Euro 2024 qualifiers today: Your guide to Tuesday's games

  • The October Euro 2024 qualifiers conclude on Tuesday
  • England host Italy hoping to secure qualification
  • Northern Ireland have been eliminated from contention with three games to spare

England take on Italy in a blockbuster qualifier on Tuesday night
England take on Italy in a blockbuster qualifier on Tuesday night / Michael Regan/GettyImages

The October international break draws to a close on Tuesday night with another healthy slate of Euro 2024 qualifiers.

Several nations have already booked their spots in Germany next year, including Scotland, Spain, France and Portugal, and England could soon be joining them.

Their duel with Italy is the undoubted blockbuster on Tuesday night, although there are a few significant duels littered around the other groups. Here's everything you need to know about the action in Euro 2024 qualifying.

Euro 2024 qualifiers today - Tuesday 17 October

  1. Group C
  2. Group G
  3. Group H
  4. Euro 2024 qualifiers: Tuesday's fixtures in full

All times are BST.

Group C

England vs Italy - 19:45

Rafael Toloi, Jude Bellingham
A win on Tuesday will see England qualify for Euro 2024 / Jonathan Moscrop/GettyImages
  • Location: London, England
  • Stadium: Wembley Stadium
  • Date: Tuesday 17 October
  • Referee: Clement Turpin (FRA) 
  • VAR: Jerome Brisard (FRA)

A historic victory in Rome at the start of qualifying didn't quite avenge England's defeat in the Euro 2020 final, but it was nonetheless a memorable night for Gareth Southgate's men as Harry Kane became the Three Lions' all-time record goalscorer.

England have breezed through qualifying thus far, and a victory at Wembley will see them into Euro 2024.

Italy, meanwhile, haven't tasted defeat since being beaten on Matchday 1 and their victory over Malta at the weekend ramped the pressure up on England just that little bit more heading into Tuesday's duel at Wembley.

TV channels and live streams

  • United Kingdom - Channel 4
  • United States - Fox Sports 1, fuboTV,, ViX, FOX Sports App
  • Canada - DAZN

Malta vs Ukraine - 19:45

Ukraine are still hopeful of pipping Italy to second spot / ROBERT ATANASOVSKI/GettyImages
  • Location: Ta’Qali, Malta
  • Stadium: National Stadium
  • Date: Tuesday 17 October
  • Referee: Morten Krogh (DEN) 
  • VAR: Rob Dieperink (NED)

Ukraine will be pleading for an England victory in London as they attempt to pip Italy to second spot in Group C.

The Ukrainians have fought hard throughout qualifying, picking up a point against England to boost their hopes of progressing, and they're currently level on points with the Italians. The Azzurri, though, have a game in-hand.

Nevertheless, Ukraine will be expected to do the business on Tuesday night away at bottom dwellers Malta after crucially beating North Macedonia on Saturday.

TV channels and live streams

  • United Kingdom - Viaplay UK
  • United States - ViX
  • Canada - DAZN

Group G

Serbia vs Montenegro - 19:45

Strahinja Pavlovic
There will be no love lost in Belgrade on Tuesday night / Sebastian Frej/MB Media/GettyImages
  • Location: Belgrade, Serbia
  • Stadium: Stadion Rajko Mitić
  • Date: Tuesday 17 October
  • Referee: Szymon Marcinaik (POL) 
  • VAR: Tomasz Kwiatkowski (POL) 

There will be no love lost in Belgrade on Tuesday night as a pair of political and geographical rivals face off. Serbia and Montenegro competed as one at the 2006 World Cup, but they've been separate entities since.

While Serbia have long been the superior force, Montenegro will have a great chance of qualifying at the expense of their great rivals if they avoid defeat on Tuesday.

After they were beaten by Hungary, Serbia are just two points ahead of their upcoming opponents having played a game more.

TV channels and live streams

  • United Kingdom - Viaplay UK, Viaplay Xtra
  • United States - Fox Soccer Plus, fuboTV, ViX
  • Canada - DAZN

Lithuania vs Hungary - 19:45

Barnabás Varga, Dominik Szoboszlai, Loïc Négo, Milos Kerkez
Hungary are leading the way in Group G / Laszlo Szirtesi/GettyImages
  • Location: Kaunas, Lithuania
  • Stadium: Dariaus ir Girėno Stadionas
  • Date: Tuesday 17 October
  • Referee: Juxhin Xhaja (ALB) 
  • VAR: Luca Pairetto (ITA)

Hungary have embarked on a stellar qualifying campaign. Led by Liverpool midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai, they're yet to taste defeat in Group G and victory on Tuesday will all but secure their place at Euro 2024.

Hungary secured a huge 2-1 victory over Serbia on Saturday to open up a three-point gap at the summit and they'll be expected to have no issues against a Lithuania side that have won just one game in qualifying thus far.

TV channels and live streams

  • United Kingdom - Viaplay UK
  • United States - WiX
  • Canada - DAZN

Group H

Finland vs Kazakhstan - 17:00

Both sides need a win in Helsinki in a bid to reach Euro 2024 / JURE MAKOVEC/GettyImages
  • Location: Helsinki, Finland
  • Stadium: Helsingin Olympiastadion
  • Date: Tuesday 17 October
  • Referee: Irfan Peljto (BIH)
  • VAR: Ivan Bebek (CRO)

It's tight at the top of Group H and this is a hugely significant contest for both nations. Victory would give them a shot of qualifying, but defeat would surely end their hopes. A draw would help neither.

Finland and Kazakhstan both sit on 12 points with three matchdays remaining in Group H. They're four points adrift of joint-leaders Slovenia and Denmark.

With the leaders expected to both win on Tuesday, this is a must-win for both sides. It's the only contest on at an earlier time and it may well be worth tuning in. Finland are hoping to qualify for just their second Euros, while Kazakhstan have never competed at a major tournament before.

TV channels and live streams

  • United Kingdom - Viaplay UK, Viaplay Sports 1
  • United States - Fox Sports 2, fuboTV,, ViX, FOX Sports App
  • Canada - DAZN

Northern Ireland vs Slovenia - 19:45

Paul Smyth
Northern Ireland have endured a wretched qualifying campaign / Charles McQuillan/GettyImages
  • Location: Belfast, Northern Ireland
  • Stadium: Windsor Park
  • Date: Tuesday 17 October
  • Referee: István Kovács (ROU) 
  • VAR: Marco Fritz (GER) 

It's been a wretched qualifying campaign for Northern Ireland, who competed at Euro 2016, and they've already been eliminated from contention.

A victory over minnows San Marino at the weekend offered some respite and they'll be looking to disrupt Slovenia's chances of entering Euro 2024 on Tuesday. Slovenia are the current top dogs in Group H thanks to an impressive goal difference and have been one of the pleasant surprises of qualifying so far.

Tuesday's visitors to Windsor Park took a huge step towards qualifying on Saturday when they beat Finland 3-0 thanks to a Benjamin Sesko brace.

TV channels and live streams

  • United Kingdom - Viaplay UK, Viaplay Sports 2
  • United States - Fubo Sports Network, ViX
  • Canada - DAZN

San Marino vs Denmark - 19:45

Robert Skov scored twice in Denmark's win over Kazakhstan / LISELOTTE SABROE/GettyImages
  • Location: Serravalle, San Marino
  • Stadium: San Marino Stadium
  • Date: Tuesday 17 October
  • Referee: Viktor Kopiievskyi (UKR)
  • VAR: Fedayi San (SUI) 

Denmark were projected to top this group pretty comfortably, but Slovenia's brilliance means they haven't had it all their own way.

Nevertheless, the Euro 2020 semi-finalists are still in a strong position to qualify for next summer's tournament and are essentially guaranteed three points on Tuesday night. A Robert Skov brace inspired Denmark to an important victory over Kazakhstan last time out.

As for San Marino, well, it's been more of the same. Seven games, seven defeats, zero goals scored, and 24 conceded. Bosh.

TV channels and live streams

  • United Kingdom - Viaplay UK
  • United States - ViX
  • Canada - DAZN

Euro 2024 qualifiers: Tuesday's fixtures in full

Date/Kick-off time (BST)



17/10/23 / 17:00


Finland vs Kazakhstan

17/10/23 / 19:45


England vs Italy

17/10/23 / 19:45


Malta vs Ukraine

17/10/23 / 19:45


Serbia vs Montenegro

17/10/23 / 19:45


Lithuania vs Hungary

17/10/23 / 19:45


Northern Ireland vs Slovenia

17/10/23 / 19:45


San Marino vs Denmark