Of all the 24 teams participating in the tournament, Germany has the highest appearances – 12 – while Finland and North Macedonia have zero appearances. Out of this number, only 16 teams will qualify for the knockout stage.
Euro 2020 will now kick off on June 11th, running until July 11th, 2021. To celebrate the tournament’s 60th birthday, 12 different cities across the continent will be hosting the event. These are:
|Amsterdam (Netherlands)||Johan Cruyff Arena|
|Baku (Azerbaijan)||Olympic Stadium|
|Seville (Spain)||La Cartuja|
|Bucharest (Romania)||Arena Nationala|
|Budapest (Hungary)||Puskas Arena|
|Copenhagen (Denmark)||Parken Stadium|
|Glasgow (Scotland)||Hampden Park|
|London (England)||Wembley Stadium|
|Munich (Germany)||Allianz Arena|
|Rome (Italy)||Stadio Olimpico|
|Saint Petersburg (Russia)||Krestovsky Stadium|
Euro 2021 (2020) Finals- The Groups
Here is the draw for the Euro 2020 Finals.
|Group A||Italy, Turkey, Wales and Switzerland|
|Group B||Denmark, Finland, Belgium and Russia|
|Group C||Netherlands, Ukraine, Austria and North Macedonia|
|Group D||England, Croatia, Czech Republic and Scotland|
|Group E||Spain, Sweden, Poland and Slovakia|
|Group F||Portugal, France, Germany and Hungary|
Hungary must have been cursing their luck when the draw was made for the group stage of the tournament. It really couldn’t have been much worse as they were drawn in Group F alongside World Champions France, Euro 2016 winners Portugal and Germany.
The Germans are the favourites to top the group which may well be down to the fact that they will play their three matches in Munich, but there’s no denying that there is a serious gap in quality between the three sides that Hungary will come up against.
Ours bets for EURO 2021 are:
Dani Olmo to score at EURO – 1.5
England to win group – 1,5
Danmark to be Best in the Nordics – 1.55
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