Take a look at the games that will make up the Quarter finals of Euro 2016 as the tournament moves to the next round of the knockout phase, complete with kick off times and TV Coverage.

Euro 2016's Quarter-final stage gets underway on Thursday after eight exciting games brought through only the strongest teams. This is how the remaining eight squads line up as they vie for the semi-finals.

Poland were the first to book their place in the Quarters, with a tough win against a resilient Switzerland side. Captain Jakub Blaszczykoswki put the Polish contingent ahead early on, but an unbelievable overhead kick from Xherdan Shaqiri levelled the score. With extra time producing no more goals, penalties determined the victors - and Granit Xhaka's awful penalty miss was enough to put the Poles through to the Quarters for the first time in their history.

Wales faced Northern Ireland; the first time two British teams had ever faced one another in a major competition. An unfortunate own goal from Gareth McAuley put Wales through.

Massively-impressive Croatia looked like they had the mettle to go right to the end in the tournament, and held Portugal for 117 minutes (including extra time) until star man Ricardo Quaresma netted to send his side through.

Host nation France faced an uphill struggle against the Republic of Ireland, with Robbie Brady converting a penalty with barely two minutes played. However, a delightful brace from Antoine Greizmann meant Les Blues progressed.

Germany and Belgium completely dominated their matches; Germany put three goals past Slovakia thanks to Kevin-Prince Boateng, Mario Gomez and Julian Draxler, while Belgium thumped Hungary 4-0 with goals from Toby Alderweireld, Michu Batshuayi, Eden Hazard and Yannick Carrasco.

Italy saw off defending Champions Spain in a replay of the final from four years ago, besting them 2-0 thanks to Giorgio Chiellini and Graziano Pelle, while plucky Iceland punched well above their weight to overcome an early England penalty from Wayne Rooney to embarrass the English 2-1.

Euro 2016 Quarter Finals match schedule with TV Coverage

Thursday 30 June

20:00 Poland v Portugal

Poland squeezed past Switzerland, and Portugal just about beat Croatia. This evenly-matched game will be live on ITV 1, ITV HD and ITV Hub online. Coverage starts at 19:15, with kick off at 20:00.

20:00 Wales v Belgium

The last British nation; Wales, will face a mighty Belgian outfit who look like they can go all the way. This match will be live on BBC 1, BBC HD, BBC iPlayer, and S4C in Wales. Coverage begins at 19:30, with kick off at 20:00.

20:00 Germany v Italy

These two sides met in the semi-finals in 2012, where Italy prevailed 2-1. In fact, the Germans have never beaten Italy in the finals of a major tournament. Find out if they can this time around live on BBC 1, BBC HD, and BBC iPlayer, with coverage at 19:30, andkick off at 20:00.

20:00 France v Iceland

Host nation France face Iceland in the final Quarter final match, live on ITV 1, ITV HD and ITV Hub online. Kick off is at 20:00, with coverage starting slightly earlier at 19:15.

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