The European Football Championship, scheduled for June 12 to July 12, 2020, has been extended by a year due to an epidemic. For the first time, The euro will be held in eleven cities in twelve different countries. London (England), Amsterdam (Netherlands), St. Petersburg (Russia), Glasgow (Scotland), Bucharest (Romania), Baku (Azerbaijan), Copenhagen (Denmark), Rome (Italy), Munich (Germany) UEFA chose to host the match. Prior to the outbreak, Dublin (Republic of Ireland) and Bilbao (Spain) also hosted the tournament, but were unable to relocate to St. Petersburg and Seville. The group stage will be held from June 11 to June 23.
The opening match between Group A teams Turkey and Italy on Friday, June 11 at the Olympic Stadium in Rome. Three meetings will be held on Saturday, June 12: Wales – Switzerland in Baku (Azerbaijan) at 3 pm, Denmark – Finland in Copenhagen (Denmark) at 6 pm, Belgium – Russia in St. Petersburg (Russia) at 9 pm. The French team, a member of Group F, will enter the race against Germany on Tuesday, June 15 in Munich at 9pm.
The knockout matches of the tournament will start on June 26th. The 16th round is from June 26 to 29 and the quarter finals are on July 2 and 3. The competition will focus on England for the final four contestants. The semi-finals will take place on July 6 and 7, 2021 at Wembley Stadium on the outskirts of London, England. As for the final, its kickoff will be on July 11 at 9pm at Wembley.
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