After the group stage, Euro 2020 enters its decisive phase with the round of 16 matches. From June 26-29, the 16 teams still in the tournament, including Spain, will compete for a place in the quarterfinals.
The European football festival starts on June 11 . After a convulsive, atypical season and without an audience, UEFA EURO 2020 will be held until July 11 in 11 cities spread across the old continent .
Stadiums of large European cities such as Rome, Munich, London or Seville , will see the great stars of the world of the ball on the green.

Calendar of Eurocopa 2021

24 teams will duelfor reaching the grand finale in a calendar spread over just 30 days. Spain begins its journey at the Estadio de La Cartuja on June 14 against Sweden . After kick-off, the teams will not stop in a frantic group qualifying before diving into the high-profile qualifying rounds.
UEFA EURO 2020 celebrates its 60th anniversary with a very attractive calendar for fans who will be able to enjoy the competition in its entirety on Mediaset channels.
24 are the selections that will begin to play the Eurocopa 2021 next June 11. Until reaching the grand final, the teams must pass the preliminary round destined for the groups to later enter the round of 16, the quarterfinals until they win the cup at the prestigious Wembley Stadium in London .
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Group stage

The group stage will be played between June 11 and 23 . Specifically, the matches of each day will be:

Friday, June 11

The match that is played this day corresponds to Group A and faces Turkey and Italy in Rome in what is the opening match of the competition.

Saturday, June 12

Group A continues and Group B begins with the matches between:
Group A: Wales – Switzerland (15:00, Baku)
Group B: Denmark – Finland (18:00, Copenhagen)
Group B: Belgium – Russia ( 21:00, Saint Petersburg)

Sunday, June 13

It is the turn of the teams from Groups C and D:
Group D: England – Croatia (15:00, London)
Group C: Austria – North Macedonia (18:00, Budapest )
Group C: Holland – Ukraine (9:00 p.m., Amsterdam)

Monday, June 14

Group E comes into play with Spain’s first match in Seville :
Group D: Scotland – Czech Republic (3:00 p.m., Glasgow)
Group E: Poland – Slovakia (18:00, St. Petersburg)
Group E: Spain – Sweden (9:00 p.m., Seville)

Tuesday, June 15

Group F, one of the strongest in the competition, comes into play:
Group F: Hungary – Portugal (6:00 p.m., Budapest)
Group F: France – Germany (21:00, Munich)

Wednesday, June 16

We start again with the teams from Groups A and B:
Group B: Finland – Russia (15:00, Saint Petersburg)
Group A: Turkey – Wales (18: 00, Baku)
Group A: Italy – Switzerland (21:00, Rome)

Thursday, June 17

Matches of Groups C and D:
Group C: Ukraine – North Macedonia (15:00, Budapest)
Group B: Denmark – Belgium (6:00 p.m., Copenhagen)
Group C: Netherlands – Austria (9:00 p.m., Amsterdam)

Friday, June 18
Again Group E, in which Spain is framed, will get the ball rolling:
Group E: Sweden – Slovakia (15:00, Saint Petersburg)
Group D: Croatia – Czech Republic (18:00, Glasgow)
Group D: England – Scotland (9:00 p.m., London)

Saturday, June 19

Second match of the Spanish National Team at La Cartuja Stadium:
Group F: Hungary – France (3:00 p.m., Budapest)
Group F: Portugal – Germany (6:00 p.m. , Munich)
Group E: Spain – Poland (9:00 p.m., Seville)

Sunday, June 20

Two only matches corresponding to Group A:
Group A: Italy – Wales (6:00 p.m., Rome)
Group A: Switzerland – Turkey (18: 00, Baku)

Monday June 21
Groups C and B reach their final matches and close the group:
Group C: North Macedonia – Netherlands (18:00, Amsterdam)
Group C: Ukraine – Austria (18:00, Budapest)
Group B: Russia – Denmark ( 9:00 p.m., Copenhagen)
Group B: Finland – Belgium (9:00 p.m., St. Petersburg)

Tuesday, June 22

Group D ends with its last two games:
Group D: Czech Republic – England (9:00 p.m., London)
Group D : Croatia – Scotland (9:00 p.m., Glasgow)

Wednesday, June 23

It is the day on which the group stage ends with the following matches, including Spain:
Group E: Slovakia- Spain (6:00 p.m., Seville )
Group E: Sweden – Poland (18:00, Saint Petersburg)
Group F: Germany – Hungary (9:00 p.m., Munich)
Group F: Portugal – France (9:00 p.m., Budapest)

Qualifying phase

After a brief break of two days, those corresponding to June 24 and 25 , the competition He will return with the knockout stages.

Round of 16

Saturday June 26

1: 2A – 2B: Wales – Denmark (18:00, Amsterdam)
2: 1A – 2C: Italy – Austria (21:00, London)

Sunday June 27

3: 1C – 3D/E /F: Netherlands – Czech Republic (18:00, Budapest)
4: 1B – 3A/D/E/F: Belgium – Portugal (21:00, Seville)

Monday, June 28

5: 2D – 2E: Croatia – Spain (18:00, Copenhagen)
6: 1F – 3A/B/C: France – Switzerland (21:00, Budapest)

Tuesday June 29

7: 1D – 2F: England – Germany (18:00, London)
8: 1E – 3A/B/C/D: Sweden – Ukraine (21:00, Glasgow)


Rest days will go from June 30 to July 1. Later, this new elimination round will start:

Friday, July 2

CF1: Winner 6 – Winner 5 (18:00, St. Petersburg)
CF2: Winner 4 – Winner 2 (21:00, Munich)

Saturday, July 3

CF3: Winner 3 – Winner 1 (6:00 p.m., Baku)
CF4: Winner 8 – Winner 7 (9:00 p.m., Rome)


July 4 and 5 are days intended for the rest of a team that will face the last round before the great Final:

Tuesday, July 6
SF1: Winner CF2 – Winner CF1 (21:00, London)

Wednesday July 7

SF2: Winner CF4 – Winner CF3 (21:00, London)

Euro 2020 Grand Final

Fans will have to wait impatiently for July 11 , the day they the one that will play the final and the winner of this Eurocopa 2020 will be known:
Winner SF1 – Winner SF2 (9:00 p.m., London)

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