

It’s your big Euros Preview podcast on the Daily Euros. Mark Chapman is joined by a whole host of guests to take you through everything from the home nations, to the group death and some potential surprises in the tournament. Hear who the pundits are backing and who isn’t feeling as confident this year. Topics: 04’51 – Chris Waddle, Chris Sutton, Izzy Christiansen and James McFadden on the England squad 11'40 - Emma Saunders with Jadon Sancho 20’00 – Jane Lewis from the Scotland camp 22’07 –...


Euro Leagues: Inside the favourites and the first timers

Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens and Kristof Terreur as they discuss the teams who are favourites to win Euro 2020. We go inside Spain, France and Belgium before hearing from Portugal’s José Fonte ahead of the start of the tournament. The panel also discuss newcomers North Macedonia and Finland’s goalkeeper Lukáš Hrádecký tells us how he felt on the night they qualified. TOPICS: 3min – Euro Leagues Fantasy 3.50 – Video games 8.50 – Inside the France Camp 15.40 –...


Inside the Wales camp

Steve Crossman is joined by Hal Robson Kanu and Joe Ledley to go inside the Wales camp ahead of their Euro 2020 opener against Switzerland on Saturday. We head to Baku to hear about training and team selection from BBC Radio Wales’ Rob Phillips and Nathan Blake. Things get a little heated when debating whether Wales should play a number nine or not, but 5 Live’s super-fan Elis James drops by to calm things down and reminisce about 2016 when Hal and Joe reached the semi-finals. Finally we...


BONUS: Euro 96: When England met Scotland

Kelly Cates rewinds 25 years to the summer of Euro 96, and more specifically the Scotland versus England game at Wembley. Played on Saturday 15th June 1996, the game is remembered for Gary McAllister’s missed penalty, Paul Gascoigne’s goal and the iconic dentist chair celebration that followed. We hear from the Tartan Army, England supporters, journalists, the man in charge of Wembley and the DJ who pressed play on the Three Lions CD that sparked the party inside the old stadium. It was the...


Inside the England camp

Steve Crossman, Emma Saunders and Dion Dublin go inside the England camp at St George’s Park ahead of the tournament. Champions League winner Reece James reflects on an amazing couple of months and Dean Henderson and Raheem Sterling show off their singing skills, with the latter giving us his thoughts on Foden’s new hairstyle – is it more Gazza or Aguero? Plus we hear how the squad are staying relaxed, find out who the darts and table tennis masters are and which player is ‘the gaffer’s...


Inside the Scotland camp

All eyes are on Scotland as they prepare for their first major men’s tournament in over 20 years. Connie McLaughlin is joined by two men who know all about Scotland’s near-misses and heartaches over the last two decades - Alan Hutton and Robert Snodgrass. They discuss the selection headaches Steve Clarke is facing all over the pitch, which players will stand out this summer and share their memories of playing for the national team. We’ll hear a special interview with goalkeeper David...