UEFA Euro 2020 will be the 16th edition of highly successful European national team tournament taking place this year in Summer from 12 June 2020 to 12 July 2020. This will be the firs time that tournament will take place across 12 different countries around Europe making it unique. The first game takes place in Rome while the final takes place in Wembley, London. This is the dedicated page for UEFA Euro 2020 and you will find all related articles on this page.
We have coverage all aspects of UEFA Euro 2020 which is just around the corner. From Match schedule, tv coverage details, prize money, Match officials, team squads and some historic articles like past winners, top goal scorers and everything related to upcoming event.
The draw for the 2020 UEFA Euro has been taken place and we have our final 6 groups of 4 teams each. Every teams will play three group games and top two from each group will qualify automatically while 4 best thrid place teams will also join the 12 automatically qualified teams in knockout stages making it 16 teams in first knockout phase.
20 teams have been confirmed for UEFA Euro 2020 with 4 more to be confirmed after the playoffs. However UEFA has already announced the final groups and the entire match schedule of the tournament. The first game will be played at Roma, Italy on 12th June 2020 while the final takes place on 12 July 2020 at Wembley Stadium in London.
UEFA are expected as much as €1 billion in profit from this year’s tournament which will be record for any European championship in history. That allowed UEFA to allocated a record breaking prize money pool for 2020 event where €371 million will be distributed among qualified teams and eventual winners will take home as much as €35 million.
UEFA has promised absolute unparalleled tv and online coverage for Euro 2020 around the world. UEFA have confirmed broadcasting rights for Euro 2020 in around 190 different territories around the world which will make it one of the most watched sports event only behind FIFA World Cup.
UEFA has announced the deadline to announced the final 23-man squad for all 24 for participating teams. Teams must announce their final 23-man squad atleast 1 month before the tournament with 3 goal keepers in the squad, 20 outfield players.
Out of the 15 editions of Euro Championships so far, 10 teams have won the tournament. Germany is the most successful team in Euro Championship history winning it three times while appearing in 6 finals. France and Spain has won the tournament twice.
UEFA Euro 2020 will have 24 teams and some major brands like Nike, Adidas and Puma will be producing kits for most of the teams. Some of the teams have already announced their home or away kits while others will confirm their both official kits by March 2020.