Stadium, calendar, format, date, host country: everything you need to know about Euro 2021

Stadium, calendar, format, date, host country: everything you need to know about Euro 2021

Euro 2021 Key Dates

Contest Dates: 11 June – 11 July, 2021 (starting dates: 12 June – 12 July, 2020).
Collective Forum: 11 June – 23 June.
Round 16: 26 June – 29 June.
quarter finals: 2 and 3 July.
Semifinals: 6 and 7 July, in London.
ending: 11 July, in London.

Country and group composition

Number of eligible countries: 26.
Number of groups: рем.
Number of matches played: 51.

Group A: Turkey, Italy, Wales, Switzerland.
Group B: Denmark, Finland, Belgium, Russia.
Group C: Netherlands, Ukraine, Austria, Macedonia.
Group D: England, Croatia, Scotland, Czech Republic.
Group E: Spain, Sweden, Poland, Slovakia.
Group F: Hungary, Portugal, France, Germany.

Competition format and rules

All teams in the same group compete once. The first two and four best thirds of each group qualify for the round of 16.

Decision making criteria among teams tied in group stage:
1. Greater number of points obtained between the respective teams.
2. Better goal difference between the respective teams.
3. A greater number of goals were scored between the respective teams.
4. Reapplication of criteria 1 to 3 in the event of new equality (when no two countries are initially concerned).
5. Better overall goal difference.
6. A greater number of goals were scored in the group stage.
7. High number of group stage wins.
8. In the event of a perfect tie, and if both teams face each other and neutralize each other in the final match of the group stage: penalty shoot-out.
9. Fair-game.
10. Better position to qualify for Euro 2021.

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Criteria for making the best third decision:
1. Number of digits.
2. Difference in goals.
3. Number of goals scored.
4. Number of wins.
5. Fair-game.
6. Ranking in qualification for Euro 2021.

11 host cities and their stadiums

At least three group matches for each stadium, plus eighth (two exceptional for Wembley) or a quarter-final, semi-final and final in Wembley.

– London (England): Wembley.
8 matches: 3 group matches, 2 rounds of 16, 2 semi-finals, finals.

– St. Petersburg (Russia): Krastovsky Stadium.
7 matches: 6 group matches, 1 quarter finals.

– Munich (Germany): Allianz Arena.
4 matches: 3 group matches, 1 quarter finals.

– Baku (Azerbaijan): Olympic Stadium.
4 matches: 3 group matches, 1 quarter finals.

– Rome (Italy): Olympic Stadium.
4 matches: 3 group matches, 1 quarter finals.

– Amsterdam (Netherlands): Johan Cruyff Arena.
4 matches: 3 group matches, 1 round of 16.

– Seville (Spain): Olympic Stadium.
4 matches: 3 group matches, 1 round of 16.

– Budapest (Hongrie): Stade Ferran-Puskas.
4 matches: 3 group matches, 1 round of 16.

– Glasgow (EcoSe): Hampden Park.
4 matches: 3 group matches, 1 round of 16.

– Copenhagen (Denmark): Parken Stadium.
4 matches: 3 group matches, 1 round of 16.

– Bucharest (Romania): National Arena.
4 matches: 3 group matches, 1 round of 16.

Groups and Stadiums

Group A (Turkey, Italy, Wales, Switzerland): Olympic Stadium in Rome and Olympic Stadium in Baku.

Group c (Netherlands, Ukraine, Austria, Macedonia): Arena Nationala (Bucharest) and Johan-Krause Arena (Netherlands).

Group d (England, Croatia, Scotland, Czech Republic): Wembley (London) and Hampden Park (Glasgow).

Group e (Spain, Sweden, Poland, Slovakia): Seville Olympic Stadium and Krastowski Stadium (St. Petersburg).

Group f (Hungary, Portugal, France, Germany): Allianz Arena (Munich) and Ferenc-Puskas Stadium (Hungary).

France match is already scheduled

15 June: France – Germany, at the Allianz Arena in Munich.

June 19: Hungary – France, at the Ferenc-Puskas Stadium in Budapest.

June 23: Portugal – France, au Stead Ference-Puskas de Budapest.

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