The station has bagged the radio rights to ten matches selected from the group stage and knockout phases. Live commentary will be offered across the Absolute Radio network, including on FM and digital radio.
Former Arsenal and England striker Ian Wright has signed up to present a Euro 2012 programme on Absolute Radio from 5pm every day throughout the tournament.
Ian Wright's Rock 'N' Roll Football will feature special guests, music and a listener phone-in, allowing people to discuss the latest action.
Absolute said that Wright will "have his say and tell it like it is, drawing upon all of his experience from the major tournaments and brushes with the England squad throughout his career".
Ian Wright's Rock 'N' Roll Football will run from June 8 to the final on July 1. Absolute Radio's live commentary from the tournament will commence with Ireland versus Croatia on June 10, followed the next day by England's opening clash with France.
Absolute Radio's Jim Proudfoot will commentate live on all the group matches in Poland and the Ukraine, along with two quarter finals, one semi-final and the final.
The commentary will be available on 105.8 FM in London and the South East, as well as 1215 AM nationwide on digital radio, online, and on mobile and digital TV.
During the tournament, Russ Williams will present a show from 7pm to 10pm, joined by Arsenal legend Perry Groves, a regular contributor on Saturday's Rock 'N' Roll Football show.
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Alongside presenting his new programme, Wright also stars in Absolute Radio's advert for the Euro 2012 coverage, titled "What if?" and focusing on the "passion and belief" in the England team.
"As an England fan I just want to see the boys go out and have a go. What if we go all the way, just what if…?," said Wright.
Watch the advert below: