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The Euro 2020 is back after a year-long hiatus and the championship will 51 international matches for the fans. The European championship was supposed to happen last year but the outspread of the COVID-19 pandemic to be the stumbling block. In this article, we shall be bringing to you the schedule and the timetable of the international tournament with the details about the venue. This year, the Euro 2020 will kick start with the match between Turkey and Italy at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome on June 11. the Euro 2020 has about 51 matches. Cristiano Ronaldo & Bruno Fernandes Lead Portugal to a 4-0 Win Against Israel During International Friendlies Ahead of Euro 2020.

The Euro 2016 was won by Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal and the team would want to replicate their performances even this time. Eder’s goal at the 109th minute is something that is still remembered. We Are The People’, is the theme song composed by Martin Garrix for Euro 2020.  The teams are divided into six categories- A,B,C,D, E, F.  This is the first time that the tournament will be played in 11 cities in the last 60 years. Now, let’s have a look at the schedule of the matches below;

EURO 2020 Schedule & Fixture List

Match No Date Match Time (IST) Venue
1 June 12 Turkey vs Italy 00:30 Stadio Olimpico, Rome
2 June 12 Wales vs Switzerland 18:30 Olympic Stadium, Baku
3 June 12 Denmark vs Finland 21:30 Parken, Copenhagen
4 June 13 Belgium vs Russia 00:30 St Petersburg Stadium, St Petersburg
5 June 13 England vs Croatia 18:30 Wembley, London
6 June 13 Austria vs North Macedonia 21:30 National Arena, Bucharest
7 June 14 Netherlands vs Ukraine 00:30 Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam
8 June 14 Scotland vs Czech Republic 18:30 Hampden Park, Glasgow
9 June 14 Poland vs Slovakia 21:30 St Petersburg Stadium, St Petersburg
10 June 15 Spain vs Sweden 00:30 Olympic Stadium, Seville
11 June 15 Hungary vs Portugal 21:30 Puskas Arena, Budapest
12 June 16 France vs Germany 00:30 Allianz Arena. Munich
13 June 16 Finland vs Russia 18:30 St Petersburg Stadium, St Petersburg
14 June 16 Turkey vs Wales 21:30 Olympic Stadium, Baku
15 June 17 Italy vs Switzerland 00:30 Stadio Olimpico, Rome
16 June 17 Ukraine vs North Macedonia 18:30 National Arena, Bucharest
17 June 17 Denmark vs Belgium 21:30 Parken, Copenhagen
18 June 18 Netherlands vs Austria 00:30 Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam
19 June 18 Sweden vs Slovakia 18:30 St Petersburg Stadium, St Petersburg
20 June 18 Croatia vs Czech Republic 21:30 Hampden Park, Glasgow
21 June 19 England vs Scotland 00:30 Wembley, London
22 June 19 Hungary vs France 18:30 Puskas Arena, Budapest
23 June 19 Portugal vs Germany 21:30 Allianz Arena, Munich
24 June 20 Spain vs Poland 00:30 Olympic Stadium, Seville
25 June 20 Italy vs Wales 21:30 Stadio Olimpico, Rome
26 June 20 Switzerland vs Turkey 21:30 Olympic Stadium, Baku
27 June 21 Ukraine vs Austria 21:30 National Arena, Bucharest
28 June 21 North Macedonia vs Netherlands 21:30 Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam
29 June 22 Finland vs Belgium 00:30 St Petersburg Stadium, St Petersburg
30 June 22 Russia vs Denmark 00:30 Parken, Copenhagen
31 June 23 Czech Republic vs England 00:30 Wembley, London
32 June 23 Criatia vs Scotland 00:30 Hampden Park, Glasgow
33 June 23 Sweden vs Poland 21:30 St Petersburg Stadium, St Petersburg
34 June 23 Slovakia vs Spain 21:30 Olympic Stadium, Seville
35 June 24 Germany vs Hungary 00:30 Allianz Arena, Munich
36 June 24 Portugal vs France 00:30 Puskas Arena, Budapest
37 June 26 Group A (2) vs Grouo B (2) 21:30 Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam
38 June 27 Group A (1) vs Group C (2) 00:30 Wembley Stadium, London
39 June 27 Group C (1) vs Group D,E,F (3) 21:30 Puskas Arena, Budapest
40 June 28 Group B (1) vs Group A,D,E,F (3) 00:30 Olympic Stadium, Seville
41 June 28 Group D (2) vs Group E (2) 21:30 Parken, Copenhagen
42 June 29 Group F (1) vs Group A,B,C (3) 00:30 National Arena, Bucharest
43 June 29 Group D (1) vs Group F (2) 21:30 Wembley, London
44 June 30 Group E (1) vs Group A,B,C,D (3) 00:30 Hampden Park, Glasgow
45 2 Winner Match 42 vs Winner Match 41 21:30 St Petersburg Stadium, St Petersburg
46 July 3 Winner Match 40 vs Winner Match 38 00:30 Allianz Arena, Munich
47 July 3 Winner Match 39 vs Winner Match 37 21:30 Olympic Stadium, Baku
48 July 4 Winner Match 44 vs Winner Match 43 00:30 Stadio Olimpico, Rome
49 July 7 Winner Match 46 vs Winner Match 45 00:30 Wembley, London
50 July 8 Winner Match 48 vs Winner Match 47 00:30 Wembley, London
51 July 12 Winner Match 49 vs Winner Match 50 00:30 Wembley, London

Cristiano Ronaldo’s team Portugal is placed in Group F along with the likes of Germany and France. This group is labelled as the ‘Group of Death’ as the defending champions will to really fight it out in the Group stages itself.

(The above story first appeared on Onhike on Jun 10, 2021 02:06 PM IST. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our website onhike.com).

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