The full TV coverage for the Euro 2024 final has been confirmed by the BBC as England is set to face Spain.

On Wednesday, the eyes of the nation were on Dortmund as the Euro 2020 runners-up played the Netherlands in a match that ended with Ollie Watkins netting a 90th-minute goal, firing England into the final.

Spain and France faced each other on Tuesday, with Spain winning a coveted spot in the final with a 2-1 victory.

Almost 14 million tuned in to watch England’s tense Euros quarter-final match against Switzerland, which saw them clinch victory in a penalty shootout, on July 6.

According to overnight ratings an average audience of 13.6 million watched on as Gareth Southgate’s team narrowly secured a place in the semi-final following their match in Dusseldorf.

How to watch the Euro 2024 final as England take on Spain

On Sunday, July 14 there will be live coverage of Spain v England on BBC iPlayer and BBC One from 7pm, with the match also available to watch on the BBC Sport website and app.

Sports presenter Mark Chapman will be on BBC Radio 5 Live and BBC Sounds in the build-up to the match, from 7pm, before live commentary begins with the kick-off at 8pm.

Football fans can also tune in to ITV1 or ITVX to watch England v Spain with coverage starting at 6.30pm and Mark Pougatch presenting.

Throughout the Euros the BBC and ITV have been sharing coverage of all games, however, for the final, both broadcasters will be airing the match. 

If you want to relive the rest of England's victory ahead of the final, you can watch a replay of the semi-final game on BBC One and BBC iPlayer with commentary from Guy Mowbray and Danny Murphy.

The final of Euro 2024 will take place at the Olympiastadion in Berlin on Sunday with kick-off at 8pm BST.