Euro 2020 Fixtures and Full Schedule Announced – All you need to know

The final of the competition is set to be played at the Wembley Stadium, London on July 11.
Saurabh Ganguly Author

Updated - 26 April 2021 5:48 pm

Turkey and Italy are set to kick off the opening match of the 2020 European Championships at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome on June 11, as per the fixtures announced. Meanwhile, the reigning champions Portugal will start its campaign against Hungary in Budapest on June 15. The final of the competition is set to be played at the Wembley Stadium, London on July 11.

Some matches had to be relocated

Notably, the UEFA committee has decided to relocate some of the matches of Euro 2020, keeping in the mind the crowd capacity allowed at these venues as the world continues to battle COVID-19. As many as four matches initially scheduled to happen in Bilbao have now been moved to the Estadio La Cartuja in Seville. The move comes after the Autonomous Community of Andalusia confirmed that it intends to allow 30% capacity crowd for the three Group E matches and Round of 16 match.

Similarly, three Group E matches initially scheduled for Dublin, will now happen at the Saint Petersburg Stadium, which is already hosting three Group B matches and a quarter-final. In addition, the Round of 16 match initially scheduled to take place in Dublin, will be moved to Wembley Stadium in London.

It is to be highlighted here that the decision of the local authorities at some of these venue had made it unlikely for the spectators to be present at the stadium. Hence the UEFA proposed to relocate these matches to other venues where the fans will be allowed to watch live football matches in stadiums. UEFA’s flagship national competition thus looks set to be played in the presence of some fans.

Euro 2020 fixtures & Full Schedule

Fixtures: Group A
June 11 – Turkey v Italy, Stadio Olimpico, Rome
June 12 – Wales v Switzerland, Olympic Stadium, Baku
June 16 – Turkey v Wales, Olympic Stadium, Baku, Italy v Switzerland, Stadio Olimpico, Rome
June 20 – Switzerland v Turkey, Olympic Stadium, Baku, Italy v Wales, Stadio Olimpico, Rome

Fixtures: Group B
June 12 Denmark v Finland, Parken Stadium, Copenhagen, Belgium v Russia, Gazprom Arena, St Petersburg
June 16 : Finland v Russia, Gazprom Arena, St Petersburg
June 17 : Denmark v Belgium, Parken Stadium, Copenhagen
June 21 : Russia v Denmark, Parken Stadium, Copenhagen, Finland v Belgium, Gazprom Arena, St Petersburg

Fixtures: Group C
June 13: Austria v North Macedonia, Arena Nationala, Bucharest, Netherlands v Ukraine, Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam
June 17: Ukraine v North Macedonia, Arena Nationala, Bucharest, Netherlands v Austria, Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam
June 21: North Macedonia v Netherlands, Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam, Ukraine v Austria, Arena Nationala, Bucharest

Fixtures: Group D
June 13: England v Croatia, Wembley Stadium, London
June 14: Scotland v Czech Republic, Hampden Park, Glasgow
June 18: Croatia v Czech Republic, Hampden Park, Glasgow, England v Scotland, Wembley Stadium, London
June 22: Croatia v Scotland, Hampden Park, Glasgow, Czech Republic v England, Wembley Stadium, London

Fixtures: Group E
June 14: Poland v Slovakia, Gazprom Arena, St Petersburg, Spain v Sweden, Estadio La Cartuja, Seville
June 18: Sweden v Slovakia, Gazprom Arena, St Petersburg
June 19: Spain v Poland, Estadio La Cartuja, Seville
June 23: Slovakia v Spain, Estadio La Cartuja, Seville, Sweden v Poland, Gazprom Arena, St Petersburg

Fixtures: Group F
June 15: Hungary v Portugal, Puskas Arena, Budapest, France v Germany, Allianz Arena, Munich
June 19: Hungary v France, Puskas Arena, Budapest, Portugal v Germany, Allianz Arena, Munich
June 23: Portugal v France, Puskas Arena, Budapest, Germany v Hungary, Allianz Arena, Munich

Euro 2020 fixtures & Full Schedule – Round of 16

June 26: Match 38 – Runner-up Group A v Runner-up Group B, Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam
Match 37 – Winner Group A v Runner-up Group C, Wembley Stadium, London

June 27: – Match 40 Winner Group C v 3rd Group D/E/F, Puskas Arena, Budapest
Match 39 Winner Group B v 3rd Group A/D/E/F, Estadio La Cartuja, Seville

June 28: Match 42 – Runner-up Group D v Runner-up Group E, Parken Stadium, Copenhagen
Match 41 – Winner Group F v 3rd Group A/B/C, Arena Nationala, Bucharest

June 29: – Match 44 – Winner Group D v Runner-up Group F, Wembley Stadium, London
Match 43 – Winner Group E v 3rd Group A/B/C/D, Hampden Park, Glasgow

Euro 2020 Quarter-finals

July 2: Match 45 – Winner Match 41 v Winner Match 42, Gazprom Arena, St Petersburg
Match 46 – Winner Match 39 v Winner Match 37, Allianz Arena, Munich

July 3: – Match 47 Winner Match 40 v Winner Match 38, Olympic Stadium, Baku
Match 48 – Winner Match 43 v Winner Match 44, Stadio Olimpico, Rome

Euro 2020 Semifinals

July 6 – Match 49 – Winner Match 46 v Winner Match 45, Wembley Stadium, London
July 7 – Match 50 – Winner Match 48 v Winner Match 47, Wembley Stadium, London

Euro 2020 Finals

July 11 – Winner Match 49 v Winner Match 50, Wembley Stadium, London