Free downloadable UEFA EURO 2020 Wallchart Spreadsheet
Free downloadable UEFA EURO 2020 Tournament Wallchart Spreadsheet
Our free downloadable UEFA EURO 2020 Wallchart Spreadsheet is written in Microsoft Excel and has no visual basic so you can be sure you have a safe virus free wallchart with which to track you team’s scores and progress in your own time zone.
Updates to the free downloadable UEFA EURO 2020 tournament Wallchart Spreadsheet due 1st December 2019 following the EURO 2020 finals draw on 30th November 2019
When the draw takes place on 30th November 2019 our UEFA EURO 2020 spreadsheet wallchart (.xls and .xlsx) will be updated with all of the correct teams for the group games along with the adjusted match times. You will then be able to see a full, accurate and complete list of all teams and schedule of matches to be played in the UEFA EURO 2020 tournament.
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Background to the EURO 2020 tournament
What is the tournament format?
The format will be the same as for UEFA EURO 2016. The top two in each of the six final tournament groups will proceed to the round of 16 along with the four best third-placed finishers.
Will the hosts play their games at home?
Every qualified host would be guaranteed two home games in the group phase, but there would be no such guarantee for the knockout stage. Host nations that qualify will be automatically placed in the following groups. If both paired nations qualify, a draw will be held to determine which is at home in their direct encounter.
Group A: Italy (Olimpico in Rome), Azerbaijan (Olympic Stadium, Baku)
Group B: Russia (Saint Petersburg Stadium), Denmark (Parken Stadium, Copenhagen)
Group C: Netherlands (Johan Cruijff ArenA, Amsterdam), Romania (National Arena, Bucharest)
Group D: England (Wembley Stadium, London), Scotland (Hampden Park, Glasgow)
Group E: Spain (Estadio de San Mamés, Bilbao), Republic of Ireland (Dublin Arena)
Group F: Germany (Fußball Arena München, Munich), Hungary (Ferenc Puskás Stadium, Budapest)
The Stadio Olimpico in Rome will host the opening game.
Why a ‘EURO for Europe’?
“There is great pleasure in being able to bring EURO 2020 to so many countries and cities, to see football acting as a bridge between nations, and to carry the competition closer to the fans, who are the essential lifeblood of the game,” says UEFA President Aleksander Čeferin.
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