UEFA EURO 2020: All you need to know – Timings, Broadcast, Fixtures and more

EURO 2020 is being held across the continent for the first time in the competition's 60-year history, with 11 host cities overall.

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Updated - 1 June 2021 10:22 pm

Football fans from all around the globe were disappointed when the on-going pandemic postponed the most prestigious European International competition in 2020. However, the biggest footballing fiesta returns with full force in 2021 with the same name, players, adrenaline and excitement.

Unlike any other edition, the UEFA EURO 2020 will be played keeping in mind the safety of players, management, staff and fans. Want to know all about it? so let's dive in.

EURO 2020 Venues

After the COVID-19 pandemic postponed the 2020 edition to 2021, the authorities decided to host the event with the same name. However, EURO 2020 is being held across the continent for the first time in the competition's 60-year history, with 11 host cities overall.

Final and semi-finals-2 round of 16 games, 3 group games

London, England: Wembley Stadium

6 group games-1 quarter-final

Saint Petersburg, Russia: Saint Petersburg Stadium

3 group games, 1 quarter-final

Baku, Azerbaijan: Baku Olympic Stadium

Munich, Germany: Football Arena Munich

Rome, Italy: Olimpico in Rome

3 group games-1 round of 16 game

Amsterdam, Netherlands: Johan Cruijff Arena

Bucharest, Romania: National Arena Bucharest

Budapest, Hungary: Puskas Arena

Copenhagen, Denmark: Parken Stadium

Glasgow, Scotland: Hampden Park

Seville, Spain: Stadium La Cartuja Sevilla

EURO 2020 Groups

A total of 24 nations are taking part in EURO 2020, which are split into six different groups.

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

EURO 2020 Fixtures

12 June

Turkey vs Italy - 12:30 AM IST

Wales vs Switzerland - 6:30 PM IST

Denmark vs Finland - 9:30 PM IST

13 June

Belgium vs Russia - 12:30 AM IST

England vs Croatia - 6:30 PM IST

Austria vs North Macedonia - 9:30 PM IST

14 June

Netherlands vs Ukraine - 12:30 AM IST

Scotland vs Czech Republic - 6:30 PM IST

Poland vs Slovakia - 9:30 PM IST

15 June

Spain vs Sweden - 12:30 AM IST

Hungary vs Portugal - 9:30 IST

16 June

France vs Germany - 12:30 AM IST

Finland vs Russia - 6:30 PM IST

Turkey vs Wales - 9:30 PM IST

17 June

Italy vs Switzerland - 12:30 AM IST

Ukraine vs North Macedonia - 6:30 AM IST

Denmark vs Belgium - 9:30 PM IST

18 June

Netherlands vs Austria - 12:30 AM IST

Sweden vs Slovakia - 6:30 PM IST

Croatia vs Czech Republic - 9:30 PM IST

19 June

England vs Scotland - 12:30 AM IST

Hungary vs France - 6:30 AM IST

Portugal vs Germany - 9:30 AM IST

20 June

Spain vs Poland - 12:30 AM IST

Italy vs Wales - 9:30 AM IST

Switzerland vs Turkey - 9:30 AM IST

21 June

North Macedonia vs Netherlands - 9:30 PM IST

Ukraine vs Austria - 9:30 PM IST

22 June

Russia vs Denmark - 12:30 AM IST

Finland vs Belgium - 12:30 AM IST

23 June

Czech Republic vs England - 12:30 AM IST

Croatia vs Scotland -12:30 AM IST

Slovakia vs Spain - 9:30 AM IST

Sweden vs Poland - 9:30 AM IST

24 June

Germany vs Hungary - 12:30 AM IST

Portugal v France - 12:30 AM IST

Knockout Stage-Round of 16

26 June

1: 2A vs 2B - 9:30 PM IST

27 June

2: 1A vs 2C - 12:30 AM IST

3: 1C vs 3D/E/F - 9:30 PM IST

28 June

4: 1B vs 3A/D/E/F - 12:30 AM IST

5: 2D vs 2E - 9:30 PM IST

29 June

6: 1F vs 3A/B/C - 12:30 AM IST

7: 1D vs 2F - 9:30 PM IST

30 June

8: 1E vs 3A/B/C/D - 12:30 AM IST

Knockout Stage-Quarter-finals

2 July

QF1: 6 Winner vs 5 Winner - 9:30 PM IST

3 July

QF2: 4 Winner vs 2 Winner - 12:30 AM IST

QF3: 3 Winner vs 1 Winner - 9:30 PM IST

4 July

QF4: 8 Winner vs 4 Winner - 12:30 AM IST

Knockout Stage-Semi-finals

7 July

SF1: QF2 Winner vs QF1 Winner - 12:30 AM IST

SF2- SF2: QF4 Winner vs QF3 Winner - 12:30 AM IST

8 July

Final- SF1 Winner vs SF2 Winner - 12:30 AM IST

Where to watch EURO 2020 in India?

Sony Pictures Sports Network (SPSN) will telecast UEFA Euro 2020 in six languages in India - English, Hindi, Bengali, Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam.

You can watch the game Live on SONY TEN 2, SONY TEN 3, SONY SIX and SONY TEN 4 channels as well as live stream it on SonyLIV.

Match 40

Hyderabad vs Rajasthan

27 September 2021 07:30 pm ist

Match 41

Kolkata vs Delhi

28 September 2021 03:30 pm ist

Match 40

Hyderabad vs Rajasthan

27 September 2021 07:30 pm ist

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