BBC Sport Euros Rewind: How and when to watch classic matches this summer

A split picture of Zinedine Zidane, Wayne Rooney, Gareth Bale and Paul Gascoigne
Relive classic Euros moments across the BBC this summer

We will have to wait another 12 months for Euro 2020 but the BBC is going to make sure you still get your tournament fix this summer.

For three weeks from 6 June to 28 June, join Gary Lineker, Gabby Logan and Mark Chapman for Euros Rewind, as we bring you a series of classic European Championship group matches, followed by some of the tournament's iconic knockout games.

You can enjoy the magic of Zinedine Zidane, the brilliance of Gareth Bale, Paul Gascoigne in his prime and a scintillating Wayne Rooney - to name just a few.

Classic matches will be available to watch across BBC One, BBC Two, BBC Red Button, BBC iPlayer, the BBC Sport website and mobile app.

You can also watch the three classic Euros finals you voted for as your favourite over the last weekend of June.

All times BST and subject to change at short notice.

Classic finals

Sunday, 28 June

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Archive: Spain v Italy - Euro 2012

Match: Spain v Italy

Tournament: Euro 2012

What channel is it on? BBC One, BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport website and mobile app

Time to tune in: 14:15-16:15

Why should I watch? The winner of the classic Euros finals vote goes to the 2012 showpiece between Spain and Italy.

Vicente del Bosque's Spain, regarded as the best team in world football, were looking to claim a successive European crown to add to their 2010 World Cup triumph.

Italy reached the final after once again proving to be Germany's nemesis, edging past Joachim Low's side courtesy of Mario Balotelli's two first-half goals.

In case you missed it: Replay 20:35-22:35 on BBC Red Button

Anything else on offer? There's another chance to watch the documentary Thierry Henry: My France, My Euros, as the former France striker looks at the stories of Euros gone by and the cultural impact football has across Europe.

What channel is it on? BBC One and BBC iPlayer

Time to tune in: 22:30-23:30

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