Euro 2020 fixtures & results

24 Teams will compete in the Euro 2020 for The UEFA European Football Championship! The tournament will be held from June 11 to July 11, 2021. In total 36 group stage matches and 15 Knock-out stage matches will be played at kick-off times 3:00, 6:00 & 9:00 PM GMT +2 !

The group stage will be divided into six groups of four teams each, with a total of 36 matches in the group stage. All Euro 2020 results will be updated on this site right after the final whistle.

Euro 2020 Fixtures & Results Group Stage

*All Kick-off times are in GMT+2

Group Date Time* Match Result
A Fri, 11.06.21 9:00PM Turkey – Italy 0:3
A Sat, 12.06.21 3:00PM Wales – Switzerland 1:1
B Sat, 12.06.21 6:00PM Denmark – Finland 0:1
B Sat, 12.06.21 9:00PM Belgium – Russia 3:0
D Sun, 13.06.21 3:00PM England – Croatia 1:0
C Sun, 13.06.21 6:00PM Austria – North Macedonia 3:1
C Sun, 13.06.21 9:00PM Netherlands – Ukraine 3:2
D Mon, 14.06.21 3:00PM Scotland – Czech Republic 0:2
E Mon, 14.06.21 6:00PM Poland – Slovakia 1:2
E Mon, 14.06.21 9:00PM Spain – Sweden 0:0
F Tue, 15.06.21 6:00PM Hungary – Portugal 0:3
F Tue, 15.06.21 9:00PM France – Germany 1:0
B Wed, 16.06.21 3:00PM Finland – Russia 0:1
A Wed, 16.06.21 6:00PM Turkey – Wales 0:2
A Wed, 16.06.21 9:00PM Italy – Switzerland 3:0
C Thu, 17.06.21 3:00PM Ukraine – North Macedonia 2:1
B Thu, 17.06.21 6:00PM Denmark – Belgium 1:2
C Thu, 17.06.21 9:00PM Netherlands – Austria 2:0
E Fri, 18.06.21 3:00PM Sweden – Slovakia 1:0
D Fri, 18.06.21 6:00PM Croatia – Czech Republic 1:1
D Fri, 18.06.21 9:00PM England – Scotland 0:0
F Sat, 19.06.21 3:00PM Hungary – France 1:1
F Sat, 19.06.21 6:00PM Portugal – Germany 2:4
E Sat, 19.06.21 9:00PM Spain – Poland 1:1
A Sun, 20.06.21 6:00PM Italy – Wales 1:0
A Sun, 20.06.21 6:00PM Switzerland – Turkey 3:1
C Mon, 21.06.21 6:00PM North Macedonia – Netherlands 0:3
C Mon, 21.06.21 6:00PM Ukraine – Austria 0:1
B Mon, 21.06.21 9:00PM Russia – Denmark 1:4
B Mon, 21.06.21 9:00PM Finland – Belgium 0:2
D Tue, 22.06.21 9:00PM Czech Republic – England 0:1
D Tue, 22.06.21 9:00PM Croatia – Scotland 3:1
E Wed, 23.06.21 6:00PM Slovakia – Spain 0:5
E Wed, 23.06.21 6:00PM Sweden – Poland 3:2
F Wed, 23.06.21 9:00PM Germany – Hungary 2:2
F Wed, 23.06.21 9:00PM Portugal – France 2:2

Euro 2020 Fixtures & Results Knock-Out Phase

The top team, the second-placed team, and the four best third-placed teams from the group stages will advance to the knockout round.
During the knockout stages, if a match is tied after 90 minutes of regular playing time in the knockout phase, an extra time of two intervals of 15 minutes each is played, with each team able to make a sixth substitution (five substitutes in normal time). If the score is tied after extra time, the match is settled by a penalty shoot-out.

*All Kick-off times are in GMT+2

Round Date Time* Match Result
Last 16 26.06.21 6:00PM Wales – Denmark 0:4
Last 16 26.06.21 9:00PM Italy – Austria 0:0 (2-1 AET)
Last 16 27.06.21 6:00PM Netherlands – Czech Republic 0:2
Last 16 27.06.21 9:00PM Belgium – Portugal 1:0
Last 16 28.06.21 6:00PM Croatia – Spain 3:3 (3-5 AET)
Last 16 28.06.21 9:00PM France – Switzerland 3:3 (4-5 PEN)
Last 16 29.06.21 6:00PM England – Germany 2:0
Last 16 29.06.21 9:00PM Sweden – Ukraine 1:1 (1-2 AET)
QF 02.07.21 6:00PM Switzerland – Spain 1:1 (1-3 AET)
QF 02.07.21 9:00PM Belgium – Italy 1:2
QF 03.07.21 6:00PM Czech Republic – Denmark 1:2
QF 03.07.21 9:00PM Ukraine – England 0:4
SF 06.07.21 9:00PM Italy – Spain 1:1 (4-2 PEN)
SF 07.07.21 9:00PM England – Denmark 1:1 (2-1 AET)
Final 11.07.21 9:00PM Italy – England 1:1 (3-2 PEN)

Euro 2020 fixtures and results

More details about the EURO 2020 fixtures

The Euro 2020, also known as the UEFA European Championship, is a quadrennial football competition in which the senior male national teams of 24 European countries compete. It will be held from June 11 to July 11, 2021, after a postponement due to the Covid19 pandemic. The tournament will be held in 11 cities in UEFA countries, each city will host one last 16 or quarter-final match.

The first match will take place at Rome’s Stadio Olimpico, while England’s national stadium Wembley will host both semi-finals and the final, as well as a last-16 tie that was initially supposed to take place in Dublin.

When competing for the continental cup, the teams are divided into groups, based on the results of a qualification series.
To avoid fixture fatigue and boredom, teams will be limited to five substitutions, with a sixth allowed in extra time, and will field 26-player squads. However, teams can only list a maximum of 23 players on the match sheet for each tournament fixture, according to the rules of the game (of which 12 are substitutes).

The host cities and stadiums are:

  • Rome (Stadio Olimpico)
  • Baku (Olympic Stadium)
  • Copenhagen (Parken Stadium)
  • St Petersburg (St Petersburg Stadium)
  • Amsterdam (Johan Cruijff ArenA)
  • Bucharest (National Arena)
  • London (Wembley Stadium)
  • Glasgow (Hampden Park)
  • Budapest (Puskás Aréna)
  • Munich (Fußball Arena München)
  • Seville (La Cartuja Stadium)

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The Euro 2020 tournament is well-known around the world, and it would draw a large number of fans even though they are unable to attend in person. It was revealed in March that it had been postponed until the summer of 2021, but that it will still be branded as Euro 2020

Portugal is the defending champion, having won the competition in 2016. In this competition, the video assistant referee (VAR) device will make its debut at the European Championship.

The tournament is taking place 60 years since the first of its kind and will be contested in a series of cities across Europe, concluding with the final at Wembley Stadium in London. The qualification stage has concluded, and the teams that will be guaranteed a place at Euro 2020 are already established. Every one of the 11 UEFA EURO 2020 host cities will invite fans back to the stadium for the matches this summer. Budapest intends to use 100 percent of the stadium capacity, but with stringent stadium access criteria for spectators.

Betting Odds for the Euro 2020

The long-awaited EURO 2020/2021 has finally arrived, and we are all looking forward to seeing how the various nations compete. The group draws look pretty cool, and there are cool games to look forward to. The EURO groups look promising from a betting standpoint, and there will undoubtedly be a plethora of betting opportunities.

The inclusion of three European giants in Group F makes some interesting future round-of-16 ties. For eg, if England wins Group D, they will most likely face either Germany, France, or Portugal in the last-16, assuming Hungary does not pull off a miracle. To progress to the final, the Three Lions will have to defeat Spain in the quarter-finals and the Netherlands in the semi-finals, assuming the favorites will proceed. With that in mind, predictions suggest that England’s most possible will reach the final and face either France or Belgium.

There other major markets to bet on such as the overall winner, Tournament winner, Top Goalscorer, Player of the Tournament, chances to advance to the next round, To Reach The Final, Winner + Top Scorer Outright Combo, and several more. Visit our Homepage and find the latest free betting tips for all football leagues and upcoming tournaments.

Tournament Winner favourite odds

  • England – Odd:2.50 @ Bet365
  • Italy – Odd:3.20 @ Bet365
  • Spain – Odd:3.75 @ Betway
  • Denmark – Odd:9.70 @ Betway

Golden Boot (Top Goalscorer)

  • Cristiano Ronaldo – Odd:2.90 @ Betway
  • Patrick Schick – Odd:2.90 @ Betway
  • Harry Kane – Odd:4.65 @ Bet365
  • Raheem Sterling – Odd:11.90 @ Bet365
  • Casper Dolberg – Odd:38.00 @ Betway
  • Ciro Immobile – Odd:45.00 @ Betway

*Note that these are the odds on 05.07.2021 they would be updated throughout the tournament again. Have a look at the bottom of the page and go place some bets in your countries best bookmakers