Who plays against whom, and when? Which teams play in which team? When does the game start after German time? Here you can find the complete EM 2021 schedule with fields for group division, game dates, German kick-off times and winners, results and entry into table positions. Also: We also collected the most important EM facts of the regulatory schedule for you.
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The 2020 UEFA European Football Championship has been postponed to 2021 due to a corona infection. A total of 24 nations will compete against each other from June 11 to July 11 in the battle for the coveted trophy. The current title holder and current champion is Portugal. It is played all over Europe. According to German national coach Joachim Joachim Lowe, this will be his last match with the DFP-Elf.
European Championship Schedule 2021: When does the European Championship begin?
Turkey and Italy will play in the opening match of the 2021 European Championship. In Friday, June 11th The first Group A fight starts at 9pm (CET) at the Stadio Olympics in Rome.
When will the final of EM 2021 take place?
The climax of the match will take place July 11 instead. The 2021 European Champions League finals will be played at the venerable Wembley Stadium in London, the national stadium of the English national football team, starting at 9pm (CET).
European Championship Schedule 2021: Who is in Germany’s squad?
The German national team caught a real hammer team. The As a result, national coach Jockey Lowe’s DFP team starts the match with a real bang. On Tuesday, June 15, the German team will face the world champion France Compete. The kick-off is at 9pm at the Alliance Arena, home to FC Bayern Munich.
The second match will take place four days later, on June 19 (Saturday) against the European champions Portugal instead. Kick-off at Alliance Arena at 6 p.m. The last of three team games against Hungary It will finally kick off on Wednesday 23rd June at 9pm. This game will be played in Munich again.
All Groups EM 2021 at a glance:
- Group A: Italy, Turkey, Switzerland, Wales
- Group B: Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Russia
- Group C: Austria, Netherlands, Northern Macedonia, Ukraine
- Group D: Croatia, Czech Republic, England, Scotland
- Group E: Poland, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden
- Group F: France, Germany, Hungary, Portugal
German national team E.M.
|Manuel Neuer||35||FC Bayern Munich|
|Bernd Leno||29||FC Arsenal|
|Kevin Trop||30||Eintrach Frankfurt|
|Emre Kane||27||Borussia Dortmund|
|Matthias Zinder||27||Borussia Monchengladbach|
|Nicholas Sole||25||FC Bayern Munich|
|Lucas Glosterman||25||R.P. Leipzig|
|Robin Koch||24||Leeds United|
|Christian Thug||28||Sk Freiberg|
|Marcel Holstenberg||29||R.P. Leipzig|
Midfield and storm
|Joshua Kimmich||26||FC Bayern Munich|
|Ilke Kundokan||30||City of Manchester|
|Tony Cruise||31||Real Madrid|
|Serge Knabri||25||FC Bayern Munich|
|Leroy Sane||25||FC Bayern Munich|
|Thomas Mல்லller||31||FC Bayern Munich|
|Jamal Musiyala||18||FC Bayern Munich|
|Florian Newhouse||24||Borussia Monchengladbach|
|Kevin Valent||28||A.S. Monaco|
|Jonas Hoffman||28||Borussia Monchengladbach|
|Guy Howards||21||FC Chelsea|
|Leon Goretzka||26||FC Bayern Munich|
|Timo Werner||25||FC Chelsea|
Where will EM 2021 take place?
The European Football Championship lives up to its name. In the final round, a total of 51 games will be played at eleven different venues. Ten stadiums are located on European soil and one on the Asian continent.
Two Semi-finals and European Championship final Will be held at Wembley Stadium in London. Three team matches and a quarterfinal will be played at the Alliance Stadium in Munich. Places in Dublin (Ireland) and Bilbao (Spain) were canceled by UEFA because visitors were not guaranteed there.
EM forums at a glance:
- London (Wembley Stadium)
- பாகு (Baku National Stadium)
- Munich (Alliance Arena)
- Rome (Olympiastadian)
- Glasgow (Hampton Park)
- St. Petersburg (Krestovsky-Stadion)
- Copenhagen (Park)
- Sevilla (Olympiastadian)
- Amsterdam (Johann Groof-Arena)
- Budapest (Buscus-Arena)
- Bucharest (National Stadium)
EM 2021 on TV: Where will the games be broadcast?
Not all European Championships are televised in Germany. Public broadcasters ZDF and ARD Have a subsidiary license from the person who made the payment MagentaTV Completion. This means that ten of the 51 games – without German participation – can be viewed exclusively on MagentaTV.
The Preliminary round matches of the German team Runs on ZDF (June 15 against France; June 23 against Hungary) and ARD (June 19 against Portugal). The TV experts Per Mertsecker, Bastian Schweinsteiger and Thomas Brooch.
On the other hand, visitors from Austria and Switzerland do not have to expect big changes. All games can be played here for free on public broadcasters ORF and SRF.
The most important dates of EM 2021 at a glance:
- Preliminary round games: June 11 to June 23
- Round of 16 games: AF 1, June 26, 6pm – AF 2, June 26, 9pm – AF 3, June 27, 6pm – AF 4, June 27, 9pm – AF 5, June 28, 6pm – AF 6, June 28 , 9pm – AF7, June 29, 6pm – AF8, June 29, 9pm
- Quarter final: VF1, July 2, 6 p.m. – VF2, July 2, 9 p.m. – VF3, July 3, 6 p.m. – VF4, July 3, 9 p.m.
- Semi-final: HF 1, July 6, 9 pm – HF 2, July 7, 9 pm
- Final: July 11, 9 p.m.
How many times did Germany win the European Championship?
Four-time world champions Germany (1954, 1974, 1990 and 2014) are in total Three-time European Championship Won. 1972 Germany took a 1-0 lead, 3-0 against the Soviet Union.
Eight years later 1980, Following the second European Championship title. Germany won 1-1 against Belgium 2-1. Can win the third and last European Championship title so far 1996 Against the Czech Republic. After a 1: 1 score, it went into extra time, with Germany eventually winning 2: 1.
Even the FIFA Confederations Cup Federation Cup Called, won the DFB-Elf 2017. Germany won 1-0 against Chile. Portugal finished third.
Who has won the most European Championship titles?
Achievers of the European Championship Germany and Spain Each of the three championships was won. France won two European Championships. Portugal, Greece, Denmark, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic (ČSSR), Italy and the Soviet Union each have won one European Championship.
Who won the first European Championship?
The first European Championship was held in 1960 in France. July 10, then Soviet Union Celebrate a 2-1 victory over Yugoslavia after extra time at the Parc des Princes in Paris. After 90 minutes the score was 1: 1.
Who is the highest scorer in European Championship?
In the all-time high-scoring list of the European Championships, two football legends share first place – yet. The Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo, Currently under contract with Italian record champions Juventus Turin Franசோois Michael Franசois Platini, Who played for Turin long before the end of his career, is top of the table with nine goals each.
Platini only needed five games for his new goals and despite averaging 1.80 goals per game, Ronaldo has played in 21 games so far and is averaging 0.43. Advantage of the Portuguese: In Euro 2021 he will try to reach the goal again and be able to top the list with the highest score of all time.
The top two Germans among the record holders are in the eleventh place shared. Mario Gomez and Jர்கrgen Klinsmann He has scored five goals for the German national team in 13 games.
Who holds the record of European Championship?
Has the most international competition in the European Championship Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo Under his belt. The striker ran 21 times for the current European champions. In second place is again a German: Bastian Schweinsteiger. He played in 18 European Championship games for the 2014 World Champions DFB.
The Italian follows in third place Gianluigi Buffon With a total of 17 games. Ronaldo and Buffon are still active, while Schweinsteiger has already finished his football career.
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