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    Watch All UEFA Euro 2020 matches Live Stream right here, UEFA Euro 2020 – previously known as European Football Championship – cuts across European countries to bring together all member national teams of the continent. The final of 2016 between France and Portugal alone earned the title of “the second most-viewed football tournament” with 284 million viewers in European tournament history. Starting with 8 teams, the tournament now hosts 55 out of which 24 qualify for the final round of the game.

    The process to determine finalists was simpler when team numbers used to be small. However, now with subsequent tournaments and a consequent increase in the number of teams, the competition has become fiercer and much harder. For anyone team to qualify for the finals, ranking based on previous performances is recorded, that is, taking the average points per game. Although the host country team/teams automatically qualify for the splendid series of play, all teams remain anxious to perform well through the four years, particularly at FIFA World Cup. The 24 teams are divided into 6 groups of 4 in the final round to play in a league format. The winner and runner-up of each group progress to the next round where 2 teams play each other to knock out others. The same happens in subsequent rounds until two final teams are determined to play to win the tournament.

    This year, 20 teams have made their spot in the finals with 4 remaining still. The qualified teams include Turkey, Italy, Wales, Switzerland, Denmark, Finland, Belgium, Russia, Netherlands, Ukraine, Austria England, Croatia, Czech Republic, Spain, Sweden, Poland, Portugal, France, and Germany. The four positions that remain to be occupied will be filled based on the winners emerging from the playoffs on 26th and 31st March 2020. The teams playing these games will be those emerging from being the best performers at the UEFA Nations League. After these playoffs, the finals will begin on 12th June 2020 with the grand final on 12th July 2020.

    The schedule of the game is divided into the “group stage,” the “knockout phase,” the “semi-finals” and the “final.” 

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    GROUP STAGE (Central European Time)

    Friday 12 June
    Group A: Turkey v Italy (21:00, Rome)

    Saturday 13 June
    Group A: Wales v Switzerland (15:00, Baku)
    Group B: Denmark v Finland (18:00, Copenhagen)
    Group B: Belgium v Russia (21:00, St Petersburg)

    Sunday 14 June
    Group D: England v Croatia (15:00, London)
    Group C: Austria v Play-off winner D or A (18:00, Bucharest)
    Group C: Netherlands v Ukraine (21:00, Amsterdam)

    Monday 15 June
    Group D: Play-off winner C v Czech Republic (15:00, Glasgow)
    Group E: Poland v Play-off winner B (18:00, Dublin)
    Group E: Spain v Sweden (21:00, Bilbao)

    Tuesday 16 June
    Group F: Play-off winner A or D v Portugal (18:00, Budapest)
    Group F: France v Germany (21:00, Munich)

    Wednesday 17 June
    Group B: Finland v Russia (15:00, St Petersburg)
    Group A: Turkey v Wales (18:00, Baku)
    Group A: Italy v Switzerland (21:00, Rome)

    Thursday 18 June
    Group C: Ukraine v Play-off winner D or A (15:00, Bucharest)
    Group B: Denmark v Belgium (18:00, Copenhagen)
    Group C: Netherlands v Austria (21:00, Amsterdam)

    Friday 19 June
    Group E: Sweden v Play-off winner B (15:00, Dublin)
    Group D: Croatia v Czech Republic (18:00, Glasgow)
    Group D: England v Play-off winner C (21:00, London)

    Saturday 20 June
    Group F: Play-off winner A or D v France (15:00, Budapest)
    Group F: Portugal v Germany (18:00, Munich)
    Group E: Spain v Poland (21:00, Bilbao)

    Sunday 21 June
    Group A: Italy v Wales (18:00, Rome)
    Group A: Switzerland v Turkey (18:00, Baku)

    Monday 22 June
    Group C: Play-off winner D or A v Netherlands (18:00, Amsterdam)
    Group C: Ukraine v Austria (18:00, Bucharest)
    Group B: Russia v Denmark (21:00, Copenhagen)
    Group B: Finland v Belgium (21:00, St Petersburg)

    Tuesday 23 June
    Group D: Czech Republic v England (21:00, London)
    Group D: Croatia v Play-off winner C (21:00, Glasgow)

    Wednesday 24 June
    Group E: Play-off winner B v Spain (18:00, Bilbao)
    Group E: Sweden v Poland (18:00, Dublin)
    Group F: Germany v Play-off winner A or D (21:00, Munich)
    Group F: Portugal v France (21:00, Budapest)

    This will be followed by the “knockout phase” where groups of 16 teams will contest head-to-head with one another. Top 2 teams of each group and 4 best second runners-up will be competing in this stage.

    KNOCKOUT STAGE (Central European Time)

    Saturday 27 June
    1: 2A v 2B (18:00, Amsterdam)
    2: 1A v 2C (21:00, London)

    Sunday 28 June
    3: 1C v 3D/E/F (18:00, Budapest)
    4: 1B v 3A/D/E/F (21:00, Bilbao)

    Monday 29 June
    5: 2D v 2E (18:00, Copenhagen)
    6: 1F v 3A/B/C (21:00, Bucharest)

    Tuesday 30 June
    7: 1D v 2F (18:00, Dublin)
    8: 1E v 3A/B/C/D (21:00, Glasgow)

    After rest days of 1st and 2nd July, the 8 winning teams from the knockout phase will progress on to the “quarter finals.”

    QUARTER FINALS (Central European Time)

    Friday 3 July
    QF1: Winner 6 v Winner 5 (18:00, St Petersburg)
    QF2: Winner 4 v Winner 2 (21:00, Munich)

    Saturday 4 July
    QF3: Winner 3 v Winner 1 (18:00, Baku)
    QF4: Winner 8 v Winner 7 (21:00, Rome)

    This will be followed by semi-finals after rest days of 5th and 6th July.

    SEMI-FINALS (Central European Time)

    Tuesday 7 July
    SF1: Winner QF2 v Winner QF1 (21:00, London)
    Wednesday 8 July
    SF2: Winner QF4 v Winner QF3 (21:00, London)

    The winners from the two semi-finals will progress finally to the ultimate battle after rest days of 9th, 10th and 11th July 2020.

    FINAL (Central European Time)

    Sunday 12 July
    Winner SF1 v Winner SF2 (21:00, London)

    At this point in time, football fans can only speculate how each already qualified team will perform in the summer. Below is a summary analysis of each of the 20 teams.

    EURO 2020 Live Stream – TEAMS

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    EURO 2020 Group A Teams

    Turkey: The team managed to surprise many as they crossed points from the world champions, France. It is a team filled with young talent with the oldest being only 25 years of age.

    Italy: Managing to win all matches in Group J, the Italians have impressed Europe with a new class of young talents.

    Wales: This is the second time after 57 years that Wales will have the chance to compete with other teams, slimming its chances to reach quarter finals. Unfortunately, the team is still defined by its failures.

    Switzerland: The team took the place of Denmark when the latter lost to Ireland, however, its performance has been hardly satisfactory. That said, the team has some experienced players so perhaps one can see them qualifying for the quarter-finals.

    EURO 2020 Group B Teams

    Denmark: Barely making it to the qualifying stage, the team has had a good reputation of winning 34 matches without defeat since October 2016. However, the fans expect more from the poor captain.

    Finland: Not winning a single game in 2016, with a change in a manager (with not much experience) the team unexpectedly started winning games and qualifying for the European Championships for the first time in history. The team might as well surprise everyone this summer.

    Belgium: A gold-star team securing 30 points out of 30, Belgium marked themselves on football history. The team has three of the premium players in the world which might just motivate them to give their best in the summer.

    Russia: The team remains unimpressive as it went through major changes like players retiring, injured, etc. One cannot attach much hope with this one!

    EURO 2020 Group C Teams

    Netherlands: With talented players coming up, the team has fared well in competing with a resilient Germany and Northern Island in the Nations League.

    Ukraine: A blend of creative players, the Ukrainian team is a hardworking and an emerging one with six wins out of eight matches. It may prove to be a challenge playing against this one.

    Austria: The team has battled against mounting pressure as it lost to Israel and Poland on home ground. The manager has been criticized for the rigid play strategy, otherwise, the team’s qualification was a piece of cake.

    EURO 2020 Group D Teams

    England: The team has had a walk in the park as far as semi-finals of the World Cup 2018 go. There are many expectations attached with this one.

    Croatia: The captain of the team has a better consistent strategy and play on a national level which will prove to be beneficial for the Croatian team in the summer. It will be nevertheless, a challenge for this one as getting to the finals was not a ferry ride.

    Czech Republic: The team hit a splendid victory with the seventh qualification in a row in European Championship. With a change in manager, the strength of the team has been able to bloom. However, the question remains whether it shall be adequate for the summer.

    EURO 2020 Group E Teams

    Spain: After a series of drama involving the exit and return of the Spanish manager, fans are in doubt whether the team will be able to make it to the quarter-finals.

    Sweden: With no shining superstars, the team manages to perform well as a collective entity. This hardworking team managed to reach the 2018 World Cup quarter-finals and even won their UEFA Nations League group. It is not coming easy for the Spanish fans!

    Poland: The squad has been refreshed with new faces after changes in managers. It is left to be seen how these fresh players perform in the summer.

    EURO 2020 Group F Teams

    Portugal: The winner of EURO 2016 – is there anything else that needs to be said?

    France: The runner-up team of EURO 2016 has depended on his experience and a strong defense. The line-up of the players remains the same as the one that won in the World Cup.

    Germany: The German team has faced dark tragedy with players being fired, retired, replaced – all in the wake of losing its place from the World Cup of 2018. Best wishes to this one in the summer.

    With the above picture painted involving 20 teams, the concern of “where to watch the tournament” remains for many football fans in this age of rising digital media. It is the blessing of this age that a platform for all sports has been created. That’s right – SkyStreamHub broadcasts all live sports channels without a single advertisement to distract you. The Hub remains up to date as new channels are added every week. One-day membership costs only 2 dollars! This streaming website will have all the matches live starting with the playoffs in March.

    How to Watch EURO 2020 LIVE STREAM?

    Below is an easy guide on how to operate SkyStreamHub once you click this link to the website: https://skystreamhubs.com/

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    1. Click “Buy Now” at the top right of the page or scroll all the way down to either “Join now” or “Join now for only $2.” And click!

    2. Don’t get confused with redirection. It is a secure procedure. With redirection, a page with different membership packages will pop up. This membership form page will allow you the freedom to choose your desired packages. They are mind-boggling!

    3. After selecting your package, staying on the same page, fill in your details to sign up for SkyStreamHub.

    4. Proceed to the bottom of the page and click “next.”

    5. You will be directed again to fill in your card details. Hit “Subscribe and Pay”

    Congratulations! You can now enjoy your game any time and any place as SkyStreamHub plays on the following electronic devices: Smart Television, smartphone, tablet, laptop, any streaming device. EURO 2020, here we come!

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