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UEFA Euro 2020 bracket, schedule, dwell stream: England-Germany, Belgium-Portugal, Spain-Croatia in final 16

The UEFA Euro 2020 knockout stage is right here and the street to the semifinals and closing at Wembley Stadium in England is starting to take form. Europe’s high competitors rolls on as 16 groups battle for the subsequent two weeks for the fitting to be topped the kings of the continent. 

Portugal, the reigning champion after surprisingly profitable the competitors again in 2016 in France, survived the group of demise and may have a matchup set with 2018 FIFA World Cup third-place finisher Belgium, led by Romelu Lukaku and Kevin De Bruyne. France, champions of that 2018 World Cup, will sq. off towards Switzerland. Gareth Southgate’s England squad may have a tricky check towards Joachim Low’s Germany whereas Netherlands get Czech Republic, Spain get Croatia and Italy get Austria. 

So who do you have got making it to the ultimate? Under you will discover the schedule and kickoff instances for each match within the knockout stage. As a reminder: If the match ends in a tie after 90 minutes, we go to 2 extra-periods, and if it stays leveled, then it is off to a penalty-kick shootout. You possibly can watch each single match of the competitors through fuboTV (Attempt without cost). 

(All instances U.S./Japanese)

Spherical of 16

Saturday, June 26
Wales vs. Denmark, 12 p.m.
Italy vs. Austria, 3 p.m.

Sunday, June 27
Netherlands vs. Czech Republic, 12 p.m.
Belgium vs. Portugal, 3 p.m.

Monday, June 28
Croatia vs. Spain, 12 p.m.
France vs. Switzerland, 3 p.m.

Tuesday, June 29
England vs. Germany, 12 p.m.
Sweden vs. Ukraine, 3 p.m.

Quarterfinals

Friday, July 2
France/Switzerland vs. Croatia/Spain, 12 p.m.
Belgium/Portugal vs. Italy/Austria, 3 p.m.

Saturday, July 3
Netherlands/Czech Republic vs. Wales/Denmark, 12 p.m.
Sweden/Ukraine vs. England/Germany, 3 p.m.

Semifinals

Tuesday, July 6
Winner of QF 2 vs. Winner of QF 1, 3 p.m.

Wednesday, July 7
Winner of QF 4 vs. Winner of QF 3, 3 p.m.

Closing

Sunday, July 11
Winner of SF 1 vs. Winner of SF 2, 3 p.m. ET

Group stage outcomes

June 12
Turkey 0, Italy 3 

June 13
Wales 1, Switzerland 1
Denmark 0, Finland 1
Belgium 3, Russia 0 

June 14
England 1, Croatia 0 
Austria 3, North Macedonia 1 
Netherlands 3, Ukraine 2

June 15
Scotland 0, Czech Republic 2
Poland 1, Slovakia 2
Spain 0, Sweden 0 

June 16
Hungary 0, Portugal 3 
France 1, Germany 0

Matchday 2

June 16
Finland 0, Russia 1
Turkey 0, Wales 2
Italy 3, Switzerland 0 

June 17
Ukraine 2, North Macedonia 1
Denmark 1, Belgium 2
Netherlands 2, Austria 0 

June 18
Sweden 1, Slovakia 0
Croatia 1, Czech Republic 1 
England 0, Scotland 0

June 19
Hungary 1, France 1 
Portugal 2, Germany 4
Spain 1, Poland 1

Matchday 3

June 20
Italy 1, Wales 0 
Switzerland 3, Turkey 1

June 21
North Macedonia 0, Netherlands 3
Ukraine 0, Austria 1
Finland 0, Belgium 2
Russia 1, Denmark 4

June 22
Croatia 3, Scotland 1
Czech Republic 0, England 1

June 23
Slovakia 0, Spain 5
Sweden 3, Poland 2
Portugal 2, France 2
Germany 2, Hungary 2

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