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The biggest soccer event in Europe—the UEFA Euro 2020—will be held in several cities all over Europe from 11th June to 11th July 2021. Initially planned for 2020, it was postponed to 2021 due to the current COVID-19 pandemic. The choice of not having one single nation hosting the whole tournament is part of the celebrations for the 70 years of the European Union.
With COVID-19 still ongoing there will be travel restrictions, though these may change or be lifted anytime. The cities of Amsterdam, Baku, Bucharest, Budapest, Copenhagen, Glasgow, London, Rome and Saint Petersburg confirmed stadium capacities (around 25-50% each, but Budapest aims to 100%). Seville will have around 30%. Munich will host around 22%. There will be rules to follow due to the ongoing COVID pandemic, the situation is constantly evolving but fans will be asked to avoid contact, wear masks, keep distance, use disinfectant and so on.
If you already purchased a ticket please note that UEFA will hold a fair ballot to determine which tickets will be cancelled. In this case ticket holders will receive a refund. Please note that if you have a ticket you will be asked to enter the stadium according to time slots set up in oder to avoid large crowds.
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The first round (group stage) will see the 24 teams divided into 6 groups of 4 teams.
Round of 16 & Quarter-finals (QF) & Semi-finals (SF)
UEFA Festival is a series of events and activities that will take place in host cities throughout the tournament. UEFA has crated a smartphone app which has features like live coverage of every match, latest team and competition news, as well as interactive maps and heads-up about the hosting cities and much more.