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Today is the first day of the European Championship 2020.
Fans may require a wallchart to stay organized and on top of the events, as the Euros group stages are a little more complicated than normal.
Wall charts are as important as sticker books and trading cards in international football events, and striking off the tournament favorites is almost as exciting as filling them out as your team progresses.
The group stage is not without its challenges, with 24 teams divided into six groups (A-F). Each group’s top two teams advance to the knockout stages.
The other four teams in the round of 16 are the teams in third place with the most points. Portugal qualified for Euro 2016 by this manner, as they drew all of their group stage matches.
Despite only winning one game in 90 minutes throughout the tournament, Portugal won the trophy with a 2-0 victory over Wales in the semi-final.
The first of England’s three group matches is against Croatia. Gareth Southgate’s team is in Group D, although they will be missing Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson and Manchester United captain Harry Maguire for the tournament’s first match.
The Three Lions face Scotland in their second encounter, which is their first international competition in 23 years. Steve Clarke’s team will aim for a top-two finish, but will also aim for a third-place finish to qualify for the round of 16 via the third-place route.
On Saturday, Wales will face Switzerland in their first match.