Euro 2020

The Euro 2020 tournament is being played in the summer of 2021 because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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  • The Independent

    When will the England Euro 2020 squad be announced?

    Gareth Southgate will soon make his selection for the tournament this summer

  • Evening Standard

    England squad for Euro 2020 to be announced on May 25

    Gareth Southgate will name his England squad for this summer's Euro 2020 tournament on May 25, it has been confirmed. The Three Lions boss will be able to name a larger than usual squad of 26 players after the UEFA decided to boost the numbers from 23 "in order to guarantee the smooth running and continuity of the competition in light of the Covid-19 pandemic". The England manager wants to give all player at least a seven-day break between the end of the domestic season and joining up with the squad, meaning those with European commitments could miss warm-up games against Austria and Romania at Middlesbrough's Riverside Stadium.

  • The Telegraph

    Liverpool and Holland on collision course over Virgil van Dijk's Euro 2021 participation

    Liverpool and Holland are on a collision course over whether Virgil van Dijk should participate in this summer’s European championships, with Dutch national coach Frank de Boer saying it is up to the player to decide if he is ready. Van Dijk has not played since rupturing his cruciate ligament against Everton on October 17 and it looks increasingly likely he will find himself caught between the needs of his club and country when the tournament comes along. De Boer says he has been encouraged by van Dijk’s recovery and is not ruling out the 29-year-old being included in his squad. “I think he has to decide. It is his career,” de Boer told ESPN.“I can imagine that he is in a dilemma. Can it mean something for Oranje? I hope he has made giant steps in his rehabilitation.” Such an optimistic tone is at odds with Liverpool’s more cautious approach. Having lost their £75 million defender for all but five games of their title defence, the last thing they want is for van Dijk to return prematurely and suffer a setback. Klopp has been asked regularly about van Dijk’s chances of making the Euros over the past six months, and has made it clear he believes his most realistic target is pre-season training.

  • The Guardian

    Gareth Southgate’s Euro 2020 plans disrupted by European club finals

    Gareth Southgate’s Euro 2020 plans disrupted by European club finalsPreparations for delayed tournament thrown into disarrayUp to 11 players likely to miss June warmup matches Gareth Southgate will be without players such as Manchester United’s Harry Maguire for England’s friendly against Austria. Photograph: Mike Egerton/PA

  • Evening Standard

    Euro 2020 fan park in Trafalgar Square gets green light with 12,500 capacity

    City Hall will announce plans for a Euro 2020 fan-park at Trafalgar Square following the Mayoral election after the proposal was given the green light by Westminster Council. All eight matches at Wembley will be shown on giant screens at the 12,500-capacity fanzone, as well as any England fixtures away from the national stadium.

  • The Guardian

    Wales’s Rob Page plans to sound out Chris Coleman for Euro 2020 advice

    Wales’s Rob Page plans to sound out Chris Coleman for Euro 2020 adviceEuro 2016 assistant Kit Symons joins backroom teamPage will lead team at Euros in Ryan Giggs’s absence Rob Page has said it would be ‘foolish’ not to get Chris Coleman’s advice. Photograph: Nick Potts/PA

  • The Independent

    ITV eyes summer boost to advertising revenue with Euro 2020 and return of Love Island

    Coronavirus dented companies’ spending on TV spots but figures are recovering, broadcaster says

  • The Telegraph

    Euro 2021 TV schedule: how to watch every match of the tournament live

    The Covid-19 crisis means the European Championship is taking place a year later than planned. But the 24-team competition is all set to go ahead this summer, with three Home Nations involved. The full tournament schedule, including details of kick-off times and how to watch in the UK, is set out below. Group stage Friday, June 11 Group A: Turkey vs Italy (8pm kick-off, BBC) Saturday, June 12 Group A: Wales vs Switzerland (2pm, BBC) Group B: Denmark vs Finland (5pm, BBC) Group B: Belgium vs Russia (8pm, ITV) Sunday, June 13 Group D: England vs Croatia (2pm, BBC) Group C: Austria vs North Macedonia (5pm, ITV) Group C: Holland vs Ukraine (8pm, ITV) Monday, June 14 Group D: Scotland vs Czech Republic (2pm, BBC) Group E: Poland vs Slovakia (5pm, ITV) Group E: Spain vs Sweden (8pm BBC) Euro 2021 groups, teams and pool guide Tuesday, June 15 Group F: Hungary vs Portugal (5pm, ITV) Group F: France vs Germany (8pm, ITV) Wednesday, June 16 Group B: Finland vs Russia (2pm, BBC) Group A: Turkey vs Wales (5pm, BBC) Group A: Italy vs Switzerland (8pm, ITV) Thursday, June 17 Group C: Ukraine vs North Macedonia (2pm, ITV) Group B: Denmark vs Belgium (5pm, ITV) Group C: Holland vs Austria (8pm, BBC) Friday, June 18 Group E: Sweden vs Slovakia (2pm, BBC) Group D: Croatia vs Czech Republic (5pm, BBC) Group D: England vs Scotland (8pm, ITV) Saturday, June 19 Group F: Hungary vs France (2pm, BBC) Group F: Portugal vs Germany (5pm, ITV) Group E: Spain vs Poland (8pm, BBC) Sunday, June 20 Group A: Italy vs Wales (5pm, ITV) Group A: Switzerland vs Turkey (5pm, ITV) Monday, June 21 Group C: North Macedonia vs Holland (5pm, ITV) Group C: Ukraine vs Austria (5pm, ITV) Group B: Russia vs Denmark (8pm, BBC) Group B: Finland vs Belgium (8pm, BBC) Tuesday, June 22 Group D: Czech Republic vs England (8pm, ITV) Group D: Croatia vs Scotland (8pm, ITV) Wednesday 23 June Group E: Slovakia vs Spain (5pm, ITV) Group E: Sweden vs Poland (5pm, ITV) Group F: Germany vs Hungary (8pm, BBC) Group F: Portugal v France (8pm, BBC) Round of 16 Saturday, June 26 Game 1: Group A runner-up vs Group B runner-up (5pm, Channel TBC) Game 2: Group A winner vs Group C runner-up (8pm, Channel TBC) Sunday, June 27 Game 3: Group C winner vs Third-place finisher in Group D/E/F (5pm, Channel TBC) Game 4: Group B winner vs Third-place finisher in Group D/E/F (8pm, Channel TBC) Monday, June 28 Game 5: Group D runner-up vs Group E runner-up (5pm, Channel TBC) Game 6: Group F winner vs Third-place finisher in Group A/B/C (8pm, Channel TBC) Tuesday, June 29 Game 7: Group D winner vs Group F runner-up (5pm, Channel TBC) Game 8: Group E winner vs Third-place finishers in Group A/B/C/D (8pm, Channel TBC) Quarter-finals Friday, July 2 QF1: Winner 6 vs Winner 5 (5pm, Channel TBC) QF2: Winner 4 vs Winner 2 (8pm, Channel TBC) Saturday, July 3 QF3: Winner 3 vs Winner 1 (5pm, Channel TBC) QF4: Winner 8 vs Winner 7 (8pm, Channel TBC) Semi-finals Tuesday, July 6 SF1: Winner QF2 vs Winner QF1 (8pm, Channel TBC) Wednesday, July 7 SF2: Winner QF4 vs Winner QF3 8pm, Channel TBC) Final Sunday, July 11 Winner SF1 vs Winner SF2 (8pm, BBC & ITV)

  • Evening Standard

    Covid-hit teams will have to fulfil Euro 2020 matches with just 13 players

    Euro 2020 teams hit by Covid outbreaks this summer will have to fulfil fixtures even if they have as few as 13 players available, including a goalkeeper. Uefa has ruled that matches must go ahead as planned even if up to half of a squad’s 26 players are forced into quarantine or self-isolation following a Covid outbreak in the camp. The Premier League introduced a similar rule at the start of this season, requiring clubs to fulfil fixtures if they had 14 available players, but later opted to postpone a number of fixtures following coronavirus outbreaks, prompting some managers to question whether it was being enforced.

  • The Independent

    Jose Mourinho joins talkSport radio network for Euro 2020 after sacking by Tottenham

    Mourinho was sacked by Tottenham Hotspur earlier this month and was replaced by interim head coach Ryan Mason