ENGLAND are ramping up their preparations for Euro 2020.

And the 26 men who will be charged with leading the Three Lions to a trophy for the first time since 1966 are now known with the squad having been announced.

But who will Gareth Southgate's men be playing against? Here's all you need to know.

When is England's first Euro 2020 game?

England's first Euro 2020 game will be against Croatia.

It will be held on Sunday, June 13 with a 2pm kick-off at Wembley.

The Three Lions will be out for revenge following their World Cup semi-final heartbreak against the Croats three years ago.

On that day, a free kick from Kieran Trippier was not enough as Mario Mandzukic scored an extra time winner for Zlatko Dalic's team.

Who else will England play at Euro 2020?

England have been drawn in a group containing Croatia, Scotland and the Czech Republic.

Following their game against the Croats, England will take on the Scots in their second match at Wembley, just as they did in Euro 96.

That game will be an 8pm kick-off on Friday, June 18.

England's third group game will be against the Czech Republic on Tuesday, June 22, also at 8pm.

Will England play all their games at Wembley?

Unlike Euro 96, England will not play all their games at Wembley, or even in England.

This time around, there are eleven host cities with Wembley hosting both semi-finals and the final.

But should England win their group and progress all the way to the final, they will play every game except one at the national stadium.

Following the removal of Dublin as a host city, Wembley is scheduled to host the last 16 match between the winner of England's group and the runner-up of Group F, containing Portugal, Germany, France and Hungary.

In that scenario, England would have to play the quarter-final in Rome, but all other games would be on home turf.

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