With the summer on its way, it means that excitement is building with Euro 2020 just around the corner.

Legends will be made, storylines written and magical moments created across Europe over the next few weeks.

Ahead of the continent’s most anticipated international tournament, we’ve pulled together a guide covering all you need to know about Euro 2020: from the venues and group stage line-ups, to the fixtures, schedule and odds for the trophy.

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EURO 2020 hosts: venues and group stages

What is set to make Euro 2020 so special is the fact that for the first time ever the tournament will be held in 11 different venues across 11 different cities in 11 different nations.

The reason being for this move from UEFA to have multiple hosts across Europe was to mark the 60th anniversary of the European Championship.

Each of the 11 different venues will all stage a number of group games and knockout ties, with London’s Wembley Stadium also hosting the semi-finals and final of the tournament.

For a full rundown of which cities, nations and stadiums will be hosting Euro 2020, as well as a breakdown of the fixtures the Euros 2020 locations will be staging, a full table can be found below.

Group stage & Round of 16AmsterdamNetherlandsJohan Cruijff ArenA
Group stage & Quarter-finalBakuAzerbaijanBaku Olympic Stadium
Group stage & Round of 16BucharestRomaniaArena Nationala
Group stage & Round of 16BudapestHungaryPuskás Aréna
Group stage & Round of 16CopenhagenDenmarkParken
Group stage & Round of 16GlasgowScotlandHampden Park
Group stage, Round of 16, Semi-finals & FinalLondonEnglandWembley Stadium
Group stage & Quarter-finalMunichGermanyAllianz Arena
Group stage & Quarter-finalRomeItalyStadio Olimpico
Group stage & Quarter-finalSaint PetersburgRussiaKrestovsky Stadium
Group stage & Round of 16SevilleSpainEstadio La Cartuja

EURO 2020 schedule

Euro 2020 takes place from June 11, 2021, to July 11, 2021, with Turkey v Italy opening up the tournament at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome.

The group stages will take place from June 11, 2021, to June 23, 2021, with 24 teams competing in six groups each comprised of four nations. The winner and runner-up in each group, along with the four best third-placed sides, will qualify for the round of 16.

The knockout rounds take place from June 26, 2021, to July 11, 2021.

For a full rundown of the different dates, rounds and full Euros fixtures and Euros schedule, full tables can be found below.

As well, we have a full breakdown of Euros groups.

Group stage Matchday 1June 11, 2021 - June 15, 2021
Group stage Matchday 2June 16, 2021 - June 19, 2021
Group stage Matchday 3June 20, 2021 - June 23, 2021
Round of 16June 26, 2021 - June 29, 2021
Quarter-finalsJuly 2, 2021 - July 3, 2021
Semi-finalsJuly 6, 2021 - July 7, 2021
FinalJuly 11, 2021
Group Stage
Friday 11th JuneMatch 1Turkey v ItalyGroup ARome
Saturday 12th JuneMatch 2Wales v SwitzerlandGroup A Baku
Saturday 12th JuneMatch 3Denmark v FinlandGroup BCopenhagen
Saturday 12th JuneMatch 4Belgium v RussiaGroup BSt Petersburg
Sunday 13th JuneMatch 5Netherlands v UkraineGroup CAmsterdam
Sunday 13th JuneMatch 6Austria v North MacedoniaGroup CBucharest
Sunday 13th JuneMatch 7England v CroatiaGroup DLondon
Monday 14th JuneMatch 8Scotland v Czech RepublicGroup DGlasgow
Monday 14th JuneMatch 9Poland v SlovakiaGroup ESt Petersburg
Monday 14th JuneMatch 10Spain v SwedenGroup ESeville
Tuesday 15th JuneMatch 11Hungary v PortugalGroup FBudapest
Tuesday 15th JuneMatch 12France v GermanyGroup FMunich
Wednesday 16th JuneMatch 13Turkey v WalesGroup ABaku
Wednesday 16th JuneMatch 14Italy v SwitzerlandGroup ARome
Wednesday 16th JuneMatch 15Denmark v BelgiumGroup BCopenhagen
Thursday 17th JuneMatch 16Finland v RussiaGroup BSt Petersburg
Thursday 17th JuneMatch 17Netherlands v AustriaGroup CAmsterdam
Thursday 17th JuneMatch 18Ukraine v North MacedoniaGroup CBucharest
Friday 18th JuneMatch 19Croatia v Czech RepublicGroup DGlasgow
Friday 18th JuneMatch 20England v ScotlandGroup DLondon
Friday 18th JuneMatch 21Sweden v SlovakiaGroup ESt Petersburg
Saturday 19th JuneMatch 22Spain v PolandGroup ESeville
Saturday 19th JuneMatch 23Hungary v FranceGroup FBudapest
Saturday 19th JuneMatch 24Germany v HungaryGroup FMunich
Sunday 20th JuneMatch 25Switzerland v TurkeyGroup ABaku
Sunday 20th JuneMatch 26Italy v WalesGroup ARome
Monday 21st JuneMatch 27Russia v DenmarkGroup BCopenhagen
Monday 21st JuneMatch 28Finland v BelgiumGroup BSt Petersburg
Monday 21st JuneMatch 29North Macedonia v NetherlandsGroup CAmsterdam
Monday 21st JuneMatch 30Ukraine v AustriaGroup CBucharest
Tuesday 22nd JuneMatch 31Croatia v ScotlandGroup DGlasgow
Tuesday 22nd JuneMatch 32Czech Republic v EnglandGroup DLondon
Wednesday 23rd JuneMatch 33Sweden v PolandGroup ESeville
Wednesday 23rd JuneMatch 34Slovakia v SpainGroup ESt Petersburg
Wednesday 23rd JuneMatch 35Portugal v FranceGroup FBudapest
Wednesday 23rd JuneMatch 36Germany v HungaryGroup FMunich
Round of 16
Saturday 26th JuneMatch 37Group A winner v Group C runner-upLondon
Saturday 26th JuneMatch 38Group A runner-up v Group B runner-upAmsterdam
Sunday 27th JuneMatch 39Group B winner v Group A/D/E/F third placeSeville
Sunday 27th JuneMatch 40Group C winner v Group 3D/E/F third place – BudapestBudapest
Monday 28th  JuneMatch 41Group F winner v Group A/B/C third placeBucharest
Monday 28th  JuneMatch 42Group D runner-up v Group E runner-upCopenhagen
Tuesday 29th JuneMatch 43Group E winner v Group A/B/C/D third placeGlasgow
Tuesday 29th JuneMatch 44Group D winner v Group F runner-upLondon
Friday 2nd July, 5pmMatch 45Winner of match 41 v Winner of match 42St Petersburg
Friday 2nd July, 8pmMatch 46Winner of match 39 v Winner of match 37Munich
Saturday 3rd July, 5pmMatch 47Winner of match 40 v Winner of match 38Baku
Saturday 3rd July, 8pmMatch 48Winner of match 43 v Winner of match 44Rome
Tuesday 6th July, 8pmMatch 49Winner of match 45 v Winner of match 46London
Wednesday 7th July, 8pmMatch 50Winner of match 48 v Winner of match 47London
Sunday 11th July, 8pmMatch 51Winner of match 49 v Winner of match 50London

Who are the favourites to win?

As for the Euros football odds for the tournament, there are two joint-favourites as it stands, with both France and England priced at 5/1. France as the reigning world champions, and with the likes of Kylian Mbappe, Antoine Griezmann and Paul Pogba, are naturally at the top of the betting, while they are joined by an England side that arguably has an attacking wealth of options at its disposal not seen for quite some time.

Next in line are Belgium at 6/1, the world’s top-ranked team, who have been getting better and better in recent years, but are still without a major trophy in their history. They are followed by a team in Germany, at 15/2, who are no strangers to winning a major tournament but struggled last time out at the 2018 World Cup.

Reigning European champions Portugal and Spain perhaps offer more value at 8/1, while Italy and Netherlands (11/1) are next in line among the usual more-fancied nations. Minnows Hungary and North Macedonia, meanwhile, sit at the other end of the betting at 400/1 and 500/1 respectively.