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Euro 2024 wallchart: Download free fixtures and schedule tracker here as Scotland go for glory in Germany

Scotland will be looking to make history at Euro 2024 - and you can follow it all with our free wallchart.

After a blitzing qualifying campaign, Steve Clarke’s side have the chance to make the knockout stages of a major tournament for the first time. Starting their campaign against hosts Germany in the opening fixture on June 14 may not be ideal.

But they’ll fear no one and will fancy their chances against Switzerland on June 19 and Hungary on June 23, by which time they’ll hope to still be in contention. The top two teams from each group automatically progress.

And crucially, the four teams with the most points in third place will also make it through. We’re here to relieve any potential confusion with a downloadable wallchart for your home.

Simply hit the button, print it out and note down the scores as they come in from all 51 games across the course of a month.

Euro 2024 wallchart.pdf

Whether it’s drama, entertainment or heartbreak, you won’t miss a beat this summer as you keep track of the action right up until the final at the Olympiastadion in Berlin on July 14.

The new kings of Europe will be crowned, with previous runners-up and our fierce rivals England favourites to end their 58-year drought, closely followed by Qatar World Cup finalists France and three-time winners Germany on home soil.

Dreams are there to be dreamt and should the unthinkable happen and Andy Robertson be the one lifting the trophy, you’ll have a fantastic keepsake to look back on in the future. Come on Scotland!