Euro 2020 starts in a week: Italy-Turkey is the inaugural match. The calendar

Euro 2020 starts in a week: Italy-Turkey is the inaugural match. The calendar
Euro 2020 starts in a week: Italy-Turkey is the inaugural match. The calendar

After the renunciations of Dublin and Bilbao, ratified by the UEFA Executive Committee, the venues for Euro2020, the next European football championship, will start on 11 June with the inaugural match scheduled in Rome. The races originally scheduled in the Basque Country will still be held in Spain, but in Seville. Conversely, the matches scheduled in the Irish capital will be divided between St. Petersburg (the three in the group) and London (the eighth final), which will also host the entire Final Four. Below is the complete calendar of Euro 2020.

Group A
June 11, Turkey-Italy (Rome)
June 12, Wales v Switzerland (Baku)
June 16 Turkey-Wales (Baku)
June 16 Italy-Switzerland (Rome)
June 20 Switzerland-Turkey (Baku)
June 20 Italy-Wales (Rome)

Group B.
12 June Denmark-Finland (Copenhagen)
June 12 Belgium-Russia (St. Petersburg)
June 16 Finland-Russia (St. Petersburg)
June 17 Denmark-Belgium (Copenhagen)
21 June Russia-Denmark (Copenhagen)
21 June Finland-Belgium (Saint Petersburg)

Group C
13 June, Austria-North Macedonia (Bucharest)
June 13, Netherlands-Ukraine (Amsterdam)
17 June, Ukraine-North Macedonia (Bucharest)
June 17, Netherlands-Austria (Amsterdam)
June 21, North Macedonia-Holland (Amsterdam)
21 June, Ukraine-Austria (Bucharest)

Group D
13 June, England v Croatia (London)
June 14, Scotland-Rep. Czech (Glasgow)
June 18, Croatia-Rep. Czech Republic (Glasgow)
18 June, England v Scotland (London)
22 June, Croatia v Scotland (Glasgow)
June 22, Czech Republic-England (London)

Group E
June 14, Poland-Slovakia (St. Petersburg)
June 14, Spain v Sweden (Seville)
June 18, Sweden v Slovakia (St. Petersburg)
June 19th, Spain v Poland (Sevilla)
23 June, Slovakia v Spain (Seville)
June 23, Sweden v Poland (St. Petersburg)

Group F
June 15, Hungary-Portugal (Budapest)
June 15, France-Germany (Munich)
June 19, Hungary-France (Budapest)
June 19, Portugal-Germany (Munich)
23 June, Portugal-France (Budapest)
June 23, Germany-Hungary (Munich)

Knockout stage
Round of 16
June 26: Amsterdam and London
June 27: Budapest and Seville
June 28: Copenhagen and Bucharest
June 29: London and Glasgow

Quarter finals
2 July: St. Petersburg and Munich
July 3: Baku and Rome

6 and 7 July: London

July 11: London

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