The late Euro 2020 starts in Rome on Friday when Italy face Group A rivals Turkey.

It has been waiting a long time for the action as the original tournament, which was scheduled last summer, was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

24 teams play 51 games in 12 cities before the final on July 11th at Wembley Stadium, England.

Below you will find all groups, venues, schedule, fixtures and kick-off times (UAE).

EM 2020 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

Group A: Italy, Turkey, Wales, Switzerland

Wales’ striker Gareth Bale prepares for his opening game against Switzerland. AFP

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  • June 11, Rome: Turkey v Italy (11pm)
  • June 12, Baku: Wales v Switzerland (5pm)
  • June 16, Baku: Turkey v Wales (8pm)
  • June 16, Rome: Italy – Switzerland (11 p.m.)
  • June 20, Baku: Switzerland – Turkey (8 p.m.)
  • June 20, Rome: Italy v Wales (8 p.m.)

Group B: Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Russia



Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku will be the key to his chances. AFP

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  • June 12, Copenhagen: Denmark – Finland (8 p.m.)
  • June 12, Saint Petersburg: Belgium – Russia (11 p.m.)
  • June 16, Saint Petersburg: Finland – Russia (5 p.m.)
  • June 17, Copenhagen: Denmark – Belgium (8 p.m.)
  • June 21, Copenhagen: Russia – Denmark (11 p.m.)
  • June 21, Saint Petersburg: Finland – Belgium (11 p.m.)

Group C: Netherlands, Austria, North Macedonia, Ukraine


Georginio Wijnaldum from the Netherlands is held back by Georgia's Giorgi Aburjania during the friendly match between the Netherlands and Georgia in the run-up to the Euro2020 soccer tournament in Enschede, eastern Netherlands on Sunday 6 June 2021.  (AP Photo / Peter Dejong)
Liverpool’s Georginio Wijnaldum is a key player for the Dutch. AP

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  • June 13, Bucharest: Austria – North Macedonia (8 p.m.)
  • June 13, Amsterdam: Netherlands – Ukraine (11pm)
  • June 17, Bucharest: Ukraine – North Macedonia (5 p.m.)
  • June 17, Amsterdam: Netherlands – Austria (11 p.m.)
  • June 21, Bucharest: Ukraine – Austria (8 p.m.)
  • June 21, Amsterdam: North Macedonia – Netherlands (8 p.m.)

GROUP D: England, Croatia, Scotland, Czech Republic


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Manchester City’s Phil Foden hopes to play for England in Euro 2020. PA

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GROUP E: Spain, Poland, Slovakia, Sweden


MADRID, SPAIN - JUNE 04: Ferran Torres of Spain is challenged by Diogo Jota of Portugal during the international friendly match between Spain and Portugal at Estadio Wanda Metropolitano on June 04, 2021 in MADRID, Spain.  (Photo by David Ramos / Getty Images)
Manchester City’s Ferran Torres is part of the Spanish squad. Getty

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June 14, Saint Petersburg: Poland – Slovakia (8 p.m.)

June 14 Seville: Spain v Sweden (11pm)

June 18, Saint Petersburg: Sweden – Slovakia (5 p.m.)

June 19, Seville: Spain v Poland (11 p.m.)

June 23, Seville: Spain – Slovakia (8 p.m.)

June 23, Saint Petersburg: Poland – Sweden (8 p.m.)

GROUP F: France, Germany, Portugal, Hungary


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Kylian Mbappe will lead the line for France and is forecast to be one of the biggest stars of the tournament. Getty

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June 15, Budapest: Hungary – Portugal (8 p.m.)

June 15, Munich: France – Germany (11 p.m.)

June 19, Budapest: Hungary – France (5 p.m.)

June 19, Munich: Portugal – Germany (8 p.m.)

June 23, Munich: Germany – Hungary (11 p.m.)

June 23, Budapest, Portugal v France (11 p.m.)

ROUND OF 16

June 26, Amsterdam, 8 p.m .: Group A second place – Group B second place

June 26, London, 11pm: Group A winners against second place in Group C.

June 27, Budapest, 5 p.m .: Group C winner – 3rd place Group D / E / F

June 27, Seville, 11 p.m .: Group B winners – 3rd place Group A / D / E / F

June 28, Copenhagen, 5 p.m .: Group D second place – Group E second place

June 28, Bucharest, 11 p.m .: Group F winners – 3rd place Group A / B / C

June 29, London, 5 p.m .: Group D winner against second place in Group F

June 29, Glasgow, 11pm: Group E winners – 3rd place Group A / B / C / D

QUARTER FINAL

July 2, St. Petersburg, 5 p.m .: quarter-finalist 1 – quarter-finalist 2

July 2nd, Munich, 11 p.m .: quarter-finalist 3 – quarter-finalist 4

July 3, Baku, 5 p.m .: quarter-finalist 5 versus quarter-finalist 6

July 3, Rome, 5 p.m .: quarter-finalist 7 – quarter-finalist 8

SEMIFINALS

July 6, London, 11 p.m .: semi-finalist 1 versus semi-finalist 2

July 7th, London, 11 p.m .: semi-finalist 3 versus semi-finalist 4

FINAL


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Wembley Stadium will host the semi-finals and the final. AP

July 11, London, 11 p.m .: Finalist 1 – Finalist 2