When and where will the Euro 2020 Final take place?
Football returns to screens across the country and across Europe twenty days after the Premier League concluded.
All of the host nations have failed to qualify for the European Championship, with Wales and England only reaching the semi-finals in prior years.
After a 23-year absence, Scotland returns to a big competition.
The opening game of the tournament will be held at Rome’s Stadio Olimpico, with Turkey taking on Italy in Group A. The opening ceremony will take place prior to kick-off.
When Portugal and hosts France went to extra time to determine the winner, Eder stepped up and blasted past Hugo Lloris, etching his name and his country’s name in European Championship history by winning the championship for the first time.
In 1960, France hosted the first-ever championships after the Soviet Union required additional time to defeat Yugoslavia.
Match 51, the tournament’s final match, will take place on July 11, a year and a day after the original event, which was slated for 2020 but had to be postponed owing to the pandemic.
On July 10, the Euro 2016 final was held at the Parc des Princes, with 105 goals tallied after the first goal was scored by Oliver Giroud.
After Oliver Bierhoff’s golden goal against the Czech Republic in the 1996 Euros, London will host the showpiece European Championships event for the second time.
England was eliminated from the competition in the semi-finals after losing to the eventual winners on penalties.
The ‘new’ Wembley, on the other hand, will be hosting the Euros final for the first time since its restoration in 2012.
It will be the first European final since Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich met in the 2013 Champions League final.
Two round of 16 matches, as well as both semi-finals, will be held in the ‘home of English football.’
As of now, the final will begin at 8 p.m.