Euro 2020i

The 2020 European Championship is an international football tournament delayed until 2021 because of the coronavirus pandemic, featuring 24 national teams from Europe in six groups of four, with 16 teams to qualify for the knockout stages. 

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England may have heartbreakingly missed out on the Euro 2020 trophy, but there’s one title they can’t lose – the tournament’s most valuable squad – but which individual player takes home the most dough?

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Three Lions fans expecting Euro 96 song to finally come true in first final in 55 years at Wembley on Sunday but Fiorentina joke that Calcio Storico predates the modern game invented in England.


English fans are rejoicing at a chance for the team to bring home a major trophy for the first time since winning the 1966 World Cup on home soil.

The Azzurri will face England or Denmark in Sunday’s European Championship final after Jorginho converts decisive spot kick in 4-2 shoot-out victory.

Latest leaked clip appearing to show World Cup winner mocking Asian language while wearing club clothing has been widely shared since Barcelona pair issued statements.

Accusations of racism and classism as 24-year-old makes comments about ‘ugly faces’ and ‘backward language’ in leaked video of him and Barcelona teammate Antoine Griezmann in hotel.


Fourth tournament in a row that European giants face off – ‘It will be another tough match,’ says Italy coach Roberto Mancini ahead of meeting with Luis Enrique’s side.

France throw away a two-goal lead to draw 3-3 in normal time, and after a goalless extra-time, they crash out when Mbappe’s penalty is saved by Swiss keeper Yann Sommer.

Portugal’s defence of their European Championship title ends at the last-16 stage, while Czech Republic’s love affair with the continental competition goes on as they progress to quarter-finals again.

Roberto Mancini’s side are now 31 matches unbeaten, but were made to work hard for their win and had super subs Federico Chiesa and Matteo Pessina to thank.

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Italy are now unbeaten in 29 matches, having won their last 10 games without conceding a goal, and sit top of group A, guaranteed a top-two finish and last-16 berth.