Euro 2020 might be taking place a year behind schedule, but the excitement for the summer tournament is as great as ever.
The European Championships were postponed before last summer due to the coronavirus pandemic, which saw many countries across the continent strict free movement to contain the spread.
With the easing of lockdown restrictions in the UK and elsewhere, UEFA have timetabled the tournament to take place once the 2020/21 domestic campaign draws to a close - with the likes of England, Wales and Scotland looking to secure their first major trophy in this competition.
Over the past 12 months, football has been forced to play behind closed doors and Europe’s governing body will be hoping they have the go-ahead to open the turnstiles once more for fans.
Information regarding the tournament will be updated regularly as it becomes available in what looks to be one of the most eagerly awaited Euros of modern times.
Here is everything that you need to know ahead of Euro 2020:
23rd April: Dublin has been removed as a host city for Euro 2020 after the Irish Government were unable to reassure UEFA that they could fill their stadium up by 25%. Similar has happened in Bilbao, where Seville have taken over as the main host in Spain. Read the full story here.
13th April: London's Trafalgar Square is in line to host a Euro 2020 fan zone holding 12,500 fans. England's capital is one of the 12 host cities for the European Championships after a one-year delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic - read the full story here.
13th April: Controversial Sky Sports pundit lands ITV job ahead of Euro 2020, and is set to play a key part in England's group match against Scotland - read the full story here.
Group A: Italy, Switzerland, Turkey, Wales
Group B: Belgium, Russia, Denmark, Finland
Group C: Ukraine, Netherlands, Austria, North Macedonia
Group D: England, Croatia, Czech Republic, Scotland
Group E: Spain, Poland, Sweden, Slovakia
Group F: Germany, France, Portugal, Hungary
All of the games below are based on UK time (BST) and may vary depending on where you are located.
Friday 11th June
Group A: Turkey vs Italy 8 pm (Rome)
Saturday 12th June
Group A: Wales vs Switzerland 2 pm (Baku)
Group B: Denmark vs Finland 5 pm (Copenhagen)
Group B: Belgium vs Russia 8 pm (St Petersburg)
Sunday 13th June
Group D: England vs Croatia 2 pm (London)
Group C: Austria vs North Macedonia 5 pm (Bucharest)
Group C: Netherlands vs Ukraine 8 pm (Amsterdam)
Monday 14th June
Group D: Scotland vs Czech Republic 2 pm (Glasgow)
Group E: Poland vs Slovakia 5 pm (Dublin)
Group E: Spain vs Sweden 8 pm (Bilbao)
Tuesday 15th June
Group F: Hungary vs Portugal 5 pm (Budapest)
Group F: France vs Germany 8 pm (Munich)
Wednesday 16th June
Group B: Finland vs Russia 2 pm (St Petersburg)
Group A: Turkey vs Wales 5 pm (Baku)
Group A: Italy vs Switzerland 8 pm (Rome)
Thursday 17th June
Group C: Ukraine vs North Macedonia 2 pm (Bucharest)
Group B: Denmark vs Belgium 5 pm (Copenhagen)
Group C: Netherlands vs Austria 8 pm (Amsterdam)
Friday 18th June
Group E: Sweden vs Slovakia 2 pm (Dublin)
Group D: Croatia vs Czech Republic 5 pm (Glasgow)
Group D: England vs Scotland 8 pm (London)
Saturday 19th June
Group F: Hungary vs France 2 pm (Budapest)
Group F: Portugal vs Germany 5 pm (Munich)
Group E: Spain vs Poland 8 pm (Bilbao)
Sunday 20th June
Group A: Italy vs Wales 5 pm (Rome)
Group A: Switzerland vs Turkey 5 pm (Baku)
Monday 21st June
Group C: North Macedonia vs Netherlands 5 pm (Amsterdam)
Group C: Ukraine vs Austria 5 pm (Bucharest)
Group B: Russia vs Denmark 8 pm (Copenhagen)
Group B: Finland vs Belgium 8 pm (St Petersburg)
Tuesday 22nd June
Group D: Czech Republic vs England 8 pm (London)
Group D: Croatia vs Scotland 8 pm (Glasgow)
Wednesday 23rd June
Group E: Slovakia vs Spain 5 pm (Bilbao)
Group E: Sweden vs Poland 5 pm (Dublin)
Group F: Germany vs Hungary 8 pm (Munich)
Group F: Portugal vs France 8 pm (Budapest)
Round of 16
The top two teams from each group will advance to the Last 16 of the competition, with the best third-placed team also advancing.
Saturday 26th June
2A vs 2B - 5 pm (Amsterdam)
1A vs 2C - 8 pm (London)
Sunday 27th June
1C vs 3D/E/F - 5 pm (Budapest)
1A vs 2C - 8 pm (London)
Monday 28th June
2D vs 2E - 5 pm (Copenhagen)
1F vs 3A/B/C/D - 8 pm (Glasgow)
Tuesday 29th June
1D vs 2F - 5 pm (Dublin)
1E vs 3A/B/C/D - 8 pm (Glasgow)
Friday 2 July
QF1: Winner 6 vs Winner 5 - 5 pm (St Petersburg)
QF2: Winner 4 vs Winner 2 - 8 pm (Munich)
Saturday 3 July
QF3: Winner 3 vs Winner 1 - 5 pm (Baku)
QF4: Winner 8 vs Winner 7 - 8 pm (Rome)
Tuesday 6 July
SF1: Winner QF2 vs Winner QF1 - 8 pm (London)
Wednesday 7 July
SF2: Winner QF4 vs Winner QF3 - 8 pm (London)
Sunday 11 July
Winner SF1 vs Winner SF2 - 8 pm (London)
Euro 2020 will start on 11th June 2021 in Rome and finish on 11th July 2021 in London, with the tournament being staged in 12 designated host cities across Europe. The first in the competition’s 60-year history.
Tickets for the eagerly anticipated tournament are available to purchase from the official UEFA website.
Here are some of the latest odds that multiple bookmakers are offering to win Euro 2020.
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