Euro 2020: Fixtures, schedule, results, kick-off times and venues for the 2021 tournament

Competition under way after a year's delay

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The delayed Euro 2020 eventually got under way in Rome as Italy dispatched Group A rivals Turkey 3-0.

It has been a long wait for the action, with the original tournament scheduled last summer delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic.

There will be 24 teams playing 51 matches in 12 cities, before the final at Wembley in England on July 11.

Below are all the groups, venues, schedule, fixtures and kick-off times (UAE).

Euro 2020 groups

Group A: Italy, Switzerland, Turkey, Wales

Group B: Belgium, Russia, Denmark, Finland

Group C: Ukraine, the Netherlands, Austria, North Macedonia

Group D: England, Croatia, Czech Republic, Scotland

Group E: Spain, Poland, Sweden, Slovakia

Group F: Germany, France, Portugal, Hungary

Euro 2020 venues

Group A: Italy, Turkey, Wales, Switzerland

Italy beat Turkey 3-0 in opening game

  • Fixtures
  • June 11, Rome: Turkey 0-3 Italy I Report I Ratings
  • June 12, Baku: Wales 1-1 Switzerland I Report
  • June 16, Baku: Turkey 0-2 Wales I Report
  • June 16, Rome: Italy 3-0 Switzerland I Report
  • June 20, Baku: Switzerland 3-1 Turkey
  • June 20, Rome: Italy 1-0 Wales I Report I Ratings

Group B: Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Russia

Belgium's Romelu Lukaku, right, salutes supporters at the end of the Euro 2020 soccer championship group B match between Belgium and Russia at the Saint Petersburg stadium in St. Petersburg, Russia, Saturday, June 12, 2021. Belgium beat Russia 3-0.(Anatoly Maltsev/Pool via AP)
Belgium's Romelu Lukaku, right, salutes supporters after the 3-0 win over Russia. AP


  • June 12, Copenhagen: Denmark 0-1 Finland
  • June 12, Saint Petersburg: Belgium 3-0 Russia I Report I Ratings
  • June 16, Saint Petersburg: Finland 0-1 Russia I Report
  • June 17, Copenhagen: Denmark 1-2 Belgium I Report I Ratings
  • June 21, Copenhagen: Russia v Denmark (11pm)
  • June 21, Saint Petersburg: Finland v Belgium (11pm)

Group C: Netherlands, Austria, North Macedonia, Ukraine

Soccer Football - Euro 2020 - Group C - Netherlands v Ukraine - Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands - June 13, 2021 Netherlands' Georginio Wijnaldum celebrates scoring their first goal with teammates Pool via REUTERS/Peter Dejong     TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
Georginio Wijnaldum celebrates scoring in the 3-2 win against Ukraine. Reuters


  • June 13, Bucharest: Austria 3-1 North Macedonia
  • June 13, Amsterdam: Netherlands 3-2 Ukraine I Report
  • June 17, Bucharest: Ukraine 2-1 North Macedonia
  • June 17, Amsterdam: Netherlands 2-0 Austria I Report
  • June 21, Bucharest: Ukraine v Austria (8pm)
  • June 21, Amsterdam: North Macedonia v Netherlands (8pm)

GROUP D: England, Croatia, Scotland, Czech Republic

Raheem Sterling scores against Croatia


  • June 13, London: England 1-0 Croatia I Report I Ratings
  • June 14, Glasgow: Scotland 0-2 Czech Republic | Report | Ratings
  • June 18, Glasgow: Croatia 1-1 Czech Republic
  • June 18, London: England 0-0 Scotland I Report I Ratings
  • June 22, Glasgow: Croatia v Scotland (11pm)
  • June 22, London: England v Czech Republic (11pm)

GROUP E: Spain, Poland, Slovakia, Sweden

Spain's Aymeric Laporte goes for a header during the Euro 2020 soccer championship group E soccer match between Spain and Sweden, at La Cartuja stadium in Seville, Spain, Monday, June 14, 2021. (Julio Munoz/Pool via AP)
Spain and Sweden played out a 0-0 draw in Seville. AFP


  • June 14, Saint Petersburg: Poland 1-2 Slovakia | Report
  • June 14, Seville: Spain 0-0 Sweden | Report
  • June 18, Saint Petersburg: Sweden 1-0 Slovakia Report I Ratings
  • June 19, Seville: Spain 1-1 Poland
  • June 23, Seville: Spain v Slovakia (8pm)
  • June 23, Saint Petersburg: Poland v Sweden (8pm)

GROUP F: France, Germany, Portugal, Hungary

PARIS, FRANCE - JUNE 08: Kylian Mbappe of France looks on during the international friendly match between France and Bulgaria at Stade de France on June 08, 2021 in Paris, France. (Photo by Aurelien Meunier/Getty Images)
Kylian Mbappe will lead the line for France and is predicted to be one of the tournament's biggest stars. Getty


  • June 15, Budapest: Hungary 0-3 Portugal
  • June 15, Munich: France 1-0 Germany
  • June 19, Budapest: Hungary 1-1 France I Report I Ratings
  • June 19, Munich: Portugal 2-4 Germany I Report I Ratings
  • June 23, Munich: Germany v Hungary (11pm)
  • June 23, Budapest, Portugal v France (11pm)


June 26, Amsterdam, 8pm: Wales v Group B Second Place

June 26, London, 11pm: Italy v Group C Second Place

June 27, Budapest, 5pm: Netherlands v Third Place Group D/E/F

June 27, Seville, 11pm: Group B Winner v Third Place Group A/D/E/F

June 28, Copenhagen, 5pm: Group D Second Place v Group E Second Place

June 28, Bucharest, 11pm: Group F Winner v Third Place Group A/B/C

June 29, London, 5pm: Group D Winner v Group F Second Place

June 29, Glasgow, 11pm: Group E Winner v Third Place Group A/B/C/D


July 2, St Petersburg, 5pm: Quarter-Finalist 1 v Quarter-Finalist 2

July 2, Munich, 11pm: Quarter-Finalist 3 v Quarter-Finalist 4

July 3, Baku, 5pm: Quarter-Finalist 5 v Quarter-Finalist 6

July 3, Rome, 5pm: Quarter-Finalist 7 v Quarter-Finalist 8


July 6, London, 11pm: Semi-Finalist 1 v Semi-Finalist 2

July 7, London, 11pm: Semi-Finalist 3 v Semi-Finalist 4


epa09254880 A monument to former England player Sir Bobby Moore outside Wembley Stadium ahead of the UEFA Euro 2020 soccer tournament in London, Britain, 08 June 2021. The tournament will take place on 11 June 2021 with the final at Wembley Stadium on 11 July 2021.  EPA/NEIL HALL
Wembley Stadium will host the semi-finals and the final. AP

July 11, London, 11pm: Finalist 1 v Finalist 2