When is the England semi-final and who are they playing?

Can we do it? Yes we Kane. (Picture: EPA)

It was a good night to be a fan of England’s football team – two goals from Harry Kane and one each from Harry Maguire and Jordan Henderson saw the squad sail into the semi-finals of the Euros 2020.

The whole country has been getting behind the boys after their rousing win against Germany – with PM Boris Johnson posing with a huge England flag to further drive support for the squad.

Even the professionals are backing England to go all the way, with ex-Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger hailing the performance of the side as ‘perfect.’

With the momentum in full swing, when is England next playing and who are they up against in the semi-final?

Who will England face in the semi-final?

Southgate’s side will face Denmark for a place in the final.

Denmark earned their place with a 2-1 win over Czech Republic in Saturday, July 3.

Fans across the country revelled in victory after the quarter final (Picture: ANDREAS SOLARO/AFP via Getty Images)

England have never made it past the semi-final stage of the UEFA Euro Tournament so it will be a tense night for fans.

The other two teams competing for a place in the final are Spain and Italy.

The two teams will play on Tuesday, July 6.

When is the England semi-final?

England will face Denmark on Wednesday, July 7.

The game will kick off at 8pm.

Both semi-finals will be played in London, with the final also being held at Wembley on Sunday, July 11.

What channel will be showing the semi-final?

The semi-final will be shown on both BBC One and ITV.

Fans with a TV licence can also stream the game on iPlayer or ITV Hub.

Coverage for the match starts at 7pm for both channels.

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