When do England, Scotland, and Wales play in Euro 2020? Full fixture list and kick-off times can be found here.


When do England, Scotland, and Wales play in Euro 2020? Full fixture list and kick-off times can be found here.

During Euro 2020, England, Scotland, and Wales are among the 24 teams that will compete in 51 matches in 11 locations over the course of a month.

It is the 16th European Championships, and all of the participating countries are striving for the prized title.

Gareth Southgate’s squad is hoping to break a 51-year wait for trophies, having failed to win European or international honours.

Scotland’s armband will be worn by Andy Robertson in their first competitive competition since the 1998 World Cup.

Many Welsh supporters still remember the heroics of 2018, and they will be hopeful that Gareth Bale and his teammates, notably Liverpool full-back Neco Williams and winger Harry Wilson, can repeat the success of five years ago.

Jordan Pickford and star striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin will represent Everton in the European Championships this summer.

Pickford will be looking for another big role after guiding England to the World Cup semi-finals in Russia three years ago. Calvert-Lewin will be vying for a starting spot with captain Harry Kane, who has four goals in his first nine England appearances, including a brace against San Marino.

After Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold was forced to withdraw from the squad due to a thigh injury he sustained in England’s first warmup match against Austria, Jordan Henderson is the lone member of the squad from the red half of Merseyside.

All of England’s Euro 2020 group stage fixtures will be held at Wembley Stadium, beginning on Sunday, June 13 with a match against Croatia. Winning the group would result in a last-16 fixture at Wembley against the Group F runners-up, with a quarter-final in Rome possible.

Andy Robertson will lead Scotland out on two occasions at Hampden Park as the Tartan Army makes its first appearance in the European Championships since 1996.

In their second group game, they will meet England, in a rematch of the final group match at Euro ’96, in which Paul Gascoigne scored the winning goal minutes after Gary McAllister’s penalty miss.

Keeper of the goal. The summary comes to a close.


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