All the teams that have qualified for the European Championship 2020 eighth round are already known after Wednesday’s last group games.
The tournament schedule is as follows:
Wales vs. Denmark (June 26, Amsterdam), Italy vs. Austria (June 26, London), Netherlands vs. Czech Republic (June 27, Budapest), Belgium vs. Portugal (June 27, Seville), Croatia vs. Spain (June 28, Copenhagen), France vs Switzerland (June 28, Bucharest), England vs. Germany (June 29, London) and Sweden vs. Ukraine (June 29, Glasgow).
Euro 2020 hosts 11 cities across Europe, namely Amsterdam, Baku, Budapest, Bucharest, Glasgow, Copenhagen, London, Munich, Rome, St. Petersburg and Seville. The championship runs until July 11.
The euro was originally scheduled for 2020 but was postponed for a year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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