The 16th edition of the European Championship, Euro 2020, kicked off on June 11 with matches in 11 major cities across Europe – for the first time in the tournament’s 60-year history.
At the end of the group stage we have 16 teams that have qualified for the Round of 16.
Group D winners England, with Group F runners-up Germany facing each other, will be the main confrontation in the last 16 matches.
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The teams that qualified
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Round of 16 Table (IST)
June 26, Saturday
Wales – Denmark (9:30 pm, Amsterdam)
Sunday, June 27 (IST)
Italy – Austria (12:30 AM, London)
Netherlands – Czech Republic (9:30 pm, Budapest)
June 28, Monday (EST)
Belgium – Portugal (12:30 AM, Seville)
Croatia – Spain (9:30 pm, Copenhagen)
Tuesday, June 29 (IST)
France – Switzerland (12:30 am, Bucharest)
England – Germany (9:30 pm, London)
June 30, Wednesday (actually)
Sweden – Ukraine (12:30 am, Glasgow)