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Euro 2021: matches, groups, results, fixture, how to watch on TV, live stream, ONLINE FREE

By Mauricio Saenz


Euro 2021: matches, groups, results, fixture, how to watch on TV, live stream, ONLINE FREE

The most complete guide to not miss anything

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On Friday, June 11, Euro 2021 started and every day there are great matches. Here is the most complete guide so as not to miss a single detail of the European competition

 

The public returns to the stadiums

The return of the public to the stadiums just over a year after the pandemic will be one of the novelties of the most important tournament in Europe. Each country determined the number of spectators enabled for each commitment.

How to watch the Eurocup on television live and direct?

The TV channels in Mexico that will be able to broadcast matches of this tournament are TV Azteca and TUDN; however, all 51 matches will only be available on SKY.

What are the groups like and where will the Eurocup be played?

As it is the 60th anniversary of the Euro, UEFA chose to divide the venues into eleven different cities but the 24 participants will seek to reach the final on Sunday, July 11 at the legendary Wembley Stadium in London.

Rome (Italy) and Baku (Azerbaijan) will host the Group A matches comprising Italy, Turkey, Wales and Switzerland.

Group B of Russia, Belgium, Finland and Denmark will be played between Saint Petersburg and Copenhagen.

The Johan Cruijff Arena, in Amsterdam, and the National Arena, in Bucharest, will be the Group C venues, led by the Netherlands along with Austria, North Macedonia and Ukraine.

Group D, which will star England, Croatia, the Czech Republic and Scotland, will be divided between Wembley in London and Hampden Park in Glasgow.

The complete Euro 2020 program and results

Turkey 0- Italy 3

Goals: Merih Demiral (against), Ciro Immobile and Lorenzo Insigne (I).

Wales 1- Switzerland 1

Goals: Kieffer Moore (W); Breel Empolo (S).

Denmark 0- Finland 1

Goal: Joel Pohjanpalo (F).

Belgium 3- Russia 0

Goals: Romelu Lukaku -2- and Thomar Meunier (B)

England 1- Croatia 0

Goal: Raheem Sterling (E).

Austria 3- North Macedonia 1

Goals: Stefan Lainer, Michael Gregoritsch and Marko Arnautovic (A); Goran Pandev (NM)

Netherlands 3- Ukraine 2

Goals: Georginio Wijnaldum, Wout Weghorst and Denzel Dumfries (N); Andriy Yarmolenko y Roman Yaremchuk (U).

Scotland 0- Czech Republic 2

Goals: Patrik Schick -2- (CR).

Poland 1- Slovakia 2

Goals: Karol Krychowiak (P); Wojciech Szczesny (against) and Milan Skriniar (S).

Spain 0- Sweden 0

11.00 am Mexico: Hungary- Portugal; and 2:00 p.m. Mexico: France- Germany

8:00 am Mexico: Finland- Russia; 11.00 am Mexico: Turkey- Wales; and 2:00 p.m. Mexico: Italy- Switzerland

8.00 am Mexico: Ukraine- North Macedonia; 11.00 am Mexico: Denmark- Belgium; and 2:00 p.m. Mexico: Netherlands- Austria

8.00 am Mexico: Sweden- Slovakia; 11.00 am Mexico: Croatia- Czech Republic; and 2:00 p.m. Mexico: England- Scotland

8:00 am Mexico: Hungary- France; 11.00 am Mexico: Portugal-Germany; and 2:00 p.m. Mexico: Spain- Poland

11.00 am Mexico: Italy- Wales and Switzerland- Turkey

11.00 am Mexico: North Macedonia- Netherlands and Ukraine- Austria; 2:00 p.m. Mexico: Finland- Belgium and Russia- Denmark

2:00 p.m. Mexico: Croatia- Scotland and Czech Republic- England

11.00 am Mexico: Slovakia- Spain and Sweden- Poland; 2:00 p.m. Mexico: Germany- Hungary and Portugal- France

11.00 am Mexico and 2.00 pm Mexico: Round of 16

11.00 am Mexico and 2.00 pm Mexico: Round of 16

11.00 am Mexico and 2.00 pm Mexico: Round of 16

11.00 am Mexico and 2.00 pm Mexico: Round of 16

11.00 a.m. Mexico and 2.00 p.m. Mexico: Quarterfinals

11.00 a.m. Mexico and 2.00 p.m. Mexico: Quarterfinals

2:00 p.m. Mexico: Semifinal

2:00 p.m. Mexico: Semifinal

2:00 p.m. Mexico: Final

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