England on TV - How to watch Italy and Ukraine Euro 2024 qualifiers
International football returns for the first time since the Qatari World Cup this week as qualification for Euro 2024 begins.
England departed the Middle East with the overwhelming sense of what might have been following their quarter-final elimination at the hands of France. Nevertheless, Gareth Southgate's side once again impressed at a major tournament and the manager will be determined to get his side to Germany for the upcoming Euros.
However, they've been dealt a tough group and their qualifying campaign begins with two tricky contests against Italy and Ukraine.
Here's how you can watch England's start to Euro 2024 qualifying on TV.
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How to watch Italy vs England on TV
Where are Italy vs England playing?
- Location: Naples, Italy
- Stadium: Stadio Diego Armando Maradona
- Date: Thursday 23 March
- Kick-off Time: 19:45 GMT / 20:45 CET
Where can you watch Italy vs England on TV in the UK?
- Channel 4
Where can you watch Italy vs England on TV in Italy?
- RAI 1
England vs Italy H2H record
Matches between England and Italy have been pretty tight over the years, though the Azzurri hold a firm edge over the Three Lions in recent years.
Italy won the Euro 2020 final at Wembley on a penalty shootout after goals from Luke Shaw and Leonardo Bonucci forced extra time. Two Nations League games followed, ending 0-0 at Wembley and 1-0 to Italy in Milan thanks to Giacomo Raspadori's 68th-minute winner.
How to watch England vs Ukraine on TV
Where are England vs Ukraine playing?
- Location: London, England
- Stadium: Wembley Stadium
- Date: Sunday 26 March
- Kick-off Time: 17:00 GMT / 19:00 EET
Where can you watch England vs Ukraine on TV in the UK?
- Channel 4
Where can you watch England vs Ukraine in Ukraine?
- MEGOGO Football 1
England vs Ukraine H2H record
England and Ukraine have faced off on eight occasions previously. The three Lions have won five of those games and lost only one - a 2010 World Cup qualifier in 2009.
The most recent meeting came at the 2020 European Championship, when England progressed to the semi finals with a crushing 4-0 win in the last eight.