Euro 2020 will begin on Friday, June 11th, with Turkey taking on Italy in Rome at 8 p.m. BST.
The famed football festival, which has been rescheduled owing to the epidemic, is building up to be the summer’s biggest TV event, with UK football fans able to watch every goal, tackle, and penalty for free on the BBC iPlayer and ITV Hub.
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The finals of the 16th UEFA European Championship are a year overdue, but they have all the makings of a magnificent showcase worthy of a Marco Van Basten volley or a Paul Gascoigne chip (followed by an outrageous dentist’s chair celebration, of course).
The 24 nations have named their squads — England’s Ben White replaces the injured Trent Alexander-Arnold – and 51 matches will be played across 11 host cities (full list below). Games in London will be played in front of at least 17,000 supporters, ensuring that the breathtaking skills of Modric, Kane, Benzema, Ronaldo, Lukaku, and their ilk will be appreciated by a live audience.
Each of the four groups’ winners and runners-up will advance to the knockout round. Each city will host one last 16 or quarter-final match before the semi-finals and final are held at Wembley Stadium in London. There is no play-off for third place. In this tournament, VAR will be used for the first time.
On Sunday, June 13th, England will face Croatia at Wembley Stadium to begin their campaign. The following day, Scotland will welcome the Czech Republic at Hampden Park in Glasgow, while Wales will face Switzerland in Azerbaijan.
The match between England and Scotland will take place at Wembley Stadium on Friday, June 18th. Portugal, the reigning Euro winners headed by Cristiano Ronaldo, will play France, Germany, and Hungary in a challenging group.
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