Euro 2021 Event Guide
Originally scheduled to be Euro 2020 before being cancelled due to the pandemic, this summer we will finally see the best from Europe take each other on in Euro 2021 football tournament. Here you can find sports betting crypto sites if you want make your football bets with Bitcoin, Ethereum or other cryptocurrency.
Second, only to the World Cup for the footballing nations of Europe, this competition brings fans together and showcases some of the very best football anywhere in the world. With the delay, anticipation has been building for some time, and many are excited to see this tournament get underway.
Euro 2021 Format
The format for this competition will be the same as we saw back at the last tournament which was Euro 2016. This means the expansion of the competition continues, with 24 teams taking part rather than 16 which we have seen in the past.
The idea behind this was to give smaller nations a chance to compete at the finals and gain experience, looking back at Euro 2016, Wales took advantage of that in great style, reaching the semi-finals when they have struggled to qualify for many years.
- The 24 teams are split into six Euro 2021 groups
- The top two teams from each group, plus the four best third-placed finishers will qualify for the knockout round
- These 16 teams will play the first knockout round, followed by the quarter-finals, semi-finals and lastly the final
Each group detailed forecast you can find in UEFA Euro 2021 prediction article.
Euro 2021 will be held from June 11 to July 11 in 2021. The European Championship having been moved from the summer of 2020.
Euro 2021 hosting cities are Amsterdam, Bucharest, Budapest, Copenhagen, Glasgow, Baku, Munich, Rome, St Petersburg and London. Recently Seville was added as host city, because Dublin and Bilbao cities could not guarantee having enough fans in stadiums.
UEFA Euro 2021 final will be in London, Wembley stadium. This city also host three group games, R16 game and both semi-finals.
Tickets for Euro 2021 group stage will cost 30€-185€. If you want to see R16 games or quarterfinals it will cost from 30€-225€. Euro 2021 semi-finals tickets will cost around 195€-595€ and final tickets will be around 295€-945€.
You can buy Euro 2021 tickets in UEFA page – tournament ticketing section.
Here are the 24 teams taking part in European Championship – Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, England, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, North Macedonia, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Scotland, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, Wales.
You can watch Euro 2021 on TV, but if you want watch live stream on internet sports betting bookmakers also will have Euro 2021 broadcast. Here you can find best betting sites with live streaming.
Euro 2021 Cities
This competition is like no other that UEFA have put together. Rather than one country being the sole host, or having two co-host countries as we sometimes have in the past, the tournament will be played all across Europe. This gives as many countries and cities as possible the chance to get involved and showcase what they have to offer.
For the first time in the history of the competition, this will happen, and we have a total of 12 host cities that will get involved and host games.
Euro 2021 cities are split into categories, depending on the type of games they will host.
|Euro 2021 Amsterdam||3 Netherlands matches (Group C) and R16 match|
|Euro 2021 Bilbao||Bilbao city games are moved to Seville|
|Euro 2021 Bucharest||3 group C games between Austria, North Macedonia and Ukraine teams and R16 match|
|Euro 2021 Budapest||3 group F games between Hungary, Portugal, France and R16 match|
|Euro 2021 Copenhagen||3 Denmark matches (Group B) and R16 match|
|Euro 2021 Dublin||Dublin city games are moved to Seville|
|Euro 2021 Glasgow||3 group D games between Scotland, Czech Republic, Croatia and R16 match|
|Euro 2021 Baku||3 group A games between Wales, Switzerland, Turkey and QF3 match|
|Euro 2021 Munich||3 Germany matches (Group F) and QF match|
|Euro 2021 Rome||3 Italy matches (Group A) and QF4 match|
|Euro 2021 Saint Petersburg||3 Russia matches (Group B), 3 group E matches and QF1 match|
|Euro 2021 London||3 England matches (Group D), R16, SF and Euro cup final 2021|
Category 1 is Amsterdam, Bilbao, Bucharest, Budapest, Copenhagen, Dublin and Glasgow
These cities will host three games from the group stage plus one game from the round of 16 phase.
Category 2 is Baku, Munich, Rome and St Petersburg
These cities will host three games from the group stage plus one quarter-final each.
Category 3 is London only
London will host three group games, one round of 16 game plus both semi-finals and the UEFA Euro final 2021.
This means that when we get to the final four stage and begin to play the semi-finals, all four teams remaining in the competition will head to London Wembley stadium, where the competition will end.
Euro 2021 Tickets Information
It is fair to say that ticketing for 2021 Euros is currently up in the air. The original dates for 2020 saw tickets sold to fans from all over Europe, who intended to travel and watch their team play. International travel between countries will not be possible for some people now, and stadiums will not have full capacities in place either.
UEFA have yet to make an official comment, but the belief is that they are going to refund every fan for the tickets bought originally and begin the entire process again. Tickets will be limited based on what the expected capacity of grounds will be at the time, plus there will be restrictions on who can buy the tickets based on what is happening with international air travel.
The limited capacity plus travel problems have made this a very complex issue that will take time to solve. It is fair to say that it is very likely we will see fans at the games, though not as many as we usually see and meeting points such as fan parks around the host cities are unlikely to be open and available to use.
Euro 2021 Qualified Teams
A total of 24 teams have worked their way through the European Championships qualifying stage to get to the finals. These teams will take centre stage and showcase their footballing ability to the world. Even teams who are knocked out in the group stage and are the first to go home will get three games to play at the tournament, so we will see all teams play more than once.
Here are the 24 teams taking part.
Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, England, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, North Macedonia, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Scotland, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, Wales
Euro 2021 Live Stream Information
Football European Championship is going to be watched by tens of millions of people around Europe. Fans love to watch their own countries play in this tournament, but neutrals will also tune in to many other games and enjoy the games because many of them are very high quality.
Due to this, live stream Euro cup and TV broadcasts of the games are always very popular and sought after. Countries around Europe, and other parts of the world, have broadcasting rights to show games and this will more than likely cover every game of the tournament, not just the big ones.
These companies may also offer an online option with Euro live stream available on their website (read this – best betting sites with live streaming). It should also be pointed out that in some countries, bookmakers can show a Euro Cup live streaming of these games from their in-play section, so look out for this if you live somewhere that allows this.
Anyone who is looking to bet in-play on the games can sit with the betting markets open and watch a stream on the same page so they are up to date with what is happening in the game before they place their bets.
The quality of coverage when it comes to the European Championships is excellent across many different countries around the world, especially in Europe, and this is great for fans who want to watch games.
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