Euro 2020

European match: when Italy plays on TV and streaming – Euro 2020

by: Adam Smith


UEFA 2020 European Finals

To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the first edition of the European Championships Played in 1960, Uefa decided that for the first time in history there will not be a country (or a couple of countries) of reference, but it will be a traveling European championship in 13 selected cities of Europe.

The 13 cities that will host the next European football championships are:

  • London (England), where UEFA has decided that the semi-finals and the final will be played.
  • Baku (Azerbaigian), where three group games and a quarter-final will be played.
  • Brussels (Belgium), where you will play 3 games of a group and an eighth final.
  • Copenhagen (Denmark), where an eighth final and 3 group games will be played.
  • Munich (Germany), where we’ll see 3 group games and a quarter-final.
  • Budapest (Hungary) where they will play 3 group games and an eighth final.
  • Rome (Italy) where the debut competition will be played (3 group games) and a quarter-final.
  • Dublin (Ireland), where we can see 3 group group games and an eighth final.
  • Bucharest (Romania) which will host an eighth final and 3 group games.
  • St. Petersburg (Russia) where you will play 3 group games and a quarter-final.
  • Glasgow (Scotland) where an eighth of the final and 3 group group matches will be played.
  • Bilbao (Spain) where you can watch 3 group games and an eighth final.

Among the 13 host cities selected by UEFA The absence of a French or Portuguese city has been very controversial, while the Germans do not like that Munich was preferred over Berlin, but the truth is that these cities have not even applied to host The European Championship matches , while Sweden, Wales, Belarus , Bulgaria, Israel and Macedonia had applied but were rejected.

Italy European Group Stage: 2020 European Championships group stage

Group A of the 2020 European Championships

  • Italy
  • Switzerland
  • Turkey
  • Wales

Group B of the 2020 European Championships

  • Belgium
  • Russia
  • Denmark
  • Finland

Group C of the 2020 European Championships

  • Netherlands
  • Ukraine
  • Austria
  • (Play-off winner: Georgia, Northern Macedonia, Kosovo or Belarus)

Group D of the 2020 European Championships

  • England
  • Croatia
  • Czech
  • (Play-off winner: Scotland, Norway, Serbia or Israel)

Group E of the 2020 European Championships

  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Poland
  • (Play-off winner: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovakia, Republic of Ireland or Northern Ireland)

Group F of the 2020 European Championships

  • Germany
  • France
  • Portugal
  • (Winner of the playoffs: Iceland, Bulgaria, Hungary or Romania)

When he plays Italy in the 2020 European Championship

The Italian national team coached by Roberto Mancini will mark the debut of this special final phase of the 2020 European Championships, with the Roma’s debut match against Turkey on 12 June 2020 at 9pm.

The second game of the Azzurri will always be at home at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome against their Swiss cousins, the June 17 at 9 p.m..

Italy’s third match in the Italian capital, four days later, in Rome against Wales.

Who will qualify for the round of 16 of the 2020 European Championships?

To qualify for the round of 16 of the 2020 European Championship, you will need to qualify in the top two in each group.

The top four teams that will finish third in the group will also enter the round of 16.

When will the round of 16 be played?

The quarter-finals of the 2020 European Championships will be played from 27 June to 30 June in Bilbao, London, Bucharest, Copenhagen, Glasgow, Dublin, Budapest and Amsterdam.

Will the quarter-finals of the 2020 European Championships be played?

The first two quarter-finals will be played on 3 July in Munich and St Petersburg, while the other two quarter-finals will be played in Rome and Baku.

2020 European Championship semi-finals

Both semi-finals will be played at Wembley in London on 7 and 8 July.

2020 European National Championships Finals

It will be played on 12 July also in London

European streaming: where to watch them?

If we want to stay on the legal (and we don’t want) we avoid all those sites as football and rojadirecta or livescore to see livegol streamed all matches.

To legally view matches, you can connect to the Rai channels, where Italy’s matches will be broadcast to the European Championships and 27 more matches, while Sky will show all the matches, 24 of which are exclusive.

It will of course be possible to watch European matches stream also on RaiPlay and Skygo.

Albo d’Oro European Championships from 1960 to the present

  • Spain and Germany with 3 wins
  • France with 2 wins
  • Russia, Italy, Czechoslovakia, Portugal, Netherlands, Greece and Denmark with 1 win

European football league goalscorer scan

  1. Michel Platini (in a single edition, the one in 1984) and Cristiano Ronaldo with 9 goals
  2. Alan Shearer, R-Cons. with 7 goals
  3. Antoine Griezmann, Patrick Kluivert and Van Nistelrooy 6 goals along with Wayne Rooney, Thierry Henry, Nuno Gomes and Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
  4. 5 goals per Savo Milosevic, Gerd Muller, Marco Van Basten, Milan Baros, Mario Gomez, Jurgen Klinsmann, Fernando Torres and the big Zinedine Zidane.

Best players in the last 6 editions

  • England 1996: Matthias Sammer (Germany)
  • Belgium-Netherlands 2000: Zinedine Zidane (France)
  • Portugal 2004: Theodoros Zagorakis (Greece)
  • Austria-Switzerland 2008: Xavi (Spain)
  • Poland-Ukraine 2012: Andres Iniesta (Spain)
  • France 2016: Antoine Griezmann (France)

Curiosity about the records of the 2020 European Championships

The team that scored the most goals in a final phase of a European Championship was the France in 1984 with 14 goals in a single edition, while Yugoslavia in 2000 He recorded the most goals in the final stages: 13 goals conceded.

The team that has won more consecutive games in the final stages is Van Basten’s Holland, from 1988 to 1992, while the non-loss national team in a row is a record of Spain’s red furies from 2008 to 2016, with 14 undefeated challenges.

The most draws is Italian (16 equal results)While the nation that has won the most games is Germany (36), while the most defeated are the national teams of Denmark – despite the 1992 victory by Cinderella – and Russia.

Who has played more European leagues?

The footballer who has the absolute record of attendances in multiple editions is Iker Casillas, the Spaniard’s former goalkeeper of the National Red Furious team that won 2 European championships and 1 World Cup, who wore the jersey of Spain at the European Championships streamed from 2000 to 2016 for 5 editions.

Older and younger players at the European Championships

The younger footballer to have played a match of the 2020 European Championships (which you can see streaming on raiplay and skygo) was Jetro Willems of the NetherlandsJohan Vonlanthen, who joined the club for Switzerland against France on 21 June 2004 at 18 years and 141 days, was the youngest player to score.

Oldest Gabor Kiraly at 40 years and 78 days with Hungary in 2016, but the one who scored an experienced goal was Ivica Vastic in 2008 with Austria in the draw against Poland, at 38 years and 256 days.

Portugal’s victory in 2016 France (against Didier Deschamps’ France, which will triumph in 2020) will record 2 records:

  • Renato Sanches as the youngest player to win a European Championship 18 years and 328 days.
  • Ricardo Carvalho as the oldest footballer to win a European Championship 38 years and 53 days.

Other European records (Rai and Skygo streaming)

The Iker Casillas’s greatest unbeaten goal with 509 minsUti broken in 2012.

The coach who has the most games on the bench at a European championship Joachim Low of Germany, debuting in June 2008 and last game in June 2016.

The German coach is also the coach who has won the most games as a coach: 11 wins, while his German colleague Berti Vogts is the only one in the history of the European Championship to have lifted the cup both as a footballer, in 1972, and as coach and coach of the German national team in 1996 during the European Championships played in England.