Sevilla and St. Petersburg replace Bilbao and Dublin for Euro 2020 – Full match – SABC News


Sevilla replaced Bilbao as host city of Euro 2020 with already-host St. Petersburg in Russia, winning all three group stage matches from Dublin, UEFA announced on Friday.

Wembley Stadium in London has won the Irish capital’s last 16 games, adding to its fixture list, which include the semi-finals and the final.

The UEFA executive committee was forced to make the changes after Bilbao and Dublin were unable to guarantee the presence of supporters at the matches. Munich, which had been the subject of doubts, has been confirmed as the location.

Munich were the third host city not to have been able to offer UEFA the fan guarantees it needed, but a new plan to allow at least 14,500 fans to enter the Allianz Arena, despite the increase in the number of infections in the country, has been approved by UEFA.

Rescheduled 2020 European Championship schedule to be held in 11 countries from June 11 to July 11.

group A

June 11
Turkey v Italy, Stadio Olimpico, Rome

June 12
Wales v Switzerland, Olympic Stadium, Baku

June 16
Turkey v Wales, Olympic Stadium, Baku
Italy v Switzerland, Stadio Olimpico, Rome

June 20
Switzerland v Turkey, Olympic Stadium, Baku
Italy v Wales, Stadio Olimpico, Rome

Group B

June 12
Denmark / Finland, Parken stadium, Copenhagen
Belgium / Russia, Gazprom Arena, Saint Petersburg

June 16
Finland v Russia, Gazprom Arena, Saint Petersburg

June 17
Denmark / Belgium, Parken stadium, Copenhagen

June 21st
Russia v Denmark, Parken Stadium, Copenhagen
Finland / Belgium, Gazprom Arena, Saint Petersburg

Group C

June 13
Austria v North Macedonia, Arena Nationala, Bucharest
Netherlands v Ukraine, Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam

June 17
Ukraine v North Macedonia, Arena Nationala, Bucharest
Netherlands / Austria, Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam

June 21st
North Macedonia v Netherlands, Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam
Ukraine v Austria, Arena Nationala, Bucharest

Group D

June 13
England v Croatia, Wembley Stadium, London

June 14
Scotland v Czech Republic, Hampden Park, Glasgow

June 18
Croatia v Czech Republic, Hampden Park, Glasgow
England v Scotland, Wembley Stadium, London

June 22
Croatia v Scotland, Hampden Park, Glasgow
Czech Republic v England, Wembley Stadium, London

Group E

June 14
Poland v Slovakia, Gazprom Arena, Saint Petersburg
Spain / Sweden, Estadio La Cartuja, Seville

June 18
Sweden v Slovakia, Gazprom Arena, Saint Petersburg

June 19
Spain / Poland, Estadio La Cartuja, Seville

23 june
Slovakia v Spain, Estadio La Cartuja, Seville
Sweden v Poland, Gazprom Arena, Saint Petersburg

Group F

June 15
Hungary v Portugal, Puskas Arena, Budapest
France / Germany, Allianz Arena, Munich

June 19
Hungary v France, Puskas Arena, Budapest
Portugal v Germany, Allianz Arena, Munich

23 june
Portugal v France, Puskas Arena, Budapest
Germany / Hungary, Allianz Arena, Munich

Round of 16

June 26

Match 38
Second group A vs. second group B, Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam
Match 37
Group A Winner v Group C Finalist, Wembley Stadium, London

June 27

Match 40
Winner Group C – 3rd Group D / E / F, Puskas Arena, Budapest
Match 39
Winner Group B against 3rd Group A / D / E / F, Estadio La Cartuja, Seville

June 28

Match 42
Group D Finalist – Group E Finalist, Parken Stadium, Copenhagen
Match 41
Winner Group F v 3rd Group A / B / C, Arena Nationala, Bucharest

June 29

Match 44
Group D Winner v Group F Finalist, Wembley Stadium, London
Match 43
Winner Group E v 3rd Group A / B / C / D, Hampden Park, Glasgow

Quarter-finals

July 2nd

Match 45
Winner Match 41 – Winner Match 42, Gazprom Arena, Saint Petersburg

Match 46
Winner Match 39 v Winner Match 37, Allianz Arena, Munich
July 3

Match 47
Winner Match 40 v Winner Match 38, Olympic Stadium, Baku

Match 48
Winner Match 43 v Winner Match 44, Stadio Olimpico, Rome

Semi finals

July 6

Match 49
Winner Match 46 v Winner Match 45, Wembley Stadium, London

July 7
Match 50
Winner Match 48 v Winner Match 47, Wembley Stadium, London

Finals

11 July

Winner Match 49 v Winner Match 50, Wembley Stadium, London


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