Euro 2020 fixtures: Turkey, Italy clash in opener, final in Wembley

The fixtures list, announced on Friday, sees reigning champions Portugal plays its first match on June 15

The continental championships will start from the 11th of June- REUTERS

Turkey and Italy will kick off the opening match of the 2020 European Championships at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome on the 11th of June.

Reigning champions Portugal will start its campaign against Hungary in Budapest on June 15. The final will be played at the Wembley Stadium in London on July 11.

Fixtures:

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 v Finland, Parken Stadium, Copenhagen,  Belgium v Russia, Gazprom Arena, St Petersburg

June 16

Finland v Russia, Gazprom Arena, St Petersburg

June 17

Denmark v Belgium, Parken Stadium, Copenhagen

June 21

Russia v Denmark, Parken Stadium, Copenhagen,  Finland v Belgium, Gazprom Arena, St 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 v Austria, Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam

June 21

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, St Petersburg,  Spain v Sweden, Estadio La Cartuja, Seville

June 18

Sweden v Slovakia, Gazprom Arena, St Petersburg

June 19

Spain v Poland, Estadio La Cartuja, Seville

June 23

Slovakia v Spain, Estadio La Cartuja, Seville,  Sweden v Poland, Gazprom Arena, St Petersburg

Group F

June 15

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

June 19

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

June 23

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

Round of 16

June 26

Match 38

Runner-up Group A v Runner-up Group B, Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam

Match 37

Winner Group A v Runner-up Group C, Wembley Stadium, London

June 27

Match 40

Winner Group C v 3rd Group D/E/F, Puskas Arena, Budapest

Match 39

Winner Group B v 3rd Group A/D/E/F, Estadio La Cartuja, Seville

June 28

Match 42

Runner-up Group D v Runner-up Group E, Parken Stadium, Copenhagen

Match 41

Winner Group F v 3rd Group A/B/C, Arena Nationala, Bucharest

June 29

Match 44

Winner Group D v Runner-up Group F, Wembley Stadium, London

Match 43

Winner Group E v 3rd Group A/B/C/D, Hampden Park, Glasgow

Quarter-finals

July 2

Match 45

Winner Match 41 v Winner Match 42, Gazprom Arena, St 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

July 11

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