memphis depay and bukayo saka JAVIER SORIANO, JOHN THYS / AFP

EURO 2024 Netherlands vs England July 10th: Semi-Finals

The semi-final match between the Netherlands and England promises to be a tense occasion with both sides struggling to find their best form so far at EURO 2024. The game will take place on Wednesday 10th July at 20:00, and it’ll be interesting to see whether England can finally find their rhythm after an improved performance versus Switzerland.

Read on to find out all you need to know ahead of Netherlands vs England, including broadcasting information, team news, and much more.

Match Information

Match Details

  • Wednesday July 10th @20:00
  • Venue: Signal Iduna Park

Broadcast Information:

  • TV Channels & Streaming Options: ITV, ITVX

Read on to find out more about starting lineups, game schedules, and TV broadcasts:

–> TV Broadcast: Netherlands vs England
–> Where will EURO 2024 be broadcast? See full EURO 2024 schedule

Match Preview: Netherlands vs England

In the last sixteen, the Netherlands demonstrated their capabilities by defeating Romania. The victory served as proof of their tactical discipline and their ability to exploit teams, something which has become a main characteristic of the team under Ronald Koeman. The quarter-finals, however, painted a different picture. The Dutch had to fight right until the end against Turkey, who eventually managed to win the game due to fine margins and a little bit of luck.

Ronald Koeman has been instrumental in guiding his team through these challenges. Known for his pragmatic approach, Koeman has managed to get consistent performances from his players. Key to this has been the form of Cody Gakpo and Stefan de Vrij. Gakpo, with three goals and an assist, has been a prominent attacking force and has also delivered crucial assists when needed. De Vrij, on the other hand, has been a rock in the defence, securing stability and showcasing leadership.

England’s journey to the semifinals has been filled with criticism and unsatisfactory performances, despite the fact that they ended up at the top of Group C with five points. The group games were far from convincing, where England failed to live up to expectations in terms of their performances and style of play.

Manager Gareth Southgate has received most of the criticism and many fans and experts have described his choices as confusing, and his restraint or slowness in making necessary changes during the matches as a recurring point of discussion. This growing dissatisfaction among fans with Southgate has to some extent overshadowed England’s success.

Despite these problems, England showed signs of improvement in their quarter-final match against Switzerland. While the performance was better, it was not without worrying moments. England’s inability to take control of the match and Southgate’s lack of effective team leadership, especially as the match seemed to slip away, only highlighted the problems even more. However, individual performances have given some comfort to England fans. Jude Bellingham and Bukayo Saka have demonstrated quality and determination, coming up with crucial goals in vital moments.

The historical context between these two teams adds an additional layer of excitement to this semi-final. In their last five matches, the Netherlands have dominated, securing three victories compared to England’s one victory. However, it is worth noting that four of these games were friendly matches.

Key Points: Netherlands vs England

  1. When Holland and England last met in June 2019 in the Nations League, England lost the match 3-1.
  2. The Three Lions have won just once in their last nine meetings with the Netherlands, a record stretching back all the way to 1966.
  3. Despite getting past Switzerland last weekend, England have only won two of their last 10 games across all competitions within 90 minutes.
  4. The Netherlands last three games at EURO 2024 have produced a total of 11 goals.
  5. Five of the last six matches between the Netherlands and England have ended with both teams finding the net.

    Previous Meetings

    18 May 1935Netherlands v England0-1International Friendly
    27 Nov 1946England v Netherlands8-2International Friendly
    09 Dec 1964Netherlands v England1-1International Friendly
    05 Nov 1969Netherlands v England0-1International Friendly
    14 Jan 1970England v Netherlands0-0International Friendly
    09 Feb 1977England v Netherlands0-2International Friendly
    25 May 1982England v Netherlands2-0International Friendly
    23 Mar 1988England v Netherlands2-2International Friendly
    15 Jun 1988England v Netherlands1-3UEFA European Championship
    16 Jun 1990England v Netherlands0-0FIFA World Cup
    28 Apr 1993England v Netherlands2-2FIFA World Cup
    13 Oct 1993Netherlands v England2-0FIFA World Cup
    18 Jun 1996England v Netherlands4-1UEFA European Championship
    15 Aug 2001England v Netherlands0-2International Friendly
    13 Feb 2002Netherlands v England1-1International Friendly
    09 Feb 2005England v Netherlands0-0International Friendly
    15 Nov 2006Netherlands v England1-1International Friendly
    12 Aug 2009Netherlands v England2-2International Friendly
    29 Feb 2012England v Netherlands2-3International Friendly
    29 Mar 2016England v Netherlands1-2International Friendly
    23 Mar 2018Netherlands v England0-1International Friendly
    06 Jun 2019England v Netherlands1-3UEFA Nations League

    Predicted Lineups: Netherlands vs England

    Netherlands Possible Starting XI:

    • Verbruggen; Dumfries, De Vrij, Van Dijk, Aké; Schouten, Simons, Reijnders; Malen, Depay, Gakpo

    England Possible Starting XI:

    • Pickford; Walker, Stones, Guéhi; Saka, Mainoo, Rice, Shaw, Bellingham, Foden, Kane


    When does Netherlands vs England kick off?

    Netherlands vs England will kick off on July 10th at 20:00

    Where will the Euros match between Netherlands vs England be played?

    The game will be played at the Signal Iduna Park.

    Where can I watch Netherlands vs England on TV stream?

    Viewers can watch the game live on ITV and ITVX.