Wales have taken to Euros football like a duck to water with a semi-final appearance in the 2016 tournament - the nation's first appearance at the competition.
Gareth Bale leads a Wales squad which also features Daniel James, David Brooks, Harry Wilson and Aaron Ramsey under the guise of caretaker boss Rob Page.
Here's when Wales play next, kick off time and TV coverage.
When do Wales play next?
Wales and Denmark meet in the last 16 of Euro 2020 on Saturday 26 June.
The fixture will be played at the Johan Cruijff Arena in Amsterdam in the first of the 2021 football tournament's Round of 16 ties.
The game will kick off at 5pm (BST).
Last 16 fixtures will be played at either 5pm or 8pm.
Shortly after Wales realised their opponents, the BBC announced it had coverage of their match against Denmark in the last 16 of Euro 2020.
UK license holders can watch the game for free on BBC One and iPlayer. Coverage starts from 4.30pm.
How did Wales do in the group stage?
Wales finished second in Group A at Euro 2020 behind Italy.
Four points from three games was enough to see Wales into the knockout rounds of the 2021 Euros alongside third-placed Switzerland, who also finished on four points.
Wales and Switzerland drew 1-1 in their opening encounter of the Euros.
Wales went on to beat Turkey 2-0 and lose to eventual group winners Italy 1-0, whereas Switzerland lost 3-0 to Italy and beat Turkey 3-1 in their final group match.
Wales will be without Ethan Ampadu who is suspended for this game following his red card against Italy in the final group match.
When do the knockout rounds begin?
Wales will compete against Denmark in the Euros Round of 16, which has fixtures taking place from Saturday 26 June to Tuesday 29 June.
England will play Germany at Wembley on Tuesday 29 June (5pm).
The quarter finals take place on Friday 2 July and Saturday 3 July with the winners advancing to the semi finals on Tuesday 6 July and Wednesday 7 July.
Both semi finals and the final on Sunday 11 July (8pm) of Euro 2020 will take place at Wembley.
What has Gareth Bale said ahead of Wales v Denmark?
Gareth Bale, who was on loan at Tottenham Hotspur from Real Madrid last season, sais Wales have embraced the underdog tag ahead of the Denmark game.
Bale said: “We’re always the underdogs and used to that tag. It doesn’t make a difference to us.
“Obviously we understand the situation that happened with them and we’ve sent all our best wishes to Christian [Eriksen]. What a great job the Denmark team did with that. But it won’t have any bearing on the game.
"The players have been in situations before where teams are favourites and supported more. Against Turkey they had 18,000 fans in the stadium, so it makes no difference. When it comes to kick-off it will be just us players on the pitch focusing on the game.”