The match will be held at the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen. Kick-off is at 5pm BST on Thursday, June 1.
The game is available to watch in the UK on ITV or via the ITV Hub.
ABC and ESPN are sharing broadcast rights for the tournament in the United States, with ESPN showing this game. Kick-off is at 9am PT / 12pm ET.
The reason to watch this match
This is an intriguing one. A Romelu Lukaku brace inspired Belgium in their opening game and they’ll
be hoping they can live up to the hype that has followed them around for years with a second
victory in a row.
The Danes need to put everything about the weekend’s defeat to Finland out of their heads and
focus on making a statement against one of the tournament favourites.
If Belgium can make it two wins in two then there will be a genuine belief that they can reach the
latter stages of the competition.
Belgium beat Denmark twice in the Nations League in 2020 but overall the teams have been well
matched down the years.
Belgium have won six, lost six and there have been three draws when the sides have met.
Denmark have lost four of their last five matches at European Championships and they’ll be up
against it against a Belgium side oozing confidence.
Half of The Athletic’s news desk have gone for a Belgium win, with some outliers going for a draw.
The key question
Can the Danish pull off an unlikely victory that would be welcomed by neutrals far and wide after the
shocking events of their first game?
(Graphic: Tom Slator, Photos: Getty Images)