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EM 2020: Schedule, Groups, Tickets, Live TV – all information about the European Championship 2020 – Euro 2020

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The 2020 European Football Championship is just around the corner. The DFB team has caught a death group. All information about the schedule, the groups, tickets and the TV broadcast.

  • The 2020 European Championships is used in Germany and eleven other countries.
  • The DFB team has caught a real death group
  • We have the Schedule, the groups, a TV overview and many more information compiled
  • The 2020 European Championships start on 12 June and end on 12 July

In 2020, everything is to be different. After the embarrassing preliminary round exit at the 2018 World Cup in Russia, the DFB team under Joachim Löw at the 2020 European Football Championship rehabilitate. And hardly any European Championship deserves the name as much as this one. Because: Euro 2020 takes place in eleven different European cities – and one Asian, namely Baku (Azerbaijan).

But who is even qualified for the Euro 2020, there is already a schedule, where the games will be played and where will the European Championship be in the Tv can be seen? Can you buy tickets and if so, where? All this information and more can be found here.

Euro 2020: These teams are qualified

In mid-March 2019, the qualifying matches* for the 2020 European Championships and will run until the end of March 2020. Since there is no permanently qualified host this time, all 55 countries had to fight for the 24 coveted European Championship tickets. 20 of the 24 teams qualified classically for participation in the European Championship. The remaining four teams will be determined via the play-offs of the Nations League.

Already qualified for Euro 2020: Belgium, Denmark, Germany, England, Finland, France, Italy, Croatia, Netherlands, Austria, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland, Spain, Czech Republic, Turkey, Ukraine, Wales.

These teams can still qualify for Euro 2020 via the play-offs: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Georgia, Ireland, Iceland, Israel, Kosovo, Northern Ireland, Northern Macedonia, Norway, Romania, Scotland, Serbia, Slovakia, Hungary, Belarus. Of these 16 teams, the Play-offs of the Nations League (26 and 31 March 2020) four more chances to be at Euro 2020.

The venues for the 2020 European Championships

In the following countries, cities and stadiums*, 24 qualified teams compete in the 2020 European Championships around the crown:

  • Azerbaijan: Baku, Baku National Stadium (69,870 seats), 3 group games, 1 quarter-final
  • Denmark: Copenhagen, Parken Arena (38,190 seats) , 3 group games, 1 quarter-final
  • Germany: Munich, Allianz Arena (70,000 seats), 3 group games, 1 quarter-final
  • England: London, Wembley Stadium (90,652 seats), 3 group games, 1 quarter-final, 2 semi-finals, finals
  • Ireland: Dublin, Aviva Stadium (51,700 seats), 3 group games, 1 quarter-final
  • Italy: Rome, Olympic Stadium Rome (72,689 seats) ,3 group games (opening match), 1 quarter-final
  • Netherlands: Amsterdam, Johan Cruyff Arena (54,990 seats), 3 group games, 1 quarter-final
  • Romania: Bucharest, Arena Nasionala (55,600 seats), 3 group games, 1 round of 16
  • Russia: St. Petersburg, Krestovsky Stadium (69,501 seats), 3 group games, 1 quarter-final
  • Scotland: Glasgow, Hampden Park (52,500 places), 3 group games, 1 quarter-final
  • Spain: Bilbao, San Mamés (50,000 seats), 3 group games 1 round of the quarter-finals
  • Hungary: Budapest, New National Stadium (65,000 seats), 3 group games, 1 quarter-final

Euro 2020: What the game plan looks like

On 30 November 2019 (6 pm/ARD One), the draw for the 2020 European Championships in Bucharest. Germany with the reigning European champion Portugal and the reigning world champion France a real death group*.

After all: The DFB team will play all three group games in Munich*. Here’s the game plan:

Em 2020 – Group A in Rome (Italy) and Baku (Azerbaijan):

  • Italy
  • Switzerland
  • Wales
  • Turkey

12.06.2020

9 p.m.

Turkey – Italy

Rome

13.06.2020

3 p.m.

Wales – Switzerland

Baku

17.06.2020

6 p.m.

Turkey – Wales

Baku

17.06.2020

9 p.m.

Italy – Switzerland

Rome

21.06.2020

6 p.m.

Switzerland – Turkey

Baku

21.06.2020

6 p.m.

Italy – Wales

Rome

EM 2020 – Group B in Copenhagen (Denmark) and St. Petersburg (Russia):

  • Belgium
  • Denmark
  • Russia
  • Finland

13.06.2020

6 p.m.

Denmark – Finland

Copenhagen

13.06.2020

9 p.m.

Belgium – Russia

St. Petersburg

17.06.2020

3 p.m.

Finland – Russia

St. Petersburg

18.06.2020

6 p.m.

Denmark – Belgium

Copenhagen

22.06.2020

9 p.m.

Russia – Denmark

Copenhagen

22.06.2020

9 p.m.

Finland – Belgium

St. Petersburg

EM 2020 – Group C in Amsterdam (Netherlands) and Bucharest (Romania):

  • Netherlands
  • Austria
  • Ukraine
  • Play-off winner D

14.06.2020

6 p.m.

Austria – Play-off winner D

Bucharest

14.06.2020

9 p.m.

Netherlands – Ukraine

Amsterdam

18.06.2020

3 p.m.

Ukraine – Play-off winner D

Bucharest

18.06.2020

9 p.m.

Netherlands – Austria

Amsterdam

22.06.2020

6 p.m.

Play-off winner D – Netherlands

Amsterdam

22.06.2020

6 p.m.

Ukraine – Austria

Bucharest

Euro 2020 – Group D in London (England) and Glasgow (Scotland):

  • England
  • Croatia
  • Czech
  • Play-off winner C

14.06.2020

3 p.m.

England – Croatia

London

14.06.2020

3 p.m.

Play-off winner C – Czech Republic

Glasgow

19.06.2020

6 p.m.

Croatia – Czech Republic

Glasgow

19.06.2020

9 p.m.

England – Play-off winner C

London

23.06.2020

9 p.m.

Croatia – Play-off winner C

Glasgow

23.06.2020

9 p.m.

Czech Republic – England

London

Euro 2020 – Group E in Bilbao (Spain) and Dublin (Ireland):

  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Poland
  • Play-off winner B

15.06.2020

6 p.m.

Poland – Play-off winner B

Dublin

15.06.2020

9 p.m.

Spain – Sweden

Bilbao

19.06.2020

3 p.m.

Sweden – Play-off winner B

Dublin

20.06.2020

9 p.m.

Spain – Poland

Bilbao

24.06.2020

6 p.m.

Play-off winner B – Spain

Bilbao

24.06.2020

6 p.m.

Sweden – Poland

Dublin

EM 2020 – Group F in Munich (Germany) and Budapest (Hungary):

  • Germany
  • France
  • Portugal
  • Play-off winner A

16.06.2020

6 p.m.

Play-off winners Romania, Bulgaria, Iceland or Hungary – Portugal

Budapest

16.06.2020

9 p.m.

France – Germany

Munich

20.06.2020

3 p.m.

Play-off winners Romania, Bulgaria, Iceland or Hungary – France

Budapest

20.06.2020

6 p.m.

Portugal – Germany

Munich

24.06.2020

9 p.m.

Portugal – France

Budapest

24.06.2020

9 p.m.

Germany – Play-off winners Romania, Bulgaria, Iceland or Hungary

Munich

Euro 2020 – knockout phase round of the quarter-finals:

27.06.2020

6 p.m.

1st Group A – 2nd Group C

London

27.06.2020

9 p.m.

2nd Group A – 2nd Group B

Amsterdam

28.06.2020

6 p.m.

1st Group B – 3rd Group A/D/E/F

Bilbao

28.06.2020

9 p.m.

1st Group C – 3rd Group D/E/F

Budapest

29.06.2020

6 p.m.

1st Group F – 3rd Group A/B/C

Bucharest

29.06.2020

9 p.m.

2nd Group D – 2nd Group E

Copenhagen

30.06.2020

6 p.m.

1st Group E – 3rd Group A/B/C/D

Glasgow

30.06.2020

9 p.m.

1st Group D – 2nd Group F

Dublin

Euro 2020 – knockout phase quarter-finals:

03.07.2020

6 p.m.

Winner AF Bucharest – Winner AF Copenhagen

St. Petersburg

03.07.2020

9 p.m.

Winner AF Bilbao – Winner AF London

Munich

04.07.2020

6 p.m.

Winner AF Budapest – Winner AF Amsterdam

Baku

04.07.2020

9 p.m.

Winner AF Glasgow – Winner AF Dublin

Rome

Euro 2020 – knockout phase semi-finals:

07.07.2020

9 p.m.

Winner VF 1 – Winner VF 2

London

08.07.2020

9 p.m.

Winner VF 4 – Winner VF 3

London

Em 2020 – knockout phase final:

12.07.2020

9 p.m.

Winner HF 1 – Winner HF 2

London

Euro 2020: The play-off games at a glance

  • Pool A: Iceland – Romania / Bulgaria – Hungary
  • Pool B: Bosnia and Herzegovina – Northern Ireland / Slovakia – Ireland
  • Pool C: Scotland – Israel / Norway – Serbia
  • Pool D: Georgia – Belarus / Northern Macedonia – Kosovo

How the DFB team qualified for the Euro 2020

Under German coach Joachim Löw, the German national team has prevailed quite confidently in the qualification as group first. Of the eight games, Jogi Mannen won seven, and one was lost. All games of the DFB Teams in the overview:

  • Netherlands – Germany 2:3* (24.03.19)
  • Belarus – Germany 0:2* (08.06.19)
  • Germany – Estonia 8:0* (11.06.19)
  • Germany – Netherlands 2:4* (09/06/19)
  • Northern Ireland – Germany 0:2* (09.09.19)
  • Estonia – Germany 0:3* (13.10.19)
  • Germany – Belarus 4:0* (16.11.19)
  • Germany – Northern Ireland 6:1* (19.11.19)

Euro 2020: What the squad of the DFB team could look like

It is not yet entirely clear with whom Löw will 2020 European Championships want to target the title. The national coach is still trying a lot, testing systems with different players. Few established people face numerous alternatives. Who will actually be in the German squad at the end will also depend on the performances in the return round of the 2019/20 season.

The discarded: As early as the beginning of 2019, Löw the world champions Thomas Müller, Jerome Boateng and Mats Hummels*. Although the German coach did not want and would not completely rule out a return of the old stars, it probably is not. Even after the cruciate ligament tear from the new defensive boss Niklas Süle (FC Bayern Munich) and the outcry from the general public, but please bring the Hummels back into the DFB-Dress, Löw initially stood by his decision. Let others judge.

The injured: The injury to The Süle, who has already been mentioned, hurts the DFB team a lot. He was to become the new boss in Löw’s defence. Whether the Bayern defender will make it to the European Championship in time is completely open. Ex-Bavaria President Uli Hoeneß had stressed in October 2019 that Süle could forget the European Championship. However, the Munich camp has become cautious: Süle is making great progress. So wait and see.

too Leroy Sane has missed the current season so far due to a cruciate ligament tear. However, the winger is expected to return to the turf in the course of the return round. If nothing unexpected happens, Sane Löw will be available in the summer. He just has to take it with him. 2018 sends greetings.

Possible squad of the DFB team: A lot can happen in half a year. Moreover, Löw himself does not seem to be sure with whom he wants to carry out the upheaval in the German national team that began after the 2018 World Cup. Nevertheless, one way or another, the DFB team could 2020 European Championships compete:

Goalkeeper

  • Manuel Neuer
  • Marc-Andre ter Stegen
  • Bernd Leno

Defender

  • Matthias Ginter
  • Antonio Rüdiger
  • Jonathan Tah
  • Lukas Klostermann
  • Marcel Halstenberg
  • Jonas Hector
  • Nico Schulz

Midfield

  • Joshua Kimmich
  • Emre Can
  • Toni Kroos
  • Ilkay Gündogan
  • Leon Goretzka
  • Suat Serdar
  • Kai Havertz
  • Marco Reus
  • Julian Brandt
  • Serge Gnabry
  • Leroy Sane

Storm

  • Timo Werner
  • Luca Waldschmidt

EM 2020: The DFB team is not one of the favourites

At least since the 2010 World Cup, the German football fan is no longer used to it, but: DFB team belongs to the 2020 European Championships not among the absolute favorites. The early World Cup exit in 2018 and the resulting upheaval are still in the bones of the German national team. For the World Cup heroes Philipp Lahm, Bastian Schweinsteiger, Mesut Özil or Miroslav Klose, only partially suitable successors have opened up. That’s why the phrase that applies in summer is that Germany can beat anyone on a good day. But they are not favourites.

This role is mainly played by world champion France. By Keeper Hugo Lloris (Tottenham Hotspur) up to striker star Kilian Mbappe (Paris Saint-Germain), the “Equipe Tricolore” is peppered with world class. In addition to the French, third-placed Belgium are also expected to play in the World Cup. The “golden generation” around the superstars Kevin de Bruyne (Manchester City) and Eden Hazard (Real Madrid) dreams of the big coup – and doesn’t have to hide from any team.

Wanting to achieve great things with Belgium at Euro 2020: Eden Hazard (r) and Kevin de Bruyne.

© Peter Kneffel/dpa

In addition to the two nations mentioned above, one should of course also have Spain, European champions Portugal, England, Italy and the Netherlands on the bill. It will be difficult for World Cup finalist Croatia to confirm the performances of 2018 even now, two years later. Leader Luka Modric (Real Madrid) is no longer the youngest at the age of 33, the same applies to Ivan Rakitic (FC Barcelona).

How to watch Euro 2020 live on TV and livestream

In times of countless pay-TV providers, all football fans in Germany can breathe a sigh of relief. The 2020 European Championships will be broadcast entirely on public television. The two transmitters Ard And Zdf have secured the broadcasting rights for all 51 matches of the European Championship.

If you don’t have a flicker box at hand, you can also use the games via the Livestream (ARD-Livestream, ZDF-Livestream) on the Internet or via the App (ARD app for Android and iOS; ZDF app for Android and iOS).

EM 2020: How to get tickets

It is not enough for them just to Tv The 2020 European Championships to follow? Then go to the ticket exchange! The bad news first: The first sales phase for THE EM 2020 has already been completed. From 12 June 2019 to 12 July 2019, the European Football Union (UEFA) had submitted the first applications for Tickets Included. All tickets are sold through a raffle, in the first phase 1.5 million of the total 3 million tickets went on sale.

The second sales phase started in December 2019*, the third, and this is the good news, will not start until April 2020. The reason for the third phase is the remaining play-offs in March. All tickets are sold online (euro2020.com/tickets).

In addition, additional tickets will be issued through the national associations of the respective national teams. How much do tickets for the Euro 2020 cost:

  • The Ticket prices for the games of the 2020 European Championships vary depending on the venue.
  • The Prices for the three Group games Of DFB Teams In Munich costn depending on category 50, 125 or 185 euros.
  • The Prices for the Quarter finals In Munich 75, 145 or 225 euros.
  • The Uefa adapts to the general price level of the respective venues.
  • This is how the Prices in Bucharest and Baku for the Round of 16 only 30, 75 or 125 euros.
  • Tickets for the two Semifinals in London cost 85, 195, 345 or 595 euros.
  • The Final The 2020 European Championships At London’s Wembley Stadium, fans will cost 95, 295, 595 or 945 euros.

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