This summer the nation will be watching as 24 teams play to become the champions of Euro2020!
This year will celebrate 60 years of the tournament with 51 matches played over 31 days.
For the first time ever, the European Championship will be played in more than two countries. UEFA EURO 2020 is spread across 12 host cities, with most teams playing their group stage games at more than one venue.
The decision to expand the European Championship to span the continent instead of being confined to one or two host nations was made by UEFA's Executive Committee in 2012 as a way to mark the 60th anniversary of the tournament.
FIFA President Gianni Infantino, who was then UEFA General Secretary, explained that "instead of having a party in one country, we will have a party all over Europe in the summer of 2020."
- Amsterdam: Johan Cruijff ArenA
- Baku: Baku Olympic Stadium
- Bilbao: San Mamés Stadium
- Bucharest: National Arena Bucharest
- Budapest: Puskás Aréna
- Copenhagen: Parken Stadium
- Dublin: Dublin Arena
- Glasgow: Hampden Park
- London: Wembley Stadium
- Munich: Football Arena Munich
- Rome: Stadio Olimpico
- Saint Petersburg: Saint Petersburg Stadium
Turkey v Italy kicks off the tournament on 12th June in Rome, and the final is being played at Wembley Stadium on Sunday 12th July.
France will go into the tournament firm favourites after winning the 2018 World Cup in Russia
The country with the most success in the Euros is Germany, having won three times and been runners up three times.
England and Wales have never made it further than the semi-finals, whilst Scotland and Northern Ireland have never made it further than the group stage.
One of the most debated Euro 2020 interesting facts in football circles is the introduction of the video assistant referee (VAR) system for the first time.
England and Wales have never progressed further than the semi-finals, while Scotland and Northern Ireland have never reached the knockout stage.
You can watch the games on TV; the BBC and ITV are sharing coverage of the games.
Print our Tournament Chart HERE and complete as the games are played.
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