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Euro 2020 Draw Update - Groups A-F
The draw for the Euro 2020 finals has been made, with six groups of four teams. The four winners of the play-offs, linked to the UEFA Nations League, have still to be decided, but their groups are known…
The(almost) Final Groups For Euro 2020
Group A: Italy, Switzerland, Turkey, Wales
Group B: Belgium, Russia, Denmark, Finland
Group C: Ukraine, Netherlands, Austria, Winners of Path D/A*
Group D: England, Croatia, Czech Republic, Winners of Path C
Group E: Spain, Poland, Sweden, Winners of Path B
Group F: Germany, France, Portugal, Winners of Path A/D*
Group F is very much the “Group of Death”, featuring as it does Germany, France and defending champions Portugal.
the last 4 teams that will qualify to the Euro will go trough the UEFA Nations League play-offs, here are the last teams paths:
Path A Semi-final 1: Iceland v Romania Semi-final 2: Bulgaria v Hungary
Path B Semi-final 1: Bosnia and Herzegovina v Northern Ireland Semi-final 2: Slovakia v Republic of Ireland
Path C Semi-final 1: Scotland v Israel Semi-final 2: Norway v Serbia
Path D Semi-final 1: Georgia v Belarus Semi-final 2: North Macedonia v Kosovo
*If Romania qualify as Path A winners, they will play in Group C and Play-off Winner D will be switched to Group F.
Where & When are the Euro 2020 Finals?
This major soccer tournament will take place in 12 cities across Europe, with the opening game seeing Italy host Turkey in Rome on 12 June.
The top two in each group and the four best third-placed teams progress to the round of 16, at which point the tournament becomes a straight knockout. Wembley Stadium in London, England will host the semi-finals and the final game on 12 July.