We have all you need to know for Euro 2020 this summer, including every result, as well fixture, venue and TV information.
This article is constantly updated - scroll down for latest information on the knockout stage.
When and where are the Euros taking place?
The delayed championship runs from June 11-July 11 2021 in multiple host countries across the continent, reduced from the original 12 host cities across different nations.
The opening match was staged at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome with the final being held at Wembley, which will host eight games in total including the final and both semi-finals.
How many teams take part and what is the format?
The format is the same as for Euro 2016, with 24 teams divided into six groups of four.
The top two and the four best third-placed teams go through to the last 16.
Who is in which Euros group?
- Group A (Matches played in Italy/Azerbaijan): Turkey, Italy, Wales, Switzerland
- Group B (Russia/Denmark): Denmark, Finland, Belgium, Russia
- Group C (Netherlands/Romania): Netherlands, Ukraine, Austria, North Macedonia
- Group D (England/Scotland): England, Croatia, Scotland, Czech Republic
- Group E (Spain/Russia): Spain, Sweden, Poland, Slovakia
- Group F (Germany/Hungary): Hungary, Portugal, France, Germany
Who is favourite to win Euro 2020?
Before the tournament started on June 11, France were the 9/2 favourites with England their closest challengers at 11/2.
- France - 9/2
- England - 11/2
- Belgium - 6/1
- Spain - 15/2
- Germany, Italy, Portugal - 8/1
- Netherlands - 12/1
Odds correct at 1030 BST (11/06/2021)
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Who are the host cities and what games will be held where?
The 12 host cities were all due to stage three group games during the opening stage, with the below allocated knockout games.
Dublin was originally a host city, but issues related to the Covid-19 pandemic saw it withdraw. Its games were taken by London (Wembley) and Saint Petersburg. Bilbao was also an original host city, but was replaced by Seville for similar reasons.
- Amsterdam: Johan Cruyff Arena
- Bucharest: National Arena
- Budapest: Ferenc Puskás Stadium
- Copenhagen: Parken Stadium
- Glasgow: Hampden Park
- London: Wembley Stadium
- Seville: La Cartuja
- Baku: Olympic Stadium
- Munich: Fußball Arena Munchen
- Rome: Stadio Olimpico
- Saint Petersburg: Saint Petersburg Stadium
Semi-finals and final
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*Kick-off times (BST) not yet confirmed for all matches. Those that are have been listed.
Friday, June 11
- Group A - Turkey 0-3 Italy, Rome
Saturday, June 12
- Group A - Wales 1-1 Switzerland, Baku
- Group B - Denmark 0-1 Finland, Copenhagen
- Group B - Belgium 3-0 Russia, St Petersburg
Sunday, June 13
- Group D - England 1-0 Croatia, Wembley
- Group C - Austria 3-1 North Macedonia, Bucharest
- Group C - Holland 3-2 Ukraine, Amsterdam
Monday, June 14
- Group D - Scotland 0-2 Czech Republic, Glasgow
- Group E - Poland 1-2 Slovakia, St Petersburg
- Group E - Spain 0-0 Sweden, Seville
Tuesday, June 15
- Group F - Hungary 0-3 Portugal, Budapest
- Group F - France 1-0 Germany, Munich
Wednesday, June 16
- Group B - Finland 0-1 Russia, St Petersburg
- Group A - Turkey 0-2 Wales, Baku
- Group A - Italy 3-0 Switzerland, Rome
Thursday, June 17
- Group C - Ukraine 2-1 North Macedonia, Bucharest
- Group B - Denmark 1-2 Belgium, Copenhagen
- Group C - Holland 2-0 Austria, Amsterdam
Friday, June 18
- Group E - Sweden 1-0 Slovakia, St Petersburg
- Group D - Croatia 1-1 Czech Republic, Glasgow
- Group D - England 0-0 Scotland, Wembley
Saturday, June 19
- Group F - Hungary 1-1 France, Budapest
- Group F - Portugal 2-4 Germany, Munich
- Group E - Spain 1-1 Poland, Seville
Sunday, June 20
- Group A - Switzerland 3-1 Turkey, Baku
- Group A - Italy 1-0 Wales, Rome
Monday, June 21
- Group C - North Macedonia 0-3 Holland, Amsterdam
- Group C - Ukraine 0-1 Austria, Bucharest
- Group B - Russia 1-4 Denmark, Copenhagen
- Group B - Finland 0-2 Belgium, St Petersburg
Tuesday, June 22
- Group D - Croatia 3-1 Scotland, Glasgow
- Group D - Czech Republic 0-1 England, Wembley
Wednesday, June 23
- Group E - Slovakia 0-5 Spain, Seville
- Group E - Sweden 3-2 Poland, St Petersburg
- Group F - Portugal 2-2 France, Budapest
- Group F - Germany 2-2 Hungary, Munich
Euro 2020 - Knockout Stage Preview
Round of 16
Saturday, June 26
- Wales 0-4 Denmark, Amsterdam
- Italy 2-1 Austria (AET), Wembley
Sunday, June 27
- Netherlands 0-2 Czech Republic, Budapest
- Belgium 1-0 Portugal, Seville
Monday, June 28
- Croatia 3-5 Spain (AET), Copenhagen
- France 3-3 Switzerland (SUI won 5-4 on pens)
Tuesday, June 29
- England 2-0 Germany, Wembley
- Sweden 1-2 Ukraine, Glasgow
Friday, July 2
- Switzerland 1-1 Spain, St Petersburg (SPA won 3-1 on pens)
- Belgium 1-2 Italy, Munich
Saturday, July 3
- Czech Republic 1-2 Denmark, Baku
- Ukraine 0-4 England, Rome
Tuesday, July 6
- Spain 1-1 Italy, Wembley (ITA won 4-2 on pens)
TV Channel & kick off-time: 2000 BST (BBC)
Wednesday, July 7
- Denmark v England, Wembley
TV Channel & kick off-time: 2000 BST (ITV)
Sunday, July 11
- Italy v Winner SF 2, 8pm, Wembley
TV Channel & kick off-time: 2000 BST (TV TBC)
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