The road to the semifinals and final at Wembley Stadium in London, England, continues as UEFA Euro 2020 hits the knockout phase.
The Round of 16 includes some enticing matchups. On Saturday, what has been an impressive Italy team plays against Austria. On Sunday, the Euro 2016 winners Portugal take on the third-place team from the 2018 World Cup, Belgium. On Monday, reigning World Cup winner France plays Switzerland. Then, on Tuesday, England hosts Germany at Wembley in what will be a much-hyped showdown of European heavyweights.
Here’s everything you need to know for the knockout phase of the 2020 UEFA Euro soccer tournament:
Which Euro 2020 teams qualified for the knockout phase?
Group A: Italy (winner), Switzerland (runners-up), Wales (third place)
Group B: Belgium (winner), Denmark (runners-up)
Group C: Netherlands (winner), Austria (runners-up), Ukraine (third place)
Group D: England (winner), Croatia (runners-up), Czech Republic (third place)
Group E: Sweden (winner), Spain (runners-up)
Group F: France (winner), Germany (runners-up), Portugal (third place)
What are the Euro 2020 odds?
According to BetMGM, France (+375) remains the favorites to win Euro 2020, followed by Italy (+550), England (+625), Germany (+650), Spain (+800), Netherlands (+900), Belgium (+900), Portugal (+1200), Denmark (+1800), Sweden (+5000), Croatia (+6600), Wales (+8000), Switzerland (+10000), Czech Republic (+10000), Ukraine (+10000) and Austria (+10000).
What is the Euro 2020 knockout phase schedule?
The UEFA European Championship knockout games will be broadcast on ESPN and ABC, with games available to be streamed live on ESPN+. Spanish-language broadcasts will be available on Univision and TUDN. Games also available on fuboTV.
ROUND OF 16
Saturday, June 26
Wales vs. Denmark in Amsterdam (12 p.m. ET, ESPN)
Italy vs. Austria in London (3 p.m. ET, ABC)
Sunday, June 27
Netherlands vs. Czech Republic in Budapest (12 p.m. ET, ESPN)
Belgium vs. Portugal in Seville (3 p.m. ET, ABC)
Monday, June 28
Croatia vs. Spain in Copenhagen (12 p.m. ET, ESPN)
France vs. Switzerland in Bucharest (3 p.m. ET, ESPN)
Tuesday, June 29
England vs. Germany in London (12 p.m. ET, ESPN)
Sweden vs. Ukraine in Glasgow (3 p.m. ET, ESPN)
Friday, July 2
France/Switzerland vs. Croatia/Spain in Saint Petersburg (12 p.m. ET, ESPN)
Belgium/Portugal vs. Italy/Austria in Munich (3 p.m. ET, ESPN)
Saturday, July 3
Netherlands/Czech Republic vs. Wales/Denmark in Baku (12 p.m. ET, ESPN)
Sweden/Ukraine vs. England/Germany in Rome (3 p.m. ET, ABC)
Tuesday, July 6
Wednesday, July 7
Sunday, July 11
Which countries have won the Euros?
Germany and Spain have won the most UEFA European Football Championships with three apiece. France has won the competition twice. The Czech Republic (then Czechoslovakia) Denmark, Greece, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal and the Soviet Union have one title apiece. Portugal are the reigning champions, having won Euro 2016 in France.
Previous Euro finals
2016: Portugal over France, 1-0 (won in extra time)
2012: Spain over Italy, 4-0
2008: Spain over Germany, 1-0
2004: Greece over Portugal, 1-0
2000: France over Italy, 2-1 (won on golden goal in extra time)
1996: Germany over Czech Republic, 2-1 (won on golden goal in extra time)
1992: Denmark over Germany, 2-0
1988: Netherlands over Soviet Union, 2-0
1984: France over Spain, 2-0
1980: West Germany over Belgium, 2-1
1976: Czechoslovakia over West Germany, 2-2 (Czechoslovakia won penalty shootout, 5-3)
1972: West Germany over Soviet Union, 3-0
1968: Italy over Yugoslavia, 2-0
1964: Spain over Soviet Union, 2-1
1960: Soviet Union over Yugoslavia, 2-1 (won in extra time)
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