Euro 2020

Euro 2020

The Euro 2020 finals kick off on June 11th 2021.

Last time out Portugal managed to defeat France in a final that went to extra-time. Eder scored the winner.

Eder slots the winner against France in 2016 (Getty Images)

The 2020 tournament will be the 16th edition of the tournament and there is not one host this time around. Instead 12 countries will host matches in 12 host cities. 24 teams will all be seeking victory by the 12th of July.

We’ll be providing in-depth previews of the teams as well as comprehensive coverage of the tournament itself. Each country will be previewed and each player will be profiled as we build up to the major football event of 2020.


TV Coverage



Stadium Guide

12 cities will host matches during Euro 2020

Team Guides

Turkey, Italy, Wales, Switzerland

Denmark, Finland, Belgium, Russia

Netherlands, Ukraine, Austria, TBC

England, Croatia, TBC, Czech Republic

Spain, Sweden, Poland, TBC

TBC, Portugal, France, Germany 

News updates will be accompanied by regular opinion pieces from our specialist European-based correspondents. Paddy Agnew in Italy, and Nick Bidwell from Germany will be among the writers keeping you up-to-date with the developments.

We will be producing a special preview edition of World Soccer in the run-up to the tournament which will be packed full of information on each country, interviews and key players to look out for. This will help you prepare for the footballing showpiece of 2020.

Follow our Euro 2020 homepage which we update regularly with news and features.

Also make sure you know about the Fixtures, Groups, Venues and TV Coverage.

Finally, don’t forget to follow World Soccer on Facebook and Twitter.