UEFA EURO 2020 Quiz
EURO 2020 Stadiums and Host Cities
Check out 11 host cities, stadiums and stadium capacities!
Johan Cruijff Arena
Saint Petersburg, R.
11 host cities and stadiums above (as for April 2021): EURO 2020 was postponed due to Covid 19 (UEFA president announced last year) & will be played this summer in 11 host cities’ stadiums (Wembley, Stadio Olimpico, Allianz Arena, Saint Petersburg, Olympic Stadium, Johan Cruyff Arena, Parken Stadium, Arena Nationala, Hampden Park, Puskás Aréna, La Cartuja). However, Covid had little effect on the host cities and the European Championship will take place across the continent (as for April 2021)! Yet, due to Coronavirus Pandemic the stadiums will not be full (Coronavirus pandemic could even effect the next year World Cup).
EURO 2016 Winner Portugal
UEFA European Championship current winner, Portugal have participated in seven UEFA EURO final tournaments (with the upcoming one, 8 EUROs). The 1st tournament was in 1984, and in five of seven Portugal reached the semi-finals.
Portugal reached the European Championship finals for two times. First time was in 2004, when they reached the final as hosts and lost to Greece. In the beginning of the tournament, Portugal was considered the favorite. However, they lost their first group stage match against Greece 1–2. Then, winning Russia and Spain (2 victories in host three group matches), they entered the round of 16. Here they played and won England with penalties. In the semi finals, they faced Netherlands, and also here a victory for Portugal (2–1). Reaching the final, however, they lost to Greece 1–0.
After 12 years, Portugal reached the EURO finals again. But this time they finished the it with victory over France 1-0. Portugal set 3 draws in three group matches, against Iceland, Austria and Hungary. Yet, these 3 points were enough to reach the round of 16. In round of 16, they won Croatia 1-0 in extra time. In quarter-finals, Portugal played another draw against Poland this time, reaching the semi-finals with penalties, where they won Wales 2-0. The final against France brought Portugal that much desired first championship title in major tournaments.
EURO 2016 Winner Portugal Videos
UEFA EURO 2020 News
UEFA.com - UEFA EURO - News UEFA.com is the official site of UEFA, the Union of European Football Associations, and the governing body of football in Europe. UEFA works to promote, protect and develop European football across its 55 member associations and organises some of the world’s most famous football competitions, including the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Women’s Champions League, the UEFA Europa League, UEFA EURO and many more. The site features the latest European football news, goals, an extensive archive of video and stats, as well as insights into how the organisation works, including information on financial fair play, how UEFA supports grassroots football and the UEFA HatTrick funding scheme.
- EURO midfield masterclasseson May 12, 2021 at 7:00 am
UEFA.com celebrates some of the finest midfield displays from past EUROs.
- EURO kits: which are most successful?on May 11, 2021 at 7:00 am
Red shirts will be worn by over half of the 24 UEFA EURO 2020 hopefuls: are they lucky?
- Great EURO defensive displayson May 11, 2021 at 6:00 am
Traianos Dellas, Sergio Ramos, Pepe, Ashley Cole and Philipp Lahm feature.
- Great EURO goalkeeping displayson May 10, 2021 at 7:08 am
Match-winning EURO performances for Italy, Spain, France, England and the Czechs.
- Bigger EURO squads confirmedon May 4, 2021 at 9:27 am
The UEFA Executive Committee has approved an increase to 26-man squads for UEFA EURO 2020.
Nations League News
UEFA.com - UEFA Nations League - News UEFA.com is the official site of UEFA, the Union of European Football Associations, and the governing body of football in Europe. UEFA works to promote, protect and develop European football across its 55 member associations and organises some of the world’s most famous football competitions, including the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Women’s Champions League, the UEFA Europa League, UEFA EURO and many more. The site features the latest European football news, goals, an extensive archive of video and stats, as well as insights into how the organisation works, including information on financial fair play, how UEFA supports grassroots football and the UEFA HatTrick funding scheme.
- Ronaldo's 103: what, when, howon March 30, 2021 at 9:26 pm
The who, what, when, how behind Cristiano Ronaldo’s 103 international goals.
- Lukaku: top UEFA scorer of 2020on December 25, 2020 at 8:00 am
Romelu Lukaku scored 16 goals in UEFA competition in 2020 to pip Erling Braut Haaland.
- Nations League semi-final previewon December 3, 2020 at 5:13 pm
Italy meet Spain and Belgium take on France: get the background on the games.
- Nations League finals: lowdownon December 3, 2020 at 4:45 pm
Who is involved? How does it work? When and where is the tournament?
- Nations League finals drawon December 3, 2020 at 4:45 pm
The draw has been made for October's finals in Italy.
EURO 2020 Matches
Group Stage Matches
Matchday 1: June 11 – June 15, 2021
Matchday 2: June 16 – June 19, 2021
Matchday 3: June 20 – June 23, 2021
Round of 16: June 26 – June 29, 2021
Quarter-finals: July 2 – July 3, 2021
Semi-finals: July 6 – July 7, 2021
Final: 11 July, 2021 (Wembley Stadium)
The first match is scheduled to take place on June 11 in Olympic Stadium, Rome. Semi finals and final matches are scheduled on July 6, 7 and 11. Semi finals and final matches will take place in Wembley London, England.
Wembley Stadium (London) – 3 Group D matches, one 1/8 final, one 1/4 final match, semi-finals & final.
Allianz Arena (Munich) – 4 Group F matches and 1/4 final match.
Stadio Olimpico (Rome) – 3 Group A matches and 1/4 final match.
Johan Cruyff Arena (Amsterdam) – 3 Group C matches and one 1/8 final.
Parken Stadium (Copenhagen) – 3 Group B matches and one 1/8 final.
Krestovsky Stadium (Saint Petersburg) – 3 Group B matches, 3 Group E matches & 1 quarter-finals match.
Olympic Stadium (Baku) – 3 Group A matches & one 1/4 final match.
Arena Nationala (Bucharest) – 3 Group C matches & one 1/8 final.
Hampden Park (Glasgow) – 3 Group D matches & one 1/8 final.
La Cartuja (Seville) – 3 Group E matches & 1 round of 16 match.
Puskás Aréna (Budapest Hungary) – 2 Group F matches & one 1/8 final match.
UEFA EURO 2020 Schedule