After initially being scheduled to take place from June 12 to July 12 of this summer, the 2020 UEFA European Football Championship (Euro 2020) has officially been postponed to begin next summer on June 11, 2020, and end July 11, 2020.
Despite Euro 2020 being postponed by one year into summer of 2021, the 16th UEFA European Championship tournament will still retain its “Euro 2020” official title.
Azerbaijan (Baku) – Olympic Stadium
Italy (Rome) – Stadio Olimpico
Denmark (Copenhagen) – Parken Stadium
Russia (Saint Petersburg) – Krestovsky Stadium
Netherlands (Amsterdam) – Johan Cruyff Arena
Romania (Bucharest) – Arena Nationala
England (London) – Wembley Stadium
Scotland (Glasgow) – Hampden Park
Ireland (Dublin) – Aviva Stadium
Spain (Bilbao) – San Mames
Germany (Munich) – Allianz Arena
Hungary (Budapest) – Puskas Arena
- Czech Republic
All UEFA Euro 2020 betting odds are according to FanDuel Sportsbook.
*Note: The following odds to win UEFA Euro 2020 are limited to the 20 countries that have already qualified for the knockout phase bracket.
The Euro 2020 bracket will be decided by the results of Group Stage play, beginning next summer, but a printable PDF of the Euro 2020 bracket will be available here as soon as those results have been finalized.
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