Kicking off this Saturday, the final 16 teams left in the tournament pit their wits against each other knowing they’re just three more wins from an international final.
All 15 of our City stars at the tournament have progressed into the last 16, with several now locking horns with their Club teammates in their quest for glory.
Below you can find all of the information you need to know about when, where and who each of our lads are facing across the next few days and how to tune in if you want to cheer them on.
Wales v Denmark
Second from Group A faces second from Group B to kick things off in the last 16, with Matt Smith’s Wales facing Denmark at the Amsterdam ArenA.
While Smith is yet to feature for the Dragons, there’s still time for the City midfielder to make an impression on the tournament, as Rob Page’s side look to book a place in the last eight with victory in Holland.
The game kicks off at 17:00 (UK) on Saturday 26 June and, for those living in the UK, is being broadcast live on the BBC.
For viewers outside of the UK wanting to know how they can tune in, click here.
Later on in the day, Italy face Austria at Wembley Stadium, with kick-off scheduled for 20:00 (UK).
Netherlands v Czech Republic
Nathan Ake and co. were one of the standout sides from the Euro 2020 group stages, topping Group C with maximum points after victories over Ukraine, Austria and North Macedonia.
However, they will need to be at their best once again to reach the quarter-final, pitting their wits against the Czech Republic, whose third-placed finish in Group D belies their solid performances thus far.
The two will do battle on Sunday 27 June at Budapest’s Ferenc Puskas Stadium, with kick-off scheduled for 17:00 (UK).
UK viewers can watch the action unfold on ITV, while those wanting to tune in from elsewhere can find out which broadcasters are showing the game by clicking here.
Belgium v Portugal
Two of the pre-tournament favourites lock horns on Sunday 27 June in Sevilla’s Estadio Olympico, with some familiar faces lining up on both sides.
Kevin De Bruyne has been in fine fettle so far, grabbing two assists in as many group stage matches as well as the winning goal against a stubborn Denmark side as the Red Devils marched to first position in Group B.
While Portugal finished third in Group F, they have shown more than glimpses of their devastating quality across the tournament so far, hammering Hungary in Budapest before going toe to toe with World Champions, France.
It promises to be a fascinating matchup, and the game is available to watch live on ITV in the UK.
For those living outside of the UK, you can find out how to tune in here.
Croatia v Spain
Spain’s Euro 2020 campaign burst into life with an emphatic 5-0 victory over Slovakia in their final group game, spearheaded by a first international goal from Aymeric Laporte and a strike off the bench from Ferran Torres.
The win ensured that La Roja secured second spot in Group E, with their reward being a matchup with the runners up from Group D, Croatia.
With Laporte and Torres joined by City teammates Eric Garcia and Rodrigo, Spain are unquestionably in capable hands and will hope to get the better of the World Cup finalists at Copenhagen’s Parken Stadium.
The match kicks off at 17:00 (UK) on Monday 28 June and is available to watch live on ITV in the UK.
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Later on, World Champions and Euro 2016 finalists, France lock horns with Switzerland at 20:00 in the Romanian capital of Bucharest.
England v Germany
It perhaps comes as no surprise to learn that the largest potential involvement of City players in any of the last 16 clashes will take place at Wembley Stadium on Tuesday 29 June.
The City quartet will come up against a familiar foe in the form of Ilkay Gundogan as they vie for a spot in the quarters.
Gundogan has been a mainstay at the heart of Die Mannschaft’s midfield so far at Euro 2020, as they battled their way to a second-place finish in Group F.
Kick-off is scheduled for 17:00 (UK) and is being broadcast live in the UK on BBC One.
Viewers outside of the UK can find out how they can tune in by clicking here.
Sweden v Ukraine
The Euro 2020 last 16 concludes with Oleksandr Zinchenko’s Ukraine locking horns with Group E winners, Sweden on Tuesday 29 June at 20:00 (UK).
Andriy Shevchenko’s side qualified by virtue of being one of the four strongest third-placed teams, after narrow defeats to Holland and Austria and a battling victory over North Macedonia.
Zinchenko has operated in central midfield for Ukraine, starting all three group games as a vital part of their industrious and organised setup.
The match takes place at Glasgow’s Hampden Park and is available to view live on the BBC in the UK.
For those living elsewhere, you can find out how to tune in and cheer Zinchenko on by clicking here.