In a busy summer of sport it's inevitable some dates will clash.
Both big sports events have gripped the nation's attention with Wimbledon wildcard Emma Raducanu excelling at SW19 and England through the semi final of the Euros.
Furthermore, both Wimbledon 2021 and the latter stages of Euro 2020 are taking place close to the nation's capital, and are allowed to permit entry to large crowds amid the Covid pandemic.
Here's when the men's and ladies' Wimbledon finals take place and the kick off time of the Euro 2020 final, so you don't miss any of the live action.
When is the Wimbledon men's final?
The men's final of Wimbledon 2021 is scheduled to take place on Sunday 11 July.
The action on Centre Court is not expected to begin before 2pm on the championship's Second Sunday, which will also see the boys' singles, girls' singles and junior doubles finals take place.
The men's final match has featured a long list of tennis stars in recent memory – from home great Andy Murray and Wimbledon crowd favourite Roger Federer to 2018 and 2019 winner Novak Djokovic.
When is the Wimbledon women’s final?
The ladies' final of Wimbledon 2021 is scheduled to take place on Saturday 10 July.
Venus and Serena Williams have appeared frequently over recent years, with Simona Halep winning the last ladies' title in 2019.
Rising British tennis star Emma Raducanu retired from her fourth round match at Wimbledon due to medical reasons.
Again the action on Centre Court is not expected to begin before 2pm, with No.1 Court starting at 1pm and the outside courts beginning play from 11am.
The men's doubles final will also take place on the tennis championship's Second Saturday.
What TV channel is showing the Wimbledon final?
All the action from Wimbledon 2021 is available through the BBC - either on BBC One, BBC Two, the red button, BBC Sport website or app or streaming platform iPlayer.
The men's and ladies' finals of Wimbledon tend to be aired live on BBC One as well as streamed live on iPlayer.
What time does the Euro 2020 final start?
The final of Euro 2020 will kick off at 8pm on Sunday 11 July.
It's likely the men's Wimbledon final will have finished by this time, if the weather stays nice and dry over the coming days and there's no backlog of matches.
A full Centre Court at SW19 will watch the Wimbledon men's final with 60,000 fans expected to be given entry to Wembley Stadium for each semi final and final of Euro 2020.