The UEFA Euro 2020 list of participants is eventually complete. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, it has taken eight months more than expected to determine the final four places for the tournament that will take place next summer.

The tournament, which was initially scheduled to be held from June 12 to July 12 of the summer of 2020, is decided to run from June 11 to July 11 of 2021.

Twenty-four teams will take part in the tournament, and twelve cities around Europe will host fifty-one matches. However, due to the current global health crisis, it is still unknown if fans will be permitted at the tournament or not.
Despite everything, it will be live across the BBC - on TV, radio, and online.

The groups:

• Group A: Switzerland, Italy, Turkey, and Wales
• Group B: Belgium, Russia, Denmark, and Finland
• Group C: Ukraine, Netherlands, Austria, and North Macedonia
• Group D: England, Czech Republic, Croatia, and Scotland
• Group E: Spain, Sweden, Poland, and Slovakia
• Group F: Portugal, France, Germany, and Hungary

The Group of Death

Hungary is lucky to play together in Group F with the strongest rivals of Europe: world champions France, Portugal, who won the previous Euro tournament, and Germany, who won the previous World Cup.
It is the second time in the history of football when the world and European champs are meeting in such a major tournament in the group stage – the first was Euro 1992 when Germany lost to the Netherlands.
Germany, the 2014 World Cup winner, will host the three group games of them in Munich and the other matches in Budapest.

**Matches Venues **

  1. Glasgow (Hampden Park, capacity 51,000) will host 3 group games and 1 last-16 game.
  2. Dublin (Dublin Arena, capacity: 51,000 seats) will host 3 group games and 1 last-16 game.
  3. London (Wembley, capacity: 90,000 seats) will host the final game, 2 semi-finals, 1 last-16 game, and 3 group games.
  4. Bilbao (San Mames, capacity: 53,000 seats) will host 3 group games and 1 last-16 game.
  5. Amsterdam (Johan Cruyff Arena, capacity: 54,000 seats) will host 3 group games and 1 last-16 game.
  6. Copenhagen (Parken Stadium, capacity: 38,000 seats) will host 3 group games and 1 last-16 game.
  7. Munich (Football Arena Munich, capacity: 70,000 seats) will host 3 group games and 1 quarter-final.
  8. Rome (Stadio Olimpico, capacity: 68,000 seats) will host 3 group games and 1 quarter-final.
  9. Budapest (Puskas Arena, capacity: 68,000 seats) will host 3 group games and 1 last-16 game.
  10. St Petersburg (Krestovsky Stadium, capacity: 61,000 seats) will host 3 group games and 1 quarter-final.
  11. Bucharest (Arena Nationala, capacity: 54,000 seats) will host 3 group games and 1 last-16 game.
  12. Baku (Olympic Stadium, capacity: 69,000 seats) will host 3 group games and 1 quarter-final.