Everything useful for Euro 2021 ! Full program of matches with live TV broadcast, scheme, results, standings, teams, stadiums, odds, bets and football predictions .
Euro 2021: full program, groups, rankings, results
- Group A: Italy, Switzerland, Turkey, Wales.
- Group B: Belgium, Russia, Denmark, Finland.
- Group C: Ukraine, the Netherlands, Austria, Northern Macedonia.
- Group D: England, Croatia, Czech Republic, Scotland.
- Group E: Spain, Poland, Sweden, Slovakia.
- Group F: Germany, France, Portugal, Hungary.
Predictions, odds and bets for EP 2021
There is still time until EURO 2021. However, online bookmakers are already offering long-term bets. For example, the ultimate winner of the European Football Championship.
At the moment, the tough favorites to win the European Cup are England and Belgium. Here are some of the odds of the leading bookmaker bet365 for the EP 2020 champion:
- France - 6.00
- Belgium - 6.50
- England - 6.50
- Germany - 8.00
- Spain - 8.00
- The Netherlands - 8.00
- Italy - 15.00
- Portugal - 15.00
- Croatia - 34.00
- and other
When will the European Football Championship be played?
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Euro 2020 was postponed by one year and will start on June 12, 2021. The tournament will end on July 12. When will we find out which nation will be the new European football champion.
The program of the finals:
- Group phase: June 12-24, 2021
- 1/16 finals: June 27-30, 2021
- Quarter finals: 3-4 July 2021
- Semifinals: July 7-8, 2021
- Final: July 12, 2021
The opening will be at the Olimpico in Rome. And the final - at Wembley in London. You can see the whole distribution by days and stadiums HERE .
European Football Championship 2021 - rules
24 teams are divided into 6 groups. The first two from each group will qualify for the 1/16 finals. Plus the top 4 of the third place finishers.
Each host country (out of 12) guarantees 2 home matches in the group stage.
In the event of a clash between two host countries, a draw will determine where the match between them will be played.
Hosts and stadiums of Euro 2021
This time, the European finals will not have only one host country, as was the tradition. And the matches will be held in 12 cities across the continent:
Rome, Italy - the stadium must host the opening match . Plus 2 more matches from the group stage and one quarterfinal.
London, England - Wembley has to play 7 games. Including the semifinals and the final .
Munich, Germany - the stadium must host 3 matches of the group stage and quarterfinals.
St. Petersburg, Russia - the stadium must host 3 matches of the group stage and quarterfinals.
Baku, Azerbaijan - the stadium must host 3 matches of the group stage and quarterfinals.
Amsterdam, The Netherlands - the stadium must host 3 matches in the group stage and one round of 16.
Bucharest, Romania - the stadium must host 3 matches of the group stage and one round of 16.
Budapest, Hungary - the stadium must host 3 matches in the group stage and one round of 16.
Copenhagen, Denmark - the stadium must host 3 matches in the group stage and one round of 16.
Dublin, Ireland - The stadium must host 3 matches in the group stage and one round of 16.
Glasgow, Scotland - The stadium must host 3 matches in the group stage and one round of 16.
Bilbao, Spain - The stadium must host 3 matches of the group stage and the round of 16.
How did the teams qualify for the finals?
For the first time in the history of the European finals, no team has automatically qualified for the forum. As everyone deserves the place through the scheme of transplants.
20 of the finalists were determined after playing the Qualifiers:
Belgium, Italy, Russia, Poland, Ukraine, Spain, Turkey, France, England, Czech Republic, Finland, Sweden, Croatia, Austria, the Netherlands, Germany, Portugal, Switzerland, Denmark and Wales.
Another 4 teams received quotas for Euro 2021 during the playoffs of the League of Nations:
Hungary, Slovakia, Scotland, Northern Macedonia.