UEFA Euro 2020

The UEFA European Championship is an international men’s football competition, contested by members of the European football governing body, UEFA and held since 1960.

The current holders are Portugal, who defeated the hosts, France 1-0 after extra time in the 2016 competition.


When is UEFA Euro 2020?

The Euros are held every 4 years, with the 2020 edition originally scheduled to take place between the 12th June and 12th July 2020. However the coronavirus pandemic has led this to this being delayed a year to 11th June – 11th July 2021.

A full match schedule is found further down this page, with the opening match on the 11th June 2021 and the Final on the 11th July 2021.


Where is UEFA Euro 2020?

UEFA Euro 2020 is rather unique in the fact that it will be hosted across multiple countries. There are to be 12 host cities across 12 European countries:


Who is competing in UEFA Euro 2020?

There will be 24 teams competing in UEFA Euro 2020, with no team qualifying automatically including the 12 host nations.

20 teams qualified for UEFA Euro 2020 through the qualification tournament held between March and November 2019: Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, England, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine and Wales. The last 4 teams will be determined by the play-offs.

The draw for UEFA Euro 2020 took place on the 30th November 2019 in Bucharest:


UEFA Euro 2020 Match Schedule

Group Stages

Group A (Rome & Baku)

11th June 2021 (21:00 local/20:00 UK) – Turkey v Italy (Stadio Olimpico, Rome)

12th June 2021 (17:00 local/14:00 UK) – Wales v Switzerland (Olympic Stadium, Baku)

16th June 2021 (20:00 local/17:00 UK) – Turkey v Wales (Olympic Stadium, Baku)

16th June 2021 (21:00 local/20:00 UK) – Italy v Switzerland (Stadio Olimpico, Rome)

20th June 2021 (20:00 local/17:00 UK) – Switzerland v Turkey (Olympic Stadium, Baku)

20th June 2021 (18:00 local/17:00 UK) – Italy v Wales (Stadio Olimpico, Rome)

Group B (Copenhagen & Saint Petersburg)

12th June 2021 (18:00 local/17:00 UK) – Denmark v Finland (Parken Stadium, Copenhagen)

12th June 2021 (22:00 local/20:00 UK) – Belgium v Russia (Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg)

16th June 2021 (16:00 local/14:00 UK) – Finland v Russia (Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg)

17th June 2021 (18:00 local/17:00 UK) – Denmark v Belgium (Parken Stadium, Copenhagen)

21st June 2021 (21:00 local/20:00 UK) – Russia v Denmark (Parken Stadium, Copenhagen)

21st June 2021 (22:00 local/20:00 UK) – Finland v Belgium (Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg)

Group C (Amsterdam & Bucharest)

13th June 2021 (19:00 local/17:00 UK) – Austria v Play-off winner D or A (Arena Națională, Bucharest)

13th June 2021 (21:00 local/20:00 UK) – Netherlands v Ukraine (Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam)

17th June 2021 (16:00 local/14:00 UK) – Ukraine v Play-off winner D or A (Arena Națională, Bucharest)

17th June 2021 (21:00 local/20:00 UK) – Netherlands v Austria (Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam)

21st June 2021 (18:00 local/17:00 UK) – Play-off winner D or A v Netherlands (Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam)

21st June 2021 (19:00 local/17:00 UK) – Ukraine v Austria (Arena Națională, Bucharest)

Group D (London & Glasgow)

13th June 2021 (14:00 local/UK) – England v Croatia (Wembley Stadium, London)

14th June 2021 (14:00 local/UK) – Play-off winner C v Czech Republic (Hampden Park, Glasgow)

18th June 2021 (17:00 local/UK) – Croatia v Czech Republic (Hampden Park, Glasgow)

18th June 2021 (20:00 local/UK) – England v Play-off winner C (Wembley Stadium, London)

13th June 2021 (20:00 local/UK) – Croatia v Play-off winner C (Hampden Park, Glasgow)

13th June 2021 (20:00 local/UK) – Czech Republic v England (Wembley Stadium, London)

Group E (Bilbao & Dublin)

14th June 2021 (17:00 local/UK) – Poland v Play-off winner B (Aviva Stadium, Dublin)

14th June 2021 (21:00 local/20:00 UK) – Spain v Sweden (San Mamés, Bilbao)

18th June 2021 (14:00 local/UK) – Sweden v Play-off winner B (Aviva Stadium, Dublin)

19th June 2021 (21:00 local/20:00 UK) – Spain v Poland (San Mamés, Bilbao)

23rd June 2021 (18:00 local/17:00 UK) – Play-off winner B v Spain (San Mamés, Bilbao)

23rd June 2021 (17:00 local/UK) – Sweden v Poland (Aviva Stadium, Dublin)

Group F (Budapest & Munich)

15th June 2021 (18:00 local/17:00 UK) – Play-off winner A or D v Portugal (Puskás Aréna, Budapest)

15th June 2021 (21:00 local/20:00 UK) – France v Germany (Allianz Arena, Munich)

19th June 2021 (15:00 local/14:00 UK) – Play-off winner A or D v France (Puskás Aréna, Budapest)

19th June 2021 (18:00 local/17:00 UK) – Portugal v Germany (Allianz Arena, Munich)

23rd June 2021 (21:00 local/20:00 UK) – Portugal v France (Puskás Aréna, Budapest)

23rd June 2021 (21:00 local/ 20:00 UK) – Germany v Play-off winner A or D (Allianz Arena, Munich)

Round of 16

Match 38 – 26th June 2021 (18:00 local/17:00 UK) – Runner-up Group A v Runner-up Group A (Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam)

Match 37 – 26th June 2021 (20:00 local/UK) – Winner Group A v Runner-up Group C (Wembley Stadium, London)

Match 40 – 27th June 2021 (18:00 local/17:00 UK) – Winner Group C v 3rd Group D/E/F (Puskás Aréna, Budapest)

Match 39 – 27th June 2021 (21:00 local/20:00 UK) – Winner Group B v 3rd Group A/D/E/F (San Mamés, Bilbao)

Match 42 – 28th June 2021 (18:00 local/17:00 UK) – Runner-up Group D v Runner-up Group E (Parken Stadium, Copenhagen)

Match 41 – 28th June 2021 (22:00 local/20:00 UK) – Winner Group F v 3rd Group A/B/C (Arena Națională, Bucharest)

Match 44 – 29th June 2021 (17:00 local/UK) – Winner Group D v Runner-up Group F (Aviva Stadium, Dublin)

Match 43 – 29th June 2021 (20:00 local/UK) – Winner Group E v 3rd Group A/B/C/D (Hampden Park, Glasgow)

Quarter-finals

Match 45 – 2nd July 2021 (19:00 local/17:00 UK) – Winner Match 41 v Winner March 42 (Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg)

Match 46 – 2nd July 2021 (21:00 local/20:00 UK) – Winner Match 39 v Winner March 37 (Allianz Arena, Munich)

Match 47 – 3rd July 2021 (20:00 local/17:00 UK) – Winner Match 40 v Winner March 38 (Olympic Stadium, Baku)

Match 48 – 3rd July 2021 (21:00 local/20:00 UK) – Winner Match 43 v Winner March 44 (Stadio Olimpico, Rome)

Semi-finals

Match 49 – 6th July 2021 (20:00 local/UK) – Winner Match 46 v Winner March 45 (Wembley Stadium, London)

Match 50 – 7th July 2021 (20:00 local/UK) – Winner Match 48 v Winner March 47 (Wembley Stadium, London)

Final

11th July 2021 (20:00 local/UK) – Winner Match 49 v Winner March 50 (Wembley Stadium, London)


How do I get to UEFA Euro 2020?

Detailed travel information for each of the host venues is available by clicking on each of the stadiums above.

Thinking of flying to the UEFA Euros? Search & book your flights through Skyscanner here.


How do I get tickets to UEFA Euro 2020?

The ticket ballot for UEFA Euro 2020 has already finished, further information when more tickets are released will be available at the official UEFA Euro 2020 website here.

Ticket prices for UEFA Euro 2020 started at £43 (€50) or £82 (€95) for the Final at Wembley Stadium.


Where are the UEFA Euro 2020 Fan Parks?

Can’t get a ticket to the match? Each host city will have an official fan park offering big screens, festivals, activities. Confirmed venues are:


Where and when is the next UEFA European Championship?

The 2024 competition is set to be held in Germany, after beating Turkey in the bidding process, announced in September 2018.


Further Information

UEFA Euro 2020 Official Website


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