Is Coronation Street on tonight? ITV soap schedule changes due to Euro 2025 qualifier match

ITV is making some major changes to its schedule this week which will impact Coronation Street
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Coronation Street fans will be disappointed to hear that the popular ITV soap will be caught up in yet another schedule change this week. The primetime series which airs on Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings has seen many changes to its schedule in the last few months, with more on the horizon as the Euro 2025 qualifiers are set to interrupt its schedule.

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When can I watch Coronation Street?

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Coronation Street will be following a different TV schedule this week due to the Euro 2025 qualifiers taking place on Friday, April 5. This means that the popular soap will not air tonight (Friday, April 5) with episodes instead airing earlier on in the week on ITV on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Each episode will also air in the time slot of 8pm to 9pm.

Here is when episodes of Coronation Street aired this week:

  • Monday April 1 - ITV1, 8pm
  • Tuesday, April 2 - ITV1, 8pm
  • Wednesday, April 3 - ITV1, 8pm

What other changes will there be to ITV soaps?

Coronation Street will be the only ITV soap impacted by the schedule change on Friday. Emmerdale will still air as scheduled at 7pm on Friday.

Why is Coronation Street not on tonight?

Coronation Street will not be airing tonight because of the Euro 2025 qualifiers. England's women's team will be taking on Sweden in both groups opening match at Wembley Stadium. Coverage kicks off on ITV1 at 7.30pm and finishing at 10.15pm, with the top two teams from their group qualifying for Euro 2025.

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