Who are the ITV pundits for Euro 2020? Gary Neville and Roy Keane joined by Ian Wright and Lee Dixon

MARK POUGATCH, Seema Jaswal and Reshmin Chowdhury are set lead ITV's live coverage of this summer's European Championships.

ITV's Euro 2020 live coverage will also include Ian Wright, Roy Keane, Gary Neville, Patrick Vieira, Eni Aluko and Ashley Cole as studio pundits, while Lee Dixon, Ally McCoist and John Hartson will be part of ITV's co-commentary team.

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Who are the ITV pundits for Euro 2020?

  • Ian Wright
  • Roy Keane
  • Gary Neville
  • Patrick Vieira
  • Graeme Souness
  • Ashley Cole
  • Eni Aluko
  • Robert Earnshaw
  • Emma Hayes
  • Nigel de Jong
  • John Collins
  • Joe Ledley
  • Nadia Nadim
  • Scott Brown
  • Andros Townsend

Graeme Souness, Robert Earnshaw, Emma Hayes, Nigel de Jong, John Collins, Joe Ledley, Nadia Nadim, Scott Brown and Andros Townsend also make up ITV's studio pundits for the TWENTY-SEVEN live games that will be shown on the channel.

Sam Matterface, Clive Tyldesley, Joe Speight, Seb Hutchinson and Tom Gaylewill head the commentary team.


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Gabriel Clarke, Michelle Owen and Raman Bhardwaj will be stationed across Europe's eleven host cities to report live from matchday venues, with ex-referee Peter Walton also set to be consulted to discuss and explain major decisions throughout the tournament.

Mark Pougatch and Andros Townsend will also host twelve Euro 2020 episodes of the ITV Football Football Show podcast which will feature special guests across the course of the tournament.

ITV will also broadcast England’s final two pre-tournament matches at home to Austria on June 2 and Romania on June 6.

ITV will EXCLUSIVELY show the mouthwatering clash between England and Scotland at Wembley on June 18, as well as England's final group game against the Czech Republic on June 22.

As well as those games, ITV will broadcast Italy vs Wales on June 20 and Scotland vs Croatia on June 22.

Speaking to ITV's Euro 2020 live coverage on his hopes for the tournament, Gary Neville said:

"I'm most looking forward to the tournament being based, or quite a few of the games being based in England.

"It's first time since Euro 96, of which I was a part, it is so special, the nation needs it – it's been a tough twelve months obviously with Covid and lockdowns and people's mental health.

"So the idea that we've got this home tournament almost whereby we can have all these games, England playing in Wembley, a great team, exciting team, a game against Scotland obviously which brings back the memories of the Euro 96 as well.

Euro 2020 gets underway on June 11 at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome as Italy take on Turkey, and will finish on July 11 with the final at Wembley.

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