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Euro 2020 UEFA Live stream how to watch on TV betting odds

Euro 2020 opening marks return of mega-scale sports events Fri, 11 Jun 2021 06:00:00 -0700– ESPN will televise 39 Euro 2020 matches, seven will air on ESPN2 and five more will be shown on ABC. The 2020 UEFA European Championship finally is here.

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UEFA Euro 2020: Live stream, how to watch on TV, betting odds, game times

June 11, 2021

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  • – Italy vs. Turkey kicks off the postponed Euro 2020 in Rome on Friday.
  • – Defending champion Portugal in group with previous two World Cup winners, France and Germany.
  • – ESPN will televise 39 Euro 2020 matches, seven will air on ESPN2 and five more will be shown on ABC.

The 2020 UEFA European Championship finally is here.

Delayed a year by the coronavirus pandemic, the ambitious continent-wide tournament will take place in 11 cities separated by four time zones. While the tournament had been held in multiple countries previously (2012 in Poland and Ukraine, 2008 in Austria and Switzerland and 2000 in Belgium and the Netherlands), this is a one-off, 11-country event before it's hosted solely by Germany in 2024.

The tournament will take place from June 11 until the final on July 11. Both the semifinals and final will be held at Wembley Stadium in London. 

Here's everything you need to know for the 2020 UEFA Euro soccer tournament:

Euro 2020 news and notes

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What are the UEFA Euro 2020 groups?

Group A

  • Italy
  • Switzerland
  • Turkey
  • Wales

Group B

  • Belgium
  • Denmark
  • Finland
  • Russia

Group C

  • Austria
  • Netherlands
  • North Macedonia
  • Ukraine

Group D

  • Croatia
  • Czech Republic
  • England
  • Scotland

Group E

  • Poland
  • Slovakia
  • Spain
  • Sweden

Group F

  • France
  • Germany
  • Hungary
  • Portugal

What are the UEFA Euro 2020 host cities and countries?

  • Amsterdam, Netherlands (Johan Cruyff Arena)
  • Baku, Azerbaijan (Olympic Stadium)
  • Bucharest, Romania (Arena Națională)
  • Budapest, Hungary (Puskás Aréna)
  • Copenhagen, Denmark (Parken Stadium)
  • Glasgow, Scotland (Hampden Park)
  • London, England (Wembley Stadium)
  • Munich, Germany (Allianz Arena)
  • Rome, Italy (Stadio Olimpico)
  • Saint Petersburg, Russia (Krestovsky Stadium)
  • Seville, Spain (La Cartuja)

What are the UEFA EURO 2020 odds?

According to BetMGM, France (+400) are the favorites to win Euro 2020, followed by England (+550), Belgium (+600), Germany (+800), Spain (+800), Italy (+800) and Portugal (+800). Finland and North Macedonia are the longshots (+50000 apiece).

England's Harry Kane (+600) and Belgium's Romelu Lukaku (+600) are favorites to score the most goals in Euro 2020, according to BetMGM. They are followed by France's Kylian Mbappé (+800) and Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo (+1200).

What is the UEFA Euro 2020 game schedule?

The UEFA European Championship will be broadcast on ESPN and ABC, with games available to be streamed live on ESPN+. Spanish-language broadcasts will be available on Univision and TUDN. Games also available on fuboTV.

GROUP STAGE

Friday, June 11

  • Italy vs. Turkey in Rome (3 p.m. ET, ESPN)

Saturday, June 12

  • Wales vs. Switzerland in Baku (9 a.m. ET, ESPN)
  • Denmark vs. Finland in Copenhagen (12 p.m. ET, ESPN)
  • Belgium vs. Russia in Saint Petersburg (3 p.m. ET, ABC)

Sunday, June 13

  • England vs. Croatia in London (9 a.m. ET, ESPN)
  • Austria vs. North Macedonia in Bucharest (12 p.m. ET, ESPN)
  • Netherlands vs. Ukraine in Amsterdam (3 p.m. ET, ESPN)

Monday, June 14

  • Scotland vs. Czech Republic in Glasgow (9 a.m. ET, ESPN)
  • Poland vs. Slovakia in Saint Petersburg (12 p.m. ET, ESPN)
  • Spain vs. Sweden in Seville (3 p.m. ET, ESPN)

Tuesday, June 15

  • Hungary vs. Portugal in Budapest (12 p.m. ET, ESPN)
  • France vs. Germany in Munich (3 p.m. ET, ESPN)

Wednesday, June 16

  • Finland vs. Russia in Saint Petersburg (9 a.m. ET, ESPN)
  • Turkey vs. Wales in Baku (12 p.m. ET, ESPN)
  • Italy vs. Switzerland in Rome (3 p.m. ET, ESPN)

Thursday, June 17

  • Ukraine vs. North Macedonia in Bucharest (9 a.m. ET, ESPN)
  • Denmark vs. Belgium in Copenhagen (12 p.m. ET, ESPN)
  • Netherlands vs. Austria in Amsterdam (3 p.m. ET, ESPN)

Friday, June 18

  • Sweden vs. Slovakia in Saint Petersburg (9 a.m. ET, ESPN)
  • Croatia vs. Czech Republic in Glasgow (12 p.m. ET, ESPN)
  • England vs. Scotland in London (3 p.m. ET, ESPN)

Saturday, June 19

  • Hungary vs. France in Budapest (9 a.m. ET, ESPN)
  • Portugal vs. Germany in Munich (12 p.m. ET, ESPN)
  • Spain vs. Poland in Seville (3 p.m. ET, ABC)

Sunday, June 20

  • Italy vs. Wales in Rome (12 p.m. ET, ESPN2)
  • Switzerland vs. Turkey in Baku (3 p.m. ET, ESPN)

Monday, June 21

  • North Macedonia vs. Netherlands in Amsterdam (12 p.m. ET, ESPN)
  • Ukraine vs. Austria in Bucharest (12 p.m. ET, ESPN2)
  • Russia vs. Denmark in Copenhagen (3 p.m. ET, ESPN2)
  • Finland vs. Belgium in Saint Petersburg (3 p.m. ET, ESPN)

Tuesday, June 22

  • Czech Republic vs. England in London (3 p.m. ET, ESPN)
  • Croatia vs. Scotland in Glasgow (3 p.m. ET, ESPN2)

Wednesday, June 23

  • Slovakia vs. Spain in Seville (12 p.m. ET, ESPN)
  • Sweden vs. Poland in Saint Petersburg (12 p.m. ET, ESPN2)
  • Germany vs. Hungary in Munich (3 p.m. ET, ESPN2)
  • Portugal vs. France in Budapest (3 p.m. ET, ESPN)

ROUND OF 16*

Saturday, June 26

  • Runner-up Group A vs. Runner-up Group B in Amsterdam (12 p.m. ET, ESPN)
  • Winner Group A vs. runner-up Group C in London (3 p.m. ET, ABC)

Sunday, June 27

  • Winner Group C vs. third place Group D/E/F in Budapest (12 p.m. ET, ESPN)
  • Winner Group B vs. third place Group A/D/E/F in Seville (3 p.m. ET, ABC)

Monday, June 28

  • Runner-up Group D vs. Runner-up Group E in Copenhagen (12 p.m. ET, ESPN)
  • Winner Group F vs. third place Group A/B/C in Bucharest (3 p.m. ET, ESPN)

Tuesday, June 29

  • Winner Group D vs. runner-up Group F in London (12 p.m. ET, ESPN)
  • Winner Group E vs. third place Group A/B/C/D in Glasgow (3 p.m. ET, ESPN)

* Allocation of third-place teams depends on which groups provide those teams.

QUARTERFINALS

Friday, July 2

  • Quarterfinal 1 in Saint Petersburg (12 p.m. ET, ESPN)
  • Quarterfinal 2 in Munich (3 p.m. ET, ESPN)

Saturday, July 3

  • Quarterfinal 3 in Baku (12 p.m. ET, ESPN)
  • Quarterfinal 4 in Rome (3 p.m. ET, ABC)

SEMIFINALS

Tuesday, July 6

  • Semifinal 1 in London (3 p.m. ET, ESPN)

Wednesday, July 7

  • Semifinal 2 in London (3 p.m. ET, ESPN)

FINAL

Sunday, July 11

  • Semifinal winners in London (3 p.m. ET, ESPN)

Which countries have won the Euros?

Germany and Spain have won the most UEFA European Football Championships with three apiece. France has won the competition twice. The Czech Republic (then Czechoslovakia), Denmark, Greece, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal and the Soviet Union have one title apiece. Portugal are the reigning champions, having won Euro 2016 in France.

Previous Euro finals

  • 2016: Portugal over France, 1-0 (won in extra time)
  • 2012: Spain over Italy, 4-0
  • 2008: Spain over Germany, 1-0
  • 2004: Greece over Portugal, 1-0
  • 2000: France over Italy, 2-1 (won on golden goal in extra time)
  • 1996: Germany over Czech Republic, 2-1 (won on golden goal in extra time)
  • 1992: Denmark over Germany, 2-0
  • 1988: Netherlands over Soviet Union, 2-0
  • 1984: France over Spain, 2-0
  • 1980: West Germany over Belgium, 2-1
  • 1976: Czechoslovakia over West Germany, 2-2 (Czechoslovakia won penalty shootout, 5-3)
  • 1972: West Germany over Soviet Union, 3-0
  • 1968: Italy over Yugoslavia, 2-0
  • 1964: Spain over Soviet Union, 2-1
  • 1960: Soviet Union over Yugoslavia, 2-1 (won in extra time)

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UEFA Euro 2020: Live stream, how to watch on TV, betting odds … Fri, 11 Jun 2021 06:00:00 -0700-ROME (AP) — Postponed by a year, the biggest sporting event since the coronavirus brought the world to a halt kicks off Friday at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome …

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Euro 2020 opening marks return of mega-scale sports events

ROME (AP) — Postponed by a year, the biggest sporting event since the coronavirus brought the world to a halt kicks off Friday at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome — a milestone both for European and world sports.

The opening match of soccer's European Championship will be played in the capital of Italy, the first country outside Asia to get struck by the pandemic and the first in the world to implement a nationwide lockdown.

The tournament represents a major step forward on the path toward recovery after one of the darkest chapters in the continent’s history since World War II. More than 1 million Europeans have died in the pandemic, including almost 127,000 Italians.

“After everything that’s happened, now the situation is improving, I think the time has come to start providing fans with something to be satisfied about,” said Italy coach Roberto Mancini, who tested positive for COVID-19 in November but was asymptomatic.

The tournament was postponed last March when countries were scrambling to contain virus outbreaks and major sporting events around the world were canceled or put on hold.

Many worry that it’s still not safe to bring tens of thousands of fans together in stadiums across Europe, but organizers hope measures including crowd limitations, staggered arrival times for fans, social distancing rules and lots of hand sanitizer will help prevent a resurgence of virus infections, which have dropped sharply in Europe in recent months.

In Rome, fans entering the stadium are required to bring documentation showing they have been vaccinated against the virus, tested negative in the 48 hours before the match or already had the disease.

The world of sports is watching. If everything goes smoothly, Euro 2020 can give a confidence boost for other major sporting events, like the Tokyo Olympics, scheduled to open on July 23 — also a year late. If it doesn't, it would be a serious setback that could have ramifications beyond soccer.

The virus already has had an impact on the tournament, which for the first time is not being hosted by one or two nations but is spread out across the continent with matches in 11 cities.

Spain captain Sergio Busquets tested positive for COVID-19 and will miss the team’s first match against Sweden in Seville on Monday. Another Spain player tested positive, as did two of Sweden’s players. The Spanish squad was getting vaccinated Friday.

Russia winger Andrey Mostovoy then became the first player to be cut from a national team on Friday after testing positive.

Italy's opening match against Turkey will bring together the biggest crowd in the country since it went into a full lockdown 15 months ago, even though the stadium will be filled to only 25% of its capacity.

In Rome and elsewhere in Italy, most virus restrictions have been lifted. A midnight curfew and a requirement to wear a mask outside one’s home are the most tangible ways in which the pandemic still affects the daily lives of citizens.

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AP Sports Writer Andrew Dampf contributed to this report.

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