Below you can find all of the fixtures from Group A to Group F for this summer’s Euro 2020 as well as picks, odds, and bets for each game so you fans don’t miss any of the action—both on the field and on your preferred betting site.

Group Stage

June 11, 2021

TurkeyItaly

Turkey vs Italy

Group Stage – Group A
3:00 PM, Stadio Olimpico, Rome

They have only met three times at any Euro event with Italy having won every match. Italy won the most recent match at Euro 2000 2-1. Italy are the favourites and will look to keep their winning streak alive against Turkey.

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June 12, 2021

WalesSwitzerland

Wales vs Switzerland

Group Stage – Group A
09:00 AM, Baku Olympic Stadium, Baku

Wales have won only one of the 4 times these two have met, but won the most recent match. Switzerland topped their qualifying group and are the favourites to win the
match.

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DenmarkFinland

Denmark vs Finland

Group Stage – Group B
12:00 PM, Parken Stadium Copenhagen, Copenhagen

Finland are playing in a major tournament for the first time ever, while their Scandanavian rivals have only missed the Euro twice since 1984. Finland are heavy underdogs as they have only won in Denmark two times ever, most recently in 1949.

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BelgiumRussia

Belgium vs Russia

Group Stage – Group B
3:00 PM, Gazprom Arena, St Petersburg

Belgium has performed well against Russia in recent history, beating them in their last two meetings at the World Cup in 2002 and 2014. The Belgians are the favourites to win this match and tournament contenders.

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June 13, 2021

EnglandCroatia

England vs Croatia

Group Stage – Group D
09:00 AM, Wembley Stadium, London

This is a rematch of the 2018 World Cup Semi-Final, where Croatia won 2-1 in extra time. However, England have been in top form recently while Croatia has slowed their
momentum since their last meeting. It will be an exciting event in Wembley, with the host having the edge.

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AustriaTBD

Austria vs North Macedonia

Group Stage – Group C
12:00 PM, Arena Națională, Bucharest

Austria failed to make it out of their group at Euro 2016, while North Macedonia have made the Euro for the first time. The Austrians beat them twice in their qualifying group so you can count on them to do it again on the biggest stage.

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NetherlandsUkraine

Netherlands vs Ukraine

Group Stage – Group C
3:00 PM, Johan Cruijff Arena, Amsterdam

The Netherlands failed to make Euro 2016, but had an outstanding qualifying campaign this time around. Ukraine had a strong showing as well, and these two have only met
in two matches before. Netherlands have the edge, but it should make for an interesting match and a tie would not leave anyone surprised.

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June 14, 2021

TBDCzech Republic

Scotland vs Czech Republic

Group Stage – Group D
09:00 AM, Hampden Park, Glasgow

Neither of them have played together in a Euro or WC Finals match before. Scotland snuck into the tournament through the UEFA Nations League route, while Czech
Republic entered directly. Steve Clarke’s warriors have the home advantage, but the Czechs have the stronger squad and are the clear favourites in this one.

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PolandTBD

Poland vs Slovakia

Group Stage – Group E
12:00 PM, Gazprom Arena, St Petersburg

They have met twice before, each taking home a blowout win on their home soil. Poland have made their third Euro in a row while Slovakia have made their second. Close call? well, The Polish side has Lewandowsky, so they better take this one.

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SpainSweden

Spain vs Sweden

Group Stage – Group E
3:00 PM, Estadio de La Cartuja, Sevilla

Former champion Spain has, as always, one of the best squads in Europe and therefore is the strong favourite here. But don’t you count out the Swedish side, with Zlatan Ibrahimovic rejoining the team. If it pays out, go bravely for a draw.

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June 15, 2021

TBDPortugal

Hungary vs Portugal

Group Stage – Group F
12:00 PM, Puskás Aréna, Budapest

These two met at Euro 2016 going back and forth to end in a 3-3 draw. Portugal have been on top form this year, but Hungary are quietly improving well. This might be close, but the reigning champs should win it.

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FranceGermany

France vs Germany

Group Stage – Group F
3:00 PM, Football Arena Munich, Munich

This will be the biggest matchup of the first round with two heavyweights battling, and there is no shortage of history between these two. The 2018 World Cup Winners have been stronger as of late, but who can bet easily against the Germans? Hosted in Munich, don’t be shocked if the home side will celebrate after 90 minutes.

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June 16, 2021

FinlandRussia

Finland vs Russia

Group Stage – Group B
09:00 AM, Gazprom Arena, St Petersburg

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TurkeyWales

Turkey vs Wales

Group Stage – Group A
12:00 PM, Baku Olympic Stadium, Baku

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ItalySwitzerland

Italy vs Switzerland

Group Stage – Group A
3:00 PM, Stadio Olimpico, Rome

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June 17, 2021

UkraineTBD

Ukraine vs North Macedonia

Group Stage – Group C
09:00 AM, Arena Națională, Bucharest


DenmarkBelgium

Denmark vs Belgium

Group Stage – Group B
12:00 PM, Parken Stadium, Copenhagen

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NetherlandsAustria

Netherlands vs Austria

Group Stage – Group C
3:00 AM, Johan Cruijff ArenA, Amsterdam

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June 18, 2021

SwedenTBD

Sweden vs Slovakia

Group Stage – Group E
09:00 AM, Gazprom Arena, St Petersburg


CroatiaCzech Republic

Croatia vs Czech Republic

Group Stage – Group D
12:00 PM, Hampden Park Glasgow

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EnglandTBD

England vs Scotland

Group Stage – Group D
3:00 PM, Wembley Stadium, London

June 19, 2021

TBDFrance

Hungary vs France

Group Stage – Group F
9:00 AM, Puskás Aréna, Budapest


PortugalGermany

Portugal vs Germany

Group Stage – Group F
12:00 PM, Football Arena Munich, Munich

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SpainPoland

Spain vs Poland

Group Stage – Group E
3:00 PM, Estadio de La Cartuja, Sevilla

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June 20, 2021

ItalyWales

Italy vs Wales

Group Stage – Group A
12:00 PM, Stadio Olimpico, Rome


SwitzerlandTurkey

Switzerland vs Turkey

Group Stage – Group A
12:00 PM, Baku Olympic Stadium, Baku

June 21, 2021

TBDNetherlands

North Macedonia vs Netherlands

Group Stage – Group C
12:00 PM, Johan Cruijff ArenA, Amsterdam


UkraineAustria

Ukraine vs Austria

Group Stage – Group C
12:00 PM, Arena Națională, Bucharest


RussiaDenmark

Russia vs Denmark

Group Stage – Group B
3:00 PM, Parken Stadium, Copenhagen

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FinlandBelgium

Finland vs Belgium

Group Stage – Group B
3:00 PM, Gazprom Arena, St Petersburg

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June 22, 2021

Czech RepublicEngland

Czech Republic vs England

Group Stage – Group D
3:00 PM, Wembley Stadium, London


CroatiaTBD

Croatia vs Scotland

Group Stage – Group D
3:00 PM, Hampden Park Glasgow, Glasgow

June 23, 2021

TBDSpain

Slovakia vs Spain

Group Stage – Group E
12:00 PM, Estadio de La Cartuja, Sevilla


SwedenPoland

Sweden vs Poland

Group Stage – Group E
12:00 PM, Gazprom Arena, St Petersburg


GermanyTBD

Germany vs Hungary

Group Stage – Group F
3:00 PM, Football Arena Munich, Munich


PortugalFrance

Portugal vs France

Group Stage – Group F
3:00 PM, Puskás Aréna, Budapest

Round of 16

June 26, 2021

TBDTBD

2A vs 2B

Round of 16
12:00 PM, Johan Cruijff ArenA, Amsterdam


TBDTBD

1A vs 2C

Round of 16
3:00 PM, Wembley Stadium, London

June 27, 2021

TBDTBD

1C vs 3D/E/F

Round of 16
12:00 PM, Puskás Aréna, Budapest


TBDTBD

1B vs 3A/D/E/F

Round of 16
3:00 PM, San Mamés Stadium, Bilbao

June 28, 2021

TBDTBD

2D vs 2E

Round of 16
12:00 PM, Parken Stadium, Copenhagen


TBDTBD

1F vs 3A/B/C

Round of 16
3:00 PM, Arena Națională, Bucharest

June 29, 2021

TBDTBD

1D vs 2F

Round of 16
12:00 PM, Dublin Arena, Dublin


TBDTBD

1E vs 3A/B/C/D

Round of 16
3:00 PM, Hampden Park, Glasgow

Quarter Finals

July 2, 2021

TBDTBD

Winner 6 vs Winner 5

Quarter-finals
12:00 PM, Saint Petersburg Stadium, St Petersburg


TBDTBD

Winner 4 vs Winner 2

Quarter-finals
3:00 PM, Football Arena Munich, Munich

July 3, 2021

TBDTBD

Winner 3 vs Winner 1

Quarter-finals
12:00 PM, Baku Olympic Stadium, Baku


TBDTBD

Winner 8 vs Winner 7

Quarter-finals
3:00 PM, Stadio Olimpico, Rome

Semi Finals

July 6, 2021

TBDTBD

Winner QF2 vs Winner QF1

semi-finals
3:00 PM, Wembley Stadium, London

July 7, 2021

TBD

TBD

Winner QF4 vs Winner QF3

semi-finals
3:00 PM, Wembley Stadium, London

Final

July 11, 2021

TBD

TBD

Winner SF1 vs Winner SF2

Final
3:00 PM, Wembley Stadium, London

This year’s Euro championships are truly unlike any other. It’s been pushed a year, so that Euro 2020 (which is still its official title for marketing purposes) will be played in the summer of 2021. Strange times. In the 60th year of the competition’s existence, the tournament will feature some unique and unprecedented changes.

The 24-team pool for the second-biggest competition in pro football (after the World Cup) is divided into six groups of four teams, not all six of which are always of equal strength (sorry, Hungary). For Euro 2020, each group will also have two separate venues in two countries, totalling 11 host nations in all.

How To Bet On Euro 2020?

There are a few markets to consider if you want to bet on and make a little scratch from the Euro 2020 Championships, with the bevy of options growing as the tournament approaches. Here are some of the more common markets you’ll find:

Outright Tournament Winner → For this market, you simply pick who you think will be hoisting the trophy by the end of the tournament. It offers a lot of value because there are so many possibilities, with Belgium and England sitting as the current favorites with the French and the Dutch sitting just behind them.

Outright Group Winner → The odds for these markets aren’t as high as for the overall winner because there are only four teams per group, and for all but one—the Group of Death—the winner of each is pretty obvious. The Group of Death will have France, Portugal, and Germany duking it out, so there is a lot more value to bet on the winner of that group than of, say, Groups A, B, C, and E, which should be handily won. Another interesting battle could occur in Group D if the Croatians can rediscover their 2018 form and challenge the English.

Match Betting → This type of wager is simple and the most popular, as a bettor will simply choose which team they think will win any particular fixture, or if they think it will be a draw.

Both Teams To Score → For this wager, you’re deciding whether or not you think both teams will score or not in any given fixture. This is the type of wager you like to save for games between two good teams or two bad teams, so that you know one team won’t get dominated and shut out.

Top Goalscorer → The leading goalscorer in the past three straight Euro championships came from a team competing in the Final, so look to the teams you believe can make it all the way for options. Consider Mbappe and Griezmann (the 2016 tournament’s top goalscorer) from France, Rashford and Kane from England, and De Bruyne and Lukaku from Belgium as the top six options. Odds for this market are not up as of this writing, but should be up closer to the summer.

Teams/Groups To Watch

There are clear frontrunners in most of the groups in this summer’s European football championships. In Group A, it would be a shocker if Italy didn’t come out on top, with the Turkish and Swiss likely joining them in the knockout stage.

It’s almost a foregone conclusion that Belgium and the Netherlands emerge as the winners of Group B and Group C, respectively. In Group D, both the Scottish and English will play home games, with Croatia also a major player in this foursome, which is more-than-likely to be topped by the Three Lions.

The Spanish should win Group E handily as well, which brings us to Group F, the Group of Death. France and Germany are serving as the early favorites, though counting out Portugal, the current trophy holders from 2016, seems a bit reckless. The French are the current favorites to win the group, and we believe they just might go all the way again after their 2018 World Cup triumph.

What’s New With Euro 2020?

The world and the game of football is always evolving, which means there will always be new innovations added for a tournament that only occurs once every four years. One of the most blatant new changes for this edition of the championships is that there will be 11 different host cities, nine of which are situated in participating nations.

England (Wembley), Scotland (Hampden), Germany (Allianz), Italy (Olimpico), Russia (Krestovsky), Spain (San Mames), Hungary (Puskas), the Netherlands (Johan Cruyff), and Denmark (Parken) will all play multiple games in their own countries, with the other three venues residing in Dublin, Ireland, Bucharest, Romania, and Baku, Azerbaijan.

The other big change from the 2016 tournament will be the introduction of the Video Assistant Referee, commonly referred to as VAR, which is supposed to fix errors made by the human referee. VAR has been used often in club football over the past year or two (to varying degrees of success) and it will now play an immense role in the 2020 Euros. Hopefully, with the best of the best officiating these huge fixtures, VAR will not need to have a large bearing on many of the matches.

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