Euro 2020 all set to kick start on June 12, deets inside

There will be six groups in Euro 2020. The group winners and runners-up will proceed to the knockout rounds, along with the four best third-placed teams. Then it will be a straight knockout tournament, with extra time and penalties if required. There will be a round of 16, quarterfinals, semifinals and a final.

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Euro 2020 is all set to kick off with 24 top European nations competing to win the trophy. The tournament will be spread across 12 different cities in Europe for the first time in history. The final and semifinal will take place at Wembley Stadium in London, England. 

There will be six groups in Euro 2020. The group winners and runners-up will proceed to the knockout rounds, along with the four best third-placed teams. Then it will be a straight knockout tournament, with extra time and penalties if required. There will be a round of 16, quarterfinals, semifinals and a final.

Host cities of Euro 2020 

Wembley Stadium: London, England

Baku Olympic Stadium: Baku, Azerbaijan

Football Arena Munich: Munich, Germany

Saint Petersburg Stadium: Saint Petersburg, Russia

National Arena Bucharest: Bucharest, Romania

Olimpico in Rome: Rome, Italy

Johan Cruijff ArenA: Amsterdam, Netherlands

Stadium La Cartuja Sevilla: Seville, Spain

Puskas Arena: Budapest, Hungary

Hampden Park: Glasgow, Scotland

Parken Stadium: Copenhagen, Denmark

Group A

Turkey

Italy

Wales

Switzerland

 

Group B

Denmark

Finland

Belgium

Russia

Group C

Netherlands

Ukraine

Austria

North Macedonia 

Group D

England

Croatia

Scotland

Czech Republic 

Group E

Spain

Sweden

Poland

Slovakia

Group F

Hungary

Portugal

France

Germany