Euro Cup 2020

Euro Cup 2020

The Euro Cup is one of the most popular football leagues in the world. This is a fascinating tournament held every four years, attracting thousands of fans around the world. As planned, the 16th Euro will be held this summer. However, due to a change in the organization schedule and the Covid-19 pandemic, Euro Cup 2020 has been moved to 2021. Therefore, the qualifiers at the Euro 2020-2021 tournament are gradually being completed.

The Euro 2020 final round will start on June 11, 2021 and end on July 11, 2021. The matches will be held in 12 cities across Europe. This is a plan adopted by UEFA Euro 2020, to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the tournament held since the first time in France in 1960.

The semi-finals and final will take place at Wembley Stadium, England. Here are general information about Euro 2020-2021:

Euro Cup 2020 – 2021 Format

In this commemorative tournament, 24 national teams participated. Of which, 20 teams have a direct ticket and the remaining 4 teams have to play in the play-off round to win tickets to the final.

The format of Euro Cup 2020 is similar to that of Euro 2016, including:

– There are 6 groups, each with 4 teams

– In the Euro qualifier results, the top team will enter the knockout round with the second-placed team of the group. In those 6 groups, the 4 best 3rd ranked teams can also win tickets to the knockout round.

– In the knockout round, 16 teams continued to compete to find the champion.

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Euro 2020 – 2021 Qualifiers

The draw ceremony for the division of the Euro Cup 2020-2021 was held on November 30, 2019. If there is no schedule change in the near future, this year’s group stage will be held from June 11, 2021 to November 24, 2021.

Below is the list of teams participating in the 6 qualifying groups provided by UEFA Euro 2020:

Group A: 

1. Italy000000
2. Turkey000000
3. Switzerland000000
4. Wales000000

Group B:

1. Belgium000000
2. Denmark000000
3. Finland000000
4. Russia000000

Group C: 

1. Netherlands000000
2. Ukraine000000
3. Austria000000

Group D:

1. Croatia 000000
2. Czech Republic000000
3. England000000

Group E:

1. Poland000000
2. Spain000000
3. Sweden000000

Group F:

1. France000000
2. Germany000000
3. Portugal000000

Euro 2020 – 2021 Schedule

Group A:

Date / TimeMatchesStadium
N/ATurkey vs ItalyStadio Olimpico, Rome
N/AWales vs SwitzerlandOlympic, Baku
N/ATurkey vs WalesOlympic, Baku
N/AItaly vs SwitzerlandStadio Olimpico, Rome
N/ASwitzerland vs TurkeyOlympic, Baku
N/AItaly vs WalesStadio Olimpico, Rome

Group B:

Date / TimeMatchesStadium
N/ADenmark vs FinlandParken, Copenhagen
N/ABelgium vs RussiaKrestovsky, Saint Petersburg
N/AFinland vs RussiaKrestovsky, Saint Petersburg
N/ADenmark vs BelgiumParken, Copenhagen
N/ARussia vs DenmarkParken, Copenhagen
N/AFinland vs BelgiumKrestovsky, Saint Petersburg

Group C:

Date / TimeMatchesStadium
N/ANetherlands vs UkraineJohan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam
N/AAustria vs (Play-off D / A winner)Arena Nationala, Bucharest
N/ANetherlands vs AustriaJohan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam
N/AUkraine vs (Play-off D / A winner)Arena Nationala, Bucharest
N/A(Play-off D / A winner) vs NetherlandsJohan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam
N/AUkraine vs AustriaArena Nationala, Bucharest

Group D:

Date / TimeMatchesStadium
N/AEngland vs CroatiaWembley, London
N/A(Play-off C winner) vs Czech RepublicHampden Park, Glasgow
N/ACroatia vs Czech RepublicHampden Park, Glasgow
N/AEngland vs ( Play-off C winner)Wembley, London
N/ACroatia vs (Play-off C winner)Hampden Park, Glasgow
N/ACzech Republic vs EnglandWembley, London

Group E:

Date / TimeMatchesStadium
N/ASpain vs SwedenSan Mames, Bilbao
N/APoland vs (Play-off B winner)Aviva, Dublin
N/ASweden vs (Play-off B winner)Aviva, Dublin
N/ASpain vs PolandSan Mames, Bilbao
N/A(Play-off B winner) vs SpainSan Mames, Bilbao
N/ASweden vs PolandAviva, Dublin

Group F

Date / TimeMatchesStadium
N/A(Playoff A / D winner) vs PortugalPuskas Arena, Budapest
N/AFrance vs GermanyAllianz Arena, Munich
N/A(Playoff A / D winner) vs FrancePuskas Arena, Budapest
N/APortugal vs GermanyAllianz Arena, Munich
N/APortugal vs FranceOlympic Stadium, Baku
N/AGermany vs (Playoff A / D winner)Allianz Arena, Munich

Euro Cup 2020 Play-offs

16 teams participated in the Play-off round to win tickets to Euro 2021. In which, there are 4 groups, 4 teams each. The top team will continue to play in the Playoff knockout stages.

Play-off A

– Iceland faces Romania in the first semi-final.

– Bulgaria faces off against Hungary in the second semi-final.

The team that wins the match between Bulgaria and Hungary will have home advantage in the final match.

Play-off B

-Bosnia-Herzegovina faces Northern Ireland in the semi-finals 1.

– Slovakia faces the Republic of Ireland in the semi-finals 2.

The win team in the match between Bosnia-Herzegovina and Northern Ireland hosted the B play-off final.

Play-off C

-Scotland faces Israel in the semi-finals 1.

– Norway faces Serbia in the semi-finals 2.

The win team in the match between Norway and Serbia hosted the C play-off final.

Play-off D

-Georgia faces Belarus in the semi-finals 1.

– Macedonia faces Kosovo in the semi-finals 2.

The win team in the match between Georgia faces Belarus hosted the D play-off final.

The Stadiums in Euro 2020 – 2021

Amsterdam, NetherlandsJohan Cruyff Arena56,000
Baku, AzerbaijanOlympic Stadium68,700
Bilbao, SpainSan Mames53,332
Bucharest, RomaniaArena Nationala 55,600
Budapest, HungaryFerenc Puskas Stadium67,889
Copenhagen, DenmarkParken Stadium38,065
Dublin, IrelandAviva Stadium51,700
Glasgow, ScotlandHampden Park 52,063
London, EnglandWembley Stadium90,000
Munich, GermanyAllianz Arena 75,000
Rome, Italy Stadio Olimpico72,698
Saint Petersburg, RussiaKrestovsky Stadium68,134