The UEFA European Championships (Euros) was postponed a year. This football competition is usually held every four years. Only 24 countries can qualify for the final.
For the first time, the tournament will be hosted at 12 cities around Europe.
- Amsterdam, Johan Cruijff Arena
- Baku, Baku Olympic Stadium
- Bilbao, San Mamés Stadium
- Bucharest, National Arena Bucharest
- Budapest, Puskás Aréna
- Copenhagen, Parken Stadium
- Dublin, Dublin Arena
- Glasgow, Hampden Park
- London, Wembley Stadium
- Munich, Football Arena Munich
- Rome, Olimpico in Rome
- Saint Petersburg, Saint Petersburg Stadium
You can watch Euro 2020 in Australia via Optus:
You can watch Euro 2020 at these Brisbane venues:
About UEFA European Championship
UEFA.com is the official website of UEFA EURO 2020.
With over 160 million visitors per year, the website has extensive reach, both for UEFA and its member associations, as do the official social media channels. The tournament will be covered via the established and popular UEFA EURO accounts:
UEFA TV: UEFA.tv