Taking place across 12 different venues across Europe, Euro 2020 all gets underway on Friday 12th June.
As in 2016, 24 teams will take part in this year’s competition, with the group stage consisting of six groups of four teams. 16 teams will qualify for the group stages – group winners and runners up and the four best third-placed teams.
Turkey and Italy will kick off the tournament at Stadio Olimpico, with the final taking place exactly one month later on Sunday 12th July at Wembley Stadium.
Portugal are the defending champions after winning Euro 2016, while Finland will make their debut in this competition after qualifying for a tournament for the first time in their history.
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