A very special EURO

The rescheduled UEFA EURO 2020 finals will take place between 11 June and 11 July 2021

UEFA EURO 2020 will bring fans closer to elite football for an unforgettable experience

The tournament was due to take place in the summer of 2020, but was postponed by a year due to the outbreak of COVID-19. An updated schedule for the rearranged UEFA EURO 2020 finals has been released, including new dates for England's group-stage matches.

Contested every four years, the UEFA European Football Championship has been showcasing the continent’s top talent since its inception in 1960.

UEFA EURO 2020 will celebrate 60 years of the tournament and will be played as a ‘EURO for Europe’ in the summer of 2021 across 12 host countries and cities for the first time ever. A total of 12 cities across Europe will deliver 51 matches across 31 days of competition.

Cities Stadia
Amsterdam Johan Cruijff ArenA
Baku Baku Olympic Stadium
Bilbao San Mamés Stadium
Bucharest National Arena Bucharest
Budapest Puskás Aréna
Copenhagen Parken Stadium
Dublin Dublin Arena
Glasgow Hampden Park
London Wembley Stadium
Munich Football Arena Munich
Rome Stadio Olimpico
Saint Petersburg Saint Petersburg Stadium

View more information on host cities and stadia

Innovative promotional campaigns and inspiring music will provide the emotive backdrop to the tournament. Each of the 12 hosts will bring their own special festive atmosphere and fan engagement opportunities.

All 55 UEFA member associations took part in the qualifying competition to claim one of the 24 places in the finals. There was no automatic qualification. The European Qualifiers competition started in March 2019 and will end in November 2020, when the last four teams book their place in the final tournament via the European Qualifiers play-offs.

UEFA EURO 2020 will be the biggest celebration of football in the tournament’s history and we’re honoured to play a part in hosting it.

While EURO 2020 will be played out across Europe, all roads will lead to London as Wembley Stadium hosts seven matches between 11 June and 11 July 2021 – three group stage matches, one last-16 match, both semi-finals and the showpiece final.

Wembley Stadium matches

Group D Matches

13 June: England v Croatia (14:00)

18 June: England v Play-off winner (20:00)

22 June: Czech Republic v England (20.00)

26 June: Round of 16 1A v 2C (20.00)

6 July: Semi-final 1 (20:00)

7 July: Semi-final 2 (20:00)

11 July: Final (20:00)

London is twinned with Glasgow to stage Group D matches. Wembley Stadium will host all three of England’s group matches, a round of 16 match, the semi-finals and final. That means we hope to welcome hundreds of thousands of football fans to England over the course of the tournament. Up to 3000 volunteers will play a vital role in delivering an unforgettable experience for both fans and participating teams.