Euro 2020 is approaching and the fans are wondering: where will the games take place? Is there a game plan, what do the groups and the mode look like and what about TV rights?
The UEFA European Championship In 2020 in the summer, the 16th European Championship will be in its history and will live up to its name, as it will take place in eleven European cities – and one Asian, namely Baku (Azerbaijan).
The European Football Championship will start on 12 June 2020 (opening match in Rome) until 12 July 2020 (final at Wembley Stadium in London). A total of 51 games will be played. Here you will find collected all the information about the schedule, schedule, date, time, groups, teams and teams, mode, live TV and stream, qualification, venues, countries and venues as well as stadiums and arenas plus time difference and public viewing.
European Championship 2020 also in Germany
The 2020 European Football Championship will take place in part in Germany three group matches as well as a quarter-final will take place in Munich in the Allianz Arena Instead of. Other cities or stadiums from Germany will not be included in the Euro 2020.
Qualification for the Euro 2020
The European Championship qualifier is still running, with Germany arguing with the Netherlands to a starting place at the European Championship. Twenty teams will qualify for the 2020 tournament via the European Championship qualifiers and four more via the UEFA Nations League 2018/19 play-off tournament. The qualifying matches will take place from March to November 2019. The winners and runners-up of all ten qualifying groups will come directly to the European Championship. Four more places will be played in the play-off games of the Nations League 2018/19 in March 2020.
Football-EM: schedule, schedule, date, time
The European Football Championship runs from 12 June 2020 (opening match in Rome) to 12 July 2020 (final at Wembley Stadium in London). A total of 51 games will be played. The timetable was set by the Uefa on May 24, 2018. The exact dates of the Euro 2020 after the final draw in December 2019 are determined.
Schedule The Group games:
- Group A: 12 to 21 June 2020 (opening match: 9 p.m. Central European Time in Rome)
- Group B: 13 to 22 June 2020
- Group C: 14 to 22 June 2020
- Group D: 14 to 23 June 2020
- Group E: 15 to 24 June 2020
Schedule of the quarter-finals:
Schedule of the quarter-finals:
Schedule of the semi-finals:
- 12 July 2020, 9pm Central European Time (CEST)
EM 2020 live on TV, TV & Stream: Sky or DAZN or on free TV? The TV rights
The European Football Championship 2020 will be shown live on free TV. ARD and ZDF share the coverage.
European Football Championship: the teams and teams
Since the qualification is still in progress and there is no actual host country, there is currently no information about participating teams and teams.
Groups at a glance at the European Championship 2020
Since the teams and teams are not yet known, there are no groups yet. However, above you will find the rough game dates within groups A to E.
Is there a special mode at the European Football Championship in Europe (and Asia)?
Actually, the tournament runs normally, were it not for the five groups – an odd number that requires a special mode in the division of the best third-place finishers in the groups: The assignment of the group thirds eligible for the quarter-finals to the four previously defined eighth-final matches with group thirds depends on which groups the third-place finishers qualify for the quarter-finals. For each of the 15 options, a table in the official rules determines the assignment.
EM countries: Venues / Venues: Stadiums and Arenas
The 2020 European Championships will be held in the following countries and cities:
- England: London, Wembley Stadium: 90,652 seats, 3 Group games, 1 quarter-final, 2 semi-finals, finals
- Azerbaijan: Baku, National Stadium Baku, 69,870 seats, 3 Group games, 1 quarter-final
- Germany: Munich Alliance, Arena, Capacity: 70,000, 3 Group games, 1 quarter-final
- Italy: RomeOlympic stadium Rome, Capacity: 72,689.3 Group games (opening match), 1 quarter-final
- Russia: Saint Petersburg, Krestowski Stadium, Capacity: 69.501, 3 Group games, 1 quarter-final
- Scotland: Glasgow, Hampden Park, Capacity: 52,500, 3 Group games, 1 round of the quarter-finals
- Hungary: Budapest, New National Stadium, Capacity: 65,000, 3 Group games, 1 round of the quarter-finals
- Denmark: Copenhagen, Parking Arena, Capacity: 38.190, 3 Group games, 1 round of the quarter-finals
- Spain: Bilbao, San Mamés, Capacity: 50,000, 3 Group games 1 Round of 16
- Netherlands: Amsterdam, Johan Cruyff Arena, Capacity: 54,990, 3 Group games, 1 round of the quarter-finals
- Ireland: Dublin, Aviva Stadium, Capacity: 51,700, 3 Group games 1, Round of 16
- Romania: Bucharest, Arena Nasional, Capacity: 55,600, 3 Group games, 1 round of the quarter-finals
Time difference at the European Football Championship 2020: time zones and the time difference
There will be time differences and time differences at the European Football Championship, as the European Championship will be held in different time zones. Here is the overview:
- Bias for games England And Scotland: Minus one hour, e.g. it is in Germany 3 p.m., it’s in Great Britain only 2 p.m.
- Time difference for games in Romania: Plus one hour, e.g. it is in Germany 3 p.m., it’s in Romania already 4 p.m.
- Bias Hungary: There are no Time difference
- Time difference To Russia (St. Petersburg): Plus one hour, e.g. it is in Germany 3 p.m., it’s in St. Petersburg already 4 p.m.
- Bias To Baku (Azerbaijan): Plus two hours, e.g. it is in Germany 3 p.m., it’s in Baku already 5 p.m.
Public Viewing at the European Football Championship 2020
Currently, there are no providers that have made official to offer public viewing of the European Football Championship.
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