BBC and ITV have agreed a deal to show the next two European Championships.
All 51 matches from Euro 2016 and Euro 2020 will be broadcast live across BBC and ITV, with coverage on respective online, digital and mobile services.
Next summer's tournament will take place in France, while the 2020 event will be hosted in 13 cities across the continent with the final in London.
The deal includes highlights, catch-up TV and full radio coverage rights for broadcast in the UK.
France 2016 will be the first European Championship to feature 24 nations, with England, Northern Ireland and Wales having all already qualified.
London will also stage the semi-finals in 2020, with Glasgow, Dublin, Amsterdam, Munich, Bilbao, Bucharest, Budapest, Copenhagen, Brussels, St Petersburg, Rome and Baku making up the other host cities.