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The UEFA European Championship (often known as the “Euros”) is a football championship conducted every four years amongst UEFA member countries’ national men’s teams. Due to the coronavirus epidemic, the 2020 tournament has been postponed until 2021.

Only 24 of the 55 countries that are qualified make it to the finals. After that, the finals take place over the course of a month of rigorous competition.

There will be 51 matches in all. Instead of being held in a single country like in the past, the event will be held in 12 cities around Europe.

Euro Cup 2021 In Australian time
Group Stage
GroupFixtureVenueTime
Saturday, June 12
ATurkey vs ItalyRome5am
AWales vs SwitzerlandBaku11pm
Sunday, June 13
BDenmark vs FinlandCopenhagen2am
BBelgium vs RussiaSt Petersburg5am
DEngland vs CroatiaWembley Stadium11pm
Monday, June 14
CAustria vs North MacedoniaBucharest2am
CNetherlands vs UkraineAmsterdam5am
DScotland vs CzechiaGlasgow11pm
Tuesday, June 15
EPoland vs SlovakiaDublin2am
ESpain vs SwedenBilbao5am
Wednesday, June 16
FHungary vs PortugalBudapest2am
FFrance vs GermanyMunich5am
BFinland vs RussiaSt Petersburg11pm
Thursday, June 17
ATurkey vs WalesBaku2am
AItaly vs SwitzerlandRome5am
CUkraine vs North MacedoniaBucharest11pm
Friday, June 18
BDenmark vs BelgiumCopenhagen2am
CNetherlands vs AustriaAmsterdam5am
ESweden vs SlovakiaDublin11pm
Saturday, June 19
DCroatia vs Czech RepublicGlasgow2am
DEngland vs ScotlandLondon5am
FHungary vs FraceBudapest11pm
Sunday, June 20
FPortugal vs GermanyMunich2am
ESpain vs PolandBilbao5am
Monday, June 21
AItaly vs WalesRome2am
ASwitzerland vs TurkeyBaku2am
Tuesday, June 22
CUkraine vs AustriaBucharest2am
CNorth Macedonia vs NetherlandsAmsterdam2am
BFinland vs BelgiumSt Petersburg5am
BRussia vs DenmarkCopenhagen5am
Wednesday, June 23
DCzechia vs EnglandLondon5am
DCroatia vs ScotlandGlasgow5am
Thursday, June 24
ESweden vs PolandDublin2am
ESlovakia vs SpainBilbao2am
FGermany vs HungaryMunich5am
FPortugal vs FranceBudapest5am
Round of 16
FixtureVenueTime
Sunday, June 27
2nd Group A vs 2nd Group BAmsterdam2am
1st in Group A vs 2nd in Group CLondon5am
Monday, June 28
1st in Group C vs 3rd in Group D, E or FBudapest2am
1st in Group B vs 3rd in Group A, D, E or FBilbao5am
Tuesday, June 29
2nd in Group D vs 2nd in Group ECopenhagen2am
1st in Group F vs 3rd in Group A, B or CBucharest5am
Wednesday, June 30
1st in Group D vs 2nd in Group FDublin2am
1st in Group E vs 3rd in Group A, B, C or DGlasgow5am
Quarterfinals
FixtureVenueTime
Saturday, July 3
Winner R16-6 vs Winner R16-5St Petersburg2am
Winner R16-4 vs Winner R16-2Munich5am
Sunday, July 4
Winner 16-3 vs Winner R16-1Baku2am
Winner R16-8 vs Winner R16-7Rome5am
FixtureVenueTime
Wednesday, July 7
Winner QF2 vs Winner QF1London5am
Thursday, July 8
Winner QF4 vs Winner QF3London5am
Final
FixtureVenueTime
Monday, July 12
Winner SF1 vs Winner SF 2London5am

Euro 2021 venues

Group stage
Group A: Stadio Olimpico, Rome (Italy) and Olympic Stadium, Baku (Azerbaijan)
Group B: Krestovsky Stadium, St Petersburg (Russia) and Parken Stadium, Copenhagen (Denmark)
Group C: Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam (Netherlands) and Arena Nationala, Bucharest (Romania)
Group D: Wembley Stadium, London (United Kingdom) and Hampden Park, Glasgow (Scotland)
Group E: San Mames, Bilbao (Spain) and Aviva Stadium, Dublin (Republic of Ireland)
Group F: Allianz Arena, Munich (Germany) and Puskas Arena, Budapest (Hungary)

Knockout stage
Round of 16: Wembley Stadium, London (United Kingdom), Parken Stadium, Copenhagen (Denmark), John Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam (Netherlands), Arena Nationala, Bucharest (Romania), Hampden Park, Glasgow (Scotland), San Mames, Bilbao (Spain), Aviva Stadium, Dublin (Republic of Ireland), Puskas Arena, Budapest (Hungary)
Quarterfinals: Stadio Olimpico, Rome (Italy), Olympic Stadium, Baku (Azerbaijan), Krestovsky Stadium, St Petersburg (Russia), Allianz Arena, Munich (Germany)
Semi-finals: Wembley Stadium, London (United Kingdom)
Final: Wembley Stadium, London (United Kingdom)

The finals are structured so that six groups of four teams battle for a spot in the knockout Round of 16. To be proclaimed European champions, teams must win all of their games in the Round of 16, quarterfinals, semi-finals, and final.

The competition was held in France in 2016, with Portugal winning for the first time.

Source: The Roar

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