UEFA Euro is a football competition contested by European countries for every 4 years since 1960. Due to Covid -19 pandemic it is postponed this year. It was supposed to take place in 2020, Germany. This post gives you “all you need to know” information about Euro 2021.
15 UEFA Euro championships have been held so far with 10 different champions. Germany, Spain have won thrice, France have won twice Soviet Union, Italy, Czechoslovakia, Netherlands, Denmark, Greece and Portugal have won one title each. – Sorry if you had searched for England in the list.
Now it is played in venues across 11 countries.
1. Amsterdam (Netherlands)
2. Baku (Azerbaijan)
3. Bucharest (Romania)
4. Budapest (Hungary)
5. Copenhagen (Denmark)
6. Glasgow (Scotland)
7. London (England)
8. Munich (Germany)
9. Rome (Italy)
10. Saint Petersburg (Russia)
11. Seville (Spain)
This year the competition seems more interesting with many heavyweights like France, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, England
and Portugal (defending champions who lifted their maiden trophy against all odds by defeating mighty France in 2016).
The competitions has 6 groups with 24 teams.
Get ready for major heartbreaks because they tend to happen often in European competitions like Iceland thrashing England in Round of 16 in 2016, Greece winning 2004 Euros and so on.
Yayyy!! Euro 2020 is underway and enjoy the beautiful game with your friends and family in this pandemic.