The long awaited 16th round of the UEFA European Championship football, UEFA EURO 2020, kicks off on Friday 11th June 2021. A highlight in the sporting calendar, UEFA EURO 2020 was postponed last year due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Now teams and football fans the world over are itching to see who will be crowned European Champion. Will Portugal successfully defend their title? Or will England win the Euros for the first time? Tune in live on TVMucho to find out.
Live coverage of all matches is shared between BBC One and ITV, with the UEFA EURO 2020 final broadcast live from Wembley Stadium on Sunday 12th July on both channels. Over 2 billion people are expected to tune in to one of the most prestigious events in the football calendar. Will you be one of them? Keep your eyes on the ball and get 1 hour free TV a day with TVMucho! Or why not upgrade to a premium membership to get unlimited TV time and 50x 7-day recordings so you’ll never miss a thing.
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UEFA EURO 2020 kicks off on Friday 11th June 2021.
The UEFA EURO 2020 will be hosted across 12 different European countries, with the semifinals and finals playing out from Wembley Stadium, London.
Live coverage of all matches is shared between BBC One and ITV, with the UEFA EURO 2020 final broadcast live from Wembley Stadium on Sunday 12th July on both channels. We’ve provided an overview of all fixtures, including the channel they will be on, in the table above.
These are the countries that qualified for the UEFA EURO 2020 and their groups:
The results for the UEFA EURO 2020 will be updated on this page.