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Overview: It’s Here! Yes, it’s been a shoddy year – but finally, there’s light at the end of this dark old tunnel. So, what better way to celebrate the end of lockdown than a major tournament we’ve been made to wait an extra 12 months for? By the looks of things, Euro 2020 will be well worth it.
One of the most eagerly anticipated events on the sporting calendar, the 16th edition of the UEFA European Championship will take place between 11 June and 11 July 2021, at 12 venues across 12 countries, with 24 teams competing for the most prestigious international prize in the European game.