Tonight Italy will play against Turkey in the opening game of the world’s biggest football tournament after the World Cup

After years of delay caused by the Covid 19 pandemic, Euro 2020 is finally starting.

This year’s 24-team tournament will be held in 11 cities on the European continent.

Tonight Italy will play against Turkey in the opening game of the world’s biggest football tournament after the World Cup.

Take a look at the six groups and the complete game boards.

GROUPS

Group a: Italy, Switzerland, Turkey, Wales

Group B: Belgium, Russia, Denmark, Finland

Group C: Ukraine, Netherlands, Austria, North Macedonia

Group D: England, Croatia, Czech Republic, Scotland

Group E: Spain, Poland, Sweden, Slovakia

Group F: Germany, France, Portugal, Hungary

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GROUP STAGE:

June 11th Friday

Group A: Turkey v Italy (11pm, Rome)

June 12, Saturday

Group A: Wales v Switzerland (5pm, Baku)

Group B: Denmark v Finland (8pm, Copenhagen)

Group B: Belgium v ​​Russia (11pm, St. Petersburg)

June 13th Sunday

Group D: England v Croatia (5pm, London)

Group C: Austria v North Macedonia (8pm, Bucharest)

Group C: Netherlands v Ukraine (11pm, Amsterdam)

June 14th Monday

Group D: Scotland v Czech Republic (5pm, Glasgow)

Group E: Poland v Slovakia (8pm, St. Petersburg)

Group E: Spain v Sweden (11pm, Seville)

June 15, Tuesday

Group F: Hungary v Portugal (8pm, Budapest)

Group F: France v Germany (11pm, Munich)

June 16, Wednesday

Group B: Finland v Russia (5pm, St. Petersburg)

Group A: Turkey v Wales (8pm, Baku)

Group A: Italy v Switzerland (11pm, Rome)

June 17th, Thursday

Group C: Ukraine v North Macedonia (5pm, Bucharest)

Group B: Denmark v Belgium (8pm, Copenhagen)

Group C: Netherlands v Austria (11pm, Amsterdam)

June 18, Friday

Group E: Sweden v Slovakia (5pm, St. Petersburg)

Group D: Croatia v Czech Republic (8pm, Glasgow)

Group D: England v Scotland (11pm, London)

June 19, Saturday

Group F: Hungary v France (5pm, Budapest)

Group F: Portugal v Germany (8pm, Munich)

Group E: Spain v Poland (11pm, Seville)

June 20, Sunday

Group A: Italy v Wales (8, Rome)

Group A: Switzerland v Turkey (8pm, Baku)

June 21, Monday

Group C: North Macedonia v Netherlands (8pm, Amsterdam)

Group C: Ukraine v Austria (8pm, Bucharest)

Group B: Russia v Denmark (11pm, Copenhagen)

Group B: Finland v Belgium (11pm, St. Petersburg)

June 22nd, Tuesday

Group D: Czech Republic v England (11pm, London)

Group D: Croatia v Scotland (11pm, Glasgow)

June 23, Wednesday

Group E: Slovakia v Spain (8pm, Seville)

Group E: Sweden v Poland (8pm, St. Petersburg)

Group F: Germany v Hungary (11pm, Munich)

Group F: Portugal v France (11pm, Budapest)

ROUND OF 16:

June 26th, Saturday

2A vs 2B (8 p.m., Amsterdam)

1A versus 2C (11pm, London)

June 27, Sunday

1C vs 3D / E / F (8 p.m., Budapest)

1B vs 3A / D / E / F (11pm, Seville)

June 28, Monday

2D vs 2E (8 p.m., Copenhagen)

1F against 3A / B / C (11 p.m., Bucharest)

June 29th, Tuesday

1D vs 2F (8pm, London)

1E versus 3A / B / C / D (11pm, Glasgow)

QUARTER FINAL:

July 2nd, Friday

QF1: Winner 6 vs. Winner 5 (8 p.m., St. Petersburg)

QF2: Winner 4 vs. Winner 2 (11 p.m., Munich)

July 3, Saturday

QF3: Winner 3 vs. Winner 1 (8 p.m., Baku)

QF4: Winner 8 vs. Winner 7 (8pm, Rome)

SEMIFINALS:

July 7th, Tuesday

SF1: Winner QF2 vs. Winner QF1 (11pm, London)

July 8th Wednesday

SF2: Winner QF4 vs. Winner QF3 (11pm, London)

FINAL

July 11, Sunday

Winner SF1 vs. Winner SF2 (11pm, London)

KNOW YOUR FACTS

MOST EXPERIENCED TEAM

Belgium

Their 26-man squad has a total of 1,338 international matches – an average of more than 50 per player and underscores the experience of Roberto Martinez’s team.

PLAYERS WITH MOST CAPS

Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)

175 games

OLDEST PLAYER

Name: Maarten Stekelenburg

Country: Netherlands

Position: goalkeeper

Age: 38

YOUNGEST PLAYER

Name: Kacper Kozlowski

Country: Poland

Role: midfielder

Age: 17

YOUNGEST SQUAD

Spain

Average age: 24.5 years

OLDEST SQUAD

Sweden

Average age: 29.2 years

MOST PLAYERS AT HOME

England have the most home players in their squad, with 23 out of 26 playing in the Premier League

MOST PLAYERS FROM ONE CLUB

Chelsea and Manchester City

It is perhaps no coincidence that the Champions League finalists Chelsea and Manchester City, each with 15 players, have the most participants for this tournament, followed by Bayern Munich with 14.