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The European Championship will start on 11 June and will end on 11 July 2021. Scoreboard, calendar, latest news, dates and times live on TV of all the matches of Euro 2021

The 2021 European Championships (Euro 2020) are underway: here the times of all the matches of the Italian national team and here the jersey numbers of the Azzurri. The tournament will then end with the grand final on 11 July at London’s Wembley Stadium. The event, originally scheduled for 2020 but then postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, takes part 24 national teams divided into six groups: the first two of each group and the four best third parties will access the round of 16, which, thus as quarter-finals, semifinals and final, they will be played in knockout matches. In this article you will find all the useful information to follow the Europeans live, the times and dates of the matches, and also all the squad of all the national teams. Happy Euro 2021 to all. The only certainty: it will be a great show – and we recommend to watch highlights on https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbe4nlbGNAehfUe32X8aeQw YouTube channel.

Euro 2021: fixtures, scoreboard, matches, latest live news

How to follow all the matches on TV? Which teams will participate? Who are the most anticipated champions? We are approaching the most anticipated football event of the year. Here on Lazy and Crazy Sports you can find all the updated information. It will be the first European in mixed venues and none will be qualified as a host team. On 17 March 2020 he was officially postponed by UEFA for 12 months, in order to complete the European cups and national leagues of the 2019-2020 season. Euro 2020-2021 consists of 6 days of 4 teams. The first 2 ranked teams of each group plus the 4 best third-ranked teams qualify for the round of 16. If two or more teams from the same group are tied for points at the end of the group stage, head-to-head matches are used to determine the ranking. Then quarterfinals, semifinal and grand final at Wembley.

The stages of Euro 2021 are as follows:

  • Olympic Stadium, Baku (Azerbaijan): three group matches and a quarter-final
  • Parken Stadium, Copenhagen (Denmark): three group matches and one round of 16
  • Allianz Arena, Munich (Germany): three group matches and a quarter-final
  • Wembley Stadium, London (England): three group games, one round of 16, semi-finals and final
  • Dublin Arena, Dublin (Ireland): three group matches and one round of 16
  • Stadio Olimpico, Rome (Italy): three group matches (including the opening match) and a quarter-final
  • Cruijff Arena, Amsterdam (Netherlands): three group matches and one round of 16
  • Arena Nationala, Bucharest (Romania): three group matches and an eighth-final
  • St. Petersburg Stadium, St. Petersburg (Russia): three group matches and a quarter-final
  • Hampden Park, Glasgow (Scotland): three group matches and one round of 16
  • Stadio de la Cartuja, Sevilla (Spain): three group matches and one round of 16
  • Puskas Arena, Budapest (Hungary): three group matches and one round of 16